When Sam Roni moved to Atlanta from Indonesia in 2000, he had $300 to his name, didn’t speak English, and took a job washing...
Coronavirus hits and everyone scrambles to define themselves in a new era. What’s a queer Atlanta graphic tee designer to do? Create masks, of course.
Shining a light on the black, queer experience is part and parcel of the music by local artist LNDN. Now the Atlanta artist has found a way to give back to other creators.
What do you do when gig life dries up? If you’re a queer in comedy, you take your show off the road and do what you gotta do like the rest of us, only funnier.
If you can’t quite place Brandé Elise, you might remember her as the ex of a former Atlanta Dream star, as a Lust List honoree, or you might even know her voice.
Jeremy Jackson has a message for you. More than one, in fact, and you can show it off on his line of clothing and other merchandise available all over LGBTQ Atlanta.
Atlanta’s GBTQ theater troupe turns to two mythic male figures for a reflection on male intimacy and the effects of wartime on any society.
Flux Inqueerior shares their origin story, the importance of living their truth in performances, and how they wind down when not in Flux mode.
Whether performing stand-up comedy or as a writer on 'Saturday Night Live,' Sam Jay's wit and warmth secure her position as a standout. That's just the beginning.
Comic Matteo Lane has been tearing it up on Comedy Central, a podcast and Instagram. He's back in Atlanta for three nights of comedy.
How Riley Mayhem developed a method of creating paper portraits, made the leap to become a working artist, then impressed City Hall.
When Atlanta needs a music mentor to guide its youth, they go to Notes for Notes, where Jen Hodges offers free instruction and a recording studio.
Adah-Duval Pittman-Delancey has "Champion” in her official job title, but it also fits her volunteerism with Teach America's LGBTQ youth initiative.
Out singer Tom Goss is making things personal, offering up even more heart and soul on his new album 'Territories' than he’s already known for.
You see Brad Gibson’s artwork regularly. You could easily be wearing one of his t-shirt designs. You could look right at him and not know it's him.
Meet Charlie Paine, the LGBTQ History Committee chair for Historic Atlanta, a volunteer-run group dedicated to preserving landmarks.
Maite Nazario is queering the Beltline. At just 19 years old, she has already made her mark on Atlanta’s art scene by celebrating queer and trans people of color in the form of a mural.
"I love sex. Show me a person, and right or wrong, I decide within milliseconds what they look like naked, whether or not I’d do them, and how it would be if I did."
Mehran Khaghani first made a splash as a contestant on NBC’s Last Comic Standing back in 2015. Since then, he’s been captivating audiences all over the country and plans to wow Atlanta this week.
Doug Spearman's new film with actor Darryl Stephens, "From Zero to I Love You" completes a 20-plus year journey to the screen when it plays the Out on Film festival on Sept. 27.
Grant Henry’s vision is always unique, his dreams always big, and the quirky results always undeniable. Patrons see that dynamic in action again with...
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...
Jorge Estevez moved to Atlanta to start his new job just weeks before the coronavirus pandemic hit, then racial justice protests unfolded and a...