Wednesday: 26 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Extra! Extra! Atlanta’s Gay Agenda events calendar is out now! Get your Wednesday hootenannies, hoedowns and happenings right here! Click on your favorites and read all about it!    READ MORE »

Wednesday: St. Paul’s firefighters smoking hot

Hunky firefighters with a heart? Yes, please. The hose-wielding studs of St. Paul pumped up and then stripped down for a charity calendar. The results? Smoldering.    READ MORE »

Burkhart’s bandit nabbed after violent robbery

A fugitive who allegedly prowled for gay victims at Burkhart’s and burned the groin of one with a cigarette as he robbed him was nabbed on Sunday thanks to a tipster who called police.    READ MORE »

‘Mean Girls’ Morehouse president to step aside

“Mean Girls” menace and Morehouse President Robert Franklin is stepping aside, retiring after five years at the helm of the college with a mixed record on LGBT issues.    READ MORE »

Leathermen get whipped into shape [photos]

Aspiring leather daddies (and leather ladies), boys, bootblacks and more learned some tricks of the trade on Saturday from those who have turned their leather fun into a vocation.    READ MORE »

Rank and file: ATL 16th ‘Most Lesbianish City’

Those “Gayest Cities in America” lists like the Advocate and Gay Cities did indeed beg the question, as AutoStraddle recently asked, “What about the Most Lesbionic Cities?” Yup, Atlanta made the list.    READ MORE »

Friends mourn death of Blake’s employee

The death of a popular employee at Blake’s unleashed an outpouring of support, fond memories and prayers from the Midtown nightspot, patrons and former co-workers.    READ MORE »

Cynthia Nixon, gay ‘Glee,’ Washington marriage

Actress revisits “gay is a choice” comment, “Glee” actor receives Twitter death threats, Washington nears gay marriage vote, “The View” on outing dead celebrities, gay Republican to sue CPAC, more.    READ MORE »

Bubba Dee celebrates birthday Bliss [photos]

How do you celebrate your birthday if you’re a drag queen with an age that hovers around a highway speed limit? With young strippers. Much younger strippers.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 19 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Are you tired and listless? Workweek got ya down? Too pooped to pop? Try a healing spoonful of today’s LGBT arts, sports, shows and parties that are sure cures for the workweek blues.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Lee Stram is dirty jock sexy

Get him shirtless and muddy from riding a motorcross bike, tie ropes around his hands, put him inside a gym or just strip him down to snug briefs. Lee Stram makes it work.    READ MORE »

Rockstars goes big for MLK main event [photos]

The nightlife of the MLK holiday goes late, bares it all and often includes local celebrities. Rockstars Productions delivered that and more with its main event at Club Europe.    READ MORE »

John Lewis thumps N.J. governor over gay rights

What’s a civil rights icon to do when New Jersey’s governor says that black civil rights should have been achieved by a voter referendum? Show up and turn on the heat. Cue Georgia U.S. Rep. John Lewis.    READ MORE »

Your Grindr gets hacked and this guy gets off

Just in time sex app Grindr got hacked, embarrassing the location-based sex cruising service for having less protection than the new unwrapped porn scenes from Sean Cody.    READ MORE »

Pride taps interim manager during hiring search

Atlanta Pride, who lost its executive director last week, announced that it's appointing a longtime volunteer as interim events manager while they launch a search for a permanent replacement.    READ MORE »

Atlanta ‘Real Housewife’ drops anti-gay f-bomb

Marlo Hampton, the most-arrested cast member on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” knows a thing or two about a scuffle. But she’s backing away from the anti-gay slur she threw on Sunday’s episode.    READ MORE »

Adam Levine, gay HUD rights, eatery ejection

Maroon 5 moves Grammys party from Prop 8 restaurant, housing secretary promises LGBT policy reform, bistro refuses service to anti-gay lawmaker; Gingrich calls gay marriage Paganism, more.    READ MORE »

Gays say Atlanta not worth boycotting after all

Not so long, the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force threw cold water on Atlanta by threatening to pull its 2013 convention over Georgia’s new immigration law. Boy, did they cry wolf.    READ MORE »

‘Memphis’ tour brings gay Atlanta actor home

The big Tony Award winner of 2010–the bouncy musical “Memphis”–lands in Atlanta on Tuesday as part of its national tour, featuring out former Atlantan Jody Reynard in the cast.    READ MORE »

Monday: 15 gay things to do in Atlanta today

As if on cue, Gay Atlanta rolls out some treats to make Monday just the way you like it: Manic Monday, Twisted Monday, Monday Madness and other options on the local LGBT events calendar.    READ MORE »

 
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