Trees Atlanta hopes to draw some gay huggers

Trees Atlanta, which has put more than 75,000 trees in the ground across metro Atlanta, appeals to an important constituency: tree huggers. But Danny Roberts (photo) wants to change that.    READ MORE »

‘Don’t Label’ the bands at Ides of Pride

"Don't Label It!" continues to bring diverse people together, this time for Saturday afternoon’s Ides of Pride outdoor concert to rock a pre-festival celebration that benefits girls who wanna rock.    READ MORE »

Condoms get a little less irritating at AIDS Walk

The answer to that itchiness, dryness and even burning you might feel during those, um, intimate times with your man of the moment might just be in Duluth and not the doctor’s office    READ MORE »

Friday: 22 gay things to do today

Thank gay it’s Friday, and thank gay Atlanta for tonight's options you can dream about while you work. Click the links for detailed entries on sports, galas, artists and cocktails to look forward to.    READ MORE »

Mary’s calls all ‘Queers, Beers and Rears’

We’d all like to think we are as cool as the guys at Mary’s. But let’s face it, no matter how much you say, “We partied like rock stars,” this East Atlanta bar actually does it-–all the time and again on Friday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Storm finds middle of pack at Gay Bowl

The Atlanta Storm finished in the middle of the pack at Gay Bowl IX, falling short of the gay flag football team's expectations of making a run at the championship.    READ MORE »

Kim Zolciak swats Jonathan Jaxson—again

We have a love-hate relationship with Kim Zolciak and her on-again, off-again gay publicist Jonathan Jaxson. We love it when they get into a cat fight and hate it when they act like reasonable adults.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Ruggers bare their bums for charity

Oh, those frisky college ruggers. To raise money, each year the rugby team for Sheffield Hallam University bares all to raise a buck. And now they are teasing us with treats from a recent photoshoot.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 26 gay things to do today

Make your Thursday gayer. Record “Project Runway,” because you’ll be busy with meet & greets, concerts, discussion groups, movies, and hey, you look like you could use a drink.    READ MORE »

‘Best Project Runway moment ever’? We’ll see.

Only dogs and gay men could hear the piercing squeal when a preview video was released for Thursday’s episode of “Project Runway.” Yep, Bob Mackie and Christina Aguilera (photo) on the same show.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s size queens just love Jamie Foxx

To say Jamie Foxx unveiled the Full Monty is a bit of an understatement that does his, well, endowment a bit of a disservice. But it's apparently brought him new gay fans in Atlanta. Size queens, anyway.    READ MORE »

A filmmaker, rabbi and some gays walk into a bar

What happens when a filmmaker, a rabbi, two pastors and some gays get together? Dialogue, of course, and that's exactly what Georgia Equality had in mind.    READ MORE »

‘A buck in the bucket’ to keep Pride alive

COMMENTARY: “Tighten your belt” quickly became the official mantra of 2009, and non-profits felt the pinch. Atlanta Pride was no exception, calling for help even as they roll up their own sleeves.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Joel West can work those looks

We like our men versatile and for that, there's Joel West. He can hug a punching bag and look like the jock we all crave or slip on some glasses, slick back the hair and play that sexy geek.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 16 gay things to do today

Woke up to wet ground and that sinking feeling? Fear not. These gay events will help you get over that Hump Day. Benefits, parties, 'Golden Girls' Bingo, and more tempting mood enhancers.    READ MORE »

Local author to fight gay suicides at book event

Artist and writer James Randall Chumbley (photo) wants to turn his recent suicide attempt into something positive. His Wednesday book signing at Outwrite will benefit gay suicide prevention.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality backs five more for Nov. 3

In the race for public office, every little bit helps. So a plug from statewide gay rights group Georgia Equality can provide a nice boost in the home stretch of the campaign season.    READ MORE »

Adam Brackman scores a little progressive love

Adam Brackman has run the table with gay endorsements for his Atlanta City Council campaign. The gay candidate's getting a little love from the non-gay progressives, too.    READ MORE »

How to play a ‘Real Gay Housewife’ on TV

Hoping to repeat the success of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and capitalize on a proven formula, Logo now plans "Kept," a version of “Real Housewives.” But the casting call is kind of embarrassing.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 15 gay things to do today

Put a little gay in your Tuesday. Network your gay business, meet a gay candidate, watch gay sports, play gay games, listen to gay radio, or sing your song at a gay bar.    READ MORE »

 
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Trees Atlanta hopes to draw some gay huggers

Trees Atlanta, which has put more than 75,000 trees in the ground across metro Atlanta, appeals to an important constituency: tree huggers. But Danny Roberts (photo) wants to change that.    READ MORE »

‘Don’t Label’ the bands at Ides of Pride

"Don't Label It!" continues to bring diverse people together, this time for Saturday afternoon’s Ides of Pride outdoor concert to rock a pre-festival celebration that benefits girls who wanna rock.    READ MORE »

Condoms get a little less irritating at AIDS Walk

The answer to that itchiness, dryness and even burning you might feel during those, um, intimate times with your man of the moment might just be in Duluth and not the doctor’s office    READ MORE »

Friday: 22 gay things to do today

Thank gay it’s Friday, and thank gay Atlanta for tonight's options you can dream about while you work. Click the links for detailed entries on sports, galas, artists and cocktails to look forward to.    READ MORE »

Mary’s calls all ‘Queers, Beers and Rears’

We’d all like to think we are as cool as the guys at Mary’s. But let’s face it, no matter how much you say, “We partied like rock stars,” this East Atlanta bar actually does it-–all the time and again on Friday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Storm finds middle of pack at Gay Bowl

The Atlanta Storm finished in the middle of the pack at Gay Bowl IX, falling short of the gay flag football team's expectations of making a run at the championship.    READ MORE »

Kim Zolciak swats Jonathan Jaxson—again

We have a love-hate relationship with Kim Zolciak and her on-again, off-again gay publicist Jonathan Jaxson. We love it when they get into a cat fight and hate it when they act like reasonable adults.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Ruggers bare their bums for charity

Oh, those frisky college ruggers. To raise money, each year the rugby team for Sheffield Hallam University bares all to raise a buck. And now they are teasing us with treats from a recent photoshoot.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 26 gay things to do today

Make your Thursday gayer. Record “Project Runway,” because you’ll be busy with meet & greets, concerts, discussion groups, movies, and hey, you look like you could use a drink.    READ MORE »

‘Best Project Runway moment ever’? We’ll see.

Only dogs and gay men could hear the piercing squeal when a preview video was released for Thursday’s episode of “Project Runway.” Yep, Bob Mackie and Christina Aguilera (photo) on the same show.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s size queens just love Jamie Foxx

To say Jamie Foxx unveiled the Full Monty is a bit of an understatement that does his, well, endowment a bit of a disservice. But it's apparently brought him new gay fans in Atlanta. Size queens, anyway.    READ MORE »

A filmmaker, rabbi and some gays walk into a bar

What happens when a filmmaker, a rabbi, two pastors and some gays get together? Dialogue, of course, and that's exactly what Georgia Equality had in mind.    READ MORE »

‘A buck in the bucket’ to keep Pride alive

COMMENTARY: “Tighten your belt” quickly became the official mantra of 2009, and non-profits felt the pinch. Atlanta Pride was no exception, calling for help even as they roll up their own sleeves.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Joel West can work those looks

We like our men versatile and for that, there's Joel West. He can hug a punching bag and look like the jock we all crave or slip on some glasses, slick back the hair and play that sexy geek.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 16 gay things to do today

Woke up to wet ground and that sinking feeling? Fear not. These gay events will help you get over that Hump Day. Benefits, parties, 'Golden Girls' Bingo, and more tempting mood enhancers.    READ MORE »

Local author to fight gay suicides at book event

Artist and writer James Randall Chumbley (photo) wants to turn his recent suicide attempt into something positive. His Wednesday book signing at Outwrite will benefit gay suicide prevention.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality backs five more for Nov. 3

In the race for public office, every little bit helps. So a plug from statewide gay rights group Georgia Equality can provide a nice boost in the home stretch of the campaign season.    READ MORE »

Adam Brackman scores a little progressive love

Adam Brackman has run the table with gay endorsements for his Atlanta City Council campaign. The gay candidate's getting a little love from the non-gay progressives, too.    READ MORE »

How to play a ‘Real Gay Housewife’ on TV

Hoping to repeat the success of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and capitalize on a proven formula, Logo now plans "Kept," a version of “Real Housewives.” But the casting call is kind of embarrassing.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 15 gay things to do today

Put a little gay in your Tuesday. Network your gay business, meet a gay candidate, watch gay sports, play gay games, listen to gay radio, or sing your song at a gay bar.    READ MORE »

 
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