by Emmy Favilla
activist Larry Kramer’s The Tragedy of Today’s Gays (Tarcher, $9.95).
This well-edited speech scorns homos for trading their futures—and
civil rights—for crystal meth and unsafe sex.
Divabetic duds, all you diabetic divas (many with HIV and hep C), to
show off your fine stuff. Slip into this mischievous tee at
the popular-with-straight-HIVers Positive Connections cruise. Spend
October 15–21 floating from Florida to the Bahamas with friends, family
and a boatload of pozzies. Book by August 1 at
Elton John at his July 4 Philadelphia Freedom Concert and Ball, an AIDS
gala aiming to raise $2 million. Bryan Adams, Patti LaBelle and
original honky cat, Walter Cronkite, are also lined up. The concert is
free. Snag VIP seats at phillyfreedom.net. —Emmy Favilla