The National Flag Football League of Atlanta hit full stride on its spring season on Saturday with a full slate of games, a cookout and even a skills competition.
The Week 6 action at Candler Park came after the gay league’s Opening Day, a festive margarita bust, some warm-ups and training for newbies. There were games on April 14, too.
The league continues its season on Saturday.
The City of Atlanta continues to be an overachiever when it comes to LGBT equality, again notching a perfect score -- actually 104 -- on the HRC’s Municipal Equality Index. Eight other Georgia cities flopped in dramatic fashion. READ MORE »
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 »