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DIED: Rod Sorge, 30, former executive director of the Harm Reduction Coalition--a private group promoting services for drug users--of AIDS-related causes, January 28 in New York City.

APPOINTED: Bruce M. Abrams, a San Diego attorney; Jane Seville, an Atlanta architect; and Beth Zemsky, a Minneapolis community organizer, to the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force board of directors; announced February 4,

APPOINTED: Sarah Pettit, former editor in chief and cofounder of Out magazine, as arts and entertainment editor of Newsweek, The February 10 announcement came one week after Out announced that Pettit's successor, James Collard, would take a three-month leave of absence.
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Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Date:Mar 16, 1999
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