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Gay crime fighter takes on mayor with rally

Oh, what a difference a year or so makes. It wasn’t long ago that gay crime fighter Kyle Keyser stood side-by-side with Mayor Kasim Reed. Now, he’s holding a rally to knock the mayor’s anti-crime initiatives.    READ MORE »

Friday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Even though it can never manage to come soon enough, Friday is now, baby! See what's shakin’ on today's calendar of LGBT parties and plays, shows and drag showdowns.    READ MORE »

Friday: Anton Lock likes to get wet

What is it with these guys at gay glossy DNA? It’s one muscled, hot guy after another. Like that’s going to sell magazines? Pedro Virgil has done it again, bringing us these images of Anton Lock.    READ MORE »

Topher Payne’s heartfelt ‘Tokens of Affection’

One of Atlanta’s most prolific gay columnists is also a longtime local playwright. We chat with Topher Payne about his new play, why his husband inspired it, and how his writing has grown.    READ MORE »

Heretic New Year’s makes it to morning [photos]

What’s a New Year’s Eve if you can’t party into the new year? Atlanta’s gay nightlife scene figured just that, offering two options last weekend that kept revelers partying until the sun came up. Seriously.    READ MORE »

Comment of the Day: Chick-fil-A so good, so bad

Yum! That pickle and that chicken sandwich. Oh, right. We’re gay and (supposed to) hate Chick-fil-A, that right-wing Atlanta company that’s once again stepped on their own pickle with some gays.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s always good to have a plan, but others like to wing it. Either way, use our calendar to find what LGBT Atlanta has in store. Check in for precise timing or on an in-the-moment whim.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Bo Roberts is convincingly cowboy

Photographer David Vance can convincingly make you into a cowboy, jock, sailor or a hottie in a swimsuit. At least that's what he did with Bo Roberts for the current issue of Aussie gay glossy DNA.    READ MORE »

We like it when Chris Willis gets ‘Louder’

We chat with dance music star and gay Atlanta resident Chris Willis, who rang in the New Year with a No. 1 single, “Louder (Put Your Hands Up),” on the first Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart of 2011.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Now, it’s Commissioner Joan Garner [photos]

Joan Garner came full circle on Wednesday, taking her oath of office to join the Fulton County Commission and ending a transition from LGBT activist to political insider and now, elected official.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? The trouble with ‘top’ and ‘bottom’

“I’m talkative, opinionated and loud, but people think I’m a bossy bottom instead of a raging top. I saw a list about how tops should act. Do you think I should take the advice?”    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Getting back in the swing of things makes this a particularly formidable Hump Day. Get up and over it with LGBT events designed to make sure the week’s all downhill from here.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Rob White catches the eye

Rob White is well on his way to creating a portfolio that catches the eye. The 23-year-old Washington state native got our attention with his boy next door look that offers the hope of a little something more.    READ MORE »

Dragnique brings reality-style contest to Jungle

Even before “RuPaul’s Drag Race” starts its third season on TV, several local legends are on tap to run Dragnique, a fierce, live, seven-week drag competition each Friday on the stage at Jungle.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Joan Garner takes Fulton office on Wednesday

The election long since over, Joan Garner takes office on Wednesday as the only openly gay person on the Fulton County Commission. You know it’s about to happen–her official portrait has been issued.    READ MORE »

Party monsters enjoy a Mary’s new year [photos]

Hipsters and alternaqueers need New Year’s love, too. So they gathered in East Atlanta on Friday for Attack of the New Year’s Eve Party Monster at Mary's.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Another day, another dollar? Surely we can do better than that. Click through today's local LGBT events that provide a diverse set of options to help you make Tuesday special.    READ MORE »

Jungle gets Tank’d New Year’s Eve [photos]

DJ Michael Tank came to Atlanta just to turn the tunes that rocked the free-wheeling Jungle crowd into the New Year on Friday night. The circuit sensation left no dance beat unturned to kick off 2011.    READ MORE »

Wan gets seat on high-profile City Council panel

Alex Wan, the coupon-clipping lone gay rep on the Atlanta City Council, starts his second year in office on the high profile Public Safety & Legal Administration Committee.    READ MORE »

Rockstars party into the New Year [photos]

A group of four friends shut down 2010 on Friday with a bang at Amsterdam, making their Party Like A Rockstar 5.0 on New Year’s Eve celebration the biggest and best yet.    READ MORE »