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Out Front rethinks ‘Sordid Lives’ with a groundbreaking twist

Jacob Demlow could have easily followed a traditional route for Del Shores’ classic, but his take featuring an all African-American central family at the heart of the comedy breaks new ground.

Iconic Role: Taking on Actor’s Express’ epic Angels in America

Out actor Grant Chapman chose the right material to make a splash in Atlanta theater. He plays one of the central characters in the currently running epic, Angels in America.

Meet the 20 hottest festival hunks of Out on Film 30

Atlanta’s LGBT film festival hits its prime bigger than ever and filled with its annual assortment of movies, guests and special events. Of course, Out on Film also does it with its usual quota of serious eye candy.

Meet 16 hunks coming to gay Atlanta for Out on Film

Out on Film is bringing its biggest festival yet to gay Atlanta. And the roster of eye candy keeps growing. Here's a rundown of the hunks of the festival, some of which will be on hand during the event.

Gay playwright makes stage debut with Atlanta production

Despite his brief time in Atlanta, gay actor and playwright Derek Dixon is making an imprint in local theater. His 'When Things are Lost' is up and running now as part of Essential Theatre’s summer festival.

SouthEast LeatherFest ready to spank gay Atlanta

On the surface, it’s a weekend full of sexy leather men and women. Beyond that, though, SouthEast LeatherFest is full of demos, camaraderie, parties and educational elements.

Ready 4 Hope preps for its big gay Atlanta party

Gay Atlanta doesn’t need a reason to party. Yet when it’s for charity, the rush to the dance floor gets frenzied. Enter Ready 4 Hope, a red hot party with a purposed this weekend.

Living Room serves gay Atlanta ‘Taste of Life’

Gay Atlanta is in for a treat on Saturday as Living Room, which provides housing for people with HIV, offers a refashioned version of its signature fundraiser. Think food, wine and fun for a cause.

‘Looking’ for an ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ gay time

Gays looking for an entertainment fix have options aplenty this weekend. Patsy and Edina come to the big screen in 'Absolutely Fabulous' while HBO closes 'Looking' with the finale you've been waiting for.

Gay Atlanta artists debut tribute to Spice Girls

Paul Wolski's brand of stylishly gay art has dotted Atlanta for years and now the designer has unleashed his talents on a new book celebrating the Spice Girls on their 20th anniversary.

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