MEGA Family Project hosts parenting forum

The Atlanta-based MEGA Family Project rolls out the red carpet on its first annual MEGA Family Conference, which is set for Saturday with keynote speaker Anneliese Singh (photo).    READ MORE »

Thursday: 19 gay things to do today

Thursday brings out the L,G,B and/or T in you. Southern Comfort, 'Butch Factor,' the culture of 'Staring,' and really, What Would Morrissey Do? Britpop Revisited, among other nightlife events.    READ MORE »

Southern Comfort trans conference underway

Organizers have been planning for months, and early arrivals are settled in. Now the national stage is set for Atlanta’s annual transgender conference.    READ MORE »

Pride: Eagle owners added as grand marshals

UPDATED | 5:16 p.m. | Atlanta Pride, criticized over its selection of a police officer as a parade grand marshal, worked to quell the discontent by naming the Eagle's co-owners honorary grand marshals.    READ MORE »

Project Q Atlanta 2.0: new look, new partnership

It’s our birthday, and you get all the presents. Project Q Atlanta is proud to unwrap the easier-to-use redesign of our scrappy online destination for Atlanta queers.    READ MORE »

A rainbow of Pride lead-up parties

Even though it's been a tough year for Atlanta Pride, the group revitalized its community partnerships, resulting in a slew of events leading toward the big gay festival.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 19 gay things to do today

Your gay Hump Day is on the move. Events today let you run with gay candidates, stride with Pride, step into lesbian power, travel back to Havana, or just sit your tired ass down.    READ MORE »

Political candidates aplenty at gay firm’s party

When gay attorney Randy New (photo, right) and his partner, Russell Tippins, throw a party in their Ansley Park home, expect a long list of boldface names to make appearances.    READ MORE »

Pride taps pastor, officer as grand marshals

The Atlanta Pride Committee announced Tuesday that gay Rev. Chris Glaser and Atlanta Police Department Officer Dani Lee Harris (photo) are its grand marshals for the Nov. 1 Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Gallegos seeks to end flap over lawsuit threat

Miguel Gallegos, sensing his campaign for the Atlanta City Council might be stepping off a cliff, took pains Tuesday to wrap a tourniquet around a wound festering since last week.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 13 gay things to do today

Tuesday gets that much more queer with the Southern Comfort Conference, Social Tuesdays, the last tribute to E. Lynn Harris (photo), PinkEye Queer Film Salon, and bar theme nights.    READ MORE »

Franklin (finally) comments on Atlanta Eagle raid

Mayor Shirley Franklin has been so "Tardy for the Party" in the wake of the Atlanta Police Department's Sept. 10 raid on the Eagle that a reporter had to stalk her in Home Depot to get a comment.    READ MORE »

Monday: 15 gay things to do today

Monday's gay as a Lady Gaga song: Show your 'Poker Face,' best-seller for 'Money Honey,' stars mug for the 'Paparazzi' and on the edge for 'Boys Boys Boys.' 'Eh Eh Nothing Else We Can Say.'    READ MORE »

District 6: Ethics complaint, lawsuit threat, oh my

The District 6 race for the Atlanta City Council—already a hodgepodge of six candidates gay and straight—is heating up. There's an ethics complaint, campaign sniping and threats of a lawsuit.    READ MORE »

Rain or shine, the Eagle rallies continue

If you need a better understanding of just how pissed people are about the Atlanta Police Department's Sept. 10 raid of the Eagle, you need look no further than the steps of City Hall.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 13 gay things to do today

Make a rainy Sunday not so blue and oh so gay. Day two of Rosh Hashanah, two events with your Papi, the Armorettes (photo) say goodbye to Burkhart's, and bars extend your weekend.    READ MORE »

Freedom Bands looks to build roster for Pride

The Atlanta Freedom Bands opens its 16th marching band season on Sunday hoping to add new musicians in advance of the Atlanta Pride Festival.    READ MORE »

Simone Bell makes state House race official

Lesbian and longtime community activist Simone Bell officially launched her campaign for the state House earlier this week in the heart of the district she hopes to soon represent.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 31 gay things to do today

It's a big Saturday in gay Atlanta. The second protest against the Eagle raid, the Cotillion Ball, Kyle Keyser's House Party, and Superstars of Drag are just the tip of the iceberg.    READ MORE »

Blow by blow: 48 hours to Keyser’s mayoral bid

How exactly did Kyle Keyser, the only gay man in the mayoral race, get the money to go from grassroots crime-fighting activist to full-fledged candidate in just two days?    READ MORE »

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