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By PHILLIPE AND JORGE  |  October 3, 2007

The superior world
It’s not exactly a secret that the Other Paper is putting together a series of articles on the state of LGBT culture/politics/society here in the Biggest Little.
While there is ample reason to suspect that the whole project might emerge as a laughable train wreck, there is also the distinct possibility, since reporting ace Mark Arsenault is involved, it could be thoughtful and informative.
P&J hope that the Other Paper really steps up to the plate on this one.
In other news from the superior side of town, P&J are saddened to note the passing of Dr. Alvan Fisher, a pioneering physician in the treatment of HIV/AIDS, as well as an advocate and activist instrumental in the creation of AIDS Project Rhode Island. He was a true Rhode Island hero.

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