Ellen DeGeneres to be ‘American Idol’ judge

Paula Abdul should just kick herself. Whether she left 'Idol' on 'principle' or not, she can not only be replaced by someone with no music industry background, but by the star power of Ellen DeGeneres.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 20 gay things to do today

Make your Thursday that much gayer. Events include Paint the Town Pink, Perez Hilton's favorite musicians, a political fundraiser, a Pet Shop Boys giveaway, and author Drew Banks.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Design twins strip down Jean Carlos

We enjoyed our camping trip with Dan and Dean Caten and the models of Dsquared2 earlier this summer. But it left us wanting more. And more we now get.    READ MORE »

Gay ‘Sex & the City’ sequel spoiler alert

If you don't want to know anything about the "Sex & the City" movie sequel before you plant your gay ass in a theater seat when it finally releases, then stop reading now -- if you can stand it.    READ MORE »

Pearl Day calendar of events in full swing

Just as we take a breath from the multi-day Black Gay Pride, the Pearl Day boys start partying tonight for yet another extended weekend that revitalizes the previously floundering Six Flags event.    READ MORE »

Peach tennis tourney crowns its champions

Nearly 200 players took part in the Peach International Tennis Championships last weekend, gathering on Monday at the DeKalb Tennis Center to crown champions in more than 30 divisions.    READ MORE »

Perez Hilton victimizes Atlanta on Thursday

Gay blogger Perez Hilton is kinda fun to read. But if occasionally seeing the actual person on TV wasn't bad enough, he's now on a tour, which kicks off in Atlanta Thursday at Variety Playhouse.    READ MORE »

Vigil opens Black Gay Pride, police close it

Black Gay Pride is over, so take a breath and get ready. The Atlanta Pride Festival happens in about eight weeks, but let's not get ahead of ourselves.    READ MORE »

Chamber focuses on LGBT legal issues tonight

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, fresh from its gala Community Awards Dinner a few weeks ago, gets back to the basics Wednesday with a discussion about LGBT legal issues.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 18 gay things to do today

Make your Wednesday gayer. Meet and greet gay candidate Adam Brackman, network at WOW Wednesday, channel your inner twink at Freshman Bingo, or your inner diva at Karaoke Idol.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Jeff Tomsik’s easy on the eyes

Some days, we just take the easy and delicious. That's the case today with Jeff Tomsik, who is one of the latest subjects of photographer Joseph Blu.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Simone Bell steps up campaign for state House

Lesbian candidate Simone Bell is cranking up her campaign for the District 58 post in the Georgia House, picking up endorsements and readying for two upcoming fundraisers.    READ MORE »

Lil’ Kim, Black Gay Pride and a vajayjay

Lil' Kim knows how to make Black Gay Pride memorable. Only a strategically-placed left hand kept the rapper from flashing her vajayjay during one of her gigs in Atlanta this weekend.    READ MORE »

The ABCs of what to ask about DP benefits

Contributing blogger John Long is a professional career coach in Atlanta who founded Two Roads Resources. He answers: "What scope of benefits should be extended to domestic partners?"    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 13 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Tuesday a little more gay, including a networking luncheon, Social Tuesdays, drag bingo, drag karaoke and Drag All Stars.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Trey Hardee stakes his claim

He's the world's greatest athlete. He can stake his claim on world's hottest one, too. It's Trey Hardee, the 25-year-old Texan who took the decathlon gold medal last month in Berlin.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta softball falls short at World Series

Two of the nine men's teams from Hotlanta Softball League placed fourth in their divisions last week in the Gay Softball World Series, meaning Atlanta didn't capture a championship.    READ MORE »

Fans, friends pay tribute to E. Lynn Harris

Scores of E. Lynn Harris fans packed Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse on Sunday to pay tribute to the black gay author. Harris died of a heart attack July 23.    READ MORE »

Monday: 17 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Labor Day a little more gay, including a pool party, tennis championships and cookouts.    READ MORE »

Monday: Scott Herman’s Undergear fetish

Too busy with our junk diet of reality shows on Bravo, we missed MTV's "The Real World: Brooklyn." But it seems that at least one of the cast members has moved on and done something productive with his life.    READ MORE »

 
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Ellen DeGeneres to be ‘American Idol’ judge

Paula Abdul should just kick herself. Whether she left 'Idol' on 'principle' or not, she can not only be replaced by someone with no music industry background, but by the star power of Ellen DeGeneres.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 20 gay things to do today

Make your Thursday that much gayer. Events include Paint the Town Pink, Perez Hilton's favorite musicians, a political fundraiser, a Pet Shop Boys giveaway, and author Drew Banks.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Design twins strip down Jean Carlos

We enjoyed our camping trip with Dan and Dean Caten and the models of Dsquared2 earlier this summer. But it left us wanting more. And more we now get.    READ MORE »

Gay ‘Sex & the City’ sequel spoiler alert

If you don't want to know anything about the "Sex & the City" movie sequel before you plant your gay ass in a theater seat when it finally releases, then stop reading now -- if you can stand it.    READ MORE »

Pearl Day calendar of events in full swing

Just as we take a breath from the multi-day Black Gay Pride, the Pearl Day boys start partying tonight for yet another extended weekend that revitalizes the previously floundering Six Flags event.    READ MORE »

Peach tennis tourney crowns its champions

Nearly 200 players took part in the Peach International Tennis Championships last weekend, gathering on Monday at the DeKalb Tennis Center to crown champions in more than 30 divisions.    READ MORE »

Perez Hilton victimizes Atlanta on Thursday

Gay blogger Perez Hilton is kinda fun to read. But if occasionally seeing the actual person on TV wasn't bad enough, he's now on a tour, which kicks off in Atlanta Thursday at Variety Playhouse.    READ MORE »

Vigil opens Black Gay Pride, police close it

Black Gay Pride is over, so take a breath and get ready. The Atlanta Pride Festival happens in about eight weeks, but let's not get ahead of ourselves.    READ MORE »

Chamber focuses on LGBT legal issues tonight

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, fresh from its gala Community Awards Dinner a few weeks ago, gets back to the basics Wednesday with a discussion about LGBT legal issues.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 18 gay things to do today

Make your Wednesday gayer. Meet and greet gay candidate Adam Brackman, network at WOW Wednesday, channel your inner twink at Freshman Bingo, or your inner diva at Karaoke Idol.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Jeff Tomsik’s easy on the eyes

Some days, we just take the easy and delicious. That's the case today with Jeff Tomsik, who is one of the latest subjects of photographer Joseph Blu.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Simone Bell steps up campaign for state House

Lesbian candidate Simone Bell is cranking up her campaign for the District 58 post in the Georgia House, picking up endorsements and readying for two upcoming fundraisers.    READ MORE »

Lil’ Kim, Black Gay Pride and a vajayjay

Lil' Kim knows how to make Black Gay Pride memorable. Only a strategically-placed left hand kept the rapper from flashing her vajayjay during one of her gigs in Atlanta this weekend.    READ MORE »

The ABCs of what to ask about DP benefits

Contributing blogger John Long is a professional career coach in Atlanta who founded Two Roads Resources. He answers: "What scope of benefits should be extended to domestic partners?"    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 13 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Tuesday a little more gay, including a networking luncheon, Social Tuesdays, drag bingo, drag karaoke and Drag All Stars.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Trey Hardee stakes his claim

He's the world's greatest athlete. He can stake his claim on world's hottest one, too. It's Trey Hardee, the 25-year-old Texan who took the decathlon gold medal last month in Berlin.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta softball falls short at World Series

Two of the nine men's teams from Hotlanta Softball League placed fourth in their divisions last week in the Gay Softball World Series, meaning Atlanta didn't capture a championship.    READ MORE »

Fans, friends pay tribute to E. Lynn Harris

Scores of E. Lynn Harris fans packed Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse on Sunday to pay tribute to the black gay author. Harris died of a heart attack July 23.    READ MORE »

Monday: 17 gay things to do today

There's plenty to make your Labor Day a little more gay, including a pool party, tennis championships and cookouts.    READ MORE »

Monday: Scott Herman’s Undergear fetish

Too busy with our junk diet of reality shows on Bravo, we missed MTV's "The Real World: Brooklyn." But it seems that at least one of the cast members has moved on and done something productive with his life.    READ MORE »

 
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