Eight years in, the 2013 edition of Absolute! Fabulous! Gorgeous! is set to be bigger and more marvelous than ever. An annual fundraiser put on by Atlas, the service-learning arm of the Boulder County AIDS Project, Absolute! Fabulous! Gorgeous! utilizes the skills of its talented volunteer base to p ... More >>
An alleged prostitute named William Head? It's true -- and Head's arrest affidavit, on view below in its entirety, makes his surname seem wholly appropriate. But the Denver District Attorney's Office maintains that the offense of which Head has been accused can't be classified as a victimless crime ... More >>
For Gay Fantasia, opening this weekend at Naropa University's Nalanda Campus, the audience has a chance to be direct participants in the production. The piece -- which binds the last days of Harvey Milk together with the beginning of the HIV and AIDS crisis through a personal story -- is presented i ... More >>
The soon-to-be-over year of 2012 has given us savory soups, awesome appetizers, munchable main dishes and even a few scintillating smoothies. But these taste-tempting morsels and sips were sadly sullied by the emergence of some unimaginably horrific eats that Satan himself would not take a poke at w ... More >>
In 1987, ACT UP -- the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power -- was born in New York City, an activist-centered response to the growing HIV and AIDS epidemic that was largely going ignored by the American government. Through How To Survive A Plague, a documentary opening Friday, October 12 at the Denver ... More >>
Here are the stats: For the fifth year in a row, Briceson Ducharme, aka Ginger Sexton, has been in the running to be a contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race. Now, as the show heads into its fifth season, Ms. Sexton is tossing her hat in the ring for the fifth time. And she's not just tossing it -- she's ... More >>
‚ÄčThe hardest part about getting tested for HIV and AIDS often isn't the test itself -- it's the anxiety surrounding the whole experience. For the last three years, Caf√© Cultura has set out to east that tension by offering free testing in a comfortable atmosphere. In honor of National Women and G ... More >>
Update: Make that four ways: We've just received this notice from Planned Parenthood's Monica McCafferty. Due to unpredictable and incremental weather and road conditions, we are canceling this evening's candlelight vigil at the Capitol in honor of World AIDS Day. We will reschedule the ev ... More >>
Norman DillonTomorrow night, Ginger Sexton and the Sexton drag empire take over the Gothic Theatre for the second annual Apocalyptic Ball, a celebration of life and a fundraiser for the Colorado AIDS Walk. Sexton -- who by day is known as make-up artist Briceson Ducharme -- started up the va ... More >>
Even if you miss out on a Mondo t-shirt for amfAR, there are still ways to observe World AIDS Day locally. Here's how to help let the world know that HIV/AIDS isn't over, because yeah, it's not:
AfroBlu mixes things up to raise funds for AIDS in Africa.
The World Vision Experience personalizes the horror of AIDS in Africa.
The drug fuels gay parties -- but the party was almost over before Rod finally found help.
Life on the down low can be risky business.
Unblinking Beirut imagines an era when AIDS poisons intimacy.
HIV infection is soaring in the Latino population. Can El Futuro slow it down?
The Positive Project offers a human learning experience.
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It may be the thought that counts, but only donations will keep the Colorado AIDS Project out of trouble.
What to see on "A Day Without Art."
Denver researchers study how the chat room leads to the bedroom.
Patrick Gourley has seen enough death from AIDS. Now itís time for rebirth.
Powerful new AIDS-fighting drugs seem to be working. And so are the people who take them.
Colorado starts mandatory hepatitis B vaccinations for schoolkids.
Animal-rights activists want a CU scientist to stop the monkey business.
BORN TO AIDS-INFECTED DRUG USERS, THESE WERE THE BABIES NOBODY WANTED. EXCEPT MEGAN ROSS.
AS AIDS FUNDS SHRINK, SO DOES ACCESS TO A DRUG THAT COMBATS BLINDNESS.
THE NEW AIDS OFFICIAL FOR THE URBAN LEAGUE SUDDENLY QUITS.
FIREBRAND STEVE ARRINGTON, NOW IN ILL HEALTH, RECALLS THE GHOSTS OF AIDS BATTLES PAST.
A DISPUTE OVER AIDS TESTING ENSNARES A HEALTH OFFICIAL FROM COLORADO SPRINGS.
LANCE CLEM, FORMER HEAD OF THE GOVERNOR'S AIDS COUNCIL, CLAIMS A DISPUTE OVER FEDERAL FUNDS COST HIM HIS JOB.
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