Friends, colleagues and loved ones are mourning the sudden passing of HIV health educator, activist and advocate for the homeless Peter Stinner.Stinner died of...
Regina Simms, a longtime mother and mentor to drag queens and transgender entertainers in LGBTQ Atlanta, lost her battle with cancer just four days after her birthday. She was 61.
A native Georgian, who graduated from Emory and spoke in Atlanta last year about his LGBTQ history work, has died. David Carter leaves behind a rich legacy. He was 67.
A 27-year-old gay Atlanta property manager is being mourned by friends after he died in a one-car accident in Southwest Alabama early Sunday.
Allen Jones, the Atlanta Executive Network founder who friends hailed as an “unsung hero” of LGBTQ Atlanta, died on Sunday at the age of 82.
Popular LGBTQ Atlanta bartender and DJ Bernadette Patterson died on Aug. 5 following a long illness.
Berl Boykin – an organizer of the first Atlanta Pride march in 1971 and a longtime LGBT activist – died Saturday on the eve of the city’s 48th Annual Pride Festival. Boykin was 74.
Gay Atlanta bar manager and media veteran Lewis Covington is being remembered for touching many lives in the various roles he played at the center of LGBTQ Atlanta over the past 30 years. The Friends On Ponce manager died on Sept. 6 from unknown causes at age 66.
Gay Atlanta bartender Max Westlake served up drinks, laughs and drag names to the community for nearly 30 years before dying on Sept. 1 from unknown causes at age 66.
Friends and fans from across LGBTQ Atlanta are mourning the death of photographer Tim Wilkerson, who died Thursday. A memorial service at Amsterdam is in the works.
Friends and entertainers from across LGBTQ Atlanta will honor Lady Shabazz during a performance Monday at Cowtippers. The LGBTQ ally and performer died earlier this month.
Friends and supporters are mourning the loss of longtime DJ Andre Brown, a popular fixture at Bulldogs and in the gay Atlanta nightlife scene for nearly two decades who died earlier this week.
Friends are mourning the death of a 29-year-old gay Atlanta man, beloved basketball player and Delta flight attendant who drowned in Lake Lanier.
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Eleven LGBTQ leaders from metro Atlanta joined some 300 others nationwide to endorse Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, calling them “the most pro-equality ticket...
Between, beside and beyond the binary come those people who identify outside the traditional male and female roles and expectations.