Pink Cadets workin’ it at the car wash [photos]

The Pink Cadets, one of the newest and quickly becoming one of the funnest teams of the Hotlanta Softball League, stripped grime off cars and the shirts off their back for charity.    READ MORE »

No indictment for ex-teacher in hit-for-hire case

A grand jury Wednesday found no probable cause against former Clayton County School teacher Randolph Forde, who was accused of hiring a hitman for a student he allegedly taunted as gay.    READ MORE »

Hot list: Memorial Day’s hottest dance tracks

Summer doesn’t officially begin until June, but Memorial Day is when the party begins. In honor of your beach trip, pool party, or whatever you’re doing, here are tracks to make a hot weekend even hotter.    READ MORE »

Queers delight with MondoHomo launch [photos]

The grassroots queer fest MondoHomo kicked off five days of DJs, drag, burlesque, politics, slam poetry, theater and more on Thursday with a visual arts show and spoken word performances.    READ MORE »

Friday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Finally! Your long weekend is here or just hours away. Check out LGBT Atlanta's events for today and tonight. Stage, music, art, and did someone say wet t-shirt contest?    READ MORE »

Friday: Craving Ryan Craven’s Texas twist

We like guys from Texas almost as much as Southern boys. That brings us to Ryan Craven, a student at Texas A&M University. He's sexy enough that the school uses him in its marketing campaigns.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball’s 30th season rolls on [photos]

Though you won't find the jocks (and jockettes) of the Hotlanta Softball League on the fields this weekend–it's a big gay holiday, after all–or next, they return June 13. Take a look at what you can expect.    READ MORE »

The long wait for ‘Sex and the City 2’ is over

It may indeed be the most anticipated film of the summer, but aside from its fab foursome, cameo appearances and gay sensibility, “Sex and the City 2” is heartbreakingly neither fresh nor funny.    READ MORE »

Perdue to sign anti-bullying bill into law

Legislation to toughen Georgia's law against bullying in schools is expected to be signed into law Thursday during a ceremony at the Gold Dome in downtown Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Everybody’s thinking one thing: Get me to the long weekend. MondoHomo. New art. Networking. A foam party? Oh yeah. Those are on the list of tonight’s events to start your Memorial Day holiday early.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Matthew Goodman’s Alabama charm

The next time you're in Birmingham, give a shout to Matthew Goodman. You know we favor Southern boys for the Morning Fix and Goodman shows why: rugged physique and flirtatious charm.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’ finale: And the winner is …

Five months and more than 40 columns later, this is the last recap for the suckfest known as “American Idol 9.” Some of you thought I was bitchy and grumpy, but thanks for sticking with it to the bitter end.    READ MORE »

MondoHomies gotcha covered this weekend

The organizers of MondoHomo continue to build on their grassroots queer fest with this year’s Memorial Weekend alternaPride arts, culture and social justice fandango. Hold onto your hats.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? No, not yet! Aw! Came too soon

Many guys have issues with premature ejaculation. Go from two-pump chump to long-time champ by understanding, working through and conquering the five stages of sexual response.    READ MORE »

Gay newspaper exec now helms Creative Loafing

As Creative Loafing reshapes itself and prepares for the launch of a new look online and in print next month, one thing is clear: The paper is unlikely to move away from covering LGBT issues.    READ MORE »

New CDs for your big gay Memorial Day

Just in time to throw into the car with your swimsuit, new albums by Lady Gaga, Leela James, Marina & the Diamonds, Rihanna and Will Young, plus two soundtracks, “Sex & the City 2” and “True Blood.”    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 30 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Hey, Wednesday. My, aren’t you looking diverse today? You have a little something for everyone from jocks, businesspeople, youth and dads to theater queens, fantasy girls and bar flies.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Michael Edward back for more

You so enjoyed West Virginia native Michael Edward when we first exposed him to you last year that we spent some time to nail down more photos for your viewing pleasure. And now we deliver.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol:’ Season Finale Part 1

The worst season of “American Idol” is almost over. Crystal Bowersox and Lee Dewyze sang three songs Tuesday for your votes to be crowned the next "Idol."    READ MORE »

A softball pageant fit for kings & queens [photos]

Hundreds of people packed Jungle on Saturday for a sometimes raunchy, oftentimes comical pageant to name the king and queen of the Hotlanta Softball League.    READ MORE »

 
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