A statue of the Utah Jazz great now stands in front of Vivint Arena. Given his awful history, from statutory rape to harassing Kobe Bryant’s wife, the franchise should reconsider.
Gregg Bordowitz’s AIDS-era retrospective at MOMA-PS1 replaces myth with reality, showcasing not heroes and victory, but a record of art and activism that is exceedingly human.
Russell T. Davies’ excellent HBO Max drama, “It’s a Sin,” shows the joys of coming out in 1980s London, and then the terror of AIDS, featuring awful bigotry and harsh home truths.
Filmmaker Rachel Mason, whose Emmy-nominated Netflix documentary “Circus of Books” explores her parents’ gay porn shop, writes about why we need to respect sex workers.
Mary Fisher, who spoke about AIDS at the ’92 convention, said the 2020 GOP event is projecting “this sense that there is a magic bullet somewhere.”
As a new documentary about lyricist Howard Ashman heads to Disney+, the voices of Ariel and Belle, as well as Ashman’s life partner, recount his own magical, tragic love story.
The dire situation in Mississippi—where disease surveillance for HIV has succumbed to coronavirus chaos—could send the larger region into a death spiral.