Pride toasts patrons, volunteers with reception

A few hundred people toasted the start of the Atlanta Pride Festival on Friday during a VIP reception in Midtown that featured inspiring words from U.S. Rep. John Lewis.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Men of ‘300’ say happy Pride-O-Ween

As you make that last-minute scramble to find the perfect costume, we scoured our archives for some suggestions for today's Morning Fix. We found them in pics from the Dragon*Con parade last month.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 46 Pride-O-Ween things to do today

Try being in almost 50 places in a day. Unless you’re costume is the Eric Dane/Multiple Men mutant from X-Men or you're secretly cloning, we can only lay out the options, not get you there.    READ MORE »

Live, learn at Pride exhibits all weekend long

If you’re like us, you’re already nailing down your must-do list for Pride. But when gaps in your schedule arise, these installations take place all weekend and are well worth your while.    READ MORE »

Norwood gets donation from anti-gay Republican

Mary Norwood, a leading contender in a gay-friendly field for Atlanta mayor, received a contribution from a former Georgia attorney general who took his fight against gay rights to the U.S. Supreme Court.    READ MORE »

Pride entertainers put variety on stage

The official lineup for Atlanta Pride's two stages fill both Saturday and Sunday with enough diversity to satisfy most tastes, from men to women, black to white, and from solo acts to bands.    READ MORE »

Pride 2010 poem wins Project Q Atlanta contest

When we promised tickets to the Pride Kickoff Party for comments about the uncertainty over Pride 2010, we were slammed, but even we didn’t imagine a poem would win the prize.    READ MORE »

Coalition calls for improved gay outreach at APD

A coalition of LGBT leaders and groups issued an open letter Friday urging candidates to boost funding for the Atlanta Police Department's LGBT liaison and add more gay officers.    READ MORE »

Friday: 36 gay things to do today

We often kid about how many gay events are on any given day. Our top picks help you sort through three dozen events full of Pride-O-Ween magic—and that’s just Friday. Seriously.    READ MORE »

Pride weather: Wet Sat. gives way to sunny Sun.

The forecast for this weekend is a little frightful, but should give way to sunny skies on Sunday for the annual Pride parade, which steps off at 1 p.m.    READ MORE »

Friday: Mario Lopez as Halloween dominatrix

The return of Mario Lopez to "Nip/Tuck" provides perfect fodder for Pride-O-Ween. His appearance as a dominatrix scores the right mix of makeup, costume and muscle we hope to see this weekend.    READ MORE »

Aquarium bathes Pride kickoff in rainbow colors

Months of anticipation and a week of LGBT people jumping on board in the name of Pride culminate at Friday’s official Atlanta Pride Kickoff Party at the Georgia Aquarium.    READ MORE »

Kim Zolciak pleases the gays at Blake’s

Kim Zolciak hit Blake's again and this time, she left the drama behind. And pardon us for this, but she wasn't even "Tardy for the Party." It was a bit tough to pick her out in a crowd of drag queens, though.    READ MORE »

We know Anderson Cooper’s a giant ‘mo

When you're gay news hunk Anderson Cooper and your primetime show is dragging down CNN's ratings, what do you do? Bunk up with your muscular man friend in a $3,200-per-night hotel in India.    READ MORE »

Gay U.S. attorney, Michael Buble, Mel B

Thursday's world headlines leave us wondering: Should we laugh, cheer or cry? Mel B on a Spice Girls reunion? Yea! Michael Buble gay? Ha! Marriage opponents and nay sayers? Boo.    READ MORE »

Dial down the rhetoric over Pride grand marshal

The rhetoric surrounding Dani Lee Harris, the LGBT liaison for Atlanta police, as a grand marshal for Sunday's Pride parade is getting red hot. And the grandstanding is getting a little out of hand.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 26 gay things to do today

All aboard the Pride train. Venues and organizers are tripping over each other to make this the gayest week of 2009. Today's top picks include Pride art, sports, politics, parties and fashion.    READ MORE »

Outwrite event offers a Bo Dixon for all seasons

Thursday brings a chance that many bear lovers have been waiting for--a chance to get up-close and personal with beefy former Colt model Bo Dixon and have him sign his sexy new calendar.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Sid James as a sexy British expat

We can just imagine how sexy Sid James sounds with his British accent. With those looks and chiseled body, a sultry accent adds frosting to an already scrumptious cake.    READ MORE »

How can you resist an art show with ‘Only Dick’?

People celebrate Pride in so many ways. At a time when we're extolling the virtues of lesbian and gay unity, the W Midtown opens an exhibit Thursday that's decidedly one-sided.    READ MORE »