Mike Fleming

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Mike Fleming is editor and co-publisher of Project Q Atlanta, Q Magazine and Q ATLus. His career spans 33 years in print and online media. In Atlanta, he has been Features Editor at Southern Voice and editor of David Atlanta. Previously, he worked at daily newspapers in Houston, Texas. Reach him at [email protected]

‘Runway’ reveals finalists as gay love blossoms

UPDATED | Friday, Nov. 6, 1:04 p.m. Way more interesting than the final challenge toward Bryant Park on "Project Runway" is the romance of Wesley Nault and Daniel Feld from last season.

Charis: 35 years of community and books

There’s a sense of history when you walk into Charis Books & More. And with good reason. The lesbian-feminist bookstore that could celebrates 35 years with events Wednesday - Saturday.

Aquarium bathes Pride kickoff in rainbow colors

Months of anticipation and a week of LGBT people jumping on board in the name of Pride culminate at Friday’s official Atlanta Pride Kickoff Party at the Georgia Aquarium.

How can you resist an art show with ‘Only Dick’?

People celebrate Pride in so many ways. At a time when we're extolling the virtues of lesbian and gay unity, the W Midtown opens an exhibit Thursday that's decidedly one-sided.

Adam Lambert’s new album cover: Xanadon’t?

The early reviews are decidedly mixed for the cover of Adam Lambert’s debut CD. Some ask if we’re reliving ‘80s mistakes, but others assert that it’s all that bad that makes it oh-so-good.

What to wear: butch, sexy, funny costume ideas

With the full pressure of Pride-O-Ween, it’s not enough to just do drag or slap on military duds this year. We want your ideas to make it perfectly gay, and offer a few kick-start suggestions.

Oh that Sister Louisa’s wacky Sunday Services

Dang that kooky artist, bartender and local gadabout Grant Henry, aka Sister Louisa (top photo). He never ceases to surprise us, and his irreverent new monthly art gathering is no exception.

DJ Escalante knows we like our Mexican spicy

It’s been a while since Carioca Productions brought almost-weekly parties to Atlanta, but a Saturday appearance at Jungle by DJ Isaac Escalante lets us taste what we’ve been missing.

Saturday ALHI events plead: ‘Save the TaTas’

Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Bellissima want you to remember lesbian breasts. The ‘Titty Titty Bang Bang’ party and ‘Health Fair 2 Go’ each takes matters firmly in hand.

Congress sends Ryan White bill to Obama

The U.S. House voted 408-9 Wednesday to enact the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act. The House version matches a Senate version that passed Monday by unanimous consent.

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