Thursday: Thomas Synnamon gets us ‘Sleepless’

New York photographer Thomas Synnamon's new collection will keep you up at night. Soon, it'll be one of those big gay coffee table books you show to only certain friends. Thankfully, we got a peek.    READ MORE »

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Hope Clinic seeks gay men for HIV vaccine trial

If you’re an HIV-negative gay man under the age of 46, AIDS researchers in Atlanta want your help with a vaccine study in 12 cities that will involve 1,350 men.    READ MORE »

Your gay guide to New Year’s Eve in Atlanta

Never ones to disappoint when throwing down a special occasion, Atlanta's gay bars offer more than 20 options for you to to shower confetti all over the floor and sweep 2009 out the door.    READ MORE »

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Kyle Keyser makes paper’s ‘People of Year’ list

It's that time of year when journalists are stuck without actual stories to write, so they rehash their work and add a "Best of the Year" label. At least the Sunday Paper's list includes a gay guy we know.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 21 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Try as you might, you just can’t wait until New Year’s Eve. LGBT Atlanta has you covered. Arts, sports, community and nightlife including Charlie Brown’s 60th birthday bash.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Nathan Owens has the right DNA

From the cover of Aussie gay mag DNA to commercials for a body spray, we're happy to gaze at anything hunky Nathan Owens wants to show.    READ MORE »

Happy 60th birthday, Charlie Brown

It can’t be easy being the Bitch of Southern Drag for 41 years, and it's even harder to stay on top. But that’s just what Wednesday's birthday show celebrates as our most infamous drag queen turns 60.    READ MORE »

City Hall wants to tax your cocktails even more

In a final kick in the ass to those who enjoy what's left of Atlanta's nightlife, a lame-duck City Council supported a lame-duck mayor's wish to tax beer, wine and liquor even more.    READ MORE »

The gays goo goo for Lady Gaga in Atlanta

Lady Gaga hit Atlanta Monday for the first night of a double-dose of her Monster Ball Tour and the gays, not surprisingly, turned out in force. Several dressed the part, too, for a pre-party.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

You don’t play games? Yeah, right. Politicos set theirs aside for YouthPride, athletes compete, and bars present Bingo, Wii, Poker and even Truth or Dare. Plus art, radio chat and more.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Michael’s natural beauty

There's something about a shirtless guy sprawled out in nature or getting a playful lick from man's best friend that ratchets up the sexiness. Or maybe it just makes Michael look more like the guy next door.    READ MORE »

Bradley Cooper and Eric Dane’s love affair

It’s not just a fantasy cooked up in a post-holiday haze. But it’s not quite reality either. Bradley Cooper and McSteamy “Grey’s Anatomy” star Eric Dane will play lovers on the big screen.    READ MORE »

Bi-partisan dinner to benefit troubled YouthPride

Even politics can be put aside to raise funds for a struggling non-profit. That's the gist behind a fundraising dinner Tuesday for YouthPride being organized by some LGBT political heavyweights.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

At least one Atlantan is on Obama’s Team Gay

Nearly a year into President Obama's first term, his actions on LGBT issues hardly matches his rhetoric. But when it comes to hiring the gays, he's making progress and Atlanta has ties to at least one.    READ MORE »

Monday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

The holidays and the weekend are over, but you’re not done. Lady Gaga in town means pre- and post-parties, plus regular weekly gatherings you just can’t resist for catching up with your gays.    READ MORE »

Monday: Vladimir Ivanov warms up cold winters

We've been on a Brazilian fix of late, so we're broadening our horizons and gazing towards Russia. That's where Vladimir Ivanov hails from and he's hot enough to warm even that county's cold winters.    READ MORE »

Did mom dump you, the boyfriend for Christmas?

Today, I heard from a second friend that his mom refused to have him over for Christmas Eve dinner because he wanted to bring his boyfriend. On grounds that it’s against the Bible. On Christmas!    READ MORE »

Sunday: 17 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It's been a long weekend. Time for a holiday de-briefing with your gays. Get caught up with events from church to brunch, from game day to play day, from cocktails to AA.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Josh knows how to pack his gear

A sexy pair of underwear can go a long way in making a guy sexy. It complete the package. But there's got to be a foundation built of muscle and looks and thankfully Josh has what it takes.    READ MORE »

7 ways to keep fatigue from killing your workouts

Prolonged mental or physical effort, long work days and shifting schedules can all induce fatigue. And that certainly won't help your fitness routine (or work), so consider a few strategies for reducing fatigue.    READ MORE »

 
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Thursday: Thomas Synnamon gets us ‘Sleepless’

New York photographer Thomas Synnamon's new collection will keep you up at night. Soon, it'll be one of those big gay coffee table books you show to only certain friends. Thankfully, we got a peek.    READ MORE »

News  |  Sponsored Post  |  Health

Hope Clinic seeks gay men for HIV vaccine trial

If you’re an HIV-negative gay man under the age of 46, AIDS researchers in Atlanta want your help with a vaccine study in 12 cities that will involve 1,350 men.    READ MORE »

Your gay guide to New Year’s Eve in Atlanta

Never ones to disappoint when throwing down a special occasion, Atlanta's gay bars offer more than 20 options for you to to shower confetti all over the floor and sweep 2009 out the door.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Kyle Keyser makes paper’s ‘People of Year’ list

It's that time of year when journalists are stuck without actual stories to write, so they rehash their work and add a "Best of the Year" label. At least the Sunday Paper's list includes a gay guy we know.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 21 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Try as you might, you just can’t wait until New Year’s Eve. LGBT Atlanta has you covered. Arts, sports, community and nightlife including Charlie Brown’s 60th birthday bash.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Nathan Owens has the right DNA

From the cover of Aussie gay mag DNA to commercials for a body spray, we're happy to gaze at anything hunky Nathan Owens wants to show.    READ MORE »

Happy 60th birthday, Charlie Brown

It can’t be easy being the Bitch of Southern Drag for 41 years, and it's even harder to stay on top. But that’s just what Wednesday's birthday show celebrates as our most infamous drag queen turns 60.    READ MORE »

City Hall wants to tax your cocktails even more

In a final kick in the ass to those who enjoy what's left of Atlanta's nightlife, a lame-duck City Council supported a lame-duck mayor's wish to tax beer, wine and liquor even more.    READ MORE »

The gays goo goo for Lady Gaga in Atlanta

Lady Gaga hit Atlanta Monday for the first night of a double-dose of her Monster Ball Tour and the gays, not surprisingly, turned out in force. Several dressed the part, too, for a pre-party.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

You don’t play games? Yeah, right. Politicos set theirs aside for YouthPride, athletes compete, and bars present Bingo, Wii, Poker and even Truth or Dare. Plus art, radio chat and more.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Michael’s natural beauty

There's something about a shirtless guy sprawled out in nature or getting a playful lick from man's best friend that ratchets up the sexiness. Or maybe it just makes Michael look more like the guy next door.    READ MORE »

Bradley Cooper and Eric Dane’s love affair

It’s not just a fantasy cooked up in a post-holiday haze. But it’s not quite reality either. Bradley Cooper and McSteamy “Grey’s Anatomy” star Eric Dane will play lovers on the big screen.    READ MORE »

Bi-partisan dinner to benefit troubled YouthPride

Even politics can be put aside to raise funds for a struggling non-profit. That's the gist behind a fundraising dinner Tuesday for YouthPride being organized by some LGBT political heavyweights.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

At least one Atlantan is on Obama’s Team Gay

Nearly a year into President Obama's first term, his actions on LGBT issues hardly matches his rhetoric. But when it comes to hiring the gays, he's making progress and Atlanta has ties to at least one.    READ MORE »

Monday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

The holidays and the weekend are over, but you’re not done. Lady Gaga in town means pre- and post-parties, plus regular weekly gatherings you just can’t resist for catching up with your gays.    READ MORE »

Monday: Vladimir Ivanov warms up cold winters

We've been on a Brazilian fix of late, so we're broadening our horizons and gazing towards Russia. That's where Vladimir Ivanov hails from and he's hot enough to warm even that county's cold winters.    READ MORE »

Did mom dump you, the boyfriend for Christmas?

Today, I heard from a second friend that his mom refused to have him over for Christmas Eve dinner because he wanted to bring his boyfriend. On grounds that it’s against the Bible. On Christmas!    READ MORE »

Sunday: 17 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It's been a long weekend. Time for a holiday de-briefing with your gays. Get caught up with events from church to brunch, from game day to play day, from cocktails to AA.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Josh knows how to pack his gear

A sexy pair of underwear can go a long way in making a guy sexy. It complete the package. But there's got to be a foundation built of muscle and looks and thankfully Josh has what it takes.    READ MORE »

7 ways to keep fatigue from killing your workouts

Prolonged mental or physical effort, long work days and shifting schedules can all induce fatigue. And that certainly won't help your fitness routine (or work), so consider a few strategies for reducing fatigue.    READ MORE »

 
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