Sunday: 16 gay things to do today

Nothing says gay Sunday like half-price tickets to “Harvey Milk,” two art shows, fundraising for a gay candidate, and Pride-O-Ween Week kickoffs with brunch or the Armorettes. Let the games begin!    READ MORE »

Oh that Sister Louisa’s wacky Sunday Services

Dang that kooky artist, bartender and local gadabout Grant Henry, aka Sister Louisa (top photo). He never ceases to surprise us, and his irreverent new monthly art gathering is no exception.    READ MORE »

Gender-bending Cobb teen returns to Miami

Spark a little controversy in Cobb County over gender norms, hit New York City for a talk show and then skip town for Miami. It's been a busy couple of weeks for Jonathan Escobar.    READ MORE »

Saturday: James Nyman’s fruity experience

Usually, we're all about the meat. But James Nyman is giving us a new outlook on the vegetarian experience. We could eat fruit and vegetables with him for days.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 27 gay things to do today

Saturdays were made for lovin' you, baby. Gay Atlanta cranks it up a notch with events from poetry and burlesque to a gay Iraq War vet, from local talents to international sensations.    READ MORE »

DJ Escalante knows we like our Mexican spicy

It’s been a while since Carioca Productions brought almost-weekly parties to Atlanta, but a Saturday appearance at Jungle by DJ Isaac Escalante lets us taste what we’ve been missing.    READ MORE »

Saturday ALHI events plead: ‘Save the TaTas’

Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Bellissima want you to remember lesbian breasts. The ‘Titty Titty Bang Bang’ party and ‘Health Fair 2 Go’ each takes matters firmly in hand.    READ MORE »

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Police changing tactics in wake of Eagle raid?

The differences between the Atlanta Police Department's raid of the Eagle last month and its raid of a strip club last week are becoming more stark. And disturbing.    READ MORE »

Friday: Lance Bass as a badass boxer

Lance Bass hasn't been shy about showing his gym-sculpted bod since he bacame gay and proud and all that. But now, he's working to get a little scruffy. The results aren't so bad.    READ MORE »

Friday: 24 gay things to do today

Two dozen get-togethers are what make Friday so gay. Happy hours, Jerusalem House Halloween Bash, artsy pursuits, benefits and more bar nights than you can handle.    READ MORE »

‘Carnevale’ masks partiers but exposes its cause

The Jerusalem House Halloween Bash on Friday may be gay Atlanta’s best annual costume party, but it also raises awareness for one of the city’s most loved AIDS housing programs.    READ MORE »

Stonewall Dems toast their endorsed candidates

Tis the season for political endorsements, and Atlanta Stonewall Democrats celebrated theirs on Wednesday with candidates aplenty during an event in Midtown.    READ MORE »

Dwight Eubanks: ‘I am not the sixth housewife’

Whether he's offering tours of his regal home or dishing that he's bi and engaged, Dwight Eubanks keeps it real. That's what we expect on Thursday's finale of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."    READ MORE »

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Eagle supporters take third protest to Midtown

Just a handful of people took part in an underwear protest on Wednesday in Midtown, the third rally in the wake of the Atlanta Police Department's raid of the Eagle six weeks ago.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Jonathan Waud is our ‘supermodel’

Oh, how we remember Jonathan Waud from Bravo's "Make Me A Supermodel." The straight and sexy Brit didn't take the crown, but he won us over with his personality and smoldering good looks.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 21 gay things to do today

A tradition as old as the 40-hour work week itself: start the weekend on Thursday night. Click your picks from these options for the detailed scoop, or click to view our full list at the end.    READ MORE »

Mayoral sniping catches gay leader in crosshairs

With the Atlanta mayoral race coming to a close, the sniping between candidates is on the rise. Caught in the crossfire is a gay assistant, Glen Paul Freedman, a longtime LGBT leader and activist.    READ MORE »

Congress sends Ryan White bill to Obama

The U.S. House voted 408-9 Wednesday to enact the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act. The House version matches a Senate version that passed Monday by unanimous consent.    READ MORE »

Lounge Thursdays embraces its ‘Alter Ego’

If you haven’t been to Lounge Thursdays yet, this is the week to acquaint yourself, as the posh weekly party at the W Midtown showcases Paul Wolski’s popular Alter Ego Pop Art.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: What to wear to an Eagle protest

Can't figure out what to wear to the underwear protest set for Wednesday? We dedicate our Morning Fix to offering suggestions on how to dress for success when you're protesting in Midtown.    READ MORE »

 
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Sunday: 16 gay things to do today

Nothing says gay Sunday like half-price tickets to “Harvey Milk,” two art shows, fundraising for a gay candidate, and Pride-O-Ween Week kickoffs with brunch or the Armorettes. Let the games begin!    READ MORE »

Oh that Sister Louisa’s wacky Sunday Services

Dang that kooky artist, bartender and local gadabout Grant Henry, aka Sister Louisa (top photo). He never ceases to surprise us, and his irreverent new monthly art gathering is no exception.    READ MORE »

Gender-bending Cobb teen returns to Miami

Spark a little controversy in Cobb County over gender norms, hit New York City for a talk show and then skip town for Miami. It's been a busy couple of weeks for Jonathan Escobar.    READ MORE »

Saturday: James Nyman’s fruity experience

Usually, we're all about the meat. But James Nyman is giving us a new outlook on the vegetarian experience. We could eat fruit and vegetables with him for days.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 27 gay things to do today

Saturdays were made for lovin' you, baby. Gay Atlanta cranks it up a notch with events from poetry and burlesque to a gay Iraq War vet, from local talents to international sensations.    READ MORE »

DJ Escalante knows we like our Mexican spicy

It’s been a while since Carioca Productions brought almost-weekly parties to Atlanta, but a Saturday appearance at Jungle by DJ Isaac Escalante lets us taste what we’ve been missing.    READ MORE »

Saturday ALHI events plead: ‘Save the TaTas’

Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Bellissima want you to remember lesbian breasts. The ‘Titty Titty Bang Bang’ party and ‘Health Fair 2 Go’ each takes matters firmly in hand.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Police changing tactics in wake of Eagle raid?

The differences between the Atlanta Police Department's raid of the Eagle last month and its raid of a strip club last week are becoming more stark. And disturbing.    READ MORE »

Friday: Lance Bass as a badass boxer

Lance Bass hasn't been shy about showing his gym-sculpted bod since he bacame gay and proud and all that. But now, he's working to get a little scruffy. The results aren't so bad.    READ MORE »

Friday: 24 gay things to do today

Two dozen get-togethers are what make Friday so gay. Happy hours, Jerusalem House Halloween Bash, artsy pursuits, benefits and more bar nights than you can handle.    READ MORE »

‘Carnevale’ masks partiers but exposes its cause

The Jerusalem House Halloween Bash on Friday may be gay Atlanta’s best annual costume party, but it also raises awareness for one of the city’s most loved AIDS housing programs.    READ MORE »

Stonewall Dems toast their endorsed candidates

Tis the season for political endorsements, and Atlanta Stonewall Democrats celebrated theirs on Wednesday with candidates aplenty during an event in Midtown.    READ MORE »

Dwight Eubanks: ‘I am not the sixth housewife’

Whether he's offering tours of his regal home or dishing that he's bi and engaged, Dwight Eubanks keeps it real. That's what we expect on Thursday's finale of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News  |  videos

Eagle supporters take third protest to Midtown

Just a handful of people took part in an underwear protest on Wednesday in Midtown, the third rally in the wake of the Atlanta Police Department's raid of the Eagle six weeks ago.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Jonathan Waud is our ‘supermodel’

Oh, how we remember Jonathan Waud from Bravo's "Make Me A Supermodel." The straight and sexy Brit didn't take the crown, but he won us over with his personality and smoldering good looks.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 21 gay things to do today

A tradition as old as the 40-hour work week itself: start the weekend on Thursday night. Click your picks from these options for the detailed scoop, or click to view our full list at the end.    READ MORE »

Mayoral sniping catches gay leader in crosshairs

With the Atlanta mayoral race coming to a close, the sniping between candidates is on the rise. Caught in the crossfire is a gay assistant, Glen Paul Freedman, a longtime LGBT leader and activist.    READ MORE »

Congress sends Ryan White bill to Obama

The U.S. House voted 408-9 Wednesday to enact the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act. The House version matches a Senate version that passed Monday by unanimous consent.    READ MORE »

Lounge Thursdays embraces its ‘Alter Ego’

If you haven’t been to Lounge Thursdays yet, this is the week to acquaint yourself, as the posh weekly party at the W Midtown showcases Paul Wolski’s popular Alter Ego Pop Art.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: What to wear to an Eagle protest

Can't figure out what to wear to the underwear protest set for Wednesday? We dedicate our Morning Fix to offering suggestions on how to dress for success when you're protesting in Midtown.    READ MORE »

 
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