July and Q ATLus go off like fireworks in LGBTQ Atlanta

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Just as you catch your breath from June, Fourth of July Weekend and another issue of Q ATLus magazine shoot into Atlanta. Bang, boom, pow, y’all.

This edition starts with ways healthcare can do better for LGBTQ patients – and what you can look for in potential providers. On other serious issues, we have an ever-growing crop of local LGBTQ News.

The weekly calendar lights up the night with holiday weekend events, and Q Community brightens summer with a familiar name in a surprising place. Guac y Margys takes over the old Amsterdam gay bar location.

What else is popping? Glad you asked. Three blasts of Q Shots photos and some truth-telling Q Advice.

Read every word. There’s a quiz, and you’re expected to know your stuff. Not really, but you can and should. Pick us up in your favorite LGBTQ bars, clubs and restaurants, or read the full issue online here:

Find us each week at LGBTQ and allied venues, and find new content here every day.


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