Category:  Pride

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Pride 2010 set for Piedmont Park in October

The Atlanta Pride Festival, which shifted for the first time in its history to an October event this year, will remain a fall event in 2010 as it celebrates its 40th anniversary, organizers announced Friday.    READ MORE »

FindFred invades Pride to introduce m4m site

It’s no secret that the Atlanta Pride Festival provides opportunities for scoring a little flesh fix or finding “the one” for something a little more long-term. FindFred.com was hoping for just that.    READ MORE »

The people make the Pride parade [photos]

A good float always catches the eye. But it's the people along the route that add revelry and excitement to the Atlanta Pride Parade. And there were thousands of them lining the streets Nov. 1.    READ MORE »

ATL’s Pride parade in photos—hundreds of them

How many parades in Atlanta can boast of both a drum major and baton twirler in drag, dykes on bikes, churches and soapy Latin guys? Ah, yes, there can only be one Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Pride  |  Sports

Those sporty gays love a good Pride parade

Oh, how we love those sporty gays. You know the ones–they cycle, play rugby, splash around a pool and camp in the outdoors. They are so sporty and proud that they marched in the Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Andre De Shields ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ on ATL stop

It's a busy time for award-winning actor Andre De Shields. There's his Sunday romp through the Pride parade in a sizzling pink suit, his comedy at the Alliance and now more exposure in a national paper.    READ MORE »

Who received best in show for Pride parade?

What makes a winner at the Atlanta Pride Parade? Just ask Delta and Coca-Cola. And the Eagle? Yup, they all were among the entries dubbed best in show at the annual parade on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Politics  |  Pride

Pols in Pride parade get creative to snag votes

Some walked, others rode. At least one ran. But there they were stumping for LGBT votes. And we've got awards for the most creative use of props by politicians and candidates in the Atlanta Pride parade.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Nightlife  |  Pride

Pride gets ‘Heavenly’ for hundreds of lesbians

For hundreds of women, the start of their annual Atlanta Pride celebration beings with the Heaven party. From a dance floor to a lounge and plenty in between, the event offers a little something for everyone.    READ MORE »

Harris wears uniform during Pride despite flap

Dani Lee Harris, a police officer and controversial pick as a Pride parade grand marshal, wore her uniform on Sunday and joined a handful of openly LGBT officers in the annual parade.    READ MORE »

Monday: The hunks of Atlanta’s Pride parade

The Atlanta Pride parade means a lot of things to a lot of people. But it's also a chance for hunks to go shirtless, whether on a float or in the crowd soaking it all in.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Nightlife  |  Pride

Pride kickoff event packs Georgia Aquarium

More than 2,000 people put a gay twist on the axoim swim with the fishes on Friday, helping launch a weekend of Pride events with a dance party at the Georgia Aquarium.    READ MORE »

What’s Pride without anti-gay protesters?

Nothing says Atlanta Pride like rain and protesters. On Saturday, there was a little of both though the forecast calls for at least one to not be around on Sunday for the parade and festivities.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 31 Pride things to do today

We’ve got your Pride right here. The parade comes with watch parties and brunches, what’s up in the park, and enough pre- and post-festival events to make gay Atlanta Proud--and exhausted.    READ MORE »

Sunday brings headliners to Pride stage

The lineup of performers for Pride's Sunday stages includes the cream of the crop. Maybe you'll just plant it for Doubting Thomas, Eric Himan, Blake Lewis and the Starlight Cabaret all in a row.    READ MORE »

Pride toasts patrons, volunteers with reception

A few hundred people toasted the start of the Atlanta Pride Festival on Friday during a VIP reception in Midtown that featured inspiring words from U.S. Rep. John Lewis.    READ MORE »

Live, learn at Pride exhibits all weekend long

If you’re like us, you’re already nailing down your must-do list for Pride. But when gaps in your schedule arise, these installations take place all weekend and are well worth your while.    READ MORE »

Pride entertainers put variety on stage

The official lineup for Atlanta Pride's two stages fill both Saturday and Sunday with enough diversity to satisfy most tastes, from men to women, black to white, and from solo acts to bands.    READ MORE »

Pride 2010 poem wins Project Q Atlanta contest

When we promised tickets to the Pride Kickoff Party for comments about the uncertainty over Pride 2010, we were slammed, but even we didn’t imagine a poem would win the prize.    READ MORE »

Pride weather: Wet Sat. gives way to sunny Sun.

The forecast for this weekend is a little frightful, but should give way to sunny skies on Sunday for the annual Pride parade, which steps off at 1 p.m.    READ MORE »

 
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