Patrick Saunders

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Patrick Saunders is a reporter and editor with extensive experience in digital and print journalism covering community affairs, social justice, politics and public health for two of the largest LGBTQ publications in the South. He is a subject matter expert and trusted authority on LGBTQ issues in Georgia.

My Sister’s Room being torn down to make way for (more) condos

The owners of My Sister’s Room are on the lookout for a new space. The popular lesbian bar on 12th Street in Midtown is...

Atlanta HIV agency celebrates 30 years, announces fundraising campaign

Positive Impact Health Centers celebrates 30 years of fighting HIV in Atlanta with a community celebration on Nov. 10 and a fundraising campaign to...

Local LGBTQ candidates rack up election wins, fight on to runoffs

A gay former Atlanta City Councilmember will return to his post, the council may gain the first LGBTQ Muslim elected official in Georgia history,...

Atlanta HIV group launches Thrive 365 app to connect Black gay men

Advocacy group Thrive SS launches a new app this week for Black gay and bisexual men living with HIV in metro Atlanta. The "Thrive 365"...

One-man show walks Mitchell Anderson down memory lane

Emmy-nominated actor and gay Atlanta restauranteur Mitchell Anderson reflects on his life and unique career in his all-new cabaret-style show "You Better Call Your...

Take the new bike tour that uncovers queer Atlanta history

Critical moments, people and places in LGBTQ Atlanta history get the spotlight in a unique way with a new queer Atlanta history bicycle tour. The...

Gay Atlanta apparel retailer ABETTERBUZZ debuts first physical store

Popular gay-owned online store ABETTERBUZZ Brand Goods reached a milestone this month with the opening of its first brick-and-mortar store. ABETTERBUZZ was one of three...

HHS funds inject millions into Georgia’s HIV battle

The federal government awarded over $1 million to three Georgia health clinics last month to expand HIV prevention, treatment, outreach and care. The grants from the...

Georgia Equality endorses seven LGBTQ candidates in local races

Georgia Equality weighed in with endorsements in several municipal races as early voting continues and Election Day approaches on Nov. 2. The endorsements also...

Chamblee official to become city’s first LGBTQ mayor

Chamblee City Councilmember Brian Mock is running unopposed in his race for mayor. Even before Election Day, that secures his spot in history as...

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