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All-star women make ‘Nine’ worth seeing

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SoVo owner lost $195K a month before collapse

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Fake baking gays to face 10 percent tax

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Tuesday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Quit playing games with our hearts, but other game play is wholeheartedly encouraged. Among many events, your gay Tuesday sees sports, pool, cards, bingo and even truth or dare.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Scott Herman wants a fitness empire

Our fetish with Scott Herman is made worse by his fetish with form-fitting briefs, boxers and jock straps. The former "Real World" contestant wants to build a fitness empire one ab at a time.    READ MORE »

Anderson Cooper’s big gay New Year’s Eve show

CNN, its prime-time ratings sinking faster than a season of "Project Runway" on Lifetime, is turning to the gays for help. The network is planning the gayest New Year's Eve show ever.    READ MORE »

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Gay paper’s editor quits after lying about past

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Aiden Shaw perks up his Outwrite audience

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Monday: 19 gay things to do in Atlanta today

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Ruck & Maul pageant raises big bucks for Bucks

As far as fundraisers go, Atlanta Bucks Rugby raised more than $7,500. As far as drag pageants, the Miss Ruck & Maul wasn't pretty, but it was campy, bawdy and a success for the gay rugby club.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Chillaxin’ is the order of the day. Do it at home, at brunch, at Woofs with the Falcons game, at a Christmas play, at the Freedom Bands benefit concert or with Sukeban-A $2 Ho.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Jake Gyllenhaal’s new ab routine

Jake Gyllenhaal will soon be the Prince of Persia. Thankfully for his legions of subjects, his camp keeps leaking pics of the abilicious actor. And you thought he looked good getting humped by Heath Ledger.    READ MORE »

Let Freedom Bands make your ‘Yuletide Gay’

One time, at band camp…oh wait…different story—and the LGBT members of Atlanta Freedom Bands remember it. But this one is about how their 2009 holiday concert helps you help YouthPride.    READ MORE »

Stretching your way to better fitness

Stretching never seems to be at the top of anyone's list when they hit the gym. But follow a few simple principles and you'll soon discover the 10 to 15 minutes it adds to your workout pays dividends.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 28 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Your stocking overflows with LGBT-flavored holiday treats. The Big Freeze Spectacular, Naughty or Nice Santa party, DJ Joe Bermudez and a SantaCon Guerilla takeover meet weekly regulars.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Michael Fitt wants to train you

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Atlanta Executive Network celebrates holidays

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Hey homo: Facebook probably knows the mo’s

Facebook now knows how many of its 100 million U.S. members are black, Latin and Asian. But will it figure out how many of us are gay? Probably.    READ MORE »

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Gay paper defends editor over previous firing

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Can four out designers save ‘Project Runway’?

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All-star women make ‘Nine’ worth seeing

Gay director Rob Marshall (“Chicago”) has become the go-to man of sorts for adapting stage versions of popular musicals for TV/the silver screen, so we're eagerly awaiting his take on “Nine.”    READ MORE »

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SoVo owner lost $195K a month before collapse

When the parent companies of Southern Voice, David magazine and a handful of other LGBT publications collapsed last month, they did so bleeding more than $195,000 a month.    READ MORE »

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Fake baking gays to face 10 percent tax

Gay boys beware: Get your tanning bed fix for the winter soon, as the health care legislation moving through Congress will leave you feeling a bit burned.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Quit playing games with our hearts, but other game play is wholeheartedly encouraged. Among many events, your gay Tuesday sees sports, pool, cards, bingo and even truth or dare.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Scott Herman wants a fitness empire

Our fetish with Scott Herman is made worse by his fetish with form-fitting briefs, boxers and jock straps. The former "Real World" contestant wants to build a fitness empire one ab at a time.    READ MORE »

Anderson Cooper’s big gay New Year’s Eve show

CNN, its prime-time ratings sinking faster than a season of "Project Runway" on Lifetime, is turning to the gays for help. The network is planning the gayest New Year's Eve show ever.    READ MORE »

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Gay paper’s editor quits after lying about past

It seems that in gay newspapers, as in fashion, one day you are in and the next day you are out. That's the storyline at Atlanta Free Press, which is stumbling out of the gate in the race to replace SoVo.    READ MORE »

Aiden Shaw perks up his Outwrite audience

Gay porn star turned author Aiden Shaw chatted with fans and created a little buzz during an impromptu shirtless scene during his stop in Atlanta last week.    READ MORE »

Monday: 19 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Christmas Week can feel crazy. That’s only because it is. Take some time for yourself and get with friends if you can. LGBT Atlanta offers some Monday stress remedies.    READ MORE »

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Ruck & Maul pageant raises big bucks for Bucks

As far as fundraisers go, Atlanta Bucks Rugby raised more than $7,500. As far as drag pageants, the Miss Ruck & Maul wasn't pretty, but it was campy, bawdy and a success for the gay rugby club.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Chillaxin’ is the order of the day. Do it at home, at brunch, at Woofs with the Falcons game, at a Christmas play, at the Freedom Bands benefit concert or with Sukeban-A $2 Ho.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Jake Gyllenhaal’s new ab routine

Jake Gyllenhaal will soon be the Prince of Persia. Thankfully for his legions of subjects, his camp keeps leaking pics of the abilicious actor. And you thought he looked good getting humped by Heath Ledger.    READ MORE »

Let Freedom Bands make your ‘Yuletide Gay’

One time, at band camp…oh wait…different story—and the LGBT members of Atlanta Freedom Bands remember it. But this one is about how their 2009 holiday concert helps you help YouthPride.    READ MORE »

Stretching your way to better fitness

Stretching never seems to be at the top of anyone's list when they hit the gym. But follow a few simple principles and you'll soon discover the 10 to 15 minutes it adds to your workout pays dividends.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 28 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Your stocking overflows with LGBT-flavored holiday treats. The Big Freeze Spectacular, Naughty or Nice Santa party, DJ Joe Bermudez and a SantaCon Guerilla takeover meet weekly regulars.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Michael Fitt wants to train you

With a name like Michael Fitt, it's no surprise that the model and trainer takes his fitness seriously. Thankfully, the 23-year-old enjoys showing off his hard work in photos, videos and on his website.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Executive Network celebrates holidays

In a week that seemed set aside for holiday cocktails, mixers and celebrations, the Atlanta Executive Network weighed in with one of their own, too. It is that time of year.    READ MORE »

Hey homo: Facebook probably knows the mo’s

Facebook now knows how many of its 100 million U.S. members are black, Latin and Asian. But will it figure out how many of us are gay? Probably.    READ MORE »

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Gay paper defends editor over previous firing

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