News  |  Politics

Wan leads cash race for Atlanta’s District 6 post

Alex Wan outpaced his five opponents for the second consecutive quarter for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council, leaving him with a distinct cash advantage in the closing weeks of the campaign.    READ MORE »

Friday: 21 gay things to do tonight

Gay Atlanta turns Friday out. If your week demands cocktail treatments or theater therapy, stress-relieving sports or dancing, or you just need a good laugh or cry, these events heal what ails you.    READ MORE »

Friday: Undergear bares its best in public

It's doubtful that we'll see something like this in Piedmont Park. And if we did, the police would probably raid it. But that wasn't the case when Undergear took its models parading through Times Square.    READ MORE »

Bucks tie Maryville in rugby home opener

The Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club played to a tie on Saturday in the team's home opener, putting their record at 1-1-1 as the head into this weekend's match with crosstown rival High Country.    READ MORE »

Palin’s grandbaby daddy Levi to pose nude

Bravo’s Andy Cohen is on a covert mission to give us more flesh. He put the idea to pose nude into the pretty little head of Levi Johnston (photo), the dimwitted father of Sarah Palin’s grandchild.    READ MORE »

Garden Party raises $30,000 for lesbian health

Nearly 300 people helped make the Fall Garden Party on Sunday a success, enjoying an evening of dancing, a silent auction and raffle to raise funds for the Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 20 gay things to do today

Your Thursday just got a whole lot gayer. Out on Film concludes, fun fundraisers, two Atlanta authors, Screen on Gotham Park's "Legally Blonde," then it's Mo Time at the bars.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Brett Reeves reminds us of the Eagle

It's Thursday and we long for a return to our, um, fun evenings at the Eagle. Since that's unlikely, at least Brett Reeves allows us the memories of how good a little leather and a lot of flesh looks.    READ MORE »

Tray Butler brings Atlanta home with new book

Ramblin' man and hometown boy Tray Butler returns to Atlanta—and his gay roots—on Thursday at Outwrite with his new travel guide to the city he just can’t seem to make himself leave behind.    READ MORE »

Mike Rickard is gonna make you ‘Sweat’

Atlanta singer-songwriter Mike Rickard celebrates the release of his new CD “Sweat” on Saturday with a party at Red Light Café. The CD has an 'immediate, in the moment feel,' he says.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Alex Wan raises $32,000 in District 6 council race

Alex Wan, who led the field in fundraising for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council earlier this year, continued his aggressive efforts at raising cash, though contributions have slowed.    READ MORE »

Cobb school tells student to dress more ‘manly’

Nearly 1,000 people have become members of "Support Jonathan," a Facebook page backing a 16-year-old Cobb student at the center of a storm over his skinny jeans, wigs and vintage clothing.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 15 gay things to do today

What’s gayer than Hump Day itself? Glad you asked: Dine & Stride into Pride, Out on Film with Jim Grimsley, Midtown candidates, Melissa Ferrick at Eddie's, and bars that never sleep.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Soaking wet with Marlon Teixeira

With the height, those curly brown locks and blue eyes, Marlon Teixeira—not to be confused with hunky former Atlanta Braves slugger Mark Teixeira—is a model we hope has staying power.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Anne Fauver’s ‘Tardy for the (Eagle) Party’

It didn't take confronting her in the paint aisle at Home Depot, but City Council member Anne Fauver finally speaks out about the Sept. 10 raid at the Eagle, the gay bar in her district.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News  |  videos

Police defend tactics during Eagle forum [video]

A top commander of the Atlanta Police Department defended the agency’s use of the controversial Red Dog unit during bar raids, but said officers who discriminate against anyone will be fired.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Donnell Cartwright’s never met body fat

We doubt Donnell Cartwright has heard of such a thing called body fat. And if he has, he certainly doesn't experience it like us mere mortals. He sees it on others and wonders how that happens.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 20 gay things to do today

Tuesday is all about community. Back a political candidate, mingle with other professionals, meet a local poet, chat with YouthPride, play games or hit the town.    READ MORE »

News  |  Pride

City Council moves to adjust bar hours for Pride

In a move to curtail violations of the law, City Council President Lisa Borders (photo) led the charge Monday to issue a waiver of Atlanta's usual Sunday bar hours for Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Poet hand-picks ‘Pink Zinnia’ at Outwrite

An Atlanta writer, activist and therapist known as an all-around nice guy, Franklin Abbott celebrates his first volume of poetry and stories in 10 years at Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

 
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News  |  Politics

Wan leads cash race for Atlanta’s District 6 post

Alex Wan outpaced his five opponents for the second consecutive quarter for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council, leaving him with a distinct cash advantage in the closing weeks of the campaign.    READ MORE »

Friday: 21 gay things to do tonight

Gay Atlanta turns Friday out. If your week demands cocktail treatments or theater therapy, stress-relieving sports or dancing, or you just need a good laugh or cry, these events heal what ails you.    READ MORE »

Friday: Undergear bares its best in public

It's doubtful that we'll see something like this in Piedmont Park. And if we did, the police would probably raid it. But that wasn't the case when Undergear took its models parading through Times Square.    READ MORE »

Bucks tie Maryville in rugby home opener

The Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club played to a tie on Saturday in the team's home opener, putting their record at 1-1-1 as the head into this weekend's match with crosstown rival High Country.    READ MORE »

Palin’s grandbaby daddy Levi to pose nude

Bravo’s Andy Cohen is on a covert mission to give us more flesh. He put the idea to pose nude into the pretty little head of Levi Johnston (photo), the dimwitted father of Sarah Palin’s grandchild.    READ MORE »

Garden Party raises $30,000 for lesbian health

Nearly 300 people helped make the Fall Garden Party on Sunday a success, enjoying an evening of dancing, a silent auction and raffle to raise funds for the Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 20 gay things to do today

Your Thursday just got a whole lot gayer. Out on Film concludes, fun fundraisers, two Atlanta authors, Screen on Gotham Park's "Legally Blonde," then it's Mo Time at the bars.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Brett Reeves reminds us of the Eagle

It's Thursday and we long for a return to our, um, fun evenings at the Eagle. Since that's unlikely, at least Brett Reeves allows us the memories of how good a little leather and a lot of flesh looks.    READ MORE »

Tray Butler brings Atlanta home with new book

Ramblin' man and hometown boy Tray Butler returns to Atlanta—and his gay roots—on Thursday at Outwrite with his new travel guide to the city he just can’t seem to make himself leave behind.    READ MORE »

Mike Rickard is gonna make you ‘Sweat’

Atlanta singer-songwriter Mike Rickard celebrates the release of his new CD “Sweat” on Saturday with a party at Red Light Café. The CD has an 'immediate, in the moment feel,' he says.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Alex Wan raises $32,000 in District 6 council race

Alex Wan, who led the field in fundraising for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council earlier this year, continued his aggressive efforts at raising cash, though contributions have slowed.    READ MORE »

Cobb school tells student to dress more ‘manly’

Nearly 1,000 people have become members of "Support Jonathan," a Facebook page backing a 16-year-old Cobb student at the center of a storm over his skinny jeans, wigs and vintage clothing.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 15 gay things to do today

What’s gayer than Hump Day itself? Glad you asked: Dine & Stride into Pride, Out on Film with Jim Grimsley, Midtown candidates, Melissa Ferrick at Eddie's, and bars that never sleep.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Soaking wet with Marlon Teixeira

With the height, those curly brown locks and blue eyes, Marlon Teixeira—not to be confused with hunky former Atlanta Braves slugger Mark Teixeira—is a model we hope has staying power.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Anne Fauver’s ‘Tardy for the (Eagle) Party’

It didn't take confronting her in the paint aisle at Home Depot, but City Council member Anne Fauver finally speaks out about the Sept. 10 raid at the Eagle, the gay bar in her district.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News  |  videos

Police defend tactics during Eagle forum [video]

A top commander of the Atlanta Police Department defended the agency’s use of the controversial Red Dog unit during bar raids, but said officers who discriminate against anyone will be fired.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Donnell Cartwright’s never met body fat

We doubt Donnell Cartwright has heard of such a thing called body fat. And if he has, he certainly doesn't experience it like us mere mortals. He sees it on others and wonders how that happens.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 20 gay things to do today

Tuesday is all about community. Back a political candidate, mingle with other professionals, meet a local poet, chat with YouthPride, play games or hit the town.    READ MORE »

News  |  Pride

City Council moves to adjust bar hours for Pride

In a move to curtail violations of the law, City Council President Lisa Borders (photo) led the charge Monday to issue a waiver of Atlanta's usual Sunday bar hours for Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Poet hand-picks ‘Pink Zinnia’ at Outwrite

An Atlanta writer, activist and therapist known as an all-around nice guy, Franklin Abbott celebrates his first volume of poetry and stories in 10 years at Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

 
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