A political ploy is also a sensible drug reform.
Dan Savage advises a monogamously inclined unicorn, a gay guy with a shady past, and a reader attracted to twentysomethings with cochlear implants.
Kelvin “Shorty” Wallace has been given one more chance to beat a two-decade heroin addiction.
A veterinary drug mixed with cocaine is causing ghastly side effects.
I generally don’t agree with the advice you give, but I need help and I can’t talk to my friends. About two months ago I broke off a relationship with a guy I had been seeing for about seven years. I’m only 24 years old, and I needed to explore other fish in the sea. […]
The phone is no friend to Curt Kirkwood. Too often the tidings it bears are foul. He calls them “incomings from Tempe.” They go like this: Your brother’s wife overdosed this morning; she’s dead. Your brother got busted again last night, and he told the cops he was you. Your brother showed up at my […]
Many young Chicago theater companies hope to compensate for deficiencies in acting and directing with brash, experimental styles. But Pentimento Pictures is not one of them. The members of this spin-off of Theatre of the Reconstruction have the wisdom and maturity to avoid all that. Their deft rendition of Tennessee Williams’s perfectly constructed short play, […]