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Ga. Senate kills only perk left for gays: incest

The Georgia Senate voted with unanimity and speed on Thursday to close a loophole in state law and strip gay couples of the only advantage they enjoy over their heterosexually-coupled neighbors.    READ MORE »

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Reed clarifies remarks over Eagle lawsuit, probe

Mayor Kasim Reed on Wednesday called a lawsuit over the police raid at the Eagle a “serous threat” to the city, but the comments came as he also continued his support of a probe into the incident.    READ MORE »

New Kai Lin show puts us in a state ‘Grace’

Kai Lin Art, the uber-hip, gay-owned Midtown art space, does it again. After a talk-of-the-town opening and show for “Popstars & Cokeheads,” the gallery opens “GRACE | Lush. Ethereal. Color.” on Friday.    READ MORE »

‘Masters’ in theater: two shows open Friday

If there are two sides to every coin, a pair of plays opening Friday each flips the coin to see both sides: a Terrance McNally drama about opera singer Maria Callas, and a comedy about an amnesiac.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Friday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Such a mixed bag of tricks for your Friday night in LGBT Atlanta. Art? Check. Music? Check. Comedy? Check. Drag shows? Check. “Guys Gone Wild”? Check, check, and oh yeah, check.    READ MORE »

Friday: Chris works a construction site

There's something about pairing a hottie with a dog that makes him even hotter. You know what we mean -- take a trip through Piedmont Park on a warm day. Chris, though, doesn't really need the assistance.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community  |  Media Diet

GA Voice hits streets with its debut issue

Keeping tabs on gay Atlanta's media landscape the last four months has been a ride worthy of Six Flags, yet one that left its gays without a paper. That changed Thursday as the GA Voice hit the streets.    READ MORE »

Interview: Jennifer Coolidge makes Atlanta laugh

With shows in town this Thursday through Sunday, actress and comedian Jennifer Coolidge is working her hilarity and showing her love for Atlanta. We jumped at the chance to chat.    READ MORE »

News  |  Eagle Raid  |  Community

Reed calls Eagle lawsuit ‘threat to city’

Mayor Kasim Reed on Wednesday lashed out at a federal lawsuit against Atlanta over its botched police raid at the Eagle, calling the pending litigation a serious threat to the city.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Thursday: 22 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you’re a youth who likes “Boys On The Side,” an athlete in motion, a giver for the Kid In All Of Us, a music art and film lover “Etcetera,” or just a party hound, we gotchyer back.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Tim’s Speedo fetish suited for Hawaii

Oh, to be a college student in Hawaii. That's the case of Tim, a 19-year-old senior who has a Christopher Atkins-"Blue Lagoon" sort of thing happening. That and he has a Speedo fetish.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Wednesday’s Top 12 elimination

The Top 12 became the Top 11 on “American Idol” Wednesday after the bottom three became the bottom one, and the contestant up for elimination had to sing for a chance to stay in the competition.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Trouble with ‘who’s the bottom’

In the ever-present world of some gay men to label themselves and others, the question arises: during oral, who’s the “bottom”? We have an answer, but why waste valuable sex time worrying about it?    READ MORE »

Gay Irish for a day: St. Paddy bar crawl [photos]

St. Patrick's Day is a holiday never known as a celebration of sobriety. So it was the case on Saturday when LGBT folks took part in the St. Paddy's Gay Pub Crawl that snaked its way through Midtown.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Wednesday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Put on your green and add the theme of the day to weekly games for the luck of the Irish and parties tricked out to make others green with envy.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Tucker Allen lures us with dimples

You know we like our locals for the Morning Fix. There's the allure of maybe running into them while we're out. But when they've got a smile and dimples, too, that's even better. Meet Tucker Allen.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Top 12 sing the Rolling Stones

The “American Idol” Top 12 sang the songs of the Rolling Stones on Tuesday, and for the most part, it didn’t suck nearly as bad as I thought it would.    READ MORE »

Demons beer bust means softball near [photos]

When the Wet Demons host a beer bust, it means a couple of things: The venue is well stocked with beer, there are plenty of sleeveless shirts and the gay softball season has arrived.    READ MORE »

Alex Wan and his his coupon-clipping zeal

We know a lot about Alex Wan. He’s an engineer. He’s a politician. He’s partnered with a guy named Hot Gay Joe. And he’s cheap. A miser. A spendthrift. Say it ain't so, Alex!    READ MORE »

‘Drag Race’ recap: For queens about to rock

Are guest judges Henry Rollins and Terri Nunn still hot? The latest episode of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race” gives a resounding “yes!” But can the glam squad contestants can handle rock and roll?    READ MORE »

 
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News  |  Politics

Ga. Senate kills only perk left for gays: incest

The Georgia Senate voted with unanimity and speed on Thursday to close a loophole in state law and strip gay couples of the only advantage they enjoy over their heterosexually-coupled neighbors.    READ MORE »

News  |  Eagle Raid  |  Community

Reed clarifies remarks over Eagle lawsuit, probe

Mayor Kasim Reed on Wednesday called a lawsuit over the police raid at the Eagle a “serous threat” to the city, but the comments came as he also continued his support of a probe into the incident.    READ MORE »

New Kai Lin show puts us in a state ‘Grace’

Kai Lin Art, the uber-hip, gay-owned Midtown art space, does it again. After a talk-of-the-town opening and show for “Popstars & Cokeheads,” the gallery opens “GRACE | Lush. Ethereal. Color.” on Friday.    READ MORE »

‘Masters’ in theater: two shows open Friday

If there are two sides to every coin, a pair of plays opening Friday each flips the coin to see both sides: a Terrance McNally drama about opera singer Maria Callas, and a comedy about an amnesiac.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Friday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Such a mixed bag of tricks for your Friday night in LGBT Atlanta. Art? Check. Music? Check. Comedy? Check. Drag shows? Check. “Guys Gone Wild”? Check, check, and oh yeah, check.    READ MORE »

Friday: Chris works a construction site

There's something about pairing a hottie with a dog that makes him even hotter. You know what we mean -- take a trip through Piedmont Park on a warm day. Chris, though, doesn't really need the assistance.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community  |  Media Diet

GA Voice hits streets with its debut issue

Keeping tabs on gay Atlanta's media landscape the last four months has been a ride worthy of Six Flags, yet one that left its gays without a paper. That changed Thursday as the GA Voice hit the streets.    READ MORE »

Interview: Jennifer Coolidge makes Atlanta laugh

With shows in town this Thursday through Sunday, actress and comedian Jennifer Coolidge is working her hilarity and showing her love for Atlanta. We jumped at the chance to chat.    READ MORE »

News  |  Eagle Raid  |  Community

Reed calls Eagle lawsuit ‘threat to city’

Mayor Kasim Reed on Wednesday lashed out at a federal lawsuit against Atlanta over its botched police raid at the Eagle, calling the pending litigation a serious threat to the city.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Thursday: 22 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you’re a youth who likes “Boys On The Side,” an athlete in motion, a giver for the Kid In All Of Us, a music art and film lover “Etcetera,” or just a party hound, we gotchyer back.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Tim’s Speedo fetish suited for Hawaii

Oh, to be a college student in Hawaii. That's the case of Tim, a 19-year-old senior who has a Christopher Atkins-"Blue Lagoon" sort of thing happening. That and he has a Speedo fetish.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Wednesday’s Top 12 elimination

The Top 12 became the Top 11 on “American Idol” Wednesday after the bottom three became the bottom one, and the contestant up for elimination had to sing for a chance to stay in the competition.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Trouble with ‘who’s the bottom’

In the ever-present world of some gay men to label themselves and others, the question arises: during oral, who’s the “bottom”? We have an answer, but why waste valuable sex time worrying about it?    READ MORE »

Gay Irish for a day: St. Paddy bar crawl [photos]

St. Patrick's Day is a holiday never known as a celebration of sobriety. So it was the case on Saturday when LGBT folks took part in the St. Paddy's Gay Pub Crawl that snaked its way through Midtown.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Wednesday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Put on your green and add the theme of the day to weekly games for the luck of the Irish and parties tricked out to make others green with envy.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Tucker Allen lures us with dimples

You know we like our locals for the Morning Fix. There's the allure of maybe running into them while we're out. But when they've got a smile and dimples, too, that's even better. Meet Tucker Allen.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Top 12 sing the Rolling Stones

The “American Idol” Top 12 sang the songs of the Rolling Stones on Tuesday, and for the most part, it didn’t suck nearly as bad as I thought it would.    READ MORE »

Demons beer bust means softball near [photos]

When the Wet Demons host a beer bust, it means a couple of things: The venue is well stocked with beer, there are plenty of sleeveless shirts and the gay softball season has arrived.    READ MORE »

Alex Wan and his his coupon-clipping zeal

We know a lot about Alex Wan. He’s an engineer. He’s a politician. He’s partnered with a guy named Hot Gay Joe. And he’s cheap. A miser. A spendthrift. Say it ain't so, Alex!    READ MORE »

‘Drag Race’ recap: For queens about to rock

Are guest judges Henry Rollins and Terri Nunn still hot? The latest episode of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race” gives a resounding “yes!” But can the glam squad contestants can handle rock and roll?    READ MORE »

 
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