- 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.