Alternaqueers ‘meltdown’ Heretic beach party

Alternaqueers stripped down to their Speedos and celebrated the end of summer with an epic drag beach party meltdown on Friday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta chamber celebrates business leaders

Gay Atlanta celebrated its LGBT business leaders and allies on Friday with a sold out awards dinner and silent auction from the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce at the Fox Theatre.    READ MORE »

Rainbow Crosswalks celebrates despite city snub

Organizers of the Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks took a respite from city bureaucracy and fundraising to celebrate, cocktail and thank their sponsors and patrons as the project moves closer to its installation.    READ MORE »

Meet the gays who are the ‘Best of Atlanta’

Creative Loafing loves its LGBT inclusion. Per usual, the paper’s annual romp through reader and critic picks for all that’s hot and cool in Atlanta left no gay unturned in arts, nightlife and headline news.    READ MORE »

‘Legendary’ end-times party melts down summer

If you’re not ready to hang up that Speedo or have been dying to try out that gas mask you secretly bought, Legendary Children’s Nuclear Meltdown Beach Party is the event for you.    READ MORE »

News  |  Nightlife

Popular gay-owned Church bar damaged in fire

An early-evening fire damaged a portion of the Atlanta's most popular kitchy casual gay-owned alternabar on Wednesday, leaving Sister Louisa’s Church closed for repairs.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

With another week in the bag, it’s time for you to bag some downtime. LGBT Atlanta events are ready to yield rich rewards from concerts and plays to exhibits and parties.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride brings Great Big World, Sister Sledge, Rachel Platten

With less than a month until the biggest party in gay Atlanta all year, Pride finally lets loose the names of their headline entertainers with a big-name act for LGBT generations old and new.    READ MORE »

City: Remove rainbow crosswalks after Pride

The City of Atlanta, just weeks after approving the permanent installation of rainbow crosswalks at a Midtown intersection, changed course and is now ordering the crosswalks scrubbed shortly after Pride.    READ MORE »

Augusta sheriff’s office adds LGBT liaison

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office put in place a fulltime LGBT liaison, a first for the Augusta agency and a move that is earning it praise from LGBT activists.    READ MORE »

Cowboy-chic gives us Midtown condo envy

You know you have a penchant for fab pads when we have to nose around when you move just to soak in more design and accessory goodness. Welcome to this guy's second dose of Midtown Fabulous.    READ MORE »

Conyers church evicts Scouts over gay leaders

A Baptist church in Conyers, waiting patiently for nearly two years, found a way to air its anti-gay bigotry: taking aim at gay troop leaders in the Boy Scouts.    READ MORE »

This guy knows you’re looking and likes it

There’s something a little dirty amid all this pretty, and it’s exactly what we like about Robert Michael. The fitness buff, go-go boy and underwear showoff has just what the Morning Fix ordered.    READ MORE »

Chris Brown makes nice after Black Pride snub

Chris Brown is making nice with promoters for Atlanta Black Gay Pride, little more than a week after the artist was too bothered with his "feminine" photo and a few gay men to show up for a scheduled appearance.    READ MORE »

Roland Belmares delivers heat for ‘Red’ hot party

The fundraising force that is Ready 4 Hope continued its big weekend of partying with a purpose on Saturday at Jungle with powerhouse DJ Roland Belmares.    READ MORE »

Hot guys ignite fiery Ready 4 Hope Weekend

When gay Atlanta’s own Ready 4 Hope put their minds to a party for AID Atlanta, they get serious about having fun. When they do their signature weekend, they step it up and really go for it.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality fights LGBT bias with video push

Same-sex marriage is the law of the land, but the fight to protect LGBT people continues, prompting Georgia Equality to debut a new video series telling the stories of people who faced discrimination.    READ MORE »

Sam Champion is done being your morning cuddle buddy

Gay Atlanta’s buff weather daddy Sam Champion is being sidelined amid a corporate realignment, leaving the cocktail sipping, Midtown loving, selfie snapping personality grumbling and his thirsty fans wondering what they’ll do for their morning fix.    READ MORE »

News  |  obituary

Gay Atlanta man found dead in Midtown hotel

A 25-year-old gay Atlanta man and adult entertainer was found dead inside a Midtown hotel room on Sept. 4, just days after sharing with friends that he lost his job and was suffering from seizures.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Even on a short workweek, local LGBT weekend events are no less sweet. Taste the rainbow of fruit-flavored parties, performances and playtime options that put the gays in your days.    READ MORE »