May 13, 2008
POZ's Third Annual AIDS Walk Fundraiser
POZ is pleased to announce our third annual fundraiser for AIDS Walk New York, Love Out Loud, is Wednesday May 14 from 5:45 to 8:00 pm at Prohibition in Manhattan. Good friend to POZ, Ilene Kristen of One Life to Live is performing again this year with musical hosts, Tremors. Participation includes many local celebrities most notably, Marj Dusay, the accomplished actress who lost her son, Randall, to AIDS in 1993; Mark Dobies, who appeared in Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart; as well as tireless devotees to many charities, good hearted Amanda Baker, Melissa Claire Egan, Thorsten Kaye, and Billy Miller, of All My Children BethAnn Bonner, Kamar de los Reyes, Kristen Alden, and John-Paul Lavoisier of One Life to Live; that Optimum guy, Matt Walton; As the World Turns ' Luke, Van Hansis, who will be joined by cast mates Billy Magnussen and Wolé Parks as well as Jack Mackenroth and Kevin Christiana from Project Runway and not in the least, Law & Order: SVU's Christopher Meloni - there are few who are more generous. The event is chronicled on www.pozevent.com.
Event organizer Giovanni Vitacolonna, POZ's circulation supervisor, says, "It is very gratifying to see the response from the local celebrities who have lent their names to a cause and the response from fans who have traveled far and wide to be here."
Where: Prohibition, 503 Columbus Ave. (@ 84th) in Manhattan
When: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 5:45 to 9:00 PM
How Much: $25.00 donation at the door
More Information: www.pozevent.com
POZ is the premier lifestyle, treatment and advocacy magazine for people living with-and those affected by-HIV and AIDS. The award-winning magazine and website (poz.com) provide the most complete and expert HIV/AIDS information available in the United States. Together, the magazine and website reach more than 70 percent of all of those people living with HIV/AIDS who are aware of their status. The website provides extensive opportunity for both public and private social networking and represents one of the largest communities of openly HIV-positive people in the world. For more information, please visit www.poz.com.
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