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Walk for AIDS: 25 years(1)

Starting at 7:30 this Sunday morning, tens of thousands of walkers, runners, and volunteers will begin gathering by the Hatch Shell on the Boston side of the Charles River Esplanade.
Join in this Sunday. Despite significant progress, many challenges remain.
By EDITORIAL  |  June 04, 2010

WALK FOR AIDS: 25 YEARS

JOIN IN THIS SUNDAY. DESPITE SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS, MANY CHALLENGES REMAIN.
JOIN IN THIS SUNDAY. DESPITE SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS, MANY CHALLENGES REMAIN.
By  |  May 29, 2010
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Where's the outrage?

Holy hell broke loose six months ago when a self-appointed truth squad sponsored by a right-wing propagandist broadcast an Internet video that appeared to show African-American employees of ACORN counseling a white pimp and his equally Caucasian hooker o
ACORN attack tape found to be fraudulent. Plus, applause for the merger of two AIDS agencies.
By EDITORIAL  |  March 05, 2010
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Used but not abused

The Maginot Line of vintage clothing is most assuredly underwear.
Are you afflicted with mall madness? Escape the suburban mobs at these 11 incredible vintage stores
By SHARON STEEL  |  November 20, 2007
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Healey gets it wrong

First the good news: the Massachusetts State Senate and House of Representatives have voted to legalize over-the-counter pharmacy sales of hypodermic needles to those over 18 years old who provide adequate proof of their age.
By opposing needle legalization, the Republican lieutenant governor plays politics with life and death
By EDITORIAL  |  June 28, 2006
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AIDS, 25 years later

In the early 1980s, a mysterious disease was killing gay men in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Larry Kessler, a Boston social activist, knew it would soon be coming to Boston.
Still Fighting  
By JESSICA COUGHLIN  |  June 06, 2006


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Slow ride

When the members of the Massachusetts Legislature run for re-election this fall, they’ll brag about the landmark health-care-reform legislation they passed earlier this month. What they won’t mention — if they’re smart — is all the other important busine
The Massachusetts legislature’s unfinished business
By ADAM REILLY  |  April 26, 2006
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The changing face of AIDS

There’s no doubt that AIDS is a different disease than it was two decades ago. Rebecca Haag wants to make sure we’ll be able to say the same thing 20 years from now.
Now in charge of two AIDS action committees, Rebecca Haag lays out a 10-year plan
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  March 08, 2006