Monthly Archives: May 2001

Sobering news about AIDS: … for black gay and bisexual men. The new research, released yesterday, relies on a newer blood test to identify people who have been infected only recently. The researchers found that in the six cities, black gay men ages 23 to 29 had a 14.7 percent annual rate of new infection […]

While I was looking elsewhere: … life continued apace. James recounts sixteen ways of looking at a black woman. Some of my bud Stephen Stout’s paintings will be on display in “Transformations II,” a show at m, the exhibition division of Francis Mill Gallery, 555 Sutter St., Suite 401, S.F., Calif., 94102, sponsored by S.F. […]

Anil Dash: … is reborn, and explains the whole Prince thing for those of you who haven’t been following along at home.

A moment of silence for nuance: sigh

Quote of the day: … “We are the fattest, most overweight country in the world … So it’s logical that we’d be home to contests where people brag about who can eat the most.”

Fighting words: Adrienne, Ms. million-watts-of-A.C.-power herself, has 4 out of 7 right. Dogs are better pets than cats Now, I’m a dog man. Lived in a house with a cat for a few weeks. It was OK, but you won’t catch me turning into Joe Pennant (who liked him a cat he lived with up […]

Carijama: … James went. So did Starmama. Damn, the wife and I should’ve gone.

Grenadine: … After reading this story by Hanne Blank, let’s just say I’m in the mood for a pomegranate. adds Hanne’s latest book to wish list

Rubyfruit Online: … I like what Shannon’s done with the place.

Pictures from Saturday: … at Berkeley’s Himalayan Fair in Live Oak Park, watching a lovely rendition of an Indian dance about Lord Krishna, a particularly tall ‘do that momentarily blocked my view of the stage (before its owner decided to sit down), a note about a prisoner of conscience and a booth where people were […]