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 34 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]

Mary’s calls all ‘Queers, Beers and Rears’

We’d all like to think we are as cool as the guys at Mary’s. But let’s face it, no matter how much you say, “We partied like rock stars,” this East Atlanta bar actually does it-–all the time and again on Friday.

‘A buck in the bucket’ to keep Pride alive

COMMENTARY: “Tighten your belt” quickly became the official mantra of 2009, and non-profits felt the pinch. Atlanta Pride was no exception, calling for help even as they roll up their own sleeves.

Local author to fight gay suicides at book event

Artist and writer James Randall Chumbley (photo) wants to turn his recent suicide attempt into something positive. His Wednesday book signing at Outwrite will benefit gay suicide prevention.

How to play a ‘Real Gay Housewife’ on TV

Hoping to repeat the success of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and capitalize on a proven formula, Logo now plans "Kept," a version of “Real Housewives.” But the casting call is kind of embarrassing.

‘Hate: Hope’ among Coming Out Day events

Georgia Equality leads the pack of locals commemorating Sunday's National Coming Out Day. The documentary "Anatomy of Hate: A Dialogue of Hope" includes a talk with the filmmaker.

Palin’s grandbaby daddy Levi to pose nude

Bravo’s Andy Cohen is on a covert mission to give us more flesh. He put the idea to pose nude into the pretty little head of Levi Johnston (photo), the dimwitted father of Sarah Palin’s grandchild.

Tray Butler brings Atlanta home with new book

Ramblin' man and hometown boy Tray Butler returns to Atlanta—and his gay roots—on Thursday at Outwrite with his new travel guide to the city he just can’t seem to make himself leave behind.

‘Big Gay Musical’ actor comes Out — On Film

Daniel Robinson turned down the audition for Friday’s festival opener three times. Now he says the role is a second coming out that brings him—and gay audiences—'full circle.'

Armorettes look back, forge ahead after 30 years

How do you measure 30 years? How much have you learned? How many friends have you gained or lost? That’s the Armorettes thinking as they plan their 30th anniversary show on Sunday at Jungle.

ATL could lose as Ryan White deadline looms

Almost $19 million in annual AIDS service funding in Atlanta through the federal Ryan White program is in jeopardy of expiring, so supporters want your email activism to help avoid a funding gaffe.

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