Friday: 18 gay things to do today

Attention shoppers: We have a special on Friday events for your holiday weekend on Aisle 3. Don’t stampede, because that’s just rude. Besides, there’s plenty for everyone.    READ MORE »

Friday: Co’D short on names, big on muscle

When you're as stacked as Co'D, one name is enough for us to remember you. Standing 6'0" with black hair and piercing green eyes doesn't hurt, either.    READ MORE »

Why you’re a fat ass and you car is in jeopardy

Consider this as you plan your nightlife for the long holiday weekend: You might be a fat ass who smokes too much and parking in Midtown may be hazardous to the health of your car.    READ MORE »

Homophobia, double standards & Adam Lambert

"...The American Music Awards left many of [Lambert's] fans, Christian conservative wing nuts and parents who'd let their young children stay up until nearly 11 p.m. in absolute OUTRAGE!"    READ MORE »

Thanksgiving: 14 gay things to do today

Happy Thanksgiving, Atlanta! Whatever your holiday plans, most of your favorite gay hotspots are open and offering a little sumthin-sumthin to get you through it--or to get you over it.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Alex Wan’s cornucopia of campaign affirmation

If you're Alex Wan, you've got much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. He hits the final days of the campaign with more endorsements to feed the mojo needed to get supporters to the polls on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Atlanta loses longtime activist Ed Scruggs, 80

LGBT activists and veterans joined in grieving the death of Ed Scruggs (photo) at a Nov. 18 memorial service that honored the man’s decades-long service to his country and to gay rights.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Sports

Using holiday eating to your body’s advantage

You know you want to do it. You know you're going to do it. It's what makes the holidays the holidays. Eating piles of holiday food will happen. Here’s how to do it free of guilt.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Reed, Norwood exchange barbs over gay issues

Kasim Reed will head to the heart of the gayborhood Wednesday to respond to charges from LGBT supporters of Mary Norwood that his lack of support for marriage equality is an insult to gay families.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 18 gay things to do today

If you’re off work already, congrats! If you’re driving, condolences. Tradition dictates that if you're in town, you must get up, get out and do something at one or more of these events.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Edílson as our Brazilian ‘Dream Boy’

His name is quite a mouthful, but we're willing to try: Edílson do Nascimento Azevedo. Fans make it easier by just calling the 23-year-old Brazilian "Dream Boy." We agree.    READ MORE »

Thanksgiving Eve tradition: DJs and dance floors

Change may be 2009’s theme, but the long-held Atlanta tradition of partying hard the night before Thanksgiving continues with DJ beats at Heretic, Jungle, Opera, the Eagle and Bodyshop.    READ MORE »

Eagle patrons file federal lawsuit over raid

Some 19 people detained during the Eagle raid fired back Tuesday, filing a federal lawsuit against the city, its police chief and four-dozen officers claiming violations of federal and state laws.    READ MORE »

Glambert and Gaga duke it out for gay dollars

After two of the most memorable appearances on Sunday’s American Music Awards, Adam Lambert and Lady Gaga are among the biggest—and gayest—new releases this week.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Perimeter College holds anti-hate rally Tuesday

LGBT students at Georgia Perimeter College/Clarkston are mad as hell, and they're not going to take hateful slurs scrawled last month on their interactive art installation for Coming Out Day.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 16 gay things to do today

The Eagle lawsuit against the city means you need somewhere to talk about it. Fourth Tuesday Dinner returns, Yoga by Yolo, Simone Bell Meet and Greet, author Larry Corse and more.    READ MORE »

City, police to face lawsuit over Eagle raid

A national gay legal group is joining with an Atlanta attorney to file a discrimination lawsuit against the City of Atlanta and a handful of police officers for the controversial raid at the Eagle in September.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Nicholas Lemons makes us pucker

Oh, how we love a little ink on our guys. Or in the case of Nicholas Lemons, a lot of ink placed strategically along one of his muscular arms.    READ MORE »

News  |  Crime

Court: Cobb lesbian’s murder conviction stands

The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday upheld the conviction and life sentence given to Baretta Harold Pierce, a lesbian who killed the 4-month-old baby of her partner in 2005.    READ MORE »

Adam Lambert tops big gay gasps on AMAs

With a new album finally on the streets, the buzz about Adam Lambert is still more about his ability to make headlines. Sunday’s charged American Music Awards performance helps--sell records.    READ MORE »

 
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Friday: 18 gay things to do today

Attention shoppers: We have a special on Friday events for your holiday weekend on Aisle 3. Don’t stampede, because that’s just rude. Besides, there’s plenty for everyone.    READ MORE »

Friday: Co’D short on names, big on muscle

When you're as stacked as Co'D, one name is enough for us to remember you. Standing 6'0" with black hair and piercing green eyes doesn't hurt, either.    READ MORE »

Why you’re a fat ass and you car is in jeopardy

Consider this as you plan your nightlife for the long holiday weekend: You might be a fat ass who smokes too much and parking in Midtown may be hazardous to the health of your car.    READ MORE »

Homophobia, double standards & Adam Lambert

"...The American Music Awards left many of [Lambert's] fans, Christian conservative wing nuts and parents who'd let their young children stay up until nearly 11 p.m. in absolute OUTRAGE!"    READ MORE »

Thanksgiving: 14 gay things to do today

Happy Thanksgiving, Atlanta! Whatever your holiday plans, most of your favorite gay hotspots are open and offering a little sumthin-sumthin to get you through it--or to get you over it.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Alex Wan’s cornucopia of campaign affirmation

If you're Alex Wan, you've got much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. He hits the final days of the campaign with more endorsements to feed the mojo needed to get supporters to the polls on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Atlanta loses longtime activist Ed Scruggs, 80

LGBT activists and veterans joined in grieving the death of Ed Scruggs (photo) at a Nov. 18 memorial service that honored the man’s decades-long service to his country and to gay rights.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Sports

Using holiday eating to your body’s advantage

You know you want to do it. You know you're going to do it. It's what makes the holidays the holidays. Eating piles of holiday food will happen. Here’s how to do it free of guilt.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Reed, Norwood exchange barbs over gay issues

Kasim Reed will head to the heart of the gayborhood Wednesday to respond to charges from LGBT supporters of Mary Norwood that his lack of support for marriage equality is an insult to gay families.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 18 gay things to do today

If you’re off work already, congrats! If you’re driving, condolences. Tradition dictates that if you're in town, you must get up, get out and do something at one or more of these events.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Edílson as our Brazilian ‘Dream Boy’

His name is quite a mouthful, but we're willing to try: Edílson do Nascimento Azevedo. Fans make it easier by just calling the 23-year-old Brazilian "Dream Boy." We agree.    READ MORE »

Thanksgiving Eve tradition: DJs and dance floors

Change may be 2009’s theme, but the long-held Atlanta tradition of partying hard the night before Thanksgiving continues with DJ beats at Heretic, Jungle, Opera, the Eagle and Bodyshop.    READ MORE »

Eagle patrons file federal lawsuit over raid

Some 19 people detained during the Eagle raid fired back Tuesday, filing a federal lawsuit against the city, its police chief and four-dozen officers claiming violations of federal and state laws.    READ MORE »

Glambert and Gaga duke it out for gay dollars

After two of the most memorable appearances on Sunday’s American Music Awards, Adam Lambert and Lady Gaga are among the biggest—and gayest—new releases this week.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Perimeter College holds anti-hate rally Tuesday

LGBT students at Georgia Perimeter College/Clarkston are mad as hell, and they're not going to take hateful slurs scrawled last month on their interactive art installation for Coming Out Day.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 16 gay things to do today

The Eagle lawsuit against the city means you need somewhere to talk about it. Fourth Tuesday Dinner returns, Yoga by Yolo, Simone Bell Meet and Greet, author Larry Corse and more.    READ MORE »

City, police to face lawsuit over Eagle raid

A national gay legal group is joining with an Atlanta attorney to file a discrimination lawsuit against the City of Atlanta and a handful of police officers for the controversial raid at the Eagle in September.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Nicholas Lemons makes us pucker

Oh, how we love a little ink on our guys. Or in the case of Nicholas Lemons, a lot of ink placed strategically along one of his muscular arms.    READ MORE »

News  |  Crime

Court: Cobb lesbian’s murder conviction stands

The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday upheld the conviction and life sentence given to Baretta Harold Pierce, a lesbian who killed the 4-month-old baby of her partner in 2005.    READ MORE »

Adam Lambert tops big gay gasps on AMAs

With a new album finally on the streets, the buzz about Adam Lambert is still more about his ability to make headlines. Sunday’s charged American Music Awards performance helps--sell records.    READ MORE »

 
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