Georgia Voice honored scores of LGBTQ ATL faves on Thursday night at the publication’s annual Best of Atlanta awards.
The media outlet unveiled the winners during a shindig at the Georgian Terrace Hotel, with drag entertainer Mona Lott handling emcee (and, sometimes, crowd control) duties.
The list of winners included us, Project Q Atlanta. We’re humbled and thankful to all for picking us for Best LGBTQ Blog/Website every year since the inception of the awards in 2010.
Check out the full list of winners here.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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