The parties are over, the skills sessions done, the drag is back in the closet, and it’s a wrap for the gay flag football jocks. The National Flag Football League of Atlanta crowned its summer season champ on Saturday: Zocalo Zocalitos.
The Beasts and the Tops played to a draw in the Consolation Bracket finale at Boulevard Crossing Park. In the championship, the Zocalitos dropped the Bombers 20-6 and ended the three-week sprint through the playoffs.
Cathy Woolard wants to be mayor. Sure, you might support her because she'd make history as Atlanta's first openly gay leader. But Woolard wants your vote because, she argues, she can do the job. READ MORE »
Atlanta’s gay sports bar got in on the Pride action starting on Friday and didn’t let up with a different game on every screen from College Football Saturday right through NFL Sunday. READ MORE »
Gay Atlanta often shortens the name Blake’s on the Park to “Blake’s” for simplicity sake, but during Pride, it’s the “Park” that makes it so ideal for a little extra merriment just steps away from the festival. READ MORE »
Sunday Funday got its ante upped on Pride Weekend. The weekly indoor-outdoor festivities at Ten on the corner of 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue became a hub for the annual Atlanta Pride Parade. READ MORE »
If you’re LGBTQ in Atlanta, and you are honey, you already know every Friday is the place to go for a welcoming time of dudes, drinks and DJ beats. On Pride weekend, it’s time to turn it up. READ MORE »