Interest group: AIDS Network

David Clarenbach sings the praises of a city and a state where anything is possible.

Jeanne Marshall chronicles how her feminism informed her decision to get involved with AIDS activism.

Jill Nebeker examines the people and elements that came together to make the AIDS Network Dental Clinic a reality.

New Our Lives editorial facilitator and Madison entertainment guru Michael Bruno catches up with actor Richard Ganoung.

Anders Zanichkowsky explores inner and outer terrains through multidisciplinary artworks.

A look at why gay bars have been added to America’s icons of equality.

Just after 6 am on Sunday, February 18, 1996, fire broke out at the Hotel Washington. Fire crews arrived at the scene at 6:28 AM, but the building was largely gutted.

Couple Dino Maniaci and Jason Hoke show your canine companions a level of care, understanding and style at Spa Woof that brings new meaning to “gone to the dogs.”

As it turns out, Wisconsin Cuisine is not actually an oxymoron.

At 19 years old, Bob Bowers became one of the first cases of HIV documented. Now, at 45, he looks back at whom he’s become after living longer with the disease than without.

Thrown into a sobering reality, in his own words Dustin Smith tells what it was like when he learned he tested positive.

New Executive Director Karen Dotson offers a comprehensive look at the emerging needs in HIV/AIDS prevention and care, and how the AIDS Network is responding to that demand.

Wisconsin AIDS Ride Coordinator Angela DuPont reflects upon her involvement with the ACT Rides and what she’ll take with her as she says goodbye.

The Nau-Ti-Gal serves up casual, waterfront dining with an emphasis on fun.

Meet Ellen Berz. As AIDS Network Board President, she shares her pride in the Network’s ability to address the ever-changing needs of clients, including the reopened food pantry.

Personal Shopper Bonnie Raimy on Dressing Scott

Anders Zanichkowsky is the hub that keeps all the many spokes of the ACT Ride wheels spinning.