Maine repeals, Wash. winning gay unions

A rhetoric deluge, fierce campaigns from both sides and a national spotlight achieved contrasting results when voters in Maine and Washington had the last word on gay unions in their states.    READ MORE »

Wan, four others win while seven gays lose

UPDATED | 12:15 a.m. Gay candidate Alex Wan won a crowded race for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council, but is headed to a runoff. Four other LGBT candidates also won their races Tuesday.    READ MORE »

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Kyle Keyser makes runoff with Borders—jk

If you're a fan of Fox 5, you got a sneak peek into the results of the Atlanta mayor's race hours before the polls close, which put gay-friendly Lisa Borders in a runoff with gay challenger Kyle Keyser.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Queer Lit Fest starts Wednesday

LGBT writers are an Atlanta luxury that some might take for granted. Many cities don’t have our wealth of local talent, so the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival lets you stop and smell the proses.    READ MORE »

Lambert single out, but is he a ‘Single Lady’?

Adam Lambert apparently borrowed Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” glove for the cover of his debut single (photo), but fans seem more interested in his constant companion, Ferras.    READ MORE »

Eagle 8: Trial set for February in bar raid busts

For the Eagle 8, basking in the afterglow of the cheers of supporters during the Pride parade Sunday was doused with cold water this morning. They are headed to trial Feb. 4.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 14 gay things to do today

It’s Election Day, and having your voice heard is the most important gay thing you can do today. After you vote, gay Atlanta gives you ample opportunity to make your mark in other ways as well.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Matt Loewen works the Ginch Gonch

Whether it's dressed in the latest Ginch Gonch or working the runway, Canadian-born Matt Loewen brings a little something different to his work. We likey.    READ MORE »

Politics  |  Pride

Pols in Pride parade get creative to snag votes

Some walked, others rode. At least one ran. But there they were stumping for LGBT votes. And we've got awards for the most creative use of props by politicians and candidates in the Atlanta Pride parade.    READ MORE »

Borders gets donation from anti-gay pastor

Lisa Borders, among a trio of gay-friendly candidates at the top of the race to become Atlanta mayor, received contributions from an architect of the military's ban on gays and an anti-gay megachurch pastor.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Nightlife  |  Pride

Pride gets ‘Heavenly’ for hundreds of lesbians

For hundreds of women, the start of their annual Atlanta Pride celebration beings with the Heaven party. From a dance floor to a lounge and plenty in between, the event offers a little something for everyone.    READ MORE »

Harris wears uniform during Pride despite flap

Dani Lee Harris, a police officer and controversial pick as a Pride parade grand marshal, wore her uniform on Sunday and joined a handful of openly LGBT officers in the annual parade.    READ MORE »

Monday: 16 gay things to do today

The festival may be over, but our Pride in the list of gay things to do never stops. Yes, the parade is done too, but LGBT Atlanta marches on with a Monday of LGBT arts, community and nightlife.    READ MORE »

Monday: The hunks of Atlanta’s Pride parade

The Atlanta Pride parade means a lot of things to a lot of people. But it's also a chance for hunks to go shirtless, whether on a float or in the crowd soaking it all in.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Nightlife  |  Pride

Pride kickoff event packs Georgia Aquarium

More than 2,000 people put a gay twist on the axoim swim with the fishes on Friday, helping launch a weekend of Pride events with a dance party at the Georgia Aquarium.    READ MORE »

What’s Pride without anti-gay protesters?

Nothing says Atlanta Pride like rain and protesters. On Saturday, there was a little of both though the forecast calls for at least one to not be around on Sunday for the parade and festivities.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 31 Pride things to do today

We’ve got your Pride right here. The parade comes with watch parties and brunches, what’s up in the park, and enough pre- and post-festival events to make gay Atlanta Proud--and exhausted.    READ MORE »

Sunday brings headliners to Pride stage

The lineup of performers for Pride's Sunday stages includes the cream of the crop. Maybe you'll just plant it for Doubting Thomas, Eric Himan, Blake Lewis and the Starlight Cabaret all in a row.    READ MORE »

Pride toasts patrons, volunteers with reception

A few hundred people toasted the start of the Atlanta Pride Festival on Friday during a VIP reception in Midtown that featured inspiring words from U.S. Rep. John Lewis.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Men of ‘300’ say happy Pride-O-Ween

As you make that last-minute scramble to find the perfect costume, we scoured our archives for some suggestions for today's Morning Fix. We found them in pics from the Dragon*Con parade last month.    READ MORE »

 
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Maine repeals, Wash. winning gay unions

A rhetoric deluge, fierce campaigns from both sides and a national spotlight achieved contrasting results when voters in Maine and Washington had the last word on gay unions in their states.    READ MORE »

Wan, four others win while seven gays lose

UPDATED | 12:15 a.m. Gay candidate Alex Wan won a crowded race for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council, but is headed to a runoff. Four other LGBT candidates also won their races Tuesday.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Kyle Keyser makes runoff with Borders—jk

If you're a fan of Fox 5, you got a sneak peek into the results of the Atlanta mayor's race hours before the polls close, which put gay-friendly Lisa Borders in a runoff with gay challenger Kyle Keyser.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Queer Lit Fest starts Wednesday

LGBT writers are an Atlanta luxury that some might take for granted. Many cities don’t have our wealth of local talent, so the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival lets you stop and smell the proses.    READ MORE »

Lambert single out, but is he a ‘Single Lady’?

Adam Lambert apparently borrowed Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” glove for the cover of his debut single (photo), but fans seem more interested in his constant companion, Ferras.    READ MORE »

Eagle 8: Trial set for February in bar raid busts

For the Eagle 8, basking in the afterglow of the cheers of supporters during the Pride parade Sunday was doused with cold water this morning. They are headed to trial Feb. 4.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 14 gay things to do today

It’s Election Day, and having your voice heard is the most important gay thing you can do today. After you vote, gay Atlanta gives you ample opportunity to make your mark in other ways as well.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Matt Loewen works the Ginch Gonch

Whether it's dressed in the latest Ginch Gonch or working the runway, Canadian-born Matt Loewen brings a little something different to his work. We likey.    READ MORE »

Politics  |  Pride

Pols in Pride parade get creative to snag votes

Some walked, others rode. At least one ran. But there they were stumping for LGBT votes. And we've got awards for the most creative use of props by politicians and candidates in the Atlanta Pride parade.    READ MORE »

Borders gets donation from anti-gay pastor

Lisa Borders, among a trio of gay-friendly candidates at the top of the race to become Atlanta mayor, received contributions from an architect of the military's ban on gays and an anti-gay megachurch pastor.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Nightlife  |  Pride

Pride gets ‘Heavenly’ for hundreds of lesbians

For hundreds of women, the start of their annual Atlanta Pride celebration beings with the Heaven party. From a dance floor to a lounge and plenty in between, the event offers a little something for everyone.    READ MORE »

Harris wears uniform during Pride despite flap

Dani Lee Harris, a police officer and controversial pick as a Pride parade grand marshal, wore her uniform on Sunday and joined a handful of openly LGBT officers in the annual parade.    READ MORE »

Monday: 16 gay things to do today

The festival may be over, but our Pride in the list of gay things to do never stops. Yes, the parade is done too, but LGBT Atlanta marches on with a Monday of LGBT arts, community and nightlife.    READ MORE »

Monday: The hunks of Atlanta’s Pride parade

The Atlanta Pride parade means a lot of things to a lot of people. But it's also a chance for hunks to go shirtless, whether on a float or in the crowd soaking it all in.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Nightlife  |  Pride

Pride kickoff event packs Georgia Aquarium

More than 2,000 people put a gay twist on the axoim swim with the fishes on Friday, helping launch a weekend of Pride events with a dance party at the Georgia Aquarium.    READ MORE »

What’s Pride without anti-gay protesters?

Nothing says Atlanta Pride like rain and protesters. On Saturday, there was a little of both though the forecast calls for at least one to not be around on Sunday for the parade and festivities.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 31 Pride things to do today

We’ve got your Pride right here. The parade comes with watch parties and brunches, what’s up in the park, and enough pre- and post-festival events to make gay Atlanta Proud--and exhausted.    READ MORE »

Sunday brings headliners to Pride stage

The lineup of performers for Pride's Sunday stages includes the cream of the crop. Maybe you'll just plant it for Doubting Thomas, Eric Himan, Blake Lewis and the Starlight Cabaret all in a row.    READ MORE »

Pride toasts patrons, volunteers with reception

A few hundred people toasted the start of the Atlanta Pride Festival on Friday during a VIP reception in Midtown that featured inspiring words from U.S. Rep. John Lewis.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Men of ‘300’ say happy Pride-O-Ween

As you make that last-minute scramble to find the perfect costume, we scoured our archives for some suggestions for today's Morning Fix. We found them in pics from the Dragon*Con parade last month.    READ MORE »

 
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