ALHI receives grant to broaden services

The Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative is among four community-based organizations sharing $60,000 to link non-profits with researchers from Emory, Morehouse and Georgia Tech.    READ MORE »

Monday: 21 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Yes, conservatives. There is a Gay Agenda. It’s Project Q Atlanta’s daily calendar of events, with such wicked activities as discussion forums, charity shows, sports and even S.I.N. events.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 13 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s You O’Clock. Time to take your day or let the day lead you where it may. Either way, enjoy it with brunch, special guests and the do-good drag of Sunday in the LGBT-ATL.    READ MORE »

Mary Edith Pitts celebrates two decades in drag

Richard Cherry–better known as legendary drag queen Mary Edith Pitts–celebrates 20 years in drag on Sunday with a drag-studded anniversary event at Burkharts Pub.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Judah Gavra is bi ... lingual

Judah Gavra can say he's sexy in three languages. But really, do you need him to tell you something that's so painfully obvious? Wet, dry, muddy or otherwise, he can tell us whatever he wants.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 31 gay things to do in Atlanta today

A slew of LGBT events let you dance like no one’s watching. Of course, they are, but don’t let it keep you from these festivals, parties, performances and shows.    READ MORE »

AID Atlanta celebrates with fundraiser [photos]

Someone never bothered to tell AID Atlanta that Cinco de Mayo is an excuse to be festive, not so serious. But the non-profit didn't get the message and spent the Mexican holiday raising bucks.    READ MORE »

Saturday night special shoots first 2-day FLUX

What could make a DJ Vicki Powell FLUX party even better? Make it last into the next day with a swank bed to crash in between. The first FLUXdeluxe goes down Saturday and Sunday.    READ MORE »

Friday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

More fun than you can shake your stick at. Start with West Fest, a photo exhibit, sports, Chita Rivera live and several music performances, and keep going from there.    READ MORE »

Friday: Chris Shewmaker keeps fit in the ATL

To help motivate you to get off your ass this weekend and do something good for your body–as opposed to soaking it in Cinco de Mayo tequila–we offer Atlanta guy and CrossFit buff Chris Shewmaker.    READ MORE »

Phelps protest turns chaotic in Midtown [photos]

A polite protest in Midtown pitting a handful of anti-gay activists against hundreds of counter-protesters turned chaotic Thursday when the larger crowd swarmed the group from Westboro Baptist Church.    READ MORE »

Why LGBT Atlantans should care about Census

Census Bureau reps are knocking on doors. If your 2010 Census envelope is still sitting unopened, Georgia Equality lays out why gay Georgians might think twice about blowing it off.    READ MORE »

Kyle Keyser paints town gay with Margaret Cho

Oh, that rabble-rousing former candidate for mayor! On his latest webisode, Keyser whisks off fruit fly Cho to wreak havoc at Steeplechase then bail to Wig Out with the queers.    READ MORE »

Cinco de Mayo draws big gay crowds [photos]

When the Mexican army scored an unlikely victory over French forces 148 years ago, they had no idea that the commemoration would turn into a fabulously gay party day called Cinco de Mayo.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 22 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Activism and fundraising for a cause fall alongside the usual Thursday fun to make this a day of opportunity. Do the right thing. Dig into your pocket or dig into your self and participate.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Andrea Minguzzi will pin you fast

Since true jocks–you know, the ones like Cristiano Ronaldo that do the sporty thing professionally, not just in front of a camera–prove so popular, we offer Italian wrestler Andrea Minguzzi.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Top 5 becomes the Top 4

It’s a good thing the producers lined up Lady Gaga for Wednesday’s elimination show after Sinatra Night, because Tuesday’s “American Idol” ratings were in the toilet.    READ MORE »

Crowd pops corks at Uncork A Cure [photos]

Hundreds of people popped the corks of more than 100 varieties of wine and sampled food from scores of restaurants last Thursday to raise money for AIDS research.    READ MORE »

Gutterball or strike, fight HIV/AIDS Thursday

Whether you like to brag about your bowling average or you’d rather avoid the conversation, everyone can enjoy this year’s Gutterball: Strike for a Cause for AID Atlanta and Open Hand.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? What to say on that new-guy date

The key to good conversation with a new guy is like good sheets: high thread count. The more you keep the conversation going in multiple directions, the less likely either of you will be bored.    READ MORE »