The Atlanta Bucks warmed up for their season with a beer bust. But on Saturday, the gay rugby squad got down to business with their first match.
The Bucks lost their match against the Valdosta State Blazers, but will get another shot on March 24 when they travel south to play on the Blazers’ home pitch. The Bucks play a home match on March 17 when they take on a Georgia State squad.
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Queen was just the tip of ‘royalty’ in Atlanta’s LGBTQ events. Ball legend Kia Labeija and Club kid Rify Royalty top a busy weekend, so get to it. READ MORE »
Israeli music producer, DJ and remixer Yinon Yahel came stateside for one hot visit to Heretic on Saturday night. READ MORE »
Brendan Maclean gave hope for queer pop music fans everywhere at The Basement in East Atlanta Village on Saturday. READ MORE »