Attention shoppers: We have a special on Friday events for your holiday weekend on Aisle 3. Don’t stampede, because that’s just rude. Besides, there’s plenty for everyone.
• Midtown ladies who love ladies love this lounge, too. Bellissima hosts Happy Hour, 6 p.m., followed by the ubiquitous lesbian musical duo Halcyon (top photo), 9 p.m.
• Unload those shopping bags into the trunk, and head directly to the video bar. Showtunes Cocktail Hour @ Mixx, 6 p.m.
• The ceremonial lighting of the baby Jesus (middle photo) tells you just how these guys think through the annual Thanksgiving Leftovers Party @ Mary’s. DJ Big Business early, 7 p.m. DJ No Shame late, 10 p.m.
• It’s baa-aack. Revisit the third-smallest town in Texas with two actors in two-dozen roles. “A Tuna Christmas” @ Theatre in the Square, 8 p.m. Enough Christmas for today? Don’t forget the lesbian romantic comedy “Fair Use” @ Actor’s Express, 8 p.m.
• And Friday was its name-o. Aqua Fridays @ Paris Decatur, 9 p.m. Fresh Fridays @ Jungle, 10 p.m. Fierce Fridays @ LeBuzz, 11 p.m. Friday Night Live @ Atlanta Live, 10 p.m.
• Click through all your nightlife options, including The Mary Edith Pitts Show (bottom photo) @ Burkhart’s, 11:30 p.m.
There are even more gay things to do on today’s Gay Agenda. View the full list on Project Q Atlanta’s interactive community calendar. You can also submit your own events.
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