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Why Rebecca Bradley's college columns do matter

Published March 8, 2016

Do Rebecca Bradley's recently reported old college columns featuring scathing comments about gays and people with AIDS matter during this race? Yes, as they point to a bigger problem with Bradley as a choice.


"Jerker" is too offensive to be effective

Published Sept. 19, 2013

I have been going to the theater for over half a century and I have never heard a play this dirty - and it never manages to transcend the raw, shocking sexuality.


"Jerker" tells tale of love in the time of AIDS

Published Sept. 12, 2013

Actors Bill Jackson and Marty McNamee, along with Boulevard Theatre's artistic director Mark Bucher, sat down with to talk about what has gone into staging and developing "Jerker," which premiered 1986 and follows the budding relationship between two men in the early years of the AIDS epidemic.


Quincy was fictional, but Jack Klugman changed medical world

Published Dec. 27, 2012

If you enjoy watching "CSI," "Bones" and "Castle," then you have "Quincy" to thank for that. If you or someone you know has taken medication to help fight ALS, muscular dystrophy, AIDS or Tourette's, well you have Jack Klugman to thank.

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