Fulton man found guilty of ‘heinous’ attack on gay couple

A jury took about 90 minutes to convict a Fulton County man of 10 felony charges for pouring a pot of boiled water on a gay couple, a crime that prosecutors called a 'violent, hateful, premeditated attack.'    READ MORE »


Ready 4 Hope preps for its big gay Atlanta party

Gay Atlanta doesn’t need a reason to party. Yet when it’s for charity, the rush to the dance floor gets frenzied. Enter Ready 4 Hope, a red hot party with a purposed this weekend.    READ MORE »


Lost N Found implodes as resignations roll in

Five board members and one of three top executives of Lost N Found resigned as the non-profit that cares for homeless LGBT youth in Atlanta implodes in the wake of demoting its executive director.    READ MORE »


New effort Thrive-ing to help black men with HIV

A support group for gay HIV-positive men of color provides a modern twist on the classic support group model, offering online support and an affirming community for its more than 500 members in Atlanta.    READ MORE »


LGBT issues key as jurors picked for anti-gay assault case

A jury was picked to hear an anti-gay assault case after attorneys sifted through a pool of 60 potential jurors – dismissing a lesbian as well as a man who called homosexuality 'disgusting.'    READ MORE »


Lost N Found board demotes beloved co-founder

The beloved co-founder that helped build from scratch a non-profit to care for homeless LGBT youth in Atlanta was demoted in a staff shakeup that has infuriated some longtime supporters of the organization.    READ MORE »


Madonna-Rama madness takes over Mary’s

When Madonna blows out her birthday candles, gay Atlanta celebrates. That was the scene on Friday at Mary’s to mark the singer’s 58th birthday.    READ MORE »


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Friends mourning death of gay Atlanta man in Lake Lanier

Friends are mourning the death of a 29-year-old gay Atlanta man, beloved basketball player and Delta flight attendant who drowned in Lake Lanier.    READ MORE »


Living Room serves gay Atlanta ‘Taste of Life’

Gay Atlanta is in for a treat on Saturday as Living Room, which provides housing for people with HIV, offers a refashioned version of its signature fundraiser. Think food, wine and fun for a cause.    READ MORE »


Fulton man pleads guilty to anti-gay attack, then withdraws it

A Fulton County man facing 30 years in prison for pouring a pot of boiling water on two young men revoked his guilty plea on Thursday and will face trial next week.    READ MORE »


Georgia teacher resigns after gay sexting student

A longtime Georgia high school teacher and church music director resigned from his job in education after the 45-year-old was caught gay sexting an 18-year-old student.    READ MORE »


The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The week of an iconic birthday brings the longest running Madonna-Rama in town, plus more plays, parties and performances than LGBT Atlanta can squeeze into its schedule – but will enjoy trying.    READ MORE »


Blake’s does Sunday Funday with a drag twist

Blake's likes to drag out its Sunday Funday, so the popular gay Atlanta spot kept the fun going this weekend until the sun went down with the help of a cast of queens.    READ MORE »


3 ways gay Atlanta is celebrating Madonna

Gay Atlanta loves some Madonna madness. And queens all over the metro wanting to celebrate the Queen of Pop turning 58 have a trio of nightlife options.    READ MORE »


Gay Atlanta man hit, kicked; accused claims self-defense

A 26-year-old gay Atlanta man said he was called anti-gay slurs and physically attacked inside a downtown Atlanta hotel, but prosecutors later refused to pursue the criminal case against the man police charged with assaulting him.    READ MORE »


Fulton settles anti-gay bullying lawsuit for $475K

A gay former employee in Fulton's troubled HIV prevention programs will receive a $475,000 payment after suing for being fired when he complained about anti-gay harassment and bullying.    READ MORE »


Power of the patio draws a Sunday crowd to Ten

The sun-drenched patio at Ten goes together with summer and Sunday Funday like drag queens and sequins. And they all work together to bring out the gay Atlanta boys.    READ MORE »


Football jocks toast summer with margarita bust

If at first you succeed, then try, try again. That was the approach of gay football jocks as they followed their jam-packed margarita bust earlier this year with another one on Saturday.    READ MORE »


Trans activist named to police oversight board

A longtime transgender activist was has worked to improve the Atlanta Police Department's treatment of LGBT citizens was named to a review board that oversees the police agency.    READ MORE »


Gay businesses safe from Cheshire wrecking ball

A cluster of gay businesses in the middle of the redevelopment surge that is sweeping through Cheshire Bridge Road will remain in place and open.    READ MORE »

 
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