DJ Paulo makes Jungle dance for Peach Party main event

DJ Paulo makes Jungle dance for Peach Party main event

DJ Paulo returned to Atlanta to once again headline Peach Party, delivering a Saturday night set worthy of the main event for the weekend-long summer celebration.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

All the work you did this week earned you a treat. Shove your hand deep into the LGBT Atlanta goodie bag and come up with gay events that reward you with shows, soirees and summits.    READ MORE »

Hundreds of jocks show their Pride with Piedmont Park run
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Hundreds of jocks show their Pride with Piedmont Park run

Hundreds of people ran, jogged, pushed strollers and powered walked through the 27th Annual Atlanta Pride Run & Walk on Saturday along a route that wound its way through Piedmont Park in Midtown.    READ MORE »

Anti-LGBT Karen Handel defeats Jon Ossoff in Georgia 6th

Anti-LGBT Karen Handel defeats Jon Ossoff in Georgia 6th

Karen Handel – who doubled-down on her anti-LGBT views in the closing days of her campaign – dispatched Jon Ossoff on Tuesday to win a metro Atlanta Congressional seat in the most expensive House race in U.S. history.    READ MORE »

Naysha Lopez brings ‘Drag Race’ talents to Burkhart’s

Naysha Lopez brings ‘Drag Race’ talents to Burkhart’s

Burkhart's amped up its Femme Fatale cast on Friday by adding the drag talents of "RuPaul's Drag Race" competitor Naysha Lopez.    READ MORE »

DJ Phil B opens Peach Party weekend at Heretic

DJ Phil B opens Peach Party weekend at Heretic

DJ Phil B powered opening night of Peach Party, kicking off a three-night summer celebration with a set at Heretic on Friday.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality honors its heroes during gala dinner

Georgia Equality honors its heroes during gala dinner

Georgia Equality celebrated its donors, supporters and heroes during the upscale 13th Annual Evening for Equality on Saturday in Buckhead.    READ MORE »

Karen Handel doubles-down on opposing gay adoptions

Karen Handel doubles-down on opposing gay adoptions

Karen Handel started her campaign for Georgia's 6th Congressional District espousing a newfound 'compassion' for LGBT people. Turns out it's nothing more than a polite way to wrap up her years-old anti-LGBT views.    READ MORE »

Barry Loudermilk uses same angry rhetoric he blames for GOP shooting

Barry Loudermilk uses same angry rhetoric he blames for GOP shooting

A Georgia Congressman who blamed the shooting at a GOP event on the harsh tone of political debate has a history of using heated rhetoric to condemn LGBT people and cozies up to supporters who do the same.    READ MORE »

Xion, Peach Party ready for big weekend despite hurdles

Xion, Peach Party ready for big weekend despite hurdles

An anonymous tip led Atlanta police to shut down Xion, but the organizer of the after-hours party said it returns this weekend as part of the popular Peach Party celebration.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Peach Party Weekend is just the tip of the gay Atlanta events iceberg. Check out the full scope of our Gay Agenda calendar for all the gatherings of gay gaggles getting their weekend on.    READ MORE »

Yelp names Woofs one of best gay bars in America
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Yelp names Woofs one of best gay bars in America

The daddies, bears and jocks of Woofs just earned a special place in gay Atlanta nightlife. The sports bar on Piedmont Road was named among the best 50 gay bars in the U.S.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmaker says WABE, Atlanta police berated her

LGBTQ lawmaker says WABE, Atlanta police berated her

State Rep. Park Cannon – one of four LGBTQ lawmakers in Georgia – says she was berated and blocked from exiting a room by Atlanta police and WABE officials when she tried to introduce herself to Congressional candidate Karen Handel.    READ MORE »

Jon Ossoff tells LGBT families he’ll be their ‘staunch defender’

Jon Ossoff tells LGBT families he’ll be their ‘staunch defender’

Matt and Barry Levesque trust Jon Ossoff to fight for people like them in the political arena.    READ MORE »

Atlanta to permanently install rainbow crosswalks in Midtown

Atlanta to permanently install rainbow crosswalks in Midtown

Mayor Kasim Reed announced on Monday – the first anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting -- that the city will install rainbow crosswalks at the intersection of Piedmont Avenue and 10th Street. Permanently.    READ MORE »

Big crowd rallies for LGBTQ rights at Atlanta Equality March
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Big crowd rallies for LGBTQ rights at Atlanta Equality March

A diverse crowd of hundreds – if not more than a thousand – LGBTQ Atlantans rallied and marched in Midtown on Sunday, calling for equality while also commemorating the 49 people killed in the Pulse massacre.    READ MORE »

Jon Ossoff ‘forcefully’ stands with LGBT Atlanta at Equality March

Jon Ossoff ‘forcefully’ stands with LGBT Atlanta at Equality March

Jon Ossoff, locked in a tight race for Georgia's 6th Congressional seat, pledged to stand 'publicly and forcefully' with LGBT people on Sunday as hundreds took part in the Atlanta Equality March.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Dream’s Angel McCoughtry opens ice cream shop

Atlanta Dream’s Angel McCoughtry opens ice cream shop

WNBA All-Star and Olympian Angel McCoughtry isn't delighting fans on the court – she's sitting this Atlanta Dream season out – but she's taking supporters to their happy place off the court. One scoop at a time.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Summer’s here and the time is right for dancing in the streets. From Stonewall Month to Pulse commemorations to all-night gay parties, LGBT happenings take you all the way through Monday.    READ MORE »

LGBT ally, non-profit leader running for Atlanta City Council

LGBT ally, non-profit leader running for Atlanta City Council

Educator and non-profit leader Matt Westmoreland – also an elected member of the Atlanta Board of Education – has set his sights on winning a seat on the Atlanta City Council to continue building an 'equitable, inclusive and diverse city.'    READ MORE »

 
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