Well-earned kudos went out on Friday as Georgia Voice newspaper threw a party and handed out its annual awards for all that’s gay and good in Atlanta as voted on by its readers.
Hundreds of nominees and winners in dozens of categories gathered at the Georgian Terrace for the “Best of Atlanta” party. Guests enjoyed cocktails, munchies, DJ beats and an awards ceremony emceed by WABE reporter and anchor Jim Burress.
The long list of winners included Project Q Atlanta for Best LGBT Website for the sixth consecutive year.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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