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]

Girlyman shows local musicians some love

Two Atlanta-area performances by the alterna-queer phenom band Girlyman offer audiences a little something extra: opening acts by local favorites Lucas Mire and the Wayne Fishell Experiment.

Never take ATL’s Outwrite, Charis for granted

With the news that Washington’s legendary gay bookstore Lambda Rising is closing, here’s why two gay-owned independent booksellers are a privilege in LGBT Atlanta this week and all year.

Glambert makes Walters’ Most Overexposed list

It’s easier than a crack whore on Ponce to guess who’s on Barbara WaWa’s annual “Most Fascinating People” special. This year’s “Who You’re Most Sick Of” includes Adam Lambert.

Vote keeps former SoVo staff’s ‘Voice’

Much more than a name—GA Voice—was vetted Thursday when about 80 people gathered to hear plans for an LGBT news outlet helmed by Southern Voice’s former editor and its founder.

Get ‘Under the Influence’ of Jack Kinley’s art

Beginning Thursday at Radial Cafe, Atlanta gets its chance to reap the rewards of a personal moment about a year ago when local gay artist Jack Kinley decided to be true to himself.

Month-long ARTvision benefits Positive Impact

World AIDS Day marks not only an revitalized awareness of the disease, but it’s also the day Atlanta’s annual ARTvision online art sale begins its part in the fight.

ATL organizers step up World AIDS Day events

World AIDS Day commemorations may be nearing 25 years, but Tuesday’s Atlanta events show up in an unprecedented number that attack the pandemic from all sides.

Adam Lambert tops big gay gasps on AMAs

With a new album finally on the streets, the buzz about Adam Lambert is still more about his ability to make headlines. Sunday’s charged American Music Awards performance helps--sell records.

Nicole Paige Brooks, Sonique work ‘Drag Race’

When two locals make “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” we stand up and take notice. That’s right: Nicole Paige Brooks and Sonique made the grueling cut for Season 2, and as RuPaul says, “You betta watch.”

Parties With Impact shares its sweet success

Positive Impact already wins our hearts with a mental-health approach to HIV/AIDS. But if the way to your heart is through your sweet tooth, Saturday’s dessert reception is truly a recipe for success.

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