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David France

April 4, 2012 | Features
Pictures From a Battlefield

Twenty-five years ago, a group of young men and women started an organization called ACT UP to fight an enemy that, at the time, seemed almost unbeatable.

February 15, 2010
Anchor Down

How the world of the longtime Inside City Hall host imploded.

April 19, 2010 | Intelligencer
The Shrine of St. Vincent’s

The doomed hospital was ground zero for the AIDS epidemic. And now it’ll be condos?

November 9, 2009
Another Kind of AIDS Crisis

A striking number of HIV patients are living longer but getting older faster—showing early signs of dementia and bone weakness usually seen in the elderly.

June 1, 2009 | Intelligencer
Gay Samurai

Rodger McFarlane, caretaker to the end.

February 16, 2009 | Intelligencer
Wilde Times

The huge legacy of a small bookshop.

September 29, 2008 | Features
The Catskills Gas Rush

It was a weekend house—until I got a letter from the landman, telling me I was living on a huge, untapped source of natural gas. Riches beckoned. How much were my environmental principles really worth?

April 14, 2008 | Features
Another AIDS Casualty

Dr. Ramon Torres was a hero on the front lines against the epidemic for over a decade. It was when the war began to be won that he got lost.

November 5, 2007 |
Saving Justin Berry

Times business reporter Kurt Eichenwald thought he was doing a noble thing by rescuing a teen from the Internet sex trade. He didn’t know how much it would cost him.

June 25, 2007 | Features
The Science of Gaydar

If sexual orientation is biological, are the traits that make people seem gay innate, too? The new research on everything from voice pitch to hair whorl.

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