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Gay Atlanta florist Foxgloves & Ivy retains its bloom through pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic created a mixed bag for Atlanta florist Foxgloves & Ivy. Wedding cancelations torpedoed business, but other holidays managed to make up...

Meet the gay couple that brings the ‘Ha Ha’ to Hapeville

https://youtu.be/kA7zVHs-mPs When the appetite for laughs outgrew their backyard, Hapeville couple Douglas and Dewey McGeoch did what you’d expect of any gays that like to...

ABC reporter Steve Osunsami marks 23 years in LGBTQ Atlanta

Atlanta-based ABC News correspondent Steve Osunsami has been “100 percent” out and proud at every job he’s ever had. “I am Black first, people see...

Healthcare experts help LGBTQs navigate final weeks of open enrollment

With two weeks left in Open Enrollment on the Affordable Care Act's health insurance marketplace, experts from AbsoluteCare Medical Center answered questions specific to...

Queued Up: 7 local LGBTQ Podcasts with Georgia on Their Minds

After a fascinating chat with out-late lesbians, the popularity of our own Podcast Q plus several new audio offerings by LGBTQ Atlantans, we got...

Out Georgia celebrates Atlanta’s top LGBTQ business leaders

The LGBTQ business owners of Out Georgia Business Alliance feted their top members in multiple categories on Thursday during a Facebook Live celebration. In a...

Felix’s on the Square owner David Camp dies at 66

Friends throughout LGBTQ Atlanta are mourning the loss of David Camp, the longtime owner of Felix’s on the Square who died during Atlanta Pride...

Atlanta podcasters help out-late lesbians find hope, clarity

Less than five years after Melisa Raney and Alli Vaccaro divorced their longtime husbands, they launched the Lesbian Chronicles podcast for people coming out...

Ian Aber on staying sassy and queer during corona

Ian Aber remembers those hours-long prep sessions of grilled cheese sandwiches with his husband and mother-in-law. Day-old bread from the bakery. Cheap cheese from...

Campaign helps MSR as one of only 15 lesbian bars left in U.S.

A crowdfunding effort aims to help the only remaining lesbian bars in the country stay afloat. Of course, that includes Atlanta’s own My Sister’s...

Pandemic pushes LGBTQ-owned dinner theater to the brink

Good food, laughs, a fun mystery, and a room full of strangers that become friends. That’s how you create an iconic Atlanta venue, and...

Metro Atlanta teen named Georgia’s first trans homecoming king

Riverwood International Charter School took its place in LGBTQ history during its Oct. 13 football game. That’s the night Connor Fair became the first...

LGBTQ-owned eatery No Mas! gives back during tough times

No one would blame Walt Bilinski and Steve MacNeil if they laid low after losing 90 percent of sales at No Mas! Cantina back...

This gay Gwinnett couple is winning pandemic-era Halloween

Ben Ku and his fiancé are using YouTube, supplies from the hardware store and inspiration from a popular video game to make Halloween safe...

Expertise and office ‘family’ help LGBTQ dentist weather 2020

LGBTQ Atlanta dentist Chip Hill, DDS, PC had one leg up on the rest of the world back in March. As broadsided as anyone...

Stonewall Bar awards $33,000 in grants to help trans Atlantans

The Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia granted $11,000 each to three Atlanta non-profits that fight for housing, healthcare and education for Black transgender people. The...

‘TikTok sisters’ drive views, LGBTQ attitudes amid cancer battle

At first glance, you might not think siblings whose styles diverge so much would be super close. Maybe you wouldn’t imagine them collaborating on...

Why Midtown isn’t Atlanta’s only LGBTQ anchor anymore

As some incessant chatter goes, monied yuppies in reversed suburban flight ruined Midtown, and LGBTQ Atlanta is worse for it. We fixed up the place, and...

20 for 2020: LGBTQ Atlantans with year-round Pride

Nothing says LGBTQ Atlanta like its people, and especially in a year of twists and turns, it's nice to stop, rest on their laurels...

Atlanta Pride 2020 is super different. We’re still here for it.

Who ever said that being different is a bad thing? Certainly not us, and certainly not when talking about LGBTQ Atlanta. The entire 2020 universe...
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