‘Runway’ recap: Boys (and girls) in the ‘hood

Four iconic neighboroods. Four teams of two. That’s the starting lineup for the latest “Project Runway” challenge that took the designers to Harlem, East Village, Upper East Side and Chinatown.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Health

Fitness: Stretching your way to better health

Before we became such a highly industrialized, automated and sedentary society, most Americans spent most of their day doing some form of physical activity. Today, we must use it or lose it.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay bullying cited in Georgia teen’s suicide

The parents of a mentally impaired student in north Georgia who committed suicide are suing his former school, alleging that administrators did nothing to stop the bullying their son faced.    READ MORE »

Monday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Monday is a state of mind. Shake off your initial reaction and the day’s headaches with LGBT community and nightlife events that give you something to look forward to. Let us count the ways.    READ MORE »

Monday: Joshua gets to the core of things

The few times we've spent canoodling with a dancer left us with an appreciation for their flexibility. Combine that with a body of well-constructed beefcake and you have someone like Joshua.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 14 gay things to do in Atlanta today

We count the two-dozen weekly LGBT-friendly church services as “one gay thing to do” on Sunday. That leaves over a dozen more arts, sports, community and bar options at your fingertips.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Diego Amaral shares his sexy

Does a talented photographer make the guy hot? Or is a hot guy made hotter by a good photographer? It's an interesting question and one we thought of when we spotted Diego Amaral.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Media Diet

Gaydar fires salvo at GA Voice over SoVo name

The new owners of Southern Voice and David magazine fired a shot at the GA Voice on Friday, issuing a cease and desist letter that accuses the new LGBT publication of wrongly using the SoVo name.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Top picks for Saturday include Armorettes at the zoo, Bowling For Equality, Xplosion women’s football, Mary’s new Hot Mess and DJs like local cutie Adam Saunders and NYC’s Joe Gauthreaux.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Three woofs for Farhad

Well hello, daddy. We often get a bum rap for devoting our Morning Fix to the young, muscled and hairless. We depart from that today to deliver Farhad, who looks good in long johns or nothing at all.    READ MORE »

Rain doesn’t deter Hit Mob festivities [photos]

Rain may have dampened its pre-season softball tournament, but the Atlanta Hit Mob never missed a beat when it came to post-game festivities last Sunday.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Ga. Senate kills only perk left for gays: incest

The Georgia Senate voted with unanimity and speed on Thursday to close a loophole in state law and strip gay couples of the only advantage they enjoy over their heterosexually-coupled neighbors.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Reed clarifies remarks over Eagle lawsuit, probe

Mayor Kasim Reed on Wednesday called a lawsuit over the police raid at the Eagle a “serous threat” to the city, but the comments came as he also continued his support of a probe into the incident.    READ MORE »

New Kai Lin show puts us in a state ‘Grace’

Kai Lin Art, the uber-hip, gay-owned Midtown art space, does it again. After a talk-of-the-town opening and show for “Popstars & Cokeheads,” the gallery opens “GRACE | Lush. Ethereal. Color.” on Friday.    READ MORE »

‘Masters’ in theater: two shows open Friday

If there are two sides to every coin, a pair of plays opening Friday each flips the coin to see both sides: a Terrance McNally drama about opera singer Maria Callas, and a comedy about an amnesiac.    READ MORE »

Friday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Such a mixed bag of tricks for your Friday night in LGBT Atlanta. Art? Check. Music? Check. Comedy? Check. Drag shows? Check. “Guys Gone Wild”? Check, check, and oh yeah, check.    READ MORE »

Friday: Chris works a construction site

There's something about pairing a hottie with a dog that makes him even hotter. You know what we mean -- take a trip through Piedmont Park on a warm day. Chris, though, doesn't really need the assistance.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Media Diet

GA Voice hits streets with its debut issue

Keeping tabs on gay Atlanta's media landscape the last four months has been a ride worthy of Six Flags, yet one that left its gays without a paper. That changed Thursday as the GA Voice hit the streets.    READ MORE »

Interview: Jennifer Coolidge makes Atlanta laugh

With shows in town this Thursday through Sunday, actress and comedian Jennifer Coolidge is working her hilarity and showing her love for Atlanta. We jumped at the chance to chat.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Reed calls Eagle lawsuit ‘threat to city’

Mayor Kasim Reed on Wednesday lashed out at a federal lawsuit against Atlanta over its botched police raid at the Eagle, calling the pending litigation a serious threat to the city.    READ MORE »