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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...

Out Front takes Atlanta to ‘Xanadu’ as season kickoff

Atlanta’s LGBTQ theatrical troupe kicks off its live-theater 2021-2022 season on Thursday with three fun-filled weeks of the musical favorite, “Xanadu.” The show is Out...

Gay couple’s Southern Roots Spice Shop flavors Chamblee

Todd McKinley and Lynn Brewington are the talk of Chamblee after opening their cafe, Southern Roots Spice Shop, earlier this year. “Flavor is at the...

Gay-owned trail and outdoor store thrives in Georgia mountains

When Eric Champlin and Rob Sollie opened Trailful Outdoor Company in Hiawassee in 2019, they had no anxiety about being an out and proud...

PALS Atlanta volunteer returns to support pets, people with HIV

When Roy Mead first started volunteering for Pets Are Loving Support 30 years ago, it was an HIV/AIDS war zone. “Everybody was dying,” he told...

Gay Atlanta WABE reporter returns to airwaves after heart surgery

WABE radio’s Jim Burress is back on the airwaves after a six-week break to recover from congenital heart surgery. Unfortunately, heart conditions are all in...

This small-town Georgia official has been out and proud for 55 years

Hamilton, Ga., Mayor Pro Tem Ransom Farley was around 11 or 12 years old when his grandmother told him he was “special.” He realized what...

Queer Atlanta charities ‘floored’ by Lil Nas X donations

Lil Nas X asked fans to pony up for three Atlanta HIV and LGBTQ advocacy groups with the release of his new album “Montero.” The...

Group sends questions to Atlanta Pride seeking transparency

An open meeting took place on Thursday at My Sister’s Room to challenge Atlanta Pride Committee’s internal processes. The upshot was a list of...

Atlanta extends bar hours for Pride Sunday

The City of Atlanta will extend bar hours on Sunday, Oct. 10, allowing celebrations to go late on the last night of Pride Weekend. Despite...

Gay Atlanta couple takes over longtime Atlantic Station eatery

Longtime Atlantic Grill patrons Sean Bishop and Reggie Stotts loved the restaurant so much, they bought it. Now the couple is in the process of...

The Atlanta apparel perfect for you to ‘Be Your Own’ Pride

Your personal Pride is never canceled. As LGBTQ people across Atlanta set their own Pride schedules without a festival or parade this year, it's on...

Fulton library renamed for LGBTQ pioneer Joan Garner

Beloved community organizer and former Fulton County Commissioner Joan Garner was immortalized on Monday with the renaming of the Ponce de Leon Library in...

Gay Atlanta HGTV star lands Discovery+ show ‘Mind for Design’

Gay Atlanta designer Brian Patrick Flynn is best known for his work on HGTV’s sweepstakes competitions “Urban Oasis” and “Dream Home.” Now he’s nabbed...

Trans Atlanta activist named to Biden’s presidential HIV council

Atlanta’s own Tori Cooper became the first Black transgender woman appointed to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS earlier this month. “I’m very humbled, very...

Here’s why Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is critical

The South is the current epicenter of HIV in the US, so it comes as great importance that Aug. 20 is designated Southern HIV/AIDS...

Las Margaritas engulfed in flames, pledges to rebuild

Eyewitness photos and video lit up Atlanta’s LGBTQ online networks on Monday evening with reports that “Las Margaritas is on fire.” Fire fighters put out...
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