Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS

Jenny Archer packs condom kits to be distributed during OKC Pride Week. | Photo Laura Eastes

Community organizations stand up for HIV education and prevention

A 2014 Kaiser Family Foundation report shows 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV.

In the Red

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Red Tie Night, hosted by the Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund (OACF) and founded by Jackie and Barbara Cooper in 1991. Today, Red Tie Night is Oklahoma’s biggest single-evening fundraiser. At this year’s event, Gov. Mary Fallin will present the Coopers and other founding members with a commendation honoring

Operation drumstick

The idea began in 2008 when Claude Rappaport, owner of Culinary Kitchen, 7302 N. Western, wanted to put his store’s demo TurboChef oven to good use. Rappaport spoke with Clayton Bahr, a wine representative for Putnam Wines. “Claude realized he could cook a large turkey in less than an hour,” Bahr said. “We wanted to

Operation drumstick

The idea began in 2008 when Claude Rappaport, owner of Culinary Kitchen, 7302 N. Western, wanted to put his store’s demo TurboChef oven to good use. Rappaport spoke with Clayton Bahr, a wine representative for Putnam Wines. “Claude realized he could cook a large turkey in less than an hour,” Bahr said. “We wanted to

Sing out

A group of independent Oklahoma theater artists are staging a production of the musical “Falsettos” to benefit RAIN Oklahoma, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting Oklahomans living with HIV/AIDS. “Falsettos” pairs “March of the Falsettos” and “Falsettoland,” two off- Broadway musicals produced nearly a decade apart. “Falsettos” won Tony Awards for best book and musical

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