Make your Thursday gayer. You’ll have to record the gayest “Project Runway,” of the season, because you’ll be busy with meet & greets, concerts, discussion groups, movies, and hey, you look like you could use a drink.
• That’s your business. Business Builder Luncehon with AGLCC @ Highland Tap, 11:55 a.m. Corporate Diversity Panel with AEN @ Trois, 6 p.m.
• Mid-Fulton Democrats host candidates for Mayor and City Council. Know Your Vote 2009 @ Manuel’s. 6 p.m.
• Out & Equal Atlanta invite you to Meet & Greet Pride Grand Marshal Officer Dani Lee Harris (top photo) @ Park75. 6:30 p.m.
• Let’s talk about it Over the Rainbow? with Gay Men’s Outreach @ AID Atlanta, 7 p.m. Coming Home, MEGA’s Coming Out Support Group. 7 p.m.
• This may be your Heaven. It’s Robert Olen Butler’s “Hell” with Outwrite @ Decatur Library. 7:15 p.m.
• The last outdoor movie of the season to help preserve this greenspace. Screen on Gotham Park shows “Mrs. Doubtfire.” 7:30 p.m.
Sing it. Folk singer Ellis joins the spoken word artists for Cliterati Open No-Mic @ Charis, 7:30 p.m. Heidi Hensley (middle photo) sings at her CD release party @ Bellissima, 9 p.m. Bradford Cox of Deerhunter (bottom photo) sings from his solo debut as Atlas Sound @ the Earl, 8:30.
You look like you could use a drink. Go get one.
View the full list of gay things to do today on Project Q Atlanta’s interactive community calendar. You can also submit your events.
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