Thursday: Paint me, Alex Prinze

Mix Italian, Lebanese, Scottish and English together and what do you get? Someone along the lines of Alex Prinze. He plays a messy painter in a way that makes this photo shoot even more sizzling.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol:’ Idol Gives Back, Part 2

Wednesday’s “American Idol” opened with President Obama and the First Lady urging everyone to donate. Barack called everyone his dawgs, and Michelle urged Simon to be nice.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Run, gays, run: 5 seek seats in Ga. legislature

At least five gay and lesbian candidates want to win a seat in the Georgia General Assembly this year, including two who are seeking re-election and two others who have run in the past.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Make manscaping scream-free

So many gay men groom their body hair that it’s best to know what you’re doing. Stubble is bad enough, but here are some no-shave options with varying degrees of burn, baby, burn!    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 28 gay things to do in Atlanta today

The long and winding list of LGBT activities and events brings us these faves: Dining Out For Life, ATL Film Fest afterparty, Gold & Chocolate and girls, both real and imagined.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Alex Pirolozzi’s perfection

He cut his curly locks, hit the gym and bulked up. Which leads us to this question: Is Alex Pirolozzi better toned down with bushy hair or bulked up with a slicked back hairdo?    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Idol Gives Back, Part 1

It was a night of inspirational songs for the Top 7 on “American Idol,” which is celebrating “Idol Gives Back,” where the show dedicates Tuesday and Wednesday to raising money for charity.    READ MORE »

Dining Out For Life: Have a meal, give a meal

Eat out Wednesday at one of more than 150 participating restaurants, and 20 percent of your bill goes to help Open Hand deliver more than 5,000 meals to Georgians in need each day.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Media Diet

New gay glossy Fenuxe arrives on Thursday

Think Atlanta’s gay media scene hasn’t seen enough twists and turns in the last five months? Another one unfolds later this week when a new LGBT magazine arrives.    READ MORE »

‘Drag Race’ recap: Feeding the finale frenzy

Three and a half hours of shows draw “RuPaul’s Drag Race 2” to a close next week. Heightening the anticipation, Ru torched up the backlight Monday for the season highlight episode.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 31 gay things to do in Atlanta today

There’s really no time to recover from the weekend before the unleashing of more event options. ATL Film Fest, multiple games and karaoke spots, plus the Jason Carter fundraiser.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Ryan Phillippe hits the gym hard

Ryan Phillippe hits the gym–hard. Whatever fuels the sexy actor's desire to be a gym rat is inspiring, so much so that Men's Health celebrated the lean and toned 35-year-old by putting him on its cover.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Health

Fitness: Eight weeks to the ultimate beach body

If you like a challenge, want to lose fat and gain strength to give you your ultimate Beach Body, we offer this day-by-day, step-by-step workout that can help get you there quickly.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Media Diet

Gaydar’s Southern Voice makes its debut

With a 32-page glossy edition, Southern Voice hit the streets on Friday with its debut issue under new owners, five months after the paper shut its doors amidst the collapse of its then parent company.    READ MORE »

Monday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Lawdy Miss Clawdy. It's Monday already. It’s gonna be alright. Here are some LGBT-centric movies, games, forums and shows that are your just reward you for pressing through the day.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Pro-gay Norwood steps into Fulton commish race

UPDATED | 2:28 p.m. Mary Norwood, who developed strong support among LGBT voters in her failed mayoral bid last year, will run for chair of the Fulton County Commission.    READ MORE »

Monday: Denis Goossens vaults to the top

Walk softly and carry a big stick. That's our motto and it seems to be the favorite of Denis Goossens, too. And the Belgium pole vaulter likes to show off his stick–in the woods, in a field and in a barn.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

No matter what your tastes, LGBT Atlanta lays out a Sunday for your ever-changing moods. Out of so many activities and events on the full list, these are a few of our favorite things.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Josh Keim scores a touchdown

So football season may be over, but when Josh Keim straps on the pads and those skin tight uniform pants, you'll be ready for a return to the gridiron. Don't worry–he can work a swimsuit, too.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Rugby players pitch their meat

Selling sandwiches hasn't been this sexy (or homoerotic) since Tim Rock was feeding his foot-long into a sassy oven for Quiznos. Now, it's some muscled jocks pitching their meat for Daunat.    READ MORE »

 
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