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Ga. Safe Schools reacts to Clayton charges

A statewide coalition against bullying in schools joins the fray of reactions as Clayton County schools and sheriffs investigate allegations that a high school teacher threatened a gay sophomore.    READ MORE »

Chamblee OKs protections for gay city workers

The DeKalb city of Chamblee scored one for its gay employees Tuesday. But for transgender folks, the municipality had this to say: Better luck next time.    READ MORE »

Frontal assault: Levi’s johnson not in Playgirl

All the hype, all the rumors alongside all the tongue-wagging and promises ultimately didn’t result in Levi Johnston baring the Palin grandbaby maker in his Playgirl shoot. Foul!    READ MORE »

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Developing: Final day for SoVo, David

UPDATED | 3:44 p.m. Former staffers of Southern Voice and David magazine arrived to clean out and clear out of their former workplace Wednesday, two days after the publisher collapsed.    READ MORE »

LGBT activist Glen Paul Freedman backs Reed

With the potential for the votes of Atlanta's LGBT population to play a pivotal role in the mayor's race, there's this interesting twist: Longtime LGBT activist Glen Paul Freedman is backing Kasim Reed.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 18 gay things to do today

We can’t decide whether to ask “Is it Wednesday already?” or “Is it only Wednesday?” But the conundrum won’t leave you questioning what to put on your to-do list. Check out these options.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Renato Ferreira works a wet t-shirt

Ponder this question: Do the talents of a photographer make Renato Ferreira hot or is it the wet t-shirt stretched across his muscled torso? Either way, we win.    READ MORE »

Wan gets bipartisan backing from gay groups

We won't tell if you won't. But gay Democrats joined with gay Republicans–we don't know who crossed party lines first–to back Alex Wan's bid for the District 6 seat on the Atlanta City Council.    READ MORE »

Clayton teacher accused of terror on gay student

As Clayton County schools looks into allegations that a teacher took out a hit on a gay student and the teacher awaits possible grand jury charges, a Tuesday disciplinary hearing was postponed.    READ MORE »

Necessary Luxuries: Topher’s new beginning

In his own unique style, longtime David Atlanta columnist Topher Payne reflects on the loss of the magazine and its sister, Southern Voice, and how much it means for everyone to connect.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 14 gay things to do today

Today is a day for moving forward. Do good work and include a Business Builder Lunch, then reward yourself with a cocktail party, a poetry reading, a fireside radio chat or a drinking game.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Kerry & AJ make quite a pair

Kerry Degman is a hottie on his own, but he's even better paired up with another. Fortunately, we've got AJ Abualrub and the two together make us sweat–in a good way.    READ MORE »

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams founders visit ATL

With a new book that looks to interiors with the economy in mind and a 20th Anniversary to celebrate, home design gurus Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams party at their Atlanta store Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Shock, sadness over loss of SoVo and David

As the news spread Monday of the permanent closure of Window Media, the owners of Southern Voice and David, the online reaction to Atlanta’s loss from former staffers and readers quickly went viral.    READ MORE »

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Short note ends two decades of SoVo history

UPDATED | 2:31 p.m. With a simple three-sentence notice taped to the door, the publishers of Southern Voice and David magazine ended two decades of gay media in Atlanta on Monday.    READ MORE »

Monday: 15 gay things to do today

With the closing of SoVo and David, the Monday blues may be harder to overcome than usual this week. Gather with others who feel the weight of the day for whatever reason at one of these events.    READ MORE »

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Southern Voice, David close, cease publication

UPDATED | 9:33 a.m. Southern Voice and David Atlanta magazine–along with other gay publications owned by Window Media–abruptly closed, ending a months-long battle with a federal receivership.    READ MORE »

Phillip Rush honored with new LGBT center

If Phillip Rush was watching, chances are he had a big smile across his face. The LGBT activist who died in April was honored Saturday during an event packed with gay leaders and political candidates.    READ MORE »

FindFred invades Pride to introduce m4m site

It’s no secret that the Atlanta Pride Festival provides opportunities for scoring a little flesh fix or finding “the one” for something a little more long-term. was hoping for just that.    READ MORE »

New music from Robbie Williams and the Killers

Everyone and their brother is releasing an album between now and the end of the year, so get ready for a slew of new music. These two Nov. 10 releases will have you singing a different tune.    READ MORE »