By Kimiko Martinez
There’s no question that AIDS has been devastating to the LGBT community. In the 1980s, an entire generation of gay and bisexual men were affected by the epidemic.
But thanks to anti-retroviral therapies, HIV—for many people—is now a manageable chronic illness and…
By Darrel Cummings, Chief of Staff
I remember with vivid and tragic detail my experience during the first decade of the AIDS epidemic. Many others share similar memories. We were forced to battle on many fronts at the same time we were burying our young friends and trying not to be…
By Christopher Jones
Mary Zeiser isn’t your typical 24-year-old. While most people her age are busy dating, hanging out with family and friends, or building a career, the spunky L.A. native is focused on just one thing: making a difference in the quality of life for LGBT people for years…
By Nigel Campbell
The series, created by Dave O’Brien and sponsored by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian…
The name of Morrissey’s band is the Smiths, and in the past year, they’ve become the most talked-about group in Britain. Without the help of a major record company (the group is signed to the independent label Rough Trade), the Smiths have notched up three successive hit singles (“Hand in Glove,” “This Charming Man” and “What Difference Does It Make?”), while their eponymous album entered the U.K. charts at Number Two.
The Smiths released their first single “Hand in Glove” 30 years ago today.