Fans, friends pay tribute to E. Lynn Harris

Scores of E. Lynn Harris fans packed Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse on Sunday to pay tribute to the black gay author. Harris died of a heart attack July 23.    READ MORE »

Monday: 17 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Labor Day a little more gay, including a pool party, tennis championships and cookouts.    READ MORE »

Monday: Scott Herman’s Undergear fetish

Too busy with our junk diet of reality shows on Bravo, we missed MTV's "The Real World: Brooklyn." But it seems that at least one of the cast members has moved on and done something productive with his life.    READ MORE »

Gay candidate Keyser qualifies for Mayor’s race

Kyle Keyser, the gay activist-turned-candidate for Mayor of Atlanta, has officially qualified for the race. He filed to run at City Hall on Friday (photo) after raising the $4,425 fee through online social networks.    READ MORE »

Anti-white bias cost gay man College Park post

A gay, white College Park employee was fired due to racial bias, a federal jury found Friday. The employee, Christopher Jones, alleged that anti-gay bias may have also contributed to his termination.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 21 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Sunday a little more gay, including Black Gay Pride, a gay tennis tournament, E. Lynn Harris tribute and a fashion show.    READ MORE »

Dance tracks for your holiday weekend

The double-dose holiday weekend -- it's Black Gay Pride and Labor Day -- demands a playlist of dance tracks made to put the bounce in your boogie through Monday and beyond.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 29 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Saturday a little more gay, including Black Gay Pride, Peach tennis tourney, author appearances at Outwrite & Decatur Book Festival, DJs YoshiMac and Princess Charles.    READ MORE »

Buju Banton ATL show still on—for now

Reggae’s Buju Banton has no love for gays, as evidenced in his lyrics. With intense backlash, some U.S. concert dates were canceled, but Center Stage still plans to host its Oct. 24 Atlanta show.    READ MORE »

‘Finding Me’ director, actors stop in Atlanta

It’s no coincidence that Roger Omeus Jr. is in Atlanta this weekend. As the city plays host to Black Gay Pride, he can easily see the main character of his film "Finding Me" in black gay men across the city.    READ MORE »

Vote for local gay ‘Every Man’ Stephen Fusco

Who says gay men shouldn't enter a national contest to find a hot-blooded American "Every Man"? Atlantan Stephen Fusco certainly thought the Every Man Jack contest should be inclusive.    READ MORE »

Why was Mitchell Hall on ‘Project Runway’ at all?

After a third time in the bottom two in as many episodes, Georgia's Mitchell Hall finally got kicked off "Project Runway" last night. What a relief for all self-respecting homos who call the Peach State home.    READ MORE »

Friday: 22 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Friday a little more gay, including the 13th Annual Black Gay Pride Celebration, author appearances, a tennis tournament and DJs.    READ MORE »

Friday: Paul Freeman’s trip to the Outback

What better way to celebrate a long holiday weekend than with a trip to Currawong Creek? That's the approach of photographer Paul Freeman and "Outback Currawong Creek."    READ MORE »

LGBT authors turn page for Black Gay Pride

The giant Black Gay Pride official lineup becomes colossal when you start counting supplemental events like the bevy of authors at Outwrite and Charis bookstores over Labor Day Weekend.    READ MORE »

Kim Zolciak delivers drama to Blake’s

Wherever Kim Zolciak goes, drama tends to follow. When she and an entourage hit the popular Midtown gay bar Blake's on Wednesday, the gays were packed in tight. Drama ensued.    READ MORE »

Tennis tourney hits center court this weekend

The local gay servers and volleyers known as the Atlanta Team Tennis Association host the 22nd Annual Peach International Tennis Championships this weekend on courts in DeKalb.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 18 gay things to do today

The Peach International Tennis Championships opens with its draw party @ Mixx. 7 p.m.    READ MORE »

Thursday: A greasy Godric

A greasy Godric is better than no Godric at all. When HBO's "True Blood" killed off -- better yet, burned to a crisp -- Godric a few weeks ago, we lost our weekly dose of 19-year-old actor Allan Hyde.    READ MORE »

Queer literati head to Decatur Book Festival

The Decatur Book Festival, set for Sept. 4-6, teams for the first time with the authors and poets of the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival.    READ MORE »

 
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