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]

God-Des & She set to rock Bellissima on Friday

A stint on “The L Word” made their song “Lick It” a lesbian anthem. But the duo God-Des & She were bucking conventions long before then, and they’re sure to keep it up for their return to Atlanta.

Open marriage, trans rape, gay Super Bowl ad

Gay marriage vs. monogamy, NFL player accused of forcing himself on a trans woman, CBS declines gay ad (we have the video), and the rest of Friday's gay headlines.

‘Runway’ recap: Draped disaster, Black Thursday

Thursday’s “Project Runway” episode reminds us how far we have to go in Season 7 with 13 contestants still in it to win it, including all of Team Gay—and how far we’ve come from last year.

Most ‘POPular DJ’ plays victory set Thursday

The last three weeks have been crazy good for business for Blur Thursdays at Halo. DJs battled in Centaur Music’s POPular DJ contest, and the winner spins a victory lap this week.

Stunning, inspiring ‘Diana’ graces Civic Center

Don't be jealous. We've seen the exhibit you've been waiting for, and by our account, "Diana: A Celebration" opens Satuday just as modest, elegant and tasteful as the late princess herself.

‘Runway’ recap: fashion, drama both better

If the first two weeks of “Project Runway” Season 7 are any indication, Heidi and crew are fixing what they fucked up royally last fall. Personalities are big, designs are good, and that’s the way we like it.

Charis Circle says goodbye to three staffers

A “revolution” at the feminist non-profit Charis Circle includes the departure of both co-directors and venerable Charis Founder Linda Bryant, as well as an earnest, immediate search for an executive director.

Weird science: Is Atlanta the gayest U.S. city?

The next time we bitch about how Atlanta’s gay nightlife is dying, we can cite a subjective “study” in the Advocate that names our fair city the “gayest,” based mostly on a preponderance of gay bars.

Giddy gay guide to very ‘Gleeky’ Golden Globes

The Golden Globe nominations and Sunday's show pluck the strings of our truest gay hearts, and if it’s wrong to be beside ourselves about Awards Season, we just don’t want to be right.

‘Shakespeare Follies’ ain’t your same old Bard

Take 20 of Shakepeare’s most famous works, turn them on their ear with a modern comic twist in a loungey, interactive atmosphere, and you’re in for a real treat from Odd Man Out Theater Company.

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