Saturday: 35 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s about this weather. Weekends are made for You Time, and the sun, breeze and today’s wide-open spaces of LGBT events are tailor-made too. However you define queer, it’s happening here.    READ MORE »

Saturday: We love ruggers who love their gear

Jase, Joel and all of the ruggers at FootyBoys want you to buy their stuff. Not the stuff they so proudly display in the sexy locker room promo shots, but all the gear you need to look like they do.    READ MORE »

Chambliss staffer slur was ‘ignorant free speech’

A gay death threat posted on a popular gay blog and linked to staffers for Sen. Saxby Chambliss was “ignorant free speech” and nothing more, according to a Senate investigation.    READ MORE »

Garden Party sustains healthy Health Initiative

One of the largest events on the local lesbian social calendar, the Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative’s Fall Garden Party Sunday provides both financial and motivational support for the organization.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Personal patterns for tearful TV

Using their lives as inspiration, “Project Runway” designers make it personal. Most get lost, but two find themselves and their mojo. A runway revelation makes for one the most inspiring episodes ever.    READ MORE »

Southern director ready for Out On Film closeup

At various points, three high-profile actresses were attached to director Keith Hartman’s “You Should Meet My Son” before he zeroed in on the perfect performer. The comedy opens Out on Film Friday.    READ MORE »

Friday: 33 gay things to do in Atlanta today

You work so hard. Friday is the reward. Check out today's LGBT events that set up your weekend: Out On Film Opening Night, art openings, author readings, sports and bar nights and more.    READ MORE »

Friday: Josh Ohl is too sexy for his briefs

Josh Ohl is a Midwestern guy who happens to look smokin' hot in a pair of briefs. Surprised he's a fitness model? Neither are we. So just enjoy this former college jock and his colorful choices.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News

Chambliss ‘removes’ staffer over anti-gay threat

Sen. Saxby Chambliss, an anti-gay Republican from Georgia, on Thursday announced action against a staffer who threatened gays with death, but it all depends on your definition of “removed.”    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Pride

Reed to host Pride reception atop City Hall

Mayor Kasim Reed will be getting his Pride on next week, starting with a private reception Monday with LGBT activists, non-profit leaders and sponsors of the weekend festival.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

New APD gay liaison ‘looks forward to challenge’

With three years as a beat cop and seven more as a youth detention center administrator, Brian Sharp says his experience will benefit him in his new post as LGBT liaison for Atlanta police.    READ MORE »

Out on Film opens Friday on funny note [video]

In what’s shaping up to be the biggest Out On Film ever, every night of Atlanta’s annual gay and lesbian film festival boasts special guests and an afterparty. Opening Night kicks things off just right.    READ MORE »

Pride finalizes 40 ‘Community’ grand marshals

After Monday’s announcement that the Oct. 10 Atlanta Pride parade will feature 120 grand marshals—40 in each of three categories—the full list of Community Builder honorees is now official.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Media Diet

Has Southern Voice gone missing in action?

Where in the world is SoVo? Still on summer vacay or hitting Pride fests around the Southeast? We haven't seen a fresh issue of the weekly since Sept. 10–and even that was a few days late.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News

Queers to Chambliss: We want public apology

The Queer Justice League took their beef with Sen. Saxby Chambliss to the front door of his Atlanta office Wednesday, meeting with staffers for an hour to lodge their complaints.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Atlanta police name 2nd active-duty LGBT liaison

A second LGBT liaison for the Atlanta Police Department started his assignment Thursday amid continuing questions over the fate of a past liaison who has been on leave for nearly six months.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 28 gay things to do in Atlanta today

You need an outlet. Plug into more than two-dozen LGBT event options and turn on to concerts, happy hours, fun fundraisers and bar theme nights, as well as stage, fashion and drag shows.    READ MORE »

Thursday: The potential of Gaston Rubinetti

He's bilingual, not afraid of chest hair and takes direction. What more could you ask for from Gaston Rubinetti? The 23-year-old model says he's got great potential–we tend to believe him.    READ MORE »

It’s an ‘Avengers’ world. We just live in it.

Welcome back, gay geeks! Last time, we discussed Wiccan and Hulkling–two of the headliners in Marvel’s Young Avengers. This time, Wonder Geeks show Marvel some love–and a tip of the hat.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News

Ousted police liaison hosts Saturday benefit

Nearly six months into a leave without pay from her post as LGBT liaison for Atlanta police, Dani Lee Harris and her supporters are hosting a benefit Saturday to combat the financial strain from her leave.    READ MORE »