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Black Pride opens on a spiritual note [photos]

Atlanta's Black Gay Pride celebration went to church on Wednesday as it opened the six-day celebration with a spiritual feel and a candlelight vigil at First MCC.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 35 gay things to do in Atlanta today

The holiday weekend means Sunday is another Saturday. Bonus! Today's LGBT events, from Black Gay Pride to Peach Tennis, from gay authors to special Sunday hours and an all-nighter party.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 15 Atlanta Black Pride things to do

It’s the biggest Black Gay Pride event Atlanta has ever seen through Monday. The reverence and revelry is already on fire and heats up from here. Here are links to today’s top events.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Chris Salvatore likes his love dirty

Chris Salvatore is working to transition from gay actor–you know, Zack from the flesh-fest indie "Eating Out 3"–to singer. He's riffed on Katy Perry and is booking Pride fests across the country.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 19 ATL Black Gay Pride things to do

It’s the biggest Black Pride event Atlanta has ever seen through Monday. The reverence and revelry of the last couple of days only heats up. Here are links to the top events for you to consider.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 43 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you kicked it off early or not, Labor Day Weekend is officially here. The day is all on you. The LGBT events are on us. Check out today’s list of festivals, celebrations and special guests.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Ciao, Alessandro Calza

Woof! Italian actor Alessandro Calza not only did gay for pay in "Ciao," he lives the life, too. Yes, the 39-year-old tough guy is all gay–from his muscular build to naturally hairy chest.    READ MORE »

Did SoVo really steal a story from Fenuxe?

We love Doggie dominatrix Victoria Stilwell as much as the next gay with pups. So we were interested in reading her interview in the Aug. 26 issue of Southern Voice. But the quotes seemed all too familiar.    READ MORE »

Nicki Minaj, Sarah Palin, Prop 8, Tim Gunn

Black Pride singer’s support, Palin emasculates gay reporter, Schwarzenegger won’t defend Prop 8, Lance Loud returns to TV, NY bully bill, Tim Gunn book, Twitter's popular gays, more.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: From bridesmaid to bombshell

Some “Project Runway” designers fulfill the old “You can totally wear that again” promise about bridesmaid dresses with reinvention and intervention for former maids of honor stuck with ugly gowns.    READ MORE »

Sports groups recruit for newbies [photos]

A collection of gay and lesbian sports teams and leagues practiced their off-the-field skills–translation: knocking back beers–as they worked to attract new athletes during a recruitment drive last Sunday.    READ MORE »

Hot List singles set the mood for Labor Day

It’s hard to believe, but the summer’s almost over. While bitter-sweet, there are a slew of hits to perk up Black Pride, your football tailgate, Dragon*Con, or one of the last pool parties of the season.    READ MORE »

Friday: 18 Atlanta Black Gay Pride things to do

It’s the biggest Black Pride event Atlanta has ever seen. The reverence and revelry has begun, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Here are the top events so you can weigh your options.    READ MORE »

Friday: 46 gay things to do in Atlanta today

You can tell it’s a holiday weekend when LGBT Atlanta rolls out nearly four-dozen choices for every taste under the rainbow. Check our top picks, then go have the good time you deserve.    READ MORE »

Friday: Lucas Glover says mind his gap

Excuse Lucas Glover if he's tired. The 25-year-old budding model just wrapped a U.K. tour for a musical, but now is turning his attention back to his undies. As in modeling (and filling) them.    READ MORE »

Out & Equal toasts workplace equality [photos]

The gay business group Out & Equal did what business folks do after the work day ends–cocktail and enjoy conversation–during its Networking for Equality last Friday at Amsterdam.    READ MORE »

Win free any-time tickets to High’s Dali exhibit

While most people's thoughts of Salvador Dali go directly to images of melting clocks, the High Museum’s “Dali: The Late Work” aims to change that, and we aim to get you into the exhibit for free.    READ MORE »

Mehlman’s GOP, hustler ring, Foursquare STDs

Ken Mehlman hosts fundraiser for gay marriage, Natalie Portman's lesbian scene finds first audience, Foursquare rewards clinic visits, sex gang bust, Peter, Paul & Mary trounce anti-gay group, more.    READ MORE »

FBI, DA say no hate crime charges for Marines

The FBI and the DA in Savannah have both decided against pursuing the June beating of a gay man by two Marines as a hate crime, leaving in place misdemeanor charges for the alleged assailants.    READ MORE »

Fashion Cares goes high for HIV charity [photos]

Fashionistas and fundraisers for HIV and breast cancer converged high up in a Midtown skyscraper for the fashion swank-fest known as Jeffrey Fashion Cares on Monday.    READ MORE »