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Queens United hosts first benefit for ex Burkhart’s performers

The queens who quit Burkhart's over racist social media posts came together on Friday for the first Queens United benefit show.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Alex Mecum makes Kyra Mora ‘Shameless’ for Valentine’s

Alex Mecum and all of his meaty assets delivered big for Blake's on Wednesday as the Midtown hotspot offered a Valentine's edition of Shameless with host Kyra Mora.    READ MORE »


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Joining Hearts cocktails its Valentine’s with Love on the Rocks

Joining Hearts kicked off its event season with Love on the Rocks on Sunday, shifting its annual Valentine's themed event to the Wimbish House on Peachtree Street.    READ MORE »


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Joe Gauthreaux gives a dance party ‘Rise’ to Heretic

DJ Joe Gauthreaux – who knows how to work the hunks of Atlanta Pride nightlife and so many more signature local events – returned on Saturday to give Heretic a Rise.    READ MORE »


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Pub crawl highlights black LGBTQ-owned bars, lounges

Black LGBTQ activists put the focus on four black LGBTQ-owned restaurants and bars on Saturday with a scrumptious and cocktail-infused bar crawl.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Sports fans pack Woofs for Super Bowl watch party

When there's a championship to be won, Woofs is the place for LGBT sports fans to watch it happen. So it's little wonder that the bar was packed for the Super Bowl on Sunday.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Daniel Weaver DJs the crowd at Eagle into Submission

DJ Daniel Weaver drove the crowd into Submission on Saturday at the Eagle with his mixture of club, bootleg and dominating sexy beats.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Heifers, fans throw big closing party for Cowtippers

LGBT fans of Cowtippers joined with the queens of the Heifer Review on Sunday to close down the popular steak and spirits eatery that's been a staple of Midtown since 1993.    READ MORE »


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Tossed Salad debuts its new show at My Sister’s Room

Tossed Salad took its fresh mix of queens to My Sister's Room on Sunday for the premiere of the show in its new Midtown home.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

‘Outpouring of support’ convinces Cowtippers to stay open

Cowtippers – the iconic and LGBT popular restaurant slated to close on Sunday – is getting a new lease on life. Or at least a two-week reprieve on its death sentence.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Armorettes celebrate 39th anniversary with two nights of drag-raising

The Armorettes celebrated 39 years of camp drag fundraising for HIV causes with two days of blowout shows.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Action Cycling launches new fundraiser with Woofs beer bust

Action Cycling Atlanta – the jocks who pedal their way to raising millions of dollars for HIV vaccine research – parked their bikes on Saturday to peddle beer and raise funds and awareness for a new event.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

‘Sweet Tea’ quenches your thirst for queer variety show

The queens of 'Sweat Tea' returned to the stage on Saturday, bringing their mix of drag, music and art to the stage for the first show of the New Year.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

DJ Phil B helps Heretic find its sexy Saturday

San Francisco-based music producer and DJ Phil B landed in Atlanta for a night of sexy fun on Saturday at Heretic.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

LGBT Atlanta honors social justice advocates during MLK breakfast

LGBT Atlanta celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., during the 17th Annual Bayard Rustin-Audre Lorde Breakfast by honoring transgender activist Dee Dee Chambers and two social justice advocates who passed away last year.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Burkhart’s brings the party favors to ring in New Year

Burkhart's strapped on its party favors, turned up the music and rang in 2018 with a bang on Dec. 31.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

UGA fans pack Woofs to cheer on Bulldogs during National Championship

Bulldog Nation descended on Woofs on Monday to cheer on UGA as it fought for its first national championship in 37 years.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Basement goes ‘80s with queer-inclusive Heyday Dance Party

Nonsense ATL – the purveyors of hip dance parties across Atlanta – helped a big, queer-inclusive crowd shake off the cold and get into the groove of a new year with its first '80s dance party of 2018 on Saturday.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Blake’s makes it rain for New Year’s Eve celebration

Drag, dancers and dollars made New Year's Eve a special night at Blake's as the Midtown bar celebrated with its annual Pennies From Heaven.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  

Ten kisses goodbye to 2017 with New Year’s Eve Ball

Ten toasted the arrival of 2018 with a special New Year's Eve Ball and a packed house on Sunday.    READ MORE »

 
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