An HIV diagnosis is no longer the death sentence it once was. With early detection and proper treatment, those infected with the virus can fight off AIDS for decades -- unless, that is, the patient happens to be in a relationship with 37-year-old Larry Dunn of Irving. Prosecutors say that Dunn murd ... More >>
Anthony Duane Horne, 25, an HIV-positive man, was charged with aggravated assault for spitting on two Dallas police officers, The Dallas Morning News and Dallas Voice reported yesterday. According to police, when a Dallas County Hospital employee tried to put a spit mask on Horne, who was being book ... More >>
The LGBT Resource Center at Texas A&M University, like its cousins at the University of Texas and the University of Houston, is an innocuous arm of school bureaucracy that offers an array of resources to gay and transgendered students. There is a guest speaker program, a lending library, networking ... More >>
At right you see former First Lady Laura Bush, cheerily painting a door at a health clinic in Zambia. The photo was taken earlier this month by a staffer at the Bush Institute, part of the press surrounding the former first couple's visit to Africa earlier this month. It's also included in today's D ... More >>
Today is World AIDS Day and just one of the ways we're observing the 30th anniversary of AIDS -- an issue important to many of us here at the Mixmaster, in the Dallas arts community, and, of course, everywhere -- is creating our own little panel on the digital (2015) Quilt, sponsored by One and (Red ... More >>
Barbara Rios/Science Photo LibraryThe number of young people in Dallas contracting HIV and AIDS is increasing, KTVT-Channel 11 reported Monday, and those young people, ages 13 to 24, now make up 25 percent of all new diagnoses. And those stats were compiled before the state decided to gut fam ... More >>
In the wake of this morning's news that Dallas County may, at long last, overturn its 13-year-old no-condom distribution policy due to the rise in number of AIDS and HIV cases, it's worth revisiting the ghosts of Christmas past. Because in April 1995, The New York Times came to town to question why ... More >>
Run a 5K to spite AIDS
Be entertained for a good cause
Let your neck breathe for charity
A shift in AIDS funding from services to drugs threatens poor patients
With The Normal Heart, Uptown Players find gentle new beats in angry drama
The effective liberal
Plus: Time To Talk; Only Rock and Roll
Plus: The Turkey Test; New Sheriff in Town
Action Jaxon (97.9 The Beat)
AIDS Outreach Center has family fun and a family fund-raiser
Join the "Evolution"
Toast the Resource Center
The latest AIDS medications give life to the dying--but what kind of life?
Fight AIDS one step at a time
Advocates say University Park paramedics shunned a man with AIDS--at an AIDS awareness rally
The paintings of John Wilcox create a tension disguised as minimalism
After his younger brother died of AIDS, Joseluis Partida dedicated his life to warning people about the disease. But the politics of being gay and Hispanic made it tougher than he ever imagined.
A convicted killer flees arrest on insurance fraud charges
October 29 - November 4, 1998
Cryptosporidium kills AIDS victims in Dallas. Who will the pathogen claim next?
The Yellow Boat sails a sweet, troubled journey
A new family of drugs may offer AIDS patients a new lease on life
In a town that knows cheerleading, folks are flipping for a relentlessly upbeat gay squad
Playwright Paul Rudnick discusses the long journey to Jeffrey