LGBTQ Atlanta’s past, present and future collide in Q ATLus

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The present moment is always made of both history and hopes. At Project Q and Q ATLus, we love finding that balance between past, future and what’s going on right now.

In this issue of our print publication, if we’re not pedaling through a bicycle tour of LGBTQ history, we’re flashing back through decades of a local legend. If we’re not revisiting the best queer ATL party photos, we’re looking ahead to a new era with a gay business owner.

It’s a lot, so it helps sometimes to refocus on the now and express gratitude. In addition to all of the above community features, 10 Q Things stops and smells the gray sweatpants. Um, our cover feature takes a moment to appreciate a few of our favorite things about November.

To keep you in the moment, or not too far from it, Q Events has this week’s must-do list, and our weekly features also include juicy tidbits in Q Advice, a self-guided Q Map and the promise of the freshest news and information every day right here on our homepage.

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Find each new edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta.


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