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10.02.2014 | 121 days ago | Posted at 04:23 PM
By Lisa Kaiser
AIDS Walk Wisconsin will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a very special honorary chair—Tim Gunn, Project Runway’s mentor extraordinaire.  Tim Gunn’s a busy man. He’s promoting PR’s 13th season, just completed a manuscript on his life as an educator, collaborated—again—with First Lady Michelle Obama on a teen design fair and moderated a discussion at the National Archives on...
Monday, Aug. 18, 2014
I’ve always been considered one of Wisconsin’s top fashionistas. OK, well, I’m a top fashion diva in West Allis. Cudahy? How about my trailer park? Regardless of where I strut my insatiable stuff, fashion comes naturally to me. From my feathered hat to my jelly shoes, I consistently think outside the shoebox
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012

Plus: Hero of the Week

 Recent medical breakthroughs have increased the life expectancy and quality of life for patients with HIV and AIDS, but the epidemic is far from over. New HIV infections in Wisconsin are up 19% this year, and those patients...
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
“Life Lived Large,” through June 30 at Tory Folliard Gallery in the Third Ward, features a feast of paintings and sculptures by Wisconsin's Lon Michels, who arrived June 2, supported by a pre-exhibition documentary film detailing his search...
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009

The battle against HIV turns a new page

Medical treatments for HIV and AIDS have advanced to the point where patients are now leading longer, healthier lives than ever before, with some patients living more than 25 years after being diagnosed. The flip side of that good news is that with AIDS out of the headlines, young, at-risk populations...