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Justin Blake (50) interviews his friend Robert "Rob" Levy (62) about how he learned about AIDS, his time on Fire Island, and how the AIDS epidemic changed his life and the community on Fire Island.
Stephen "Steve" Foster (74) is interviewed by his husband, Russell Saray (62), about his experiences caring for a partner who passed from AIDS, living during the height of the AIDS epidemic, and being a community member of Fire Island Pines.
Friends Kris Grae (56) and Gil Neary (64) discuss their experience on Fire Island during the HIV/AIDS epidemic, how they dealt with loss and grief, and how they would like to be remembered.
Bill Goldstein (61) interviews his friend Richard Burns (66) on his experiences during the AIDS epidemic having been apart of several advocacy, legal, and political groups providing protections to the queer community.
Charles Montorio-Archer (48) interviews his friend Nick Accardi (58), the former restaurant owner of Cola's in Chelsea, about his experience in the gay community during the AIDS epidemic and his relationship to Fire Island Pines.
Crayton Robey (50) interviews his friend Tom Ciano (66) about his experience during the AIDS epidemic, being a caretaker to his partner Tom Morgan and their relationship to Fire Island Pines.
Eric Sawyer (67) speaks with his friend Lee Smith (34) about his relationship to Fire Island particularly during the AIDS epidemic. Eric shares about his activism with ACT UP and Housing Works to raise awareness and care for those who...
Friends Ward Auerbach (78), James "Jim" Pepper (77), and William "Bill" Mattle (54) talk about being residents of the Fire Island Pines through the AIDS crisis. They reflect about loss, organizing, and about the work being done by younger people...
Justin Blake (50) interviews his friend Jay Pagano (76) about how the HIV/AIDS epidemic developed on Fire Island. Jay describes how the disease moved from something he read about to something that touched his life. He talks about the loved...
Crayton Robey (50) interviews his partner, Ed Shaulhafer (69), about his experience training to become a doctor during the AIDS epidemic. Ed also talks about his relationship to Fire Island throughout the years.
Don Millinger (66) and his husband, Gary Clinton (70), remember their first visit to Fire Island Pines, discuss learning about AIDS, and share memories of loved ones they lost throughout the epidemic. The pair also reflect on how Fire Island...
Crayton Robey [no age given] interviews his friend Christopher "Chris" Lovito (61) about his experience on Fire Island from the 1970s until now. Chris talks about the various jobs he held on Fire Island, his experience during the AIDS epidemic,...
Eric Sawyer (67) interviews his friend Hernando Cortez (56) about his experience on Fire Island during the HIV/AIDS pandemic, his activism with Dancers Responding to AIDS, and how he would like to be remembered.
Jay Pagano (76) interviews his friend Tom Bianchi (76) on how the AIDS epidemic affected his life: his relationships, his career, and his work as an artist. Tom talks about his experience on Fire Island.
Jon Barrett (52) interviews new friend Douglas "Doug" Harris (70) about his experience on Fire Island during the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Douglas talks about what it was and is like to be a part of the Fire Island community as a...
Nathan "Nate" Pinsley (36) interviews his friend Patricia "Patty" Rosado (66) about her time on Fire Island during the AIDS epidemic.
Antonio Haynes (37) interviews his friend Richard Winger (67) about his experience of the AIDS epidemic on Fire Island. Richard says he feels like Fire Island lost an entire generation of men and discusses what the community was like in...
Crayton Robey (50) interviews new friend Kyle Merker (60) about Kyle's experience living and working on Fire Island through the AIDS crisis. Kyle remembers friends that he lost, talks about his time caring for AIDS patients as a candy striper,...
Hari Nef (29) interviews their conversation partner, Drag Queen Thom "Panzi" Hansen (68), about the intersectionality of their drag career in the Cherry Groove and Fire Island Pines community along with their experiences during the AIDS epidemic.
Bill Van Parys (61) interviews his friend R. "Scott" Bromley about (83) about his experience visiting and living on Fire Island, especially during the AIDS epidemic. Scott also shares his love for the Pines and the Pines community.