T-shirt designer puts new graphics on face masks in the COVID era
coronavirus  |  Q&A  |  Community

T-shirt designer puts new graphics on face masks in the COVID era

Coronavirus hits and everyone scrambles to define themselves in a new era. What’s a queer Atlanta graphic tee designer to do? Create masks, of course.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues cancel tournaments, go virtual

LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues cancel tournaments, go virtual

The Hotlanta Softball League and Hotlanta Volleyball Association canceled its annual tournaments, and the 30th Annual Atlanta Pride Run has gone virtual in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

LNDN calling: Musician launches foundation for queer artists

LNDN calling: Musician launches foundation for queer artists

Shining a light on the black, queer experience is part and parcel of the music by local artist LNDN. Now the Atlanta artist has found a way to give back to other creators.    READ MORE »

Kemp keeps bars, nightclubs closed through May

Kemp keeps bars, nightclubs closed through May

Gov. Brian Kemp ordered bars, nightclubs and live performance venues to remain closed for nearly three more weeks, a move that LGBTQ business owners said they understand, even as they are anxious to reopen.    READ MORE »

Ahmaud Arbery’s killing renews call for Georgia hate crimes law

Ahmaud Arbery’s killing renews call for Georgia hate crimes law

A powerful GOP lawmaker wants an LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill, and Gov. Brian Kemp hinted he’s open to the legislation, which stalled last year amid opposition from other Republicans.    READ MORE »

Former Atlantan, Stonewall historian David Carter dead at 67

Former Atlantan, Stonewall historian David Carter dead at 67

A native Georgian, who graduated from Emory and spoke in Atlanta last year about his LGBTQ history work, has died. David Carter leaves behind a rich legacy. He was 67.    READ MORE »

Atlanta essential worker steps up and ‘still standing’ in hard times

Atlanta essential worker steps up and ‘still standing’ in hard times

When bars and shops became casualties of the pandemic, an LGBTQ Atlanta man lost one of his two jobs. Luckily, his other job gave him a critical role in the crisis.    READ MORE »

Mayor Bottoms: Call police if groups aren’t physical distancing

Mayor Bottoms: Call police if groups aren’t physical distancing

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said it’s still too early to reopen Atlanta and urged residents to call the city’s non-emergency center or police to report public gatherings that lack physical distancing.    READ MORE »

The best queer virtual events to do in quarantine this week

The best queer virtual events to do in quarantine this week

LGBTQ-ATL won’t let each other do lockdown fatigue alone. Shows, parties, discussions and other gatherings remind us we are not alone, during the pandemic and beyond.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta author wins coveted Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

Gay Atlanta author wins coveted Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

LGBTQ Atlanta's constellation of stars became brighter this week when Emory professor Jericho Brown became the 2020 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.    READ MORE »

City stops event permits, but Atlanta Pride is not canceled

City stops event permits, but Atlanta Pride is not canceled

The City of Atlanta has not canceled the Atlanta Pride festival and other outdoor events scheduled for the fall, despite a news outlet reporting that it had.    READ MORE »

Grindr taps gay Atlanta couple to give each other quarantine haircuts

Grindr taps gay Atlanta couple to give each other quarantine haircuts

Grindr reached into Atlanta last week to tap male couples attempting to tame each other’s quarantine hair. The results are sometimes heartwarming and often hilarious.    READ MORE »

Dozens of LGBTQ Atlanta non-profits need you on #GivingTuesday

Dozens of LGBTQ Atlanta non-profits need you on #GivingTuesday

We know. You’re a giver. You give and give. But there’s always room for a little more fundraising for worthy LGBTQ causes. This time it’s from the comfort of home.    READ MORE »

Joining Hearts cancels summer pool party fundraiser

Joining Hearts cancels summer pool party fundraiser

The summer pool party blowout from Joining Hearts – a July event that attracts more than 1,000 people in a sea of abs and skimpy swimsuits to raise money for HIV charities – is calling it quits. You can thank Miss Rona.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ owners keep restaurant dining rooms closed – for now

LGBTQ owners keep restaurant dining rooms closed – for now

Dining rooms in some LGBTQ restaurants and gay-popular eateries will remain closed, as owners are concerned about the safety and comfort of their employees and customers.    READ MORE »

Re-evaluating ourselves and our relationships during quarantine

Re-evaluating ourselves and our relationships during quarantine

I miss our community. In the midst of self-imposed isolation, I have spent some time going deep and cleaning my own internal house. You can too.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gala postponed, HRC takes financial hit over coronavirus

Atlanta gala postponed, HRC takes financial hit over coronavirus

On Saturday, more than 1,000 LGBTQ Atlantans and their supporters were scheduled to toast equality and raise cash in a downtown hotel. Then coronavirus.    READ MORE »

The Best Queer Things to Do in Quarantine This Week

The Best Queer Things to Do in Quarantine This Week

The Queer Agenda is your calendar of virtual shows, soirees and specials, but most of all, a guide to LGBTQ Atlanta connections to keep quarantine crazy at bay.    READ MORE »

Coronavirus prompts Athens Pride to cancel fall street festival

Coronavirus prompts Athens Pride to cancel fall street festival

Athens Pride, citing concern for volunteers and attendees, canceled its street festival set for October and turned to helping non-profits assisting people during the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Thieves steal safe, damage alarm system at BJ Roosters

Thieves steal safe, damage alarm system at BJ Roosters

Thieves took advantage of the coronavirus shutdown, breaking into a popular gay Atlanta bar on Cheshire Bridge Road and stealing its safe stuffed with $10,000 in cash.    READ MORE »

 
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T-shirt designer puts new graphics on face masks in the COVID era
coronavirus  |  Q&A  |  Community

T-shirt designer puts new graphics on face masks in the COVID era

Coronavirus hits and everyone scrambles to define themselves in a new era. What’s a queer Atlanta graphic tee designer to do? Create masks, of course.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues cancel tournaments, go virtual

LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues cancel tournaments, go virtual

The Hotlanta Softball League and Hotlanta Volleyball Association canceled its annual tournaments, and the 30th Annual Atlanta Pride Run has gone virtual in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

LNDN calling: Musician launches foundation for queer artists

LNDN calling: Musician launches foundation for queer artists

Shining a light on the black, queer experience is part and parcel of the music by local artist LNDN. Now the Atlanta artist has found a way to give back to other creators.    READ MORE »

Kemp keeps bars, nightclubs closed through May

Kemp keeps bars, nightclubs closed through May

Gov. Brian Kemp ordered bars, nightclubs and live performance venues to remain closed for nearly three more weeks, a move that LGBTQ business owners said they understand, even as they are anxious to reopen.    READ MORE »

Ahmaud Arbery’s killing renews call for Georgia hate crimes law

Ahmaud Arbery’s killing renews call for Georgia hate crimes law

A powerful GOP lawmaker wants an LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill, and Gov. Brian Kemp hinted he’s open to the legislation, which stalled last year amid opposition from other Republicans.    READ MORE »

Former Atlantan, Stonewall historian David Carter dead at 67

Former Atlantan, Stonewall historian David Carter dead at 67

A native Georgian, who graduated from Emory and spoke in Atlanta last year about his LGBTQ history work, has died. David Carter leaves behind a rich legacy. He was 67.    READ MORE »

Atlanta essential worker steps up and ‘still standing’ in hard times

Atlanta essential worker steps up and ‘still standing’ in hard times

When bars and shops became casualties of the pandemic, an LGBTQ Atlanta man lost one of his two jobs. Luckily, his other job gave him a critical role in the crisis.    READ MORE »

Mayor Bottoms: Call police if groups aren’t physical distancing

Mayor Bottoms: Call police if groups aren’t physical distancing

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said it’s still too early to reopen Atlanta and urged residents to call the city’s non-emergency center or police to report public gatherings that lack physical distancing.    READ MORE »

The best queer virtual events to do in quarantine this week

The best queer virtual events to do in quarantine this week

LGBTQ-ATL won’t let each other do lockdown fatigue alone. Shows, parties, discussions and other gatherings remind us we are not alone, during the pandemic and beyond.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta author wins coveted Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

Gay Atlanta author wins coveted Pulitzer Prize for Poetry

LGBTQ Atlanta's constellation of stars became brighter this week when Emory professor Jericho Brown became the 2020 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.    READ MORE »

City stops event permits, but Atlanta Pride is not canceled

City stops event permits, but Atlanta Pride is not canceled

The City of Atlanta has not canceled the Atlanta Pride festival and other outdoor events scheduled for the fall, despite a news outlet reporting that it had.    READ MORE »

Grindr taps gay Atlanta couple to give each other quarantine haircuts

Grindr taps gay Atlanta couple to give each other quarantine haircuts

Grindr reached into Atlanta last week to tap male couples attempting to tame each other’s quarantine hair. The results are sometimes heartwarming and often hilarious.    READ MORE »

Dozens of LGBTQ Atlanta non-profits need you on #GivingTuesday

Dozens of LGBTQ Atlanta non-profits need you on #GivingTuesday

We know. You’re a giver. You give and give. But there’s always room for a little more fundraising for worthy LGBTQ causes. This time it’s from the comfort of home.    READ MORE »

Joining Hearts cancels summer pool party fundraiser

Joining Hearts cancels summer pool party fundraiser

The summer pool party blowout from Joining Hearts – a July event that attracts more than 1,000 people in a sea of abs and skimpy swimsuits to raise money for HIV charities – is calling it quits. You can thank Miss Rona.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ owners keep restaurant dining rooms closed – for now

LGBTQ owners keep restaurant dining rooms closed – for now

Dining rooms in some LGBTQ restaurants and gay-popular eateries will remain closed, as owners are concerned about the safety and comfort of their employees and customers.    READ MORE »

Re-evaluating ourselves and our relationships during quarantine

Re-evaluating ourselves and our relationships during quarantine

I miss our community. In the midst of self-imposed isolation, I have spent some time going deep and cleaning my own internal house. You can too.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gala postponed, HRC takes financial hit over coronavirus

Atlanta gala postponed, HRC takes financial hit over coronavirus

On Saturday, more than 1,000 LGBTQ Atlantans and their supporters were scheduled to toast equality and raise cash in a downtown hotel. Then coronavirus.    READ MORE »

The Best Queer Things to Do in Quarantine This Week

The Best Queer Things to Do in Quarantine This Week

The Queer Agenda is your calendar of virtual shows, soirees and specials, but most of all, a guide to LGBTQ Atlanta connections to keep quarantine crazy at bay.    READ MORE »

Coronavirus prompts Athens Pride to cancel fall street festival

Coronavirus prompts Athens Pride to cancel fall street festival

Athens Pride, citing concern for volunteers and attendees, canceled its street festival set for October and turned to helping non-profits assisting people during the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Thieves steal safe, damage alarm system at BJ Roosters

Thieves steal safe, damage alarm system at BJ Roosters

Thieves took advantage of the coronavirus shutdown, breaking into a popular gay Atlanta bar on Cheshire Bridge Road and stealing its safe stuffed with $10,000 in cash.    READ MORE »

 
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