Cocktails and cash were flowing on Thursday as Jerusalem House hosted its annual Stars Party & Silent Auction to raise funds to support the group’s HIV housing efforts.
This year the event landed in a brand new location at Summerour Studio in West Midtown.
Guests enjoyed cocktails by Tito’s Handmade Vodka and light bites from No Mas Cantina, Seasons 52, Soiree Catering & Events, Taverna Pizzeria and Riostteria, Teranga Catering Without Borders and Vino Venue.
Will Scruggs played live jazz for the evening while the crowd bid on a number of travel and entertainment packages.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
A new plan by the Trump administration would open the door to employment discrimination of LGBTQ people and others, according to Georgia Equality. READ MORE »
Kathleen McQueen has launched a bid to become the College Park City Council’s sole woman and only LGBTQ member. READ MORE »
During sea-change TV transformation for transgender actors playing transgender characters on the small screen, these faces stand out. READ MORE »
A Sandy Springs business person dropped out of the 6th Congressional District race after publicly identifying himself as a white nationalist. READ MORE »
A major makeover is coming to Midtown Promenade that will lead to the departure of several longtime tenants. READ MORE »