Hurricane Ida’s making herself known, but Tuesday’s not all wet. Comic Eddie Sarfaty, the Hidden Cameras, a new gay singles group, a meeting for more action against the Eagle Raid, the Big Gay Supper Club and much more make sure the day’s not a total wash-out.
• Keeping up the pressure after the Eagle raid, community activist group “BLOCS” meet about the APD’s Red Dog Unit @ Fulton Central Library, 6 p.m.
• Boys on this side; girls on that side. Boy Talk and Womyn’s Lounge @ YouthPride. Both at 6:30 p.m.
• A new group for mixing, mingling and meeting. Gay Singles in Midtown “Meetup,” 6:30 p.m.
• Sexy comic Eddie Sarfaty (top photo) performs his stand up act “Mental: A Night of Homo-Neurotic Comedy” @ Actor’s Express, 8 p.m. Read our preview.
• This one’s brand new. Weekly Yoga with Yolo @ Men Stopping Violence, 7 p.m.
• They’d be cool even if they weren’t so gay. The Hidden Cameras (bottom photo) perform @ The Earl, 8:30 p.m.
• Mab Segrest presents “The Milldegeville Mental Hospital and the Georgia Surreal” @ Charis, 7 p.m.
• The Big Gay Supper Club does its monthly cocktails and dinner tour of local restaurants @ Market at W Buckhead, 7 p.m.
• Raising the bars. More nightlife options than you can shake your stick at.
There’s much more on today’s Gay Agenda. View the full list of gay things to do today on Project Q Atlanta’s interactive community calendar. You can also submit your own events.
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