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Downsizing: Joan Crawford says get off your ass

Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know I missed a week. Even though I didn’t manage to write about the workouts, I still managed to get them done. Which brings us to this week’s topic: Time Management.    READ MORE »

News  |  Media Diet  |  videos

Mega pastor Swilley still inspiring media interest

CNN, NPR and People came calling when local evangelical Jim Swilley came out. Creative Loafing checks back as his Conyers church settles in, and AfterElton names him “bravest” of 2010.    READ MORE »

Uneven, but enough to ‘Love You Phillip Morris’

Virtually the rest of the world has seen it already. International airline flights have played it. “I Love You Phillip Morris” with Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor finally opens in Atlanta Friday.    READ MORE »

Friday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

A week until Christmas Eve, and the best part about today is still that it's Friday. Well that, and the LGBT events planned to send you into weekend mode as fast as humanly possible.    READ MORE »

Heretic celebrates birthday with Santa [photos]

The Heretic marked its 19th anniversary on Monday with a holiday-themed celebration that included cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and even Santa listening to wish lists in a back corner.    READ MORE »

Rodiney Santiago’s ‘A-List’ stop in ATL [photos]

There was none of the fabricated drama that’s a staple of Logo’s “A-List: New York” when Rodiney Santiago hit Atlanta on Saturday for an appearance at Mixx.    READ MORE »

City: Sorry for Eagle raid, but only if you sue us

Parse the words of Mayor Kasim Reed’s apology over the botched police raid of the Eagle–as well as the apology pending before City Council–and you’ll realize this: They are sorry, but only if you sue them.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 34 gay things to do in Atlanta today

You're not too busy to carve out some time for yourself with friends. That's where our Gay Agenda calendar of LGBT events comes in to help you plan a little downtime.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Mulling what to do with Andre Mull

Fitness model Andre Mull really should inspire you to hit the gym, dance or play sports. He does them all and looks muscularly delicious doing so. You can thank Paul Mariano for this delightful set of pics.    READ MORE »

Get ‘Nutty’ with Atlanta Ballet on Thursday

What do the “Sex & the City” girls, Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan and the Twilight movies have in common? They’re all woven into a classic ballet to create “Nutty Nutcracker” on Thursday.    READ MORE »

Big gay brunch goes Southern eclectic [photos]

The Big Gay Supper Club continued to trade on its usual evening appeal by offering a brunch gathering during the holidays, this time a three-course meal in Inman Park.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? How to handle first night of sex

"I like to go on two or three dates before I sleep with someone. I love the anticipation, but sometimes it makes me stressed out. Are there "rules of engagement" for the first night of sex?"    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

All work and no play makes Jack a dull gay. And it’s no picnic for Jill, either. Liven things up with a little something from today's LGBT events roster, from talk to action and from shows to ‘hos.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Chase wants to put it in your face

With his own blog titled "Put Some Chase in Your Face," there's more than a hint that Chase Hostler isn't shy. Spend a few minutes on the New Yorker's site and you'll see just how in your face he can be.    READ MORE »

Click ARTvision, buy art, help Positive Impact

Atlanta’s annual ARTvision online art sale makes browsing and buying easy, and it’s a great way to help Positive Impact without moving a muscle other than that overused mouse finger of yours.    READ MORE »

Taylor Dayne leaves Jungle ‘Satisfied’ [photos]

Taylor Dayne’s gay fans in Atlanta proved their love for the pop singer on Saturday, braving an artic blast to hear a set list that included ‘80s hit “Tell It to My Heart” and many others.    READ MORE »

News  |  Nightlife

Kasim Reed wants to tax your cocktails more

Mayor Kasim Reed and the city council delivered a one-two punch last week. The council approved a $1 million settlement in the botched Eagle raid as they also OK'd Reed’s effort to boost drink taxes.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It Gets Better. The coldest morning this season leads into a warmer few days. Celebrate with Atlanta’s LGBT events on today’s Gay Agenda calendar that let you step out in style.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: These men work, month after month

You know we love a good calendar at the Morning Fix. And 'tis the season for hunks to strip down and bare it all, month after month after month. "Men At Work" brings us the best in blue collar.    READ MORE »

‘Holiday Lights’ shine on AGMC shows [photos]

Capacity crowds packed Cathedral of St. Philip on Friday and Saturday for the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus' annual holiday concert, a long-running mainstay of the local holiday season.    READ MORE »

 
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