Sunday: 17 gay things to do today

Wish it was Sunday; that’s my fun day. Wait, it is! Plenty for you and your friends, from brunch and matinees to the wrap-ups of the Queer Lit Fest and Charis’ birthday, plus festivities into the night.    READ MORE »

You know you like ‘Tardy for the Party’

We love a good drag queen diva and that's why we can't stop talking about Kim Zolciak from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." The season ended Thursday, but it's like the gift that keeps giving.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Splish splash, it’s Joseph Sayers

Joseph Sayers has put it all out there for A&F Quarterly. You know, the mag that was soft core porn and sold youthful clothes that eventually found themselves on the backs of 40-year-old queens.    READ MORE »

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Saturday: 26 gay things to do today

It's You Time. Join the literati at the Queer Lit Fest and Charis birthday bash, eat and drink up at Parties With Impact featuring Alexis Vear, or tell Mr. DJ you want to dance with your baby.    READ MORE »

Parties With Impact shares its sweet success

Positive Impact already wins our hearts with a mental-health approach to HIV/AIDS. But if the way to your heart is through your sweet tooth, Saturday’s dessert reception is truly a recipe for success.    READ MORE »

Gay Games tour stops in Atlanta tonight

If you ever wanted to get drunk with a bunch of gay jocks, tonight is your night. Gay Games VIII organizers are in Atlanta today to promote the 2010 event and recruit. You know how the gays love to recruit.    READ MORE »

Andre De Shields ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ on ATL stop

It's a busy time for award-winning actor Andre De Shields. There's his Sunday romp through the Pride parade in a sizzling pink suit, his comedy at the Alliance and now more exposure in a national paper.    READ MORE »

South Park, WWE’s Chris Jericho, Wash. wins

Friday's roundup of gay headlines includes another row between gay activists and "South Park," wrestler Chris Jericho caught on video, and voters approve unions in Washington state.    READ MORE »

Friday: Igor Rosa provides all that you need

Some days you just need a fix of flesh without all of the fussy details. And since it's Friday, you've got a little extra time at work to play out your own fantasies, anyway. To help, we present Igor Rosa.    READ MORE »

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Friday: 22 gay things to do tonight

Some have said they plan to sleep until Sunday to catch up from the Pride/ Halloween/ Election madness. The Gay Agenda has other things in store, starting tonight. No rest for the wicked.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Steve Brodie wants to party like it’s 2005

To the victor belong the spoils and to the loser? Snark. Steve Brodie, the gay man who nearly dethroned Anne Fauver in 2005, placed fourth this time, leaving some scratching their heads in disbelief.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ reveals finalists as gay love blossoms

UPDATED | Friday, Nov. 6, 1:04 p.m. Way more interesting than the final challenge toward Bryant Park on "Project Runway" is the romance of Wesley Nault and Daniel Feld from last season.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Norwood or Reed to get a boost from the gays?

Two gay candidates could help draw LGBT residents to the polls for the Dec. 1 runoffs and the two mayoral candidates left standing may duke it out for those votes.    READ MORE »

Will police stonewalling impact Eagle probe?

The Atlanta Police Department won't cooperate with an oversight panel probing alleged misconduct involving a lesbian couple, which could portend how a probe into the Eagle raid unfolds.    READ MORE »

Levi Johnston frets size through Playgirl workout

Sarah Palin’s grandbaby daddy Levi Johnston is enduring three-hour sessions in the gym to prepare for Playgirl, but is he concerned that he won’t measure up down below? We have video.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Eric Turner makes a sink look sexy

Look past the silly costumes—the suspenders with briefs. pulling a tent in underwear—and you'll find a hunk otherwise known as Eric Turner. With a physique like his, the costumes aren't quite so bothersome.    READ MORE »

Ted Haggard, Sarah Waters, Mormon march

Thursday's gay headlines include more election blowback, Ted Haggard's new church, a marriage bill in Michigan, a march on Mormon headquarters, and Sarah Waters on the state of gay fiction.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality backs Alex Wan in runoff

The board of Georgia Equality, which sat out the crowded race for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council, has unanimously backed Alex Wan, who placed first on Tuesday and is headed to a runoff.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 18 gay things to do today

It’s a very literary week. We’ve already seen Augusten Burroughs, and the Atlanta Queer Lit Fest and Charis’ 35th birthday continue the literati sightings. Of course, there’s plenty for glitterati, too.    READ MORE »

Charis: 35 years of community and books

There’s a sense of history when you walk into Charis Books & More. And with good reason. The lesbian-feminist bookstore that could celebrates 35 years with events Wednesday - Saturday.    READ MORE »

 
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Sunday: 17 gay things to do today

Wish it was Sunday; that’s my fun day. Wait, it is! Plenty for you and your friends, from brunch and matinees to the wrap-ups of the Queer Lit Fest and Charis’ birthday, plus festivities into the night.    READ MORE »

You know you like ‘Tardy for the Party’

We love a good drag queen diva and that's why we can't stop talking about Kim Zolciak from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." The season ended Thursday, but it's like the gift that keeps giving.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Splish splash, it’s Joseph Sayers

Joseph Sayers has put it all out there for A&F Quarterly. You know, the mag that was soft core porn and sold youthful clothes that eventually found themselves on the backs of 40-year-old queens.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Saturday: 26 gay things to do today

It's You Time. Join the literati at the Queer Lit Fest and Charis birthday bash, eat and drink up at Parties With Impact featuring Alexis Vear, or tell Mr. DJ you want to dance with your baby.    READ MORE »

Parties With Impact shares its sweet success

Positive Impact already wins our hearts with a mental-health approach to HIV/AIDS. But if the way to your heart is through your sweet tooth, Saturday’s dessert reception is truly a recipe for success.    READ MORE »

Gay Games tour stops in Atlanta tonight

If you ever wanted to get drunk with a bunch of gay jocks, tonight is your night. Gay Games VIII organizers are in Atlanta today to promote the 2010 event and recruit. You know how the gays love to recruit.    READ MORE »

Andre De Shields ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ on ATL stop

It's a busy time for award-winning actor Andre De Shields. There's his Sunday romp through the Pride parade in a sizzling pink suit, his comedy at the Alliance and now more exposure in a national paper.    READ MORE »

South Park, WWE’s Chris Jericho, Wash. wins

Friday's roundup of gay headlines includes another row between gay activists and "South Park," wrestler Chris Jericho caught on video, and voters approve unions in Washington state.    READ MORE »

Friday: Igor Rosa provides all that you need

Some days you just need a fix of flesh without all of the fussy details. And since it's Friday, you've got a little extra time at work to play out your own fantasies, anyway. To help, we present Igor Rosa.    READ MORE »

events  |  Community  |  Nightlife

Friday: 22 gay things to do tonight

Some have said they plan to sleep until Sunday to catch up from the Pride/ Halloween/ Election madness. The Gay Agenda has other things in store, starting tonight. No rest for the wicked.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Steve Brodie wants to party like it’s 2005

To the victor belong the spoils and to the loser? Snark. Steve Brodie, the gay man who nearly dethroned Anne Fauver in 2005, placed fourth this time, leaving some scratching their heads in disbelief.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ reveals finalists as gay love blossoms

UPDATED | Friday, Nov. 6, 1:04 p.m. Way more interesting than the final challenge toward Bryant Park on "Project Runway" is the romance of Wesley Nault and Daniel Feld from last season.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Norwood or Reed to get a boost from the gays?

Two gay candidates could help draw LGBT residents to the polls for the Dec. 1 runoffs and the two mayoral candidates left standing may duke it out for those votes.    READ MORE »

Will police stonewalling impact Eagle probe?

The Atlanta Police Department won't cooperate with an oversight panel probing alleged misconduct involving a lesbian couple, which could portend how a probe into the Eagle raid unfolds.    READ MORE »

Levi Johnston frets size through Playgirl workout

Sarah Palin’s grandbaby daddy Levi Johnston is enduring three-hour sessions in the gym to prepare for Playgirl, but is he concerned that he won’t measure up down below? We have video.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Eric Turner makes a sink look sexy

Look past the silly costumes—the suspenders with briefs. pulling a tent in underwear—and you'll find a hunk otherwise known as Eric Turner. With a physique like his, the costumes aren't quite so bothersome.    READ MORE »

Ted Haggard, Sarah Waters, Mormon march

Thursday's gay headlines include more election blowback, Ted Haggard's new church, a marriage bill in Michigan, a march on Mormon headquarters, and Sarah Waters on the state of gay fiction.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality backs Alex Wan in runoff

The board of Georgia Equality, which sat out the crowded race for the District 6 post on the Atlanta City Council, has unanimously backed Alex Wan, who placed first on Tuesday and is headed to a runoff.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 18 gay things to do today

It’s a very literary week. We’ve already seen Augusten Burroughs, and the Atlanta Queer Lit Fest and Charis’ 35th birthday continue the literati sightings. Of course, there’s plenty for glitterati, too.    READ MORE »

Charis: 35 years of community and books

There’s a sense of history when you walk into Charis Books & More. And with good reason. The lesbian-feminist bookstore that could celebrates 35 years with events Wednesday - Saturday.    READ MORE »

 
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