SoVo publisher finds a little more ‘Kaos’

No sooner did we chronicle Southern Voice’s double-dose of missing papers than it reappears with three consecutive issues, a few shots at Pride and now finds itself in the middle of a little “Kaos.”    READ MORE »

Fans show Alice Walker some love [photos]

If standing ovations weren’t proof enough, bear hugs and podium praise for Alice Walker definitely showed the admiration that the author inspired at her latest Atlanta appearance.    READ MORE »

Frank Louis shows his ‘Masculinity’ [photos]

New York-based photographer Frank Louis hit Outwrite Bookstore on Saturday to sign and show off his latest work of beefcake–the 2011 calendar "Provocateur: Masculinity."    READ MORE »

Those queer climbers are recruiting newbies

Did you see those sexy gay rock climbers in the Atlanta Pride parade and think to yourself either, "I want to do that"? Now you've got your chance. But you'll need to hurry.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 32 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Scratch that itch for the weekend with something for every queer, whether you want music and art, the written word, political discussions, or a great escape with laughs, dancing and theme nights.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Billy T’s Marietta drawl

Marietta guy Billy T. is the kind of Southern guy we can sink our teeth into–someone with rugged good looks who's not shy about stripping down around autos, motorcycles and tires. Tires? Yes indeed.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News

Thousands take part in AIDS Walk [photos]

More than 8,000 people registered to walk in the 20th Annual AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday, a number that organizers hope helps boost their fundraising total to $900,000.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? How to lose your fear of rejection

"My fear of getting ignored—or worse—mocked, means that I never approach anyone remotely good looking. Needless to say, my love life sucks. How do I turn this around?"    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Politicos vying for your gay vote with 3 events

Gay and gay-friendly political groups are clamoring for your attention and a few minutes of your time in the final stretch to the Nov. 2 elections with three events in the next seven days.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Sports

Hundreds lace up for AIDS Walk 5K run [photos]

In about the time it takes some couch potatoes to lace up their sneakers, Genesis Henderson bested a field of 800 registrants to win the 5K run portion of Sunday’s AIDS Walk Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 31 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Wearing purple against teen suicides, Alice Walker and LGBT-endorsed candidates before Election Day top the list, but those are just three of many options on the Gay Agenda. Check the list.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Anthony C. likes to play tough

Anthony C. is a jock's jock who lists his hobbies as working out, football and surfing. Is it any wonder that he wants into modeling? Short hair or shaggy, facial hair or scrubbed clean, he'll do just fine.    READ MORE »

Indianapolis: the next hip LGBT destination? has boldly proclaimed Indianapolis, Ind., the Most Sexually Satisfied City in the U.S. What’s the deal with the Midwest? Could gay Indianapolis be the next gay mecca in the U.S.?    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  videos

Atlanta police return ousted LGBT liaison to duty

Officer Dani Lee Harris, a former LGBT liaison for the Atlanta police, returned to active duty Monday, six months after the agency placed her on unpaid leave and refused to publicly discuss her status.    READ MORE »

Win free Paula Poundstone tickets from us

Whether you’re a fan of her comedy from way back, or you enjoy her deadpan observations on NPR’s “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me,” we want you to see Paula Poundstone’s Atlanta show on us.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Ever feel like life’s options are limited? Take your pick of LGBT events every day of the week on our Gay Agenda. Today’s choices put you in control of arts, business, issues and down time.    READ MORE »

‘Marcy Darcy’ at PALS Bingo sendup [photos]

When the monthly PALS Bingo game set its sites on “Married With Children,” Peg Bundy costumes topped the list, but Amanda Bearse revisiting her own character Marcy Darcy stole the show.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Carl Paladino tees off on Atlanta gay guy

Whack job Carl Paladino–the gay-loathing New York Republican nominee for governor that makes our own Nathan Deal look like a PFLAG dad–took on an Atlanta gay, and the gay guy won.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Police advisory board hosts meeting Monday

The Atlanta Police Department’s LGBT advisory board is scheduled to receive reports on two recent gay events as well as hear from the head of APD’s internal affairs unit during its meeting on Monday.    READ MORE »

Court filing: City destroys evidence in Eagle case

Atlanta and its police department should be sanctioned for ignoring court-imposed deadlines, destroying evidence and delaying discovery in the federal lawsuit over the Eagle raid, according to attorneys.    READ MORE »