Project ‘Idol’ Tuesday: Top 8 Ladies’ Night

With only eight girls left, Tuesday’s episode of “American Idol” was cut to an hour, which meant very little yammering by Miss Seacrest. That was one blessing.    READ MORE »

Fred Schneider adds wattage to benefit [photos]

Oh, what a site to see: Fred Schneider, the gay frontman for the B-52's, country crooner Ryder Lee, lesbian DJ Vicki Powell and some drag queens mixing it up at the former home of a notorious strip joint.    READ MORE »

‘Drag Race’ recap: Bridezilla bitchfest gets nasty

Monday’s challenge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” might be the best yet: Dress as both the bride and groom for a wedding snapshot. Even better: The claws come out worse than a one-day dress sale.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Tuesday duties breathing down your neck? Look past work and into the loving arms of gay Atlanta events, from a Broadway smash and pre-party to a wealth of other activities to suit every taste.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: David Warren splashes in Atlanta

You might find David Warren splashing about in a pool, splattered with blood or enjoying a cocktail in an Atlanta bar. Or more likely, pumping up that physique at L.A. Fitness.    READ MORE »

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Fitness: Seven tips to gain mass and power

If you’re already working like a horse but still can’t seem to build the bulk you’re looking for, look at what you’re eating, how you’re resting and exactly how you work out, from variety to consistency.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Hard-wearing rise and fall

Some of the designers lived up to Thursday’s “Project Runway” challenge to make clothes from hardware store materials, but most were tortured and one paid the ultimate price.    READ MORE »

Two gay Southerners bring Broadway home

Gay performers Chase Davidson and Taylor Trensch always fantasized about being part of a Broadway musical, but neither realized they’d make touring debuts in a show as big as “Spring Awakening.”    READ MORE »

Gay chorus prepares for 5-city tour across Ga.

Not since "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" has there been a group of gay men this large singing while cruising in a bus. But that's exactly what the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus is doing.    READ MORE »

Monday: 19 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Monday really wants to suck. Don’t let it. Beat the workweek blues with events on the Gay Agenda that let you contemplate, entertain you, wind down, run it off , and even honor your service.    READ MORE »

Monday: River Viipieri and his runway sacrifice

Just how much do models sacrifice to look that good? River Viipieri downed only bottles of juice to keep his 6'1" frame lean and tight during the recent New York Fashion Week.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 13 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you want to keep the party going or turn it down a notch, Sunday in LGBT Atlanta offers something that’s just your speed. From brunch to shows to Oscar Night, we have you covered.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Damiano Frascaroli’s Italian fix

Model Damiano Frascaroli provides quite a slab of Italian beef for your Sunday brunch. We've been on a meaty kick of late in the Morning Fix and Frascaroli keep us well fed.    READ MORE »

The Hot List: just in time for Saturday night

Winter’s been a bitch, but at least the season still gives gay Atlanta good dance music. Submitted, for your listening and dancing pleasure, are hot new tracks plus some still setting the charts on fire.    READ MORE »

John Q: local queer history found in your future

A new collective of three gay Atlanta men from multi-discipline backgrounds plans “Memory Flash,” an interactive, multiple-site LGBT oral history/art installation/living memorial set for April 3.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 21 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Nothing says Saturday night like stage shows and special events: Comedy, plays, a real runway fashion competition, a multi-act folkrock concert, Seasons of Love Cabaret and theme parties.    READ MORE »

Saturday: The return of Arthur Sales

We were so enamored with Arthur Sales after making the Morning Fix in November that we've kept our eyes out for any new pics of the young Brazilian model.    READ MORE »

Breaking down the gay for Oscars Night

“Avatar” and “The Hurt Locker” dominate the field of nominations for the 82nd annual Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, but Hollywood’s gay contingent certainly wasn’t ignored.    READ MORE »

Cabaret shows CHRIS Kids some ‘Love’

This weekend's ‘Seasons of Love Cabaret’ for CHRIS Kids is the largest variety show in the Southeast for Georgia’s largest agency for homeless youth, which includes the gay-specific Rainbow Program.    READ MORE »

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Gaydar closes purchase as it faces $40K lawsuit

As Gaydar moved this week to close its purchase of the Southern Voice and David magazine assets, it also worked to settle a nearly $40,000 lawsuit it faced from an Atlanta printer.    READ MORE »

 
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Project ‘Idol’ Tuesday: Top 8 Ladies’ Night

With only eight girls left, Tuesday’s episode of “American Idol” was cut to an hour, which meant very little yammering by Miss Seacrest. That was one blessing.    READ MORE »

Fred Schneider adds wattage to benefit [photos]

Oh, what a site to see: Fred Schneider, the gay frontman for the B-52's, country crooner Ryder Lee, lesbian DJ Vicki Powell and some drag queens mixing it up at the former home of a notorious strip joint.    READ MORE »

‘Drag Race’ recap: Bridezilla bitchfest gets nasty

Monday’s challenge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” might be the best yet: Dress as both the bride and groom for a wedding snapshot. Even better: The claws come out worse than a one-day dress sale.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Tuesday duties breathing down your neck? Look past work and into the loving arms of gay Atlanta events, from a Broadway smash and pre-party to a wealth of other activities to suit every taste.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: David Warren splashes in Atlanta

You might find David Warren splashing about in a pool, splattered with blood or enjoying a cocktail in an Atlanta bar. Or more likely, pumping up that physique at L.A. Fitness.    READ MORE »

Fitness  |  Health

Fitness: Seven tips to gain mass and power

If you’re already working like a horse but still can’t seem to build the bulk you’re looking for, look at what you’re eating, how you’re resting and exactly how you work out, from variety to consistency.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Hard-wearing rise and fall

Some of the designers lived up to Thursday’s “Project Runway” challenge to make clothes from hardware store materials, but most were tortured and one paid the ultimate price.    READ MORE »

Two gay Southerners bring Broadway home

Gay performers Chase Davidson and Taylor Trensch always fantasized about being part of a Broadway musical, but neither realized they’d make touring debuts in a show as big as “Spring Awakening.”    READ MORE »

Gay chorus prepares for 5-city tour across Ga.

Not since "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" has there been a group of gay men this large singing while cruising in a bus. But that's exactly what the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus is doing.    READ MORE »

Monday: 19 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Monday really wants to suck. Don’t let it. Beat the workweek blues with events on the Gay Agenda that let you contemplate, entertain you, wind down, run it off , and even honor your service.    READ MORE »

Monday: River Viipieri and his runway sacrifice

Just how much do models sacrifice to look that good? River Viipieri downed only bottles of juice to keep his 6'1" frame lean and tight during the recent New York Fashion Week.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 13 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you want to keep the party going or turn it down a notch, Sunday in LGBT Atlanta offers something that’s just your speed. From brunch to shows to Oscar Night, we have you covered.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Damiano Frascaroli’s Italian fix

Model Damiano Frascaroli provides quite a slab of Italian beef for your Sunday brunch. We've been on a meaty kick of late in the Morning Fix and Frascaroli keep us well fed.    READ MORE »

The Hot List: just in time for Saturday night

Winter’s been a bitch, but at least the season still gives gay Atlanta good dance music. Submitted, for your listening and dancing pleasure, are hot new tracks plus some still setting the charts on fire.    READ MORE »

John Q: local queer history found in your future

A new collective of three gay Atlanta men from multi-discipline backgrounds plans “Memory Flash,” an interactive, multiple-site LGBT oral history/art installation/living memorial set for April 3.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 21 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Nothing says Saturday night like stage shows and special events: Comedy, plays, a real runway fashion competition, a multi-act folkrock concert, Seasons of Love Cabaret and theme parties.    READ MORE »

Saturday: The return of Arthur Sales

We were so enamored with Arthur Sales after making the Morning Fix in November that we've kept our eyes out for any new pics of the young Brazilian model.    READ MORE »

Breaking down the gay for Oscars Night

“Avatar” and “The Hurt Locker” dominate the field of nominations for the 82nd annual Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, but Hollywood’s gay contingent certainly wasn’t ignored.    READ MORE »

Cabaret shows CHRIS Kids some ‘Love’

This weekend's ‘Seasons of Love Cabaret’ for CHRIS Kids is the largest variety show in the Southeast for Georgia’s largest agency for homeless youth, which includes the gay-specific Rainbow Program.    READ MORE »

News  |  Community  |  Media Diet

Gaydar closes purchase as it faces $40K lawsuit

As Gaydar moved this week to close its purchase of the Southern Voice and David magazine assets, it also worked to settle a nearly $40,000 lawsuit it faced from an Atlanta printer.    READ MORE »

 
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