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Tuesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

At a loss for what to do after work? Get by with a little help from your friends. LGBT Atlanta turns out chats, sports, karaoke, a new show at Shout and more game nights than you can handle.    READ MORE »

Two ATL teams top volleyball tourney [photos]

With names like Swallows, Tossers, Queen and Just the Tip, you know it had to be some sort of gay sports tournament. Those were among the 22 teams in the Hotlanta Classic XVIII earlier this month.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Josh Blank and his Aussie bum

There's something about an Aussie guy wrapping his good stuff in a swimsuit that strikes us as just right. Maybe it's thanks to the marketing of AussieBum or maybe it's just the bum of Josh Blank.    READ MORE »

Mr. Fierstein comes to Atlanta with two shows

When gay icon Harvey Fierstein finished his off-type stint in “Fiddler on the Roof” on Broadway four years ago, he never realized he’d be doing it again so soon—all over the country.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Sports  |  Health

Fitness: training tips for spring athletics

If your workout routine suffered over the weekend—or even all winter long—you can get back in the swing of things for spring, just like the gay sports leagues that are ramping up their spring schedules.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Battling the elements, losing

It was a bittersweet victory for Team Gay on the most recent episode of “Project Runway.” The results of fashioning looks based on earth, air, fire or water mostly created natural disasters.    READ MORE »

Bingo goes lights out for PALS [photos]

When the lights go out at a gay bar in Atlanta, the results aren't always good. Just ask the boys at the Eagle. But that wasn't the case on Wednesday with bingo at Jungle.    READ MORE »

Gaydar morphs into David and hits streets anew

Just nine days after picking up the assets of Southern Voice and David magazine in bankruptcy court, the owners of Gaydar magazine hit the streets with a re-branded nightlife glossy.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Monday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Monday Monday. Don’t get that day? Here’s a way to get it and get it good: Follow these Gay Agenda listings to community, arts and nightlife events in Atlanta. You’ll have Monday all figured out.    READ MORE »

Monday: Terron delivers the ‘Wood’

With a name like Wood, you know it's gotta be good. This established sexy boy, Terron Wood, is known for his lips and body and spends his days (and nights) in New York when not working the runway.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Sunday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Ugh. Our head hurts from Saturday in the LGBT-ATL. Don’t mix liquors. We may feel like that Johnny Cash song, “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” but here are Sunday's gay events coming up.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Thomas Ryan delivers the drinks

If you like your drinks served with a pound of flesh, then track down Thomas Ryan the next time you're in Fort Lauderdale. He slings drinks in the Florida city and does so with a good bit of brawn.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Saturday: 33 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s hard to know where to begin. Well, not at today’s six-venue pub crawl; that’s easy. And not if you like roller derby, social justice, beer busts and dancing. In fact, just start your Saturday right here.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Ayden Christiansen likes it muddy

Ayden Christiansen from the tiny town of Sharpsburg, Ga. likes the mud. So much, in fact, that he likes rubbing it on himself while he's wearing skimpy underwear. That's just how they roll in Sharpsburg.    READ MORE »

Now something different for your Saturday

An afternoon pub crawl is a rarity in its own right for gay Atlanta, but that’s just one of the fresh or special events set for Saturday that will shake up old ideas for a new time in the old town.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Pearl Day debt to non-profits impacts Gaydar

Months after underwhelming crowds dinged the financial hopes of Pearl Day last September, organizers have yet to pay the three non-profits they partnered with the $9,000 they promised to deliver.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Friday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Rain comes and rain goes. But like Celine Dion’s “Titanic” song, the Gay Agenda events calendar goes on and on (and on). Friday’s listings take you from dinner and drinks through to the arts and parties.    READ MORE »

Friday: Martin Pichler’s a sporty show off

It's that time of year when gay jocks start emerging outdoors. With flag football kicking off Saturday, we found Martin Pichler as a suitable sports-themed Morning Fix to help get you in a sport frame of mind.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’ Thursday: America’s Top 12

“American Idol” pours on the schmaltz like no other, and Thursday night’s elimination of four more contestants was no different. The opening montage was like a student film, but we have a Top 12.    READ MORE »

News  |  Eagle Raid  |  Community

Eagle 8 gets its day in court [photos]

Months after a controversial raid at the Atlanta Eagle, the eight men charged during the incident received their day in court Thursday. View photos from the trial as it progressed.    READ MORE »

 
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events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Tuesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

At a loss for what to do after work? Get by with a little help from your friends. LGBT Atlanta turns out chats, sports, karaoke, a new show at Shout and more game nights than you can handle.    READ MORE »

Two ATL teams top volleyball tourney [photos]

With names like Swallows, Tossers, Queen and Just the Tip, you know it had to be some sort of gay sports tournament. Those were among the 22 teams in the Hotlanta Classic XVIII earlier this month.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Josh Blank and his Aussie bum

There's something about an Aussie guy wrapping his good stuff in a swimsuit that strikes us as just right. Maybe it's thanks to the marketing of AussieBum or maybe it's just the bum of Josh Blank.    READ MORE »

Mr. Fierstein comes to Atlanta with two shows

When gay icon Harvey Fierstein finished his off-type stint in “Fiddler on the Roof” on Broadway four years ago, he never realized he’d be doing it again so soon—all over the country.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Sports  |  Health

Fitness: training tips for spring athletics

If your workout routine suffered over the weekend—or even all winter long—you can get back in the swing of things for spring, just like the gay sports leagues that are ramping up their spring schedules.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Battling the elements, losing

It was a bittersweet victory for Team Gay on the most recent episode of “Project Runway.” The results of fashioning looks based on earth, air, fire or water mostly created natural disasters.    READ MORE »

Bingo goes lights out for PALS [photos]

When the lights go out at a gay bar in Atlanta, the results aren't always good. Just ask the boys at the Eagle. But that wasn't the case on Wednesday with bingo at Jungle.    READ MORE »

Gaydar morphs into David and hits streets anew

Just nine days after picking up the assets of Southern Voice and David magazine in bankruptcy court, the owners of Gaydar magazine hit the streets with a re-branded nightlife glossy.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Monday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Monday Monday. Don’t get that day? Here’s a way to get it and get it good: Follow these Gay Agenda listings to community, arts and nightlife events in Atlanta. You’ll have Monday all figured out.    READ MORE »

Monday: Terron delivers the ‘Wood’

With a name like Wood, you know it's gotta be good. This established sexy boy, Terron Wood, is known for his lips and body and spends his days (and nights) in New York when not working the runway.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Sunday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Ugh. Our head hurts from Saturday in the LGBT-ATL. Don’t mix liquors. We may feel like that Johnny Cash song, “Sunday Morning Coming Down,” but here are Sunday's gay events coming up.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Thomas Ryan delivers the drinks

If you like your drinks served with a pound of flesh, then track down Thomas Ryan the next time you're in Fort Lauderdale. He slings drinks in the Florida city and does so with a good bit of brawn.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Saturday: 33 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s hard to know where to begin. Well, not at today’s six-venue pub crawl; that’s easy. And not if you like roller derby, social justice, beer busts and dancing. In fact, just start your Saturday right here.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Ayden Christiansen likes it muddy

Ayden Christiansen from the tiny town of Sharpsburg, Ga. likes the mud. So much, in fact, that he likes rubbing it on himself while he's wearing skimpy underwear. That's just how they roll in Sharpsburg.    READ MORE »

Now something different for your Saturday

An afternoon pub crawl is a rarity in its own right for gay Atlanta, but that’s just one of the fresh or special events set for Saturday that will shake up old ideas for a new time in the old town.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Pearl Day debt to non-profits impacts Gaydar

Months after underwhelming crowds dinged the financial hopes of Pearl Day last September, organizers have yet to pay the three non-profits they partnered with the $9,000 they promised to deliver.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Friday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Rain comes and rain goes. But like Celine Dion’s “Titanic” song, the Gay Agenda events calendar goes on and on (and on). Friday’s listings take you from dinner and drinks through to the arts and parties.    READ MORE »

Friday: Martin Pichler’s a sporty show off

It's that time of year when gay jocks start emerging outdoors. With flag football kicking off Saturday, we found Martin Pichler as a suitable sports-themed Morning Fix to help get you in a sport frame of mind.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’ Thursday: America’s Top 12

“American Idol” pours on the schmaltz like no other, and Thursday night’s elimination of four more contestants was no different. The opening montage was like a student film, but we have a Top 12.    READ MORE »

News  |  Eagle Raid  |  Community

Eagle 8 gets its day in court [photos]

Months after a controversial raid at the Atlanta Eagle, the eight men charged during the incident received their day in court Thursday. View photos from the trial as it progressed.    READ MORE »

 
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