Q celebrates both sides of local LGBTQ life again this week as every week with the work and the werk front and center. But this issue hosts another celebration as well: Our first anniversary. Q magazine expanded Project Q Atlanta's 10-year reach into print on Nov. 16, 2017.
The staff enters our second year with grateful memories of the people we are here for – you, our readers. Our Queer Things feature this week invites you to celebrate with us as we look back on a few bits of our most popular covers and coverage.
We couldn’t be prouder of our first 12 months, or more excited about the opportunities to do even more in 2019 and beyond. As we hurtle into the future, check out 20 of our favorite covers.
With a cast of characters and a seasonal tour of Atlanta all in tow, this week’s Q hits the holidays offering best wishes to all the queers in Atlanta’s LGBTQ village. READ MORE »
Cowtippers — the iconic LGBTQ popular restaurant once slated to close earlier this year — appears to be closing for good on Dec. 27, according to a message on the restaurant’s website. READ MORE »
The Armorettes decorated their camp drag craziness with a holiday flair on Sunday at Midtown Moon. READ MORE »
There are few things more reliable in queer Atlanta than the Heretic. On Saturday, they packed the house to celebrate nearly three decades of giving queer Atlanta a place to party. READ MORE »
That feel when "I'm old enough to be his dad, but I kinda want to be his daddy" runs headlong into "I think this older guy is hot, but I’m not sure how to get his attention." READ MORE »