LGBT authors turn page for Black Gay Pride

The giant Black Gay Pride official lineup becomes colossal when you start counting supplemental events like the bevy of authors at Outwrite and Charis bookstores over Labor Day Weekend.    READ MORE »

Kim Zolciak delivers drama to Blake’s

Wherever Kim Zolciak goes, drama tends to follow. When she and an entourage hit the popular Midtown gay bar Blake's on Wednesday, the gays were packed in tight. Drama ensued.    READ MORE »

Tennis tourney hits center court this weekend

The local gay servers and volleyers known as the Atlanta Team Tennis Association host the 22nd Annual Peach International Tennis Championships this weekend on courts in DeKalb.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 18 gay things to do today

The Peach International Tennis Championships opens with its draw party @ Mixx. 7 p.m.    READ MORE »

Thursday: A greasy Godric

A greasy Godric is better than no Godric at all. When HBO's "True Blood" killed off -- better yet, burned to a crisp -- Godric a few weeks ago, we lost our weekly dose of 19-year-old actor Allan Hyde.    READ MORE »

Queer literati head to Decatur Book Festival

The Decatur Book Festival, set for Sept. 4-6, teams for the first time with the authors and poets of the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival.    READ MORE »

Gay activst Kyle Keyser runs for mayor

Community organizer and gay crime fighter Kyle Keyser is building on the anti-crime tempest he tapped into this year and now wants to take it to Atlanta City Hall.    READ MORE »

‘Real Housewives’ Kim Zolciak set for Blake’s

It's clear from Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" that Kim Zolciak couldn't carry a tune if it was in a bucket. So she won't dare sing the over-produced "Tardy for the Party" when she appears at Blake's tonight.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 12 gay things to do today

The 13th Annual Black Gay Pride Celebration opens with a Candlelight Vigil @ First MCC. 7 p.m.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk honors Allen Thornell, Phillip Rush

AIDS Walk Atlanta will honor two longtime gay activists who died this year. The Oct. 19 walk will be dedicated to Phillip Rush, who died April 28, and Allen Thornell, who died Aug. 3.    READ MORE »

Gay murder cases reach Ga. Supreme Court

The Georgia Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in two gruesome murders of gay men that took place after the alleged killers spurned romantic advances.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Mehcad Brooks’ delicious eggs

There's not much fans of "True Blood" haven't seen of Mehcad Brooks, who plays Eggs on the hit HBO show. After all, he strips down on screen just as much as any male character, which we appreciate.    READ MORE »

Nine Atlanta teams head to gay World Series

Nearly 130 teams from across the country converged on Milwaukee over the weekend to kick off the Gay Softball World Series. Among those are nine teams from the Hotlanta Softball League.    READ MORE »

Two tributes set for E. Lynn Harris in Atlanta

Best-selling author E. Lynn Harris will be remembered during two upcoming events in Atlanta, one of which serves as the posthumous launch of a national tour to promote his 12th and final novel.    READ MORE »

Friends remember gay Atlantan John Speaks

People who knew John Speaks may have called him the "Queen of Atlanta." But many more will remember him as the friendly man in the orange glasses who could be spotted almost daily at Outwrite.    READ MORE »

‘Grey Gardens’ opens to sold-out crowd

A sold-out crowd was on hand Sunday for opening night of "Grey Gardens," the Tony-award winning musical making its Atlanta premiere. The plot follows the eccentric lives of Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis’ eccentric aunt and cousin.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 15 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Tuesday gayer, like Social Tuesdays at Gilberts, Knomie Moore (photo) with My Big Fat Gay Bingo, Rainbow Trout water polo tryouts, and Barry Brandon rocks Amsterdam.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: BJ’s backbending Southern charms

BJ Charles gets your Tuesday started right with down-home shots that show off every detail of his sculpted torso, come-hither eyes, and a Speedo-clad backbend sure to get a second look.    READ MORE »

3 groups benefit from ‘Sex Positive’ screening

A screening of the documentary "Sex Positive" on Saturday raised funds for three HIV non-profits. The film chronicles Richard Berkowitz (photo), a hustler and writer in the early days of HIV, who attended.    READ MORE »

Should Atlanta’s gay bars go smoke free?

In 2001, Brad Williams had a proposition for gay Atlanta: Enjoy an evening out, and leave without smelling like an ashtray. We loved Red Chair Video Bar & Lounge, but smoke-free never quite caught on.    READ MORE »

 
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LGBT authors turn page for Black Gay Pride

The giant Black Gay Pride official lineup becomes colossal when you start counting supplemental events like the bevy of authors at Outwrite and Charis bookstores over Labor Day Weekend.    READ MORE »

Kim Zolciak delivers drama to Blake’s

Wherever Kim Zolciak goes, drama tends to follow. When she and an entourage hit the popular Midtown gay bar Blake's on Wednesday, the gays were packed in tight. Drama ensued.    READ MORE »

Tennis tourney hits center court this weekend

The local gay servers and volleyers known as the Atlanta Team Tennis Association host the 22nd Annual Peach International Tennis Championships this weekend on courts in DeKalb.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 18 gay things to do today

The Peach International Tennis Championships opens with its draw party @ Mixx. 7 p.m.    READ MORE »

Thursday: A greasy Godric

A greasy Godric is better than no Godric at all. When HBO's "True Blood" killed off -- better yet, burned to a crisp -- Godric a few weeks ago, we lost our weekly dose of 19-year-old actor Allan Hyde.    READ MORE »

Queer literati head to Decatur Book Festival

The Decatur Book Festival, set for Sept. 4-6, teams for the first time with the authors and poets of the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival.    READ MORE »

Gay activst Kyle Keyser runs for mayor

Community organizer and gay crime fighter Kyle Keyser is building on the anti-crime tempest he tapped into this year and now wants to take it to Atlanta City Hall.    READ MORE »

‘Real Housewives’ Kim Zolciak set for Blake’s

It's clear from Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" that Kim Zolciak couldn't carry a tune if it was in a bucket. So she won't dare sing the over-produced "Tardy for the Party" when she appears at Blake's tonight.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 12 gay things to do today

The 13th Annual Black Gay Pride Celebration opens with a Candlelight Vigil @ First MCC. 7 p.m.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk honors Allen Thornell, Phillip Rush

AIDS Walk Atlanta will honor two longtime gay activists who died this year. The Oct. 19 walk will be dedicated to Phillip Rush, who died April 28, and Allen Thornell, who died Aug. 3.    READ MORE »

Gay murder cases reach Ga. Supreme Court

The Georgia Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in two gruesome murders of gay men that took place after the alleged killers spurned romantic advances.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Mehcad Brooks’ delicious eggs

There's not much fans of "True Blood" haven't seen of Mehcad Brooks, who plays Eggs on the hit HBO show. After all, he strips down on screen just as much as any male character, which we appreciate.    READ MORE »

Nine Atlanta teams head to gay World Series

Nearly 130 teams from across the country converged on Milwaukee over the weekend to kick off the Gay Softball World Series. Among those are nine teams from the Hotlanta Softball League.    READ MORE »

Two tributes set for E. Lynn Harris in Atlanta

Best-selling author E. Lynn Harris will be remembered during two upcoming events in Atlanta, one of which serves as the posthumous launch of a national tour to promote his 12th and final novel.    READ MORE »

Friends remember gay Atlantan John Speaks

People who knew John Speaks may have called him the "Queen of Atlanta." But many more will remember him as the friendly man in the orange glasses who could be spotted almost daily at Outwrite.    READ MORE »

‘Grey Gardens’ opens to sold-out crowd

A sold-out crowd was on hand Sunday for opening night of "Grey Gardens," the Tony-award winning musical making its Atlanta premiere. The plot follows the eccentric lives of Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis’ eccentric aunt and cousin.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 15 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Tuesday gayer, like Social Tuesdays at Gilberts, Knomie Moore (photo) with My Big Fat Gay Bingo, Rainbow Trout water polo tryouts, and Barry Brandon rocks Amsterdam.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: BJ’s backbending Southern charms

BJ Charles gets your Tuesday started right with down-home shots that show off every detail of his sculpted torso, come-hither eyes, and a Speedo-clad backbend sure to get a second look.    READ MORE »

3 groups benefit from ‘Sex Positive’ screening

A screening of the documentary "Sex Positive" on Saturday raised funds for three HIV non-profits. The film chronicles Richard Berkowitz (photo), a hustler and writer in the early days of HIV, who attended.    READ MORE »

Should Atlanta’s gay bars go smoke free?

In 2001, Brad Williams had a proposition for gay Atlanta: Enjoy an evening out, and leave without smelling like an ashtray. We loved Red Chair Video Bar & Lounge, but smoke-free never quite caught on.    READ MORE »

 
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