The sexy fun dance party grind that is Brut brought its distinctive beats to Atlanta on Sunday during a special holiday weekend debut at Heretic.
The duo behind it – Dan Darlington and Peter Napoli – promised gay Atlanta an event that would "explode into dance." "My music makes you dance with your hips. It is more of a grind," Darlington teased in an interview with Project Q Atlanta.
And Brut – which started in New York in 2013 and has since danced its way to Chicago, L.A. and more – did just that. The event also raised money for Ready 4 Hope, which in turn donates its cash to HIV charities.
The transgender-led Solutions Not Punishment Coalition is hitting a milestone by splitting off from its parent group to form its own organization. READ MORE »
Pete Buttigieg will attend at least four events and launch a black outreach initiative while in Atlanta for the upcoming Democratic presidential debate. READ MORE »
Fabnormal is coming. The latest combination of must-attend event by Rigel Gemini and must-see artwork by his husband Cameron Lee takes a bow on Friday. READ MORE »
Gov. Brian Kemp’s plan to revamp healthcare in Georgia is fiscally irresponsible and puts people with HIV at risk, according to LGBTQ members of a committee tasked with ending the epidemic. READ MORE »
Entertainment mogul Tyler Perry will devote part of his new 330-acre movie studio in Southwest Atlanta to housing LGBTQ homeless youth. READ MORE »