Friday: 20 gay things to do today

You made it to Friday, and we have your rewards. These events will put the week behind you and make the weekend feel full of possibility. Music, theater, literature, and cocktails are on your roster.    READ MORE »

Friday: Teamm8 touches all the right spots

Using hot models and bare chests is an age-old trick to sell stuff to gay men who otherwise might not give a damn. The same goes for underwear–and it works.    READ MORE »

The people make the Pride parade [photos]

A good float always catches the eye. But it's the people along the route that add revelry and excitement to the Atlanta Pride Parade. And there were thousands of them lining the streets Nov. 1.    READ MORE »

Gay activist sparks flap in mayor’s race

An Atlanta LGBT activist and campaign veteran is swatting down what he says are suggestion that mayoral candidate Mary Norwood bought his support or promised him a job in her administration.    READ MORE »

Jeffrey & Cole make the weekend ‘Bigger’

Jeffrey Self and Cole Escola of Logo's "Jeffrey & Cole Casserole" bring their semi-autobiographical stage show "Jeffery and Cole Make it Bigger" to Actor's Express in two After Hours performances.    READ MORE »

Adam Lambert: ‘Chill out… it’s not that deep’

To hear one overly enthusiastic critic and Adam Lambert’s collaborators tell it, the fledgling singer knows who he is and is set to become the next Rock God. Even Lambert can smell the hype.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality takes a pass on mayor’s race

UPDATED | 4:08 p.m. With Georgia Equality's candidate in the mayoral race–Lisa Borders–now out, the statewide gay rights group says they've got no dog left in this fight as the runoff nears.    READ MORE »

Ousted candidate backs Alex Wan in District 6

It's turning out to be a little like "The Twelve Days of Christmas" for Alex Wan and his campaign for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council. The endorsements keep rolling in.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 25 gay things to do today

To do, to do. Empower with Angela Davis, thrill with Greg Herren, consider with MEGA and AID Atlanta’s Gay Outreach, or just relax with cocktailing options including the “Project Runway” finale.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Kevin Ashlee’s sports equipment

There's something about the mix of sports equipment and a hot guy that drives us wild. Kevin Ashlee is no exception, even if it's highly probable he doesn't know what to do with all of that equipment.    READ MORE »

ATL’s Pride parade in photos—hundreds of them

How many parades in Atlanta can boast of both a drum major and baton twirler in drag, dykes on bikes, churches and soapy Latin guys? Ah, yes, there can only be one Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Billy Ball: Angry street preacher with a hot wife

Billy Ball is quite possibly the only guy in Midtown that can't get laid during Pride. The irony is that if he did, the angry street preacher might not be such a douche bag.    READ MORE »

Wan gets nod from Victory Fund for District 6

The hits keep coming for Alex Wan, the gay businessman and non-profit executive who placed first last week in a crowded field for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council.    READ MORE »

Pride  |  Sports

Those sporty gays love a good Pride parade

Oh, how we love those sporty gays. You know the ones–they cycle, play rugby, splash around a pool and camp in the outdoors. They are so sporty and proud that they marched in the Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 23 gay things to do today

LGBT Atlanta gets you over the Hump Day and through the rest of the week. Community gatherings, arts & culture events, bar nights and parties make sure your workweek is all downhill from here.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: A pouty Joffrey Vannier

Photographer Greg Vaughn shows us some French love with his images of Joffrey Vannier. He's an athlete, actor and model, not that any of that matters. He's got a pouty sexy look and that's what we like.    READ MORE »

Dykes on bikes roar through Pride parade

Dykes on bikes–the motorcycle variety–and a few men, too, provided the traditional start to the Pride Parade Nov. 1. They roared through Midtown with police choppers and even a scooter or two.    READ MORE »

Ellen and Oprah: Daytime Divas’ publicity coup

What a difference 12 years makes. That’s how long it took Ellen DeGeneres to go from network TV’s lesbian non-grata to sharing Oprah’s magazine cover. Of course, Oprah still wins.    READ MORE »

Playgirl’s gay savior hasn’t seen Levi’s johnson

It's questionable whether a gay sex-party planner can shoot Palin’s grandbaby daddy nude and save Playgirl, but Daniel Nardicio does have one answer: he’d do Levi even if his penis is small.    READ MORE »

Chamblee’s gays find champion in straight pol

Mark Wedge scored a big win in Chamblee Nov. 3–well, he did run unopposed–and now the married father of two Dachshunds will champion an anti-bias ordinance in the DeKalb municipality.    READ MORE »

 
MORE POSTS

Friday: 20 gay things to do today

You made it to Friday, and we have your rewards. These events will put the week behind you and make the weekend feel full of possibility. Music, theater, literature, and cocktails are on your roster.    READ MORE »

Friday: Teamm8 touches all the right spots

Using hot models and bare chests is an age-old trick to sell stuff to gay men who otherwise might not give a damn. The same goes for underwear–and it works.    READ MORE »

The people make the Pride parade [photos]

A good float always catches the eye. But it's the people along the route that add revelry and excitement to the Atlanta Pride Parade. And there were thousands of them lining the streets Nov. 1.    READ MORE »

Gay activist sparks flap in mayor’s race

An Atlanta LGBT activist and campaign veteran is swatting down what he says are suggestion that mayoral candidate Mary Norwood bought his support or promised him a job in her administration.    READ MORE »

Jeffrey & Cole make the weekend ‘Bigger’

Jeffrey Self and Cole Escola of Logo's "Jeffrey & Cole Casserole" bring their semi-autobiographical stage show "Jeffery and Cole Make it Bigger" to Actor's Express in two After Hours performances.    READ MORE »

Adam Lambert: ‘Chill out… it’s not that deep’

To hear one overly enthusiastic critic and Adam Lambert’s collaborators tell it, the fledgling singer knows who he is and is set to become the next Rock God. Even Lambert can smell the hype.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality takes a pass on mayor’s race

UPDATED | 4:08 p.m. With Georgia Equality's candidate in the mayoral race–Lisa Borders–now out, the statewide gay rights group says they've got no dog left in this fight as the runoff nears.    READ MORE »

Ousted candidate backs Alex Wan in District 6

It's turning out to be a little like "The Twelve Days of Christmas" for Alex Wan and his campaign for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council. The endorsements keep rolling in.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 25 gay things to do today

To do, to do. Empower with Angela Davis, thrill with Greg Herren, consider with MEGA and AID Atlanta’s Gay Outreach, or just relax with cocktailing options including the “Project Runway” finale.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Kevin Ashlee’s sports equipment

There's something about the mix of sports equipment and a hot guy that drives us wild. Kevin Ashlee is no exception, even if it's highly probable he doesn't know what to do with all of that equipment.    READ MORE »

ATL’s Pride parade in photos—hundreds of them

How many parades in Atlanta can boast of both a drum major and baton twirler in drag, dykes on bikes, churches and soapy Latin guys? Ah, yes, there can only be one Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Billy Ball: Angry street preacher with a hot wife

Billy Ball is quite possibly the only guy in Midtown that can't get laid during Pride. The irony is that if he did, the angry street preacher might not be such a douche bag.    READ MORE »

Wan gets nod from Victory Fund for District 6

The hits keep coming for Alex Wan, the gay businessman and non-profit executive who placed first last week in a crowded field for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council.    READ MORE »

Pride  |  Sports

Those sporty gays love a good Pride parade

Oh, how we love those sporty gays. You know the ones–they cycle, play rugby, splash around a pool and camp in the outdoors. They are so sporty and proud that they marched in the Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 23 gay things to do today

LGBT Atlanta gets you over the Hump Day and through the rest of the week. Community gatherings, arts & culture events, bar nights and parties make sure your workweek is all downhill from here.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: A pouty Joffrey Vannier

Photographer Greg Vaughn shows us some French love with his images of Joffrey Vannier. He's an athlete, actor and model, not that any of that matters. He's got a pouty sexy look and that's what we like.    READ MORE »

Dykes on bikes roar through Pride parade

Dykes on bikes–the motorcycle variety–and a few men, too, provided the traditional start to the Pride Parade Nov. 1. They roared through Midtown with police choppers and even a scooter or two.    READ MORE »

Ellen and Oprah: Daytime Divas’ publicity coup

What a difference 12 years makes. That’s how long it took Ellen DeGeneres to go from network TV’s lesbian non-grata to sharing Oprah’s magazine cover. Of course, Oprah still wins.    READ MORE »

Playgirl’s gay savior hasn’t seen Levi’s johnson

It's questionable whether a gay sex-party planner can shoot Palin’s grandbaby daddy nude and save Playgirl, but Daniel Nardicio does have one answer: he’d do Levi even if his penis is small.    READ MORE »

Chamblee’s gays find champion in straight pol

Mark Wedge scored a big win in Chamblee Nov. 3–well, he did run unopposed–and now the married father of two Dachshunds will champion an anti-bias ordinance in the DeKalb municipality.    READ MORE »

 
MORE POSTS