My Sister’s Room canceled its annual St. Patty’s Day bash on Saturday, but that didn’t keep LGBTQ Atlanta from showing up for a night of drinks and beats.
The popular lesbian bar canceled the party over concerns about the coronavirus. Owners Jennifer and Jamie Maguire announced Monday that the bar would close through the end of March.
But on Saturday, there was only time to take in the moment before the doors shut for a break.
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Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood
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