Queer volleyball jocks flood Atlanta for Hotlanta Classic
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Queer volleyball jocks flood Atlanta for Hotlanta Classic

Some 220 LGBTQ volleyball players from 28 teams nationwide took part in the Hotlanta Classic XXVI on Friday to Sunday.    READ MORE »

Georgia Beer Garden, All Stripes host soccer clinic for kids

Georgia Beer Garden, All Stripes host soccer clinic for kids

One lucky group of Atlanta kids learned how to play soccer thanks to professional athlete Gordon Wild and a loyal LGBTQ alliance.    READ MORE »

‘It’s a Raid!’ Atlanta’s Stonewall moment 50 years ago today

‘It’s a Raid!’ Atlanta’s Stonewall moment 50 years ago today

Ansley Mall might be known now for L.A. Fitness and “Bearbucks,” but 50 years ago, it was home to a theater that kickstarted Atlanta’s LGBTQ movement.    READ MORE »

City of Atlanta works to stabilize HIV housing eviction crisis

City of Atlanta works to stabilize HIV housing eviction crisis

More than three-quarters of the victims of an HIV housing crisis have avoided eviction and the city continues trying to process a backlog of millions in unspent federal funds.    READ MORE »

Police nab alleged gunman in murder of gay Decatur man

Police nab alleged gunman in murder of gay Decatur man

DeKalb County police arrested the third and final suspect in the “hate-motivated” murder of 28-year-old Decatur resident Trey Peters.    READ MORE »

Artist Emmy Marshall wants to lift up Atlanta’s queer arts community
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Artist Emmy Marshall wants to lift up Atlanta’s queer arts community

Emmy Marshall is having a moment. The artist takes a few minutes to talk inspiration, Atlanta's art scene, and his big plans in the coming months.    READ MORE »

Gay Marine veteran launches Pooler mayoral bid

Gay Marine veteran launches Pooler mayoral bid

Pooler business person Adam Bridges is moving on from a state House race loss to try and become the second openly LGBTQ mayor in Georgia.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Venerable annual traditions, fun one-off pop-ups, and all the weekly LGBTQ events to get into. That’s the Queer Agenda calendar calendar this Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Queer volleyball jocks throw final bash before big tournament
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Queer volleyball jocks throw final bash before big tournament

The Hotlanta Volleyball Association raised money on Saturday the best way they know how — by offering copious amounts of alcohol.    READ MORE »

Take a peek inside Woofs’ new home in 20 photos

Take a peek inside Woofs’ new home in 20 photos

Woofs owners, employees and patrons are settling into the popular gay sports bar’s new digs a mile south of their former home.    READ MORE »

When pre-conceptions cock block reality of finding a partner

When pre-conceptions cock block reality of finding a partner

"Since I already had an idea of what my partner should look like, I passed up some incredible potential partners because they didn’t fit the mold."    READ MORE »

Police arrest second suspect in murder of gay Decatur man

Police arrest second suspect in murder of gay Decatur man

A second suspect in the June hate crime murder of Trey Peters has been arrested and DeKalb police continue searching for a third person involved in the homicide.    READ MORE »

Q up Atlanta art, activism and #Ansley50 anniversary

Q up Atlanta art, activism and #Ansley50 anniversary

Unless you’re into whiplash, moving ahead while glancing back is a trick best done with a rearview mirror. This week’s Q is here for you.    READ MORE »

BJ Roosters boys suds up for pet charity car wash

BJ Roosters boys suds up for pet charity car wash

Your eyes didn’t deceive you — that was a bunch of guys in their underwear washing cars off Cheshire Bridge Road on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Legendary Children reunite like royalty at Star Bar

Legendary Children reunite like royalty at Star Bar

It was a one-night-only Royal Court Reunion for the drag-art collective Legendary Children on Friday at Star Bar.    READ MORE »

Police: Piedmont Park stabbing related to similar Midtown attack

Police: Piedmont Park stabbing related to similar Midtown attack

A man was stabbed multiple times and robbed in Piedmont Park several days after a similar attack less than two miles away.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber networks in College Park

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber networks in College Park

If it’s the fourth Friday of the month, that means the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is hosting a networking happy hour.    READ MORE »

Gay councilmember jumps into race for Doraville mayor

Gay councilmember jumps into race for Doraville mayor

Joseph Geierman is giving up his seat on the Doraville City Council for a shot at becoming the city’s first openly LGBTQ mayor.    READ MORE »

Monster in Law wants queer couple to act ‘less gay’

Monster in Law wants queer couple to act ‘less gay’

As their lives and their roles in yours change, it's time to find a new normal with the people who raised you or your spouse.    READ MORE »

Atlanta hires first-ever chief health officer to battle HIV

Atlanta hires first-ever chief health officer to battle HIV

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hired a public health expert with local ties to bolster the city’s efforts at fighting an HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

 
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Queer volleyball jocks flood Atlanta for Hotlanta Classic
photos  |  Sports

Queer volleyball jocks flood Atlanta for Hotlanta Classic

Some 220 LGBTQ volleyball players from 28 teams nationwide took part in the Hotlanta Classic XXVI on Friday to Sunday.    READ MORE »

Georgia Beer Garden, All Stripes host soccer clinic for kids

Georgia Beer Garden, All Stripes host soccer clinic for kids

One lucky group of Atlanta kids learned how to play soccer thanks to professional athlete Gordon Wild and a loyal LGBTQ alliance.    READ MORE »

‘It’s a Raid!’ Atlanta’s Stonewall moment 50 years ago today

‘It’s a Raid!’ Atlanta’s Stonewall moment 50 years ago today

Ansley Mall might be known now for L.A. Fitness and “Bearbucks,” but 50 years ago, it was home to a theater that kickstarted Atlanta’s LGBTQ movement.    READ MORE »

City of Atlanta works to stabilize HIV housing eviction crisis

City of Atlanta works to stabilize HIV housing eviction crisis

More than three-quarters of the victims of an HIV housing crisis have avoided eviction and the city continues trying to process a backlog of millions in unspent federal funds.    READ MORE »

Police nab alleged gunman in murder of gay Decatur man

Police nab alleged gunman in murder of gay Decatur man

DeKalb County police arrested the third and final suspect in the “hate-motivated” murder of 28-year-old Decatur resident Trey Peters.    READ MORE »

Artist Emmy Marshall wants to lift up Atlanta’s queer arts community
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Artist Emmy Marshall wants to lift up Atlanta’s queer arts community

Emmy Marshall is having a moment. The artist takes a few minutes to talk inspiration, Atlanta's art scene, and his big plans in the coming months.    READ MORE »

Gay Marine veteran launches Pooler mayoral bid

Gay Marine veteran launches Pooler mayoral bid

Pooler business person Adam Bridges is moving on from a state House race loss to try and become the second openly LGBTQ mayor in Georgia.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Venerable annual traditions, fun one-off pop-ups, and all the weekly LGBTQ events to get into. That’s the Queer Agenda calendar calendar this Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Queer volleyball jocks throw final bash before big tournament
photos  |  Sports

Queer volleyball jocks throw final bash before big tournament

The Hotlanta Volleyball Association raised money on Saturday the best way they know how — by offering copious amounts of alcohol.    READ MORE »

Take a peek inside Woofs’ new home in 20 photos

Take a peek inside Woofs’ new home in 20 photos

Woofs owners, employees and patrons are settling into the popular gay sports bar’s new digs a mile south of their former home.    READ MORE »

When pre-conceptions cock block reality of finding a partner

When pre-conceptions cock block reality of finding a partner

"Since I already had an idea of what my partner should look like, I passed up some incredible potential partners because they didn’t fit the mold."    READ MORE »

Police arrest second suspect in murder of gay Decatur man

Police arrest second suspect in murder of gay Decatur man

A second suspect in the June hate crime murder of Trey Peters has been arrested and DeKalb police continue searching for a third person involved in the homicide.    READ MORE »

Q up Atlanta art, activism and #Ansley50 anniversary

Q up Atlanta art, activism and #Ansley50 anniversary

Unless you’re into whiplash, moving ahead while glancing back is a trick best done with a rearview mirror. This week’s Q is here for you.    READ MORE »

BJ Roosters boys suds up for pet charity car wash

BJ Roosters boys suds up for pet charity car wash

Your eyes didn’t deceive you — that was a bunch of guys in their underwear washing cars off Cheshire Bridge Road on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Legendary Children reunite like royalty at Star Bar

Legendary Children reunite like royalty at Star Bar

It was a one-night-only Royal Court Reunion for the drag-art collective Legendary Children on Friday at Star Bar.    READ MORE »

Police: Piedmont Park stabbing related to similar Midtown attack

Police: Piedmont Park stabbing related to similar Midtown attack

A man was stabbed multiple times and robbed in Piedmont Park several days after a similar attack less than two miles away.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber networks in College Park

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber networks in College Park

If it’s the fourth Friday of the month, that means the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is hosting a networking happy hour.    READ MORE »

Gay councilmember jumps into race for Doraville mayor

Gay councilmember jumps into race for Doraville mayor

Joseph Geierman is giving up his seat on the Doraville City Council for a shot at becoming the city’s first openly LGBTQ mayor.    READ MORE »

Monster in Law wants queer couple to act ‘less gay’

Monster in Law wants queer couple to act ‘less gay’

As their lives and their roles in yours change, it's time to find a new normal with the people who raised you or your spouse.    READ MORE »

Atlanta hires first-ever chief health officer to battle HIV

Atlanta hires first-ever chief health officer to battle HIV

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hired a public health expert with local ties to bolster the city’s efforts at fighting an HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

 
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