Eagle manhandles its way through New Year’s Eve

DJ Pat Scott took control of the Eagle's New Year's Eve celebration on Saturday, delivering a night like you'd expect from the man behind popular Halloween and Britney Spears bashes.    READ MORE »

Blake’s balloon pops its way into the new year

Blake's delivered dancers, drag and cash for its annual New Year's Eve celebration on Saturday, cheering on the start of a happy new 2017.    READ MORE »

Alex Wan launches bid for Atlanta City Council president

Alex Wan made history when he was elected as the first gay man and Asian American on the Atlanta City Council. Now, he hopes to do it again – this time as City Council president.    READ MORE »

Ten pops cork on 2017 with New Year’s Eve Ball

Ten popped the cork on 2017 with a balloon drop and DJ Rob Reum on Saturday, kissing goodbye to 2016 and welcoming in the new year.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man arrested for choking boyfriend – again

A gay Atlanta man and adult film performer – on probation for beating and choking his boyfriend – was arrested for beating the man again just a year after the first attack left his victim unconscious.    READ MORE »

Heretic celebrates in white for New Year’s Eve

The Heretic draped itself in white, brought out a powerhouse DJ and partied late into the night with its Genesis White Party to celebrate New Year's Eve on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta stripper charged with murdering roommate

A gay Atlanta stripper suspected of shooting and killing his roommate before fleeing to Alabama was extradited to Georgia and now faces murder charges in the Midtown homicide.    READ MORE »

Burkhart’s rings in a big gay Atlanta 2017

With drag performer Shavonna B. Brooks doing the countdown and DJ David Stoddard providing the beats, Burkhart's rang in the new year on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Jungle celebrates New Year’s Eve, Chicago style

Gay Atlanta guys channeled their inner gangster and flapper girls on Saturday as Jungle celebrated New Year's Eve with DJ Joe Gauthreaux, Chicago style.    READ MORE »

Weather daddy Sam Champion says bye to ATL

Midtown loving, cocktail sipping, HRC gala attending, gay power broker Sam Champion is out. Out of a job. Out of town. And no longer gay Atlanta's own weather daddy and cuddle bunny.    READ MORE »

LGBT lawmakers warn against ‘vicious’ anti-gay bills in Georgia

Georgia's LGBT lawmakers issued a stern warning to their colleagues at the Gold Dome: Spare the state from an anti-LGBT bill like the one that has plunged North Carolina into political and economic trouble.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta’s best New Year’s Weekend events

The holigays come to a close, but not before a full night for New Year’s Eve and its surrounding weekend events, whether you’re up for a blowout or looking to knock back a few with besties.    READ MORE »

Bears and their beards take to the ice in Midtown

The boys and bears with beards laced up their skates and hit the rink in Piedmont Park on Monday for a holiday tradition, gay Atlanta style.    READ MORE »

Feminist icon Charis Books moving to Decatur

Charis Books & More – at 42, the South's oldest indie feminist bookstore – has sold its longtime home in Little Five Points and is finalizing a move into a building owned by Agnes Scott College in Decatur.    READ MORE »

Atlanta updates its gender identity protections

Atlanta quietly gave the city's non-discrimination ordinance a facelift earlier this month, cleaning up outdated and sometimes offensive language about gender identity.    READ MORE »

Georgia legislators want anti-LGBT law like North Carolina

The lesson some Georgia lawmakers learned from North Carolina descending into political chaos this week was this: Move forward with an anti-LGBT law that has cost the Tar Heel state millions of dollars in lost jobs, events and boycotts.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s best gay Christmas Weekend events

Ho, ho, ho. For those who celebrate, the big day is here. For everybody, it kicks off a long holigay weekend of Atlanta LGBT events with memory-making, music and merriment.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta actor bares all in primetime TV debut

A gay Atlanta journalist and self-described actorepreneur scored his first primetime TV appearance, serving up Hot Guy on TNT and packing a brief scene with every sexy, ablicious second he could.    READ MORE »

Did RuPaul snatch Atlanta queen for ‘Drag Race’?

If at first you don't succeed in getting picked for 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' try, try, try – and try once more. That persistence might finally pay off for Atlanta queen Nina Bonina Brown.    READ MORE »

Top Ga. Democrat wants LGBTs in civil rights bill

The top Democrat in the Georgia House said it's time for lawmakers to pass a statewide civil rights bill and that it should include protections for LGBTQ people.    READ MORE »