Sunday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

As morning turns into an afternoon that stretches into a casual evening, thoughts turn to leisurely pursuits. Softball, brunch, plays, and gay Atlanta’s traditional Sunday drag shows.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Let Sun shine in

Israeli model Sun Meiri reminds of those lazy Sunday mornings when you're lounging about the house with that special someone, too cute to be bothered with anything but a pair of underwear.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 34 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Pride may not be until October, but Stonewall Weekend doesn't wait. With official commemorations, art projects, movies and parties, this trailer will be rockin’. Come a-knockin’!    READ MORE »

Saturday: Sean Biloski says ‘O Canada’

O Canada, indeed! We can thank our neighbors to the north for Sean Biloski, a big drink of water who uses thick brown hair and blue-green eyes to show that something sexy can come out of Canada.    READ MORE »

‘Visible Lives’ recalls E. Lynn Harris [photos]

Two of the three literary talents behind "Visible Lives" were on hand Saturday to read from their work in memory of E. Lynn Harris, the gay Atlanta author who died last July from a heart attack.    READ MORE »

Stonewall Week: ‘Visible’ Sylvia Rivera Brunch

“I’m not missing a minute of this; it’s the revolution.” That’s what Sylvia Rivera said of the Stonewall Riots. Saturday’s Sylvia Rivera Community Brunch embraces that enthusiasm.    READ MORE »

A car wash with suds and strippers [photos]

When one of the teams in the Hotlanta Softball League considered a car wash, their checklist included an ingredient to make the event stand out from other fundraisers: strippers.    READ MORE »

Stonewall Week: Creators bring ‘Uprising’ to life

Filmmakers originally saw their documentary “Stonewall Uprising” as a one-hour TV special, but as they assembled footage, they realized they had a feature film, opening Friday.    READ MORE »

Friday: 33 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Let your Friday state of mind be enhanced by Stonewall Weekend. Special events and parties top off our already overflowing schedule of concerts, bar nights and stage shows.    READ MORE »

Friday: Felipe Rezende frolics on the beach

Black and white photos, water splashing about, a sexy model with little clothing. That's a mean combination and Felipe Rezende finds himself right in the middle of it.    READ MORE »

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Savannah gay beating divides LGBT activists

The June 12 beating of a gay man in Savannah has provoked a fissure among LGBT activists in the coastal city and prompted some to launch a new organization.    READ MORE »

Atlanta now on Lambert’s ‘Glam Nation’ map

We were worried there for a second. Luckily, the gayest of the gay “Idol” runner ups announced an expansion to his summer tour, and “the gayest city in America” made the list.    READ MORE »

Flag football continues playoff push [photos]

In its push to crown a season champion, the National Flag Football League of Atlanta continued its playoff run on Saturday with a slate of games in Grant Park.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Am I just ‘too nelly’ to get a man?

When mating pits expressing who you are against attracting a man, do what the birds do: Work on your plumage. Change it, change some of it, or work it to your best advantage.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 27 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Forces are at work to kick off your weekend early. Evening for Equality, the Equally Wed magazine launch and Libby’s at the Express top off special one-time only parties. Get planning.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Bernardo Velasco shoots and scores

Bernardo Velasco shoots and scores with a new sports-themed photo spread, just in time for us to capitalize on the newfound soccer mania since the U.S. team's dramatic win Wednesday.    READ MORE »

Stonewall Week: Ga. Equality fetes good works

People who keep LGBT causes at the fore get the spotlight turned on them at Thursday’s Evening for Equality, the Georgia Equality reception that's a Who’s Who of gay Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Party on a patio to close the weekend [photos]

With summer comes the return of a popular outdoor dance party that brings a trio of DJs and a host of alternaqueers to Edgewood Avenue. It's not your usual weekend nightcap.    READ MORE »

Dream wedding sparks Equally Wed magazine

Atlanta writer Kirsten Ott got her dream June wedding to Maria Palladino in 2009. The event was almost perfect—save for a distinct lack of wedding magazines that are gay inclusive.    READ MORE »

It’s ba-aack. ‘Greater Tuna’ opens Wednesday

Actor Bryan Mercer is used to bringing different characters to life, but in Theatre in the Square’s new staging of “Greater Tuna,” he transforms himself into 10 roles.    READ MORE »

 
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