So much for a weekend off. The gay jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta made up some rained out games on Saturday as their spring season continues at Candler Park.
But the league isn’t all about the on-the-gridiron action. They’ll gather Tuesday for dinner at Zocalo and hit Frogs on June 2 for a beer bust that should prove as popular as their margarita bust in March.
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