Category:  Arts & Culture

‘Giant Little Ones’ opens with exploration of queer identity

‘Giant Little Ones’ opens with exploration of queer identity

Franky and Ballas are your typical, dreamy, high school students. They’re handsome, big men on campus, best friends since childhood, and popular leaders of the swim team, and they’re about to share an intense sexual experience.    READ MORE »

Explore the male form with four artists showing ‘Body & Soul’

Explore the male form with four artists showing ‘Body & Soul’

Since opening in Kirkwood nearly a decade ago, Bob Burkhardt’s pb&j gallery has featured diverse works by even more diverse artists, but one exhibition each year is especially close to his heart.    READ MORE »

‘Men With Money,’ 50s gays without all that bigot baggage

‘Men With Money,’ 50s gays without all that bigot baggage

Aurora Theatre opens another big, splashy musical that it’s known for, but the Lawrenceville troupe also does something that it's never done — an LGBTQ-themed production.    READ MORE »

Jenn Snyder hits Atlanta with Southern style and blunt comedy

Jenn Snyder hits Atlanta with Southern style and blunt comedy

Get ready, Atlanta. Jenn Snyder is a powerhouse comedian tearing up stages all over the country with a bold style and great backstory, and she’s coming to Atlanta this week for a one-nighter.    READ MORE »

Atlanta author Timothy Keys debuts ‘I Don’t Want to be That’

Atlanta author Timothy Keys debuts ‘I Don’t Want to be That’

Timothy Keys is out with his debut book, an autobiographical look into the world of a black gay man in the South. Keys talks with Q about writing it, what he learned, and who should play him in a movie version.    READ MORE »

Art imitates life for gay dance couple visiting Atlanta

Art imitates life for gay dance couple visiting Atlanta

Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor are no strangers to social issues or identity politics. Nor are they afraid to include those themes in their compelling work, landing in Atlanta this weekend.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival launches queer-inclusive lineup

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival launches queer-inclusive lineup

It’s the biggest film festival that Atlanta sees all year, one of the biggest Jewish ones in the world, and known for its broad appeal. The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival opens with compelling LGBTQ-inclusive films.    READ MORE »

Prodigal queer returns with Hollywood and Hedwig in tow

Prodigal queer returns with Hollywood and Hedwig in tow

It’s was nearly two decades since Chad Darnell lived in Midtown when his feet hit that hallowed soil again in 2018. This week, he kicks off the year as the face of an iconic queer show at Pinch ‘N’ Ouch Theatre.    READ MORE »

These artists are already queering 2019 for your year in pop culture

These artists are already queering 2019 for your year in pop culture

Things to look forward to in the New Year can sometimes feel like a mystery. Luckily, there’s already plenty of queer and queer-created movies, television, music and books in the works for 2019.    READ MORE »

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

All she wants to do for Thanksgiving is bring her girlfriend home and come out to her parents and family, but matters get sidetracked for the main character in the comedic “Lez Bomb.”    READ MORE »

ATL is Burning blends ball culture with a live music dance party

ATL is Burning blends ball culture with a live music dance party

When Southern Fried Queer Pride decides to serve something fresh, count on a creative event. When they join forces with national LGBTQ talents and a huge brand sponsor, it’s a sure bet.    READ MORE »

10 signs that LGBTQ rights fights are shifting everyday culture

10 signs that LGBTQ rights fights are shifting everyday culture

When the going gets rough, it's empowering to look up from queer battles and headaches to acknowledge both the subtle and blatant changes all around us as signs of the times.    READ MORE »

Frenchie Davis coming to Atlanta to fulfill her destiny

Frenchie Davis coming to Atlanta to fulfill her destiny

Grammy-nominated singer Frenchie Davis is closing in on 20 years in the music business, so she’ll be loaded with songs to belt out when she plays Out Front Theatre on Nov. 7.    READ MORE »

Out Front opener explores gay bar massacre 40 years before Pulse

Out Front opener explores gay bar massacre 40 years before Pulse

If your queer history doesn’t yet include the 1973 arson attack in New Orleans, let this be your tutorial. If you only know the outcome, let "The View Upstairs" at Out Front Theatre personalize it.    READ MORE »

‘Pose’ creator talks pressure and success, teases Season 2

‘Pose’ creator talks pressure and success, teases Season 2

"Pose" co-creator Steven Canals talks about getting inspiration from "Paris Is Burning," the fight to get the show made, making magic with Ryan Murphy and the pressure to get it right.    READ MORE »

The best queer characters expanding mainstream TV this fall

The best queer characters expanding mainstream TV this fall

Show time! The 2018 TV season offers scores of queers in minor roles, walk-ons and cameos, as well as a relatively rich roster of leading, key or main characters.    READ MORE »

Kathy Griffin has ‘giant pot of tea’ to spill on Trump in Atlanta

Kathy Griffin has ‘giant pot of tea’ to spill on Trump in Atlanta

Comedian Kathy Griffin tackles the Trump photo controversy that almost ended her career in her 'Laugh Your Head Off World Tour,' hitting the Cobb Energy Centre on Sept. 21.    READ MORE »

Peanuts strip comes full queer circle in ‘Dog Sees God’

Peanuts strip comes full queer circle in ‘Dog Sees God’

The lessons and characters of the beloved comic featuring Snoopy and his friends are all grown up as disenfranchised youth in the thoroughly modern 'Dog Sees God' at Out Front.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta artist breathes life into other people’s bodies

LGBTQ Atlanta artist breathes life into other people’s bodies

When human bodies become canvases, art is elevated. It's a transcendence that makes local painter Roberto Hernandez a master of living art.    READ MORE »

Judy Gold hits ATL with humor in her heart and the F Word on her lips

Judy Gold hits ATL with humor in her heart and the F Word on her lips

Veteran writer, actress and comedian Judy Gold hits Atlanta Monday night with love-over-hate for the social movements that the current "bunch of idiots" administration has launched.    READ MORE »

 
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