If you’re gay in Atlanta, and you are, you know that one of the sure bets for awesome Halloween costumes and sky-high prizes is Blake’s on the Park. This year didn’t disappoint.
With a promise to throw open its doors to all comers and sling the drinks like tomorrow’s Day of the Dead, the bar stayed true to its annual traditions: Boys, booze and beats. Some $2,000 in cash and prizes were awards for the scary, funny, crazy costume queens who matched the bar’s excitement level in their looks.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
Whether it’s “wintery mix” shutting down the city, or our zany way of setting interstates on fire, Atlanta is going to Atlanta. Our transman with a plan says survival is a gift that's always on trend in ATL. READ MORE »
The holiday theme pop-up bar Miracle on Monroe. nestled snugly in Midtown Promenade adjacent to the art cinema and across from Apres Diem, could be the queerest thing you do this season. READ MORE »
Supporters of Lost N Found Youth enjoyed casino games and a night of fun to raised funds for the non-profit that cares for LGBT Atlanta's queer homeless youth. READ MORE »
Fed up with a system of gender-biased oppression that keeps every one of us down, here’s how female, male, non-binary, cis and trans folks can all be feminists and do better in our daily lives. READ MORE »
The jocks of the Atlanta Rainbow Trout and their not-so-gay allies splashed around the pool at Georgia Tech for the annual St. Nicholas SCM Invitational. READ MORE »