This week, the first organized opposition to Florida's looming vote on legalized marijuana has set up shop in Tampa, thanks to a six-figure donation from GOP power player Mel Sembler. To front his new anti-pot PAC, Sembler chose Carlton Turner, a former drug czar for President Ronald Reagan. Unfor ... More >>
What time is it? Booty Time! What time is it? Booty, booty time! But you better wrap it up before you have some fun, according to Miami hip-hop icon, community activist, and alternative weekly columnist Luther Campbell. As part of an endorsement deal with New York-based b Condoms, Uncle Luke is gi ... More >>
DJ Paris Hilton is super sorry, you guys. Yesterday, she pissed off a bunch of Dorothy's friends by makings some rude and insensitive comments about the gay community. She didn't mean it, though. Because she didn't know her conversation was being recorded by a cab driver. But since everyone freake ... More >>
DJ Paris Hilton, heiress extraordinaire and total role model, has taken a break from dropping beats to drop some seriously insane comments about "gay guys." Even though she seems like the type of girl who'd have a million gay friends, because she's rich and skinny, it turns out that Paris thinks th ... More >>
Last week, the porn industry voluntarily ceased production after a Miami-based male performer for the MoFos.com web network tested positive for HIV. It turns out that the initial test appears to have been a false positive, and the performer has since retested as negative. Now, the industry is bac ... More >>
Elton John in an ad for a MAC lipstick that benefits AIDS charities. Singer Elton John is just the latest in a long line of critics who have a bone to pick with Florida governor Rick Scott. Through his Elton John AIDS Foundation, the singer wrote a letter to Scott urging the governor not to make ... More >>
Fight AIDS by going out to eat tonight at any of over 20 Miami-Dade restaurants including 8 Oz. Burger Bar, The Café at Books & Books, Chef Allen's, Hakkasan, and miniBAR. They'll each be donating a portion of their proceeds for the evening to Care Resource, a South Florida non-profit commun ... More >>
"I refuse to let HIV erase my generation," Herb Sosa said last night, and then shook his head. "This is not our story." The president of Unity Coalition, a gay Latino civil rights initiative, spoke yesterday in honor of World AIDS Day. And if you were on Lincoln Road around 6 p.m., you might hav ... More >>
via Miami Herald/CorrectionsYesterday, Johnson Jamerson, an HIV-positive drifter, was sentenced to 15 years for biting a police officer after threatening to infect him with the virus. The sentence seems stiff considering the CDC says biting "is not a common way of transmitting HIV." In all r ... More >>
Postpone that TV dinner you had planned for this evening--it's time to call and make reservations at your favorite upscale restaurant.Tonight is "Dine Out and Save Lives" night, sponsored by Care Resource, South Florida's largest and oldest HIV/AIDS community health provider. Here's how it works: go ... More >>
A look at the three nastiest allegations surrounding the Heat superstar.
Octavio Campos presents a life choice
Clean as a whistle! Scarlett Johansson recently admitted to Allure magazine that she does it twice a year: "I'm not promiscuous," she said. "I get tested for HIV twice a year.... One has to be socially aware. It's part of being a decent human to be tested for STDs." I have to admit that my ... More >>
Tiffany Andretta Arieagus
The Mantra Alliance Concert and AIDS Benefit
After a lifetime of battling poverty, unemployment, and HIV, Vivian Rolon is dead at age 44
For Miami filmmaker Tag Purvis, completing his first full-length movie wasn't just a matter of going home. He also had to stay alive.
February 18 - 24, 1999
December 10 - 16, 1998
After four years and $2.5 million, Sugar Hill's housing for AIDS patients still isn't finished
Hounded by budget crises, unflattering audits, and general gripes about management, the Economic Opportunity Family Health Center circles the wagons
In recovery, out in the field, members of the Partnership to Empower Parents reach out to Miami's drug-dependent mothers
Funding cuts, allegations of fraud, and a marriage gone sour: La Liga Contra SIDA falls on hard times
Convicted eight years ago in the infamous Country Walk molestation case, Frank Fuster still maintains his innocence. Maybe now a judge will listen.