Thousands of people flocked to Piedmont Park on Sunday to celebrate Black Gay Pride with an outdoor festival packed with food, entertainment and vendors.
The annual Pure Heat Community Festival delivered big – again – with a day-long effort in the park. The people turned out in rainbows, bare chested and even in heels to show their Pride on Sunday.
Just like they did last year, in 2014, 2013 and the year before that, too.
Pure Heat, Traxx Girls and Vision Community Foundation hosted a welcome reception on Thursday along with days of educational programming at the Center for Civil & Human Rights.
The dollars flew and the drinks flowed as the Chug drag show returned to Georgia Beer Garden in Sweet Auburn. READ MORE »
Charis Books & More held its annual fundraiser on Friday featuring performances by several local queer artists. READ MORE »
Former Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens called on the legislature to join 46 other states across the nation and finally pass a hate crimes law. READ MORE »
"He said I sent mixed signals, and that he doesn’t have time for games — all because I didn’t drop everything and drop my panties." READ MORE »
Jen and Emily Chan are expanding their “mostly Southern, mainly Asian” food delivery club to a full-service restaurant in Cabbagetown. READ MORE »