It’s a dark moment in LGBT history, yet it's still a bit of an unknown story: The intentionally-set fire that ravaged a New Orleans gay bar, killing 32 people. But a documentary about the tragedy from gay director Robert Camina returns to Atlanta.
Georgia native Lee Osorio hasn’t appeared in many roles in Atlanta theater – yet. But his latest one is a humdinger as the gay actor takes on the role of a gay man watching his gal pals get married off.
When Heretic's Alan Collins and Bearracuda's Matt Mikesell envisioned a weekend event bringing together bears from all over, they had no idea what to expect last year. But now Atlanta Bear Pride is becoming a popular tradition that brings out the fur and fun.
Troy Escamilla grew up watching the likes of Jamie Lee Curtis running from madmen in horror films. It’s a genre that has always appealed to him. And now the gay Houston screenwriter wants to make his own.
It’s a risqué celebration of the male form – and no longer a kept secret. Gay Atlanta photographer Bob Burkhardt returns with his buzzworthy 'Body & Soul' that offers enough flesh to fill his Kirkwood gallery.