Meet a Who’s Who of Atlanta’s gay bar owners and managers

Meet a Who’s Who of Atlanta’s gay bar owners and managers

With the lights up and out at Jungle and the future of gay dance clubs in question, meet the people in charge of some of the most popular gay bars and clubs, and let them welcome you in their own words.    READ MORE »

10 queer things to do while you R-E-S-I-S-T

10 queer things to do while you R-E-S-I-S-T

Revolution and resistance are part and parcel of queer identity. While others learn to express non-traditional lives as opposition to the Trump regime, LGBTQ communities are already rolling with ours.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Another weekend, another packed-full Queer Agenda calendar the popping parties and people that make you pleased to participate. Step up as local LGBTQ venues roll out your red carpet.    READ MORE »

My best friend’s girlfriend is dreaming about me naked. Help!

My best friend’s girlfriend is dreaming about me naked. Help!

So your bestie has a new love, only that new love is hitting on you bigtime. Which one do you talk to first, and how? You have issues. Advice from our Life Judge can help.    READ MORE »

Jungle’s gone. Are the days of gay dance clubs just… over?

Jungle’s gone. Are the days of gay dance clubs just… over?

With the floor swept and the lights up on a new post-Jungle era, what’s next? A chat with Richard Cherskov about the demise of the club, and the future of Atlanta's LGBTQ nightlife.    READ MORE »

Meet Q magazine, the next generation of queer Atlanta media

Meet Q magazine, the next generation of queer Atlanta media

Meet the runoff candidates out for LGBTQ votes, a trans prepper resisting Trump, a Who’s Who of post-Jungle bar owners, and Q magazine, the next generation of local queer print media.    READ MORE »

Sheena Cassadine takes the All Starz crown at Friends

Sheena Cassadine takes the All Starz crown at Friends

Queens with the crowns from past New Faces Talent Contests competed against one another on Sunday during the All Starz competition at Friends.    READ MORE »

PALS does ‘Manly’ drag to raise more than $15,000

PALS does ‘Manly’ drag to raise more than $15,000

Supporters of Pets Are Loving Support slipped into their best drag on Saturday to raise big bucks for the non-profit, which cares for the pets of critically-ill people.    READ MORE »

Killer of gay Atlanta civic activist gets 35 years in prison

Killer of gay Atlanta civic activist gets 35 years in prison

The man accused of killing gay civic activist Barney Simms by gunning him down in Simms' front yard pleaded guilty on Monday and was sentenced to 35 years in prison.    READ MORE »

Jungle says goodbye to Atlanta nightlife with big closing party

Jungle says goodbye to Atlanta nightlife with big closing party

With an overflowing crowd and the beats of DJ Abel, Jungle partied through its Final Dance on Saturday – capping a years-long run as a staple of gay Atlanta nightlife.    READ MORE »

My Sister’s Room delivers the night you need on Saturdays

My Sister’s Room delivers the night you need on Saturdays

When the weekend hits, the crowd builds at My Sister's Room for a full schedule of dance parties, sports showdowns, beer busts and all femme reviews.    READ MORE »

Bearracuda celebrates with bear-rific dance party at Heretic

Bearracuda celebrates with bear-rific dance party at Heretic

Bearracuda brings the bears and the boys to Heretic and the scene was no different on Saturday as DJ Paul Goodyear helped the dance party celebrate with its last event of the year.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The end of an LGBTQ Atlanta nightlife era and a celebration of an even older one top the gay-tastic Queer Agenda calendar of socials, shows, soirees and other week-winding events.    READ MORE »

3 LGBT candidates win, 3 others in runoffs across Atlanta

3 LGBT candidates win, 3 others in runoffs across Atlanta

Three LGBT candidates won on Tuesday, giving Georgia its only transgender City Council member, while three others – Keisha Waites, Alex Wan and De’Andre Pickett – face runoffs next month.    READ MORE »

Keisha Lance Bottoms, Mary Norwood in runoff for Atlanta mayor

Keisha Lance Bottoms, Mary Norwood in runoff for Atlanta mayor

Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood – two City Council members – captured the most votes on Tuesday and will face one another in a runoff for Atlanta mayor.    READ MORE »

How John Eaves will ‘work hard’ on LGBT issues as Atlanta mayor

How John Eaves will ‘work hard’ on LGBT issues as Atlanta mayor

Through 10 years as Fulton County Commission chair, John Eaves built a lengthy track record on LGBT issues and developed support among gay voters. Now, he's pointing to that record as he runs for Atlanta mayor.    READ MORE »

How Kwanza Hall wants to help LGBT entrepreneurs as mayor

How Kwanza Hall wants to help LGBT entrepreneurs as mayor

Kwanza Hall, whose City Council district includes Midtown and several intown neighborhoods with large LGBT populations, said there's still progress to be done on LGBT issues – work he wants to continue as Atlanta mayor.    READ MORE »

How Ceasar Mitchell will be ‘vigilant’ on LGBT issues as mayor

How Ceasar Mitchell will be ‘vigilant’ on LGBT issues as mayor

Ceasar Mitchell has called for the defeat of anti-LGBT legislation, tweaked North Carolina for its anti-trans law and enjoyed LGBT support on his path to winning office as City Council president. Now he wants to continue his work on LGBT issues as Atlanta's next mayor.    READ MORE »

Keisha Waites could become Fulton’s first-ever LGBT leader

Keisha Waites could become Fulton’s first-ever LGBT leader

Keisha Waites said resigning her seat as a state lawmaker was 'bittersweet,' but after five years in the General Assembly she was ready to take that experience and run for Fulton County Commission chair.    READ MORE »

As mayor, Vincent Fort would take his LGBT advocacy to City Hall

As mayor, Vincent Fort would take his LGBT advocacy to City Hall

Vincent Fort has been fighting for LGBT and progressive causes for two decades in the Georgia Senate. Now he wants to take that advocacy – and his vision for the city – to City Hall as Atlanta's next mayor.    READ MORE »

 
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