At its annual fundraising fandango, the Atlanta chapter of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation celebrated some local and national media heroes in its ongoing role as watchdog for LGBT media representations.
On the long special-guest list were bigger names like actors Fran Drescher, Wilson Cruz, Kat Graham and Ian Somerhalder, CBS anchor Itay Hod, as well as local mainstream media gay touchstones like Melissa Carter and Brandon Rudat.
A slew of fun guests (top photo) from fancied up gay men and lesbians to even fancier drag personalities enjoyed artwork and entertainment by aerialists, the Armorettes, plus calendar boys representing photographer and stylist Richie Arpino’s latest, “Blue Gene Boys.”
Atlanta’s favorite glow-in-the-dark body paint party WackedOutBlackOut returned to My Sister’s Room on Saturday courtesy of host Wussy Mag. READ MORE »
DJ Diablo Rojo's popular quarterly party series ManShaft was back at Heretic on Saturday, and the boys reported to duty in military gear as ordered to mark the occasion. READ MORE »
After six long months away, popular long-running drag show Stars of the Century makes its Memorial Day return at its new home, Heretic. The show ended after Jungle closed last November. READ MORE »
The hookup was all good. Now you're all in, but are they? What happens when three Q readers who want more find out that their objects of affection might just be hittin' it and quittin' it? READ MORE »
A new chapter in LGBTQ Atlanta nightlife began on Tuesday as Midtown Moon hosted a soft opening for the venue taking over the space that was once home to Burkhart's. READ MORE »