Toy Party draws throngs of people, toys [photos]

A crowd of thousands packed the Toy Party & Silent Auction on Sunday, the unofficial launch to the holiday party season and a fundraiser that collects cash and toys for 19 beneficiaries across Atlanta.    READ MORE »

AID Atlanta tree planting to honor Rush, Thornell

The deaths of Phillip Rush and Allen Thornell continue to reverberate across gay Atlanta and now AID Atlanta is once again commemorating the work of the two longtime LGBT activists.    READ MORE »

Monday: 22 gay things to do today

No rest for the weary. Recover fast from your busy weekend while web surfing with ARTvision and Same Gender Loving Expressions, or on the town with singer Barry Brandon and more.    READ MORE »

Monday: Cristiano Ronaldo’s new physique

Portuguese soccer stud Cristiano Ronaldo is known for stripping off his jersey on the field. He did it again over the weekend and unveiled a new sculpted torso that surprised even die-hard fans like us.    READ MORE »

Thanks to Project Q’s LGBT savvy supporters

Thanks to this week's advertisers, partners and sponsors for helping make it possible for us to bring you the latest LGBT news, buzz and events from across metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 36 gay things to do today

It’s rare when we can predict where 4,500 Atlanta gays will be. The Toy Party–plus pre- and post-parties–makes this one of those times. Plus other ways to feed your mind, body and soul.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Radoslav Vanko’s bloc of meat

Hunt through Eastern Europe and you may be fortunate enough to cross paths with Radoslav Vanko. The 26-year-old could convince us that his home of Slovakia might actually be worth visiting.    READ MORE »

Toy Party readies for crowd of thousands Sunday

There are parties and then there’s the Toy Party & Silent Auction. The mega gay event expects more than 4,000 people Sunday to the seventh incarnation of the holiday benefit.    READ MORE »

Glambert makes Walters’ Most Overexposed list

It’s easier than a crack whore on Ponce to guess who’s on Barbara WaWa’s annual “Most Fascinating People” special. This year’s “Who You’re Most Sick Of” includes Adam Lambert.    READ MORE »

‘Wonderland’ opening plays to holiday mood

Is there a better way to kick off the holiday season than an art exhibit called "Wonderland"? The crowd at Kai Lin Art on Friday would argue there's probably not.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 29 gay things to do today

If you’ve ignored the yard lights, kitschy displays and muzak, Atlanta’s Saturday LGBT events make you face facts: it’s the holiday season. With these choices, don’t fight it; wallow in it!    READ MORE »

Saturday: Carlos Freire lights our fire

From the runway to the beach, Carlos Freire deserves to be talked about–and drooled over. You know, in that sort of excessive and obvious show of pleasure and desire kind of way.    READ MORE »

Halo gets some gay luster with Boyz Night Out

Halo, once a staple of Atlanta's gay nightlife scene, launched an effort Thursday to boost its gay creds and again become a destination among the gays who cocktail.    READ MORE »

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Vote keeps former SoVo staff’s ‘Voice’

Much more than a name—GA Voice—was vetted Thursday when about 80 people gathered to hear plans for an LGBT news outlet helmed by Southern Voice’s former editor and its founder.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community  |  Pride

Pride 2010 set for Piedmont Park in October

The Atlanta Pride Festival, which shifted for the first time in its history to an October event this year, will remain a fall event in 2010 as it celebrates its 40th anniversary, organizers announced Friday.    READ MORE »

Free the man chest! Show us your heavage!

When you're actor Mehcad Brooks, wearing a shirt with a plunging neckline or one that's unbuttoned down to muscled pecs is a warning to us all: Man cleavage–now called heavage–is back.    READ MORE »

Friday: Let’s get soaking wet

The Atlanta Rainbow Trout hits the pool Saturday for its annual St. Nicks Meet, so to get you in the spirit, we've got a Morning Fix full of college jocks splashing around during a water polo match.    READ MORE »

Friday: 21 gay things to do today

Thank the gay goddess it’s Friday. In LGBT Atlanta, that means escaping the week with options from Shabbat to show tunes, martinis to Martina Diamante, and bars from ‘Fresh’ to ‘Fierce.’    READ MORE »

Halo Thursdays return, first to fete Alex Wan

Thursday nights at Halo, once the weekly “it” events for gay Atlanta, became the stuff of legend after they ended. Now party promoter Chris Coleman aims to turn back time.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned gallery invites you to ‘Wonderland’

When the professors of the Savannah College of Art & Design-ATL team up, art lovers take notice. When they hold their exhibition opening at Midtown’s Kai Lin Art, art fags do a double-take.    READ MORE »

 
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Toy Party draws throngs of people, toys [photos]

A crowd of thousands packed the Toy Party & Silent Auction on Sunday, the unofficial launch to the holiday party season and a fundraiser that collects cash and toys for 19 beneficiaries across Atlanta.    READ MORE »

AID Atlanta tree planting to honor Rush, Thornell

The deaths of Phillip Rush and Allen Thornell continue to reverberate across gay Atlanta and now AID Atlanta is once again commemorating the work of the two longtime LGBT activists.    READ MORE »

Monday: 22 gay things to do today

No rest for the weary. Recover fast from your busy weekend while web surfing with ARTvision and Same Gender Loving Expressions, or on the town with singer Barry Brandon and more.    READ MORE »

Monday: Cristiano Ronaldo’s new physique

Portuguese soccer stud Cristiano Ronaldo is known for stripping off his jersey on the field. He did it again over the weekend and unveiled a new sculpted torso that surprised even die-hard fans like us.    READ MORE »

Thanks to Project Q’s LGBT savvy supporters

Thanks to this week's advertisers, partners and sponsors for helping make it possible for us to bring you the latest LGBT news, buzz and events from across metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 36 gay things to do today

It’s rare when we can predict where 4,500 Atlanta gays will be. The Toy Party–plus pre- and post-parties–makes this one of those times. Plus other ways to feed your mind, body and soul.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Radoslav Vanko’s bloc of meat

Hunt through Eastern Europe and you may be fortunate enough to cross paths with Radoslav Vanko. The 26-year-old could convince us that his home of Slovakia might actually be worth visiting.    READ MORE »

Toy Party readies for crowd of thousands Sunday

There are parties and then there’s the Toy Party & Silent Auction. The mega gay event expects more than 4,000 people Sunday to the seventh incarnation of the holiday benefit.    READ MORE »

Glambert makes Walters’ Most Overexposed list

It’s easier than a crack whore on Ponce to guess who’s on Barbara WaWa’s annual “Most Fascinating People” special. This year’s “Who You’re Most Sick Of” includes Adam Lambert.    READ MORE »

‘Wonderland’ opening plays to holiday mood

Is there a better way to kick off the holiday season than an art exhibit called "Wonderland"? The crowd at Kai Lin Art on Friday would argue there's probably not.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 29 gay things to do today

If you’ve ignored the yard lights, kitschy displays and muzak, Atlanta’s Saturday LGBT events make you face facts: it’s the holiday season. With these choices, don’t fight it; wallow in it!    READ MORE »

Saturday: Carlos Freire lights our fire

From the runway to the beach, Carlos Freire deserves to be talked about–and drooled over. You know, in that sort of excessive and obvious show of pleasure and desire kind of way.    READ MORE »

Halo gets some gay luster with Boyz Night Out

Halo, once a staple of Atlanta's gay nightlife scene, launched an effort Thursday to boost its gay creds and again become a destination among the gays who cocktail.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community

Vote keeps former SoVo staff’s ‘Voice’

Much more than a name—GA Voice—was vetted Thursday when about 80 people gathered to hear plans for an LGBT news outlet helmed by Southern Voice’s former editor and its founder.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community  |  Pride

Pride 2010 set for Piedmont Park in October

The Atlanta Pride Festival, which shifted for the first time in its history to an October event this year, will remain a fall event in 2010 as it celebrates its 40th anniversary, organizers announced Friday.    READ MORE »

Free the man chest! Show us your heavage!

When you're actor Mehcad Brooks, wearing a shirt with a plunging neckline or one that's unbuttoned down to muscled pecs is a warning to us all: Man cleavage–now called heavage–is back.    READ MORE »

Friday: Let’s get soaking wet

The Atlanta Rainbow Trout hits the pool Saturday for its annual St. Nicks Meet, so to get you in the spirit, we've got a Morning Fix full of college jocks splashing around during a water polo match.    READ MORE »

Friday: 21 gay things to do today

Thank the gay goddess it’s Friday. In LGBT Atlanta, that means escaping the week with options from Shabbat to show tunes, martinis to Martina Diamante, and bars from ‘Fresh’ to ‘Fierce.’    READ MORE »

Halo Thursdays return, first to fete Alex Wan

Thursday nights at Halo, once the weekly “it” events for gay Atlanta, became the stuff of legend after they ended. Now party promoter Chris Coleman aims to turn back time.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned gallery invites you to ‘Wonderland’

When the professors of the Savannah College of Art & Design-ATL team up, art lovers take notice. When they hold their exhibition opening at Midtown’s Kai Lin Art, art fags do a double-take.    READ MORE »

 
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