Thursday: Would you ruck with David Williams?

There's nothing quite like an Aussie rugby player to spice up an otherwise dark and rainy morning. Thanks, David Williams, for not shying away when a camera is nearby.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 21 gay things to do today

Thursday is gayer than you -- almost. Events include Cliterati, Hal Sparks, Angela 'Bucky' Motter (photo), Hydrate and Lounge Thursdays, and more bar nights to shake your stick at.    READ MORE »

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Anne Fauver can’t be bothered with Eagle raid

About 20 gay folks crashed the Atlanta City Council's Public Safety Committee meeting Tuesday to amplify the growing chorus of criticism over the police department's Sept. 10 raid of the Eagle.    READ MORE »

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11 ATL companies get perfect score on equality

Six Atlanta-based Fortune 500 companies were among 11 in the region that scored a perfect 100 on a ranking of how companies and law firms address LGBT workplace policies and benefits.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Caesar Mitchell gets endorsement from gay GOP

Ceasar Mitchell picked up the endorsement of the Georgia Log Cabin Republicans, the second gay group to back his City Council president bid this week.    READ MORE »

Hal Sparks visits Atlanta, benefits Pride

'Queer as Folk' actor returns to his first love -- standup comedy -- with a decidedly queer take on marriage and Republicans for four nights this week that benefit Atlanta Pride.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 12 gay things to do today

Make your Tuesday a little more gay. Discuss bareback porn, dip into the Honey Pot, meet the Fantasy Girls, sing or cheer for Karaoke Idol, or check our whole calendar of other choices.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Luke Guldan’s take on football

Who loves a s sexy fitness model? We do! We do! But first, let's make sure you're clear on the definition of fitness model. For that, we offer the goods of Luke Guldan.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality demands answers about raid

The statewide gay rights group Georgia Equality is calling on Mayor Shirley Franklin and the city's top cop to answer 10 questions about a police raid last week at the Eagle.    READ MORE »

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Police documents detail sex allegations at Eagle

The Atlanta Police Department sent undercover vice officers into the Eagle at least two times before a Sept. 10 raid, reportedly witnessing sexual acts and dancers exposing themselves.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News

Second bar raid protest now set for City Hall

UPDATED | Sept. 16 | 7:02 a.m. Plans for another LGBT rally against the police raid at the Atlanta Eagle are finalized for Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. at City Hall downtown, according to the organizers.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 15 gay things to do today

Tuesday's events won't make you gay, but they feel like they could:. Simone Bell campaign launch, two bingo games, 'Alternative Perspectives' radio, Judy Shepard, and bar nights.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Georgia Equality endorses Borders for mayor

UPDATED | 1:13 p.m. Citing her track record on LGBT issues, Georgia Equality on Tuesday endorsed Lisa Borders for mayor. The group also backed Ceasar Mitchell for Atlanta City Council president.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Mario Lopez and his 3-way seduction

We've been infatuated with Mario Lopez since "Saved by the Bell." But when he cranked up his hunk factor with a rigorous gym schedule and flashed his goodies for "Nip / Tuck," we were hooked.    READ MORE »

Armorettes move long-running show to Blake’s

Mary Edith Pitts, Knomie Moore (photo), Wild Cherry Sucret and rest of the Armorettes are packing their bags and heading a few blocks south for their weekly dose of camp drag and fundraising.    READ MORE »

ATL gay softball leagues roll into fall season

By September's end, all the gays who like to pitch or catch—or both—will be at it again on softball fields across the ATL with three slightly different leagues at play.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Eagle owner disputes police claims of sex

UPDATED | 6:17 p.m. The Atlanta Police Department on Monday responded to questions and criticism about Thursday’s raid of the Eagle, saying officers witnessed sex taking place inside the bar.    READ MORE »

Part-time Atlantan Elton John wants to adopt

Madonna isn't the only celeb in Britain who likes to take home foreign babies. Sir Elton John wants one, too., even if he'll be 81 when the kid turns 18.    READ MORE »

Gay GOP, Dems join Libertarians in knocking raid

The press releases keep flying about the Atlanta Police Department's ill-fated raid at the Eagle. Now, the Log Cabin Republicans, Libertarians and National Stonewall Democrats are chiming in.    READ MORE »

Monday: 15 gay things to do today

Make your Monday even more gay with bar nights for every inkling: Dragamaki shows you the sushi (photo). But don't forget poker, karaoke, trivial, Wii, and bare bears. See our full list.    READ MORE »

 
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Thursday: Would you ruck with David Williams?

There's nothing quite like an Aussie rugby player to spice up an otherwise dark and rainy morning. Thanks, David Williams, for not shying away when a camera is nearby.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 21 gay things to do today

Thursday is gayer than you -- almost. Events include Cliterati, Hal Sparks, Angela 'Bucky' Motter (photo), Hydrate and Lounge Thursdays, and more bar nights to shake your stick at.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News  |  Politics

Anne Fauver can’t be bothered with Eagle raid

About 20 gay folks crashed the Atlanta City Council's Public Safety Committee meeting Tuesday to amplify the growing chorus of criticism over the police department's Sept. 10 raid of the Eagle.    READ MORE »

Business  |  Community  |  News

11 ATL companies get perfect score on equality

Six Atlanta-based Fortune 500 companies were among 11 in the region that scored a perfect 100 on a ranking of how companies and law firms address LGBT workplace policies and benefits.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Caesar Mitchell gets endorsement from gay GOP

Ceasar Mitchell picked up the endorsement of the Georgia Log Cabin Republicans, the second gay group to back his City Council president bid this week.    READ MORE »

Hal Sparks visits Atlanta, benefits Pride

'Queer as Folk' actor returns to his first love -- standup comedy -- with a decidedly queer take on marriage and Republicans for four nights this week that benefit Atlanta Pride.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 12 gay things to do today

Make your Tuesday a little more gay. Discuss bareback porn, dip into the Honey Pot, meet the Fantasy Girls, sing or cheer for Karaoke Idol, or check our whole calendar of other choices.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Luke Guldan’s take on football

Who loves a s sexy fitness model? We do! We do! But first, let's make sure you're clear on the definition of fitness model. For that, we offer the goods of Luke Guldan.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality demands answers about raid

The statewide gay rights group Georgia Equality is calling on Mayor Shirley Franklin and the city's top cop to answer 10 questions about a police raid last week at the Eagle.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Police documents detail sex allegations at Eagle

The Atlanta Police Department sent undercover vice officers into the Eagle at least two times before a Sept. 10 raid, reportedly witnessing sexual acts and dancers exposing themselves.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News

Second bar raid protest now set for City Hall

UPDATED | Sept. 16 | 7:02 a.m. Plans for another LGBT rally against the police raid at the Atlanta Eagle are finalized for Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. at City Hall downtown, according to the organizers.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 15 gay things to do today

Tuesday's events won't make you gay, but they feel like they could:. Simone Bell campaign launch, two bingo games, 'Alternative Perspectives' radio, Judy Shepard, and bar nights.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Politics

Georgia Equality endorses Borders for mayor

UPDATED | 1:13 p.m. Citing her track record on LGBT issues, Georgia Equality on Tuesday endorsed Lisa Borders for mayor. The group also backed Ceasar Mitchell for Atlanta City Council president.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Mario Lopez and his 3-way seduction

We've been infatuated with Mario Lopez since "Saved by the Bell." But when he cranked up his hunk factor with a rigorous gym schedule and flashed his goodies for "Nip / Tuck," we were hooked.    READ MORE »

Armorettes move long-running show to Blake’s

Mary Edith Pitts, Knomie Moore (photo), Wild Cherry Sucret and rest of the Armorettes are packing their bags and heading a few blocks south for their weekly dose of camp drag and fundraising.    READ MORE »

ATL gay softball leagues roll into fall season

By September's end, all the gays who like to pitch or catch—or both—will be at it again on softball fields across the ATL with three slightly different leagues at play.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Eagle owner disputes police claims of sex

UPDATED | 6:17 p.m. The Atlanta Police Department on Monday responded to questions and criticism about Thursday’s raid of the Eagle, saying officers witnessed sex taking place inside the bar.    READ MORE »

Part-time Atlantan Elton John wants to adopt

Madonna isn't the only celeb in Britain who likes to take home foreign babies. Sir Elton John wants one, too., even if he'll be 81 when the kid turns 18.    READ MORE »

Gay GOP, Dems join Libertarians in knocking raid

The press releases keep flying about the Atlanta Police Department's ill-fated raid at the Eagle. Now, the Log Cabin Republicans, Libertarians and National Stonewall Democrats are chiming in.    READ MORE »

Monday: 15 gay things to do today

Make your Monday even more gay with bar nights for every inkling: Dragamaki shows you the sushi (photo). But don't forget poker, karaoke, trivial, Wii, and bare bears. See our full list.    READ MORE »

 
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