Red and yellow, black and white. They are precious in the sight of Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room. That went for gay, lesbian, straight and everybody else too as the bar hosted the return of one gay Atlanta favorite and the departure of another.
Who says we all can’t just get along? That certainly wasn’t the vibe at DJ Vicki Powell’s (top photo, right) Sunday Services last weekend. The monthly dance party gigs at Church resumed after a winter hiatus, just in time for the second part of a double-header goodbye for Kyle Keyser (left). Keyser heads out for a new life in Germany this week.
The night was also a Whitney Houston tribute, something former mayoral candidate and crime fighter Keyser, as DJ Homosexual, talked about last month when the pop star died. Read our ode to all things Keyser after you check out these raucous pics.
Photos by Loren Hoffmann
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