A Dogwood Festival without the gays? No ma’am

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It's so festival season. And that means gay Atlanta comes out in force, either to run the thing, soak up the sun or drink up the beer. Case in point: Last weekend's Dogwood Festival, which stretched over three days for the 77th rendition of the event. And the gays didn't disappoint, helping fill Piedmont Park for the festival's offerings of artists, music and even the Disc Dog Southern Nationals. It was like an early Pride up in there. Photos by Sher Pruitt


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