Gentlemen’s Ball founders opening restaurant in College Park

A gay-owned restaurant that celebrates the Gullah-Geechee culture is coming to downtown College Park in late spring.    READ MORE »

Gay teacher accused of stealing $100,000 before killing boyfriend

Three days before allegedly shooting and killing a man he had been dating, a gay DeKalb high school teacher was in court facing charges of stealing $100,000 from his church.    READ MORE »

Boybutante Ball hits 30 flirty, fabulous years of Athens drag

The Boybutante Ball celebrates a major anniversary on Saturday, but organizers hope to hit another milestone — raising $1 million to fight HIV/AIDS since the ball’s inception.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta entertainer Brent Star battling kidney disease

Brent Star is used to making people laugh for a living, but on April 4, he posted a serious request on Facebook: he needs a kidney.    READ MORE »

Fired Georgia Tech basketball coach accused of groping player

A former Georgia Tech women’s basketball player has alleged that recently-fired head coach MaChelle Joseph fondled her in a hotel room in 2002.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor wants Drag Queen Storytime at City Hall

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is opening up the doors of City Hall to a drag queen who got snubbed by Fulton County.    READ MORE »

These 14 Atlanta companies got perfect scores on LGBTQ equality

Some 14 metro Atlanta-based corporations, law firms and financial institutions nabbed a perfect score on their approach to LGBTQ employees, customers and policies.    READ MORE »

Peer coaching group Rainbros rebrands to meet LGBTQ demand

Three years after peer coaching organization Rainbros launched, the group is expanding its reach and changing its name to reflect more of LGBTQ Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Trans woman sues Cobb sheriff over jail harassment

A transgender woman thrown in the Cobb County Jail over an unpaid $15 fine alleges that staffers mistreated her and housed her with male detainees who abused and sexually harassed her.    READ MORE »

Miss Sophia returning to air on LGBTQ Atlanta radio station

Popular Atlanta drag queen Miss Sophia is making her return to radio three months after being dropped as a cast member from V-103’s popular “Frank & Wanda in the Morning” show.    READ MORE »

Fulton cancels Drag Queen Storytime at Alpharetta library

Fulton County refuses to say why it pulled the plug on a Drag Queen Storytime event scheduled for April in Alpharetta.    READ MORE »

Gwinnett teachers suspended for mocking boy’s sexuality

Two Gwinnett County school teachers were suspended after they repeatedly teased a 14-year-old boy about his sexuality in front of his entire class.    READ MORE »

Bulldogs staying put in Midtown despite towering new neighbors

New skyrise apartment towers will soon surround Bulldogs, but the owner of the popular Midtown gay bar says he has “no plans whatsoever” to sell and leave his prime Peachtree Street property.    READ MORE »

Chick-fil-A keeps donating to anti-LGBTQ groups, youth home in Ga.

Chick-fil-A is under fire again after newly released tax filings show the Atlanta-based chicken giant donated $1.8 million to anti-LGBTQ organizations in 2017.    READ MORE »

Georgia high school boots trans student from prom king ballot

Students at a high school in Gainesville, Ga., nominated a transgender boy to be prom king, but the school reportedly removed him from the ballot.    READ MORE »

Charis Books moving after 45 years in Little Five Points

Charis Books & More – the South’s oldest indie feminist bookstore – ends a 45-year chapter in Little Five Points on Saturday before re-opening in Decatur a week later.    READ MORE »

HIV fueled by people unaware of status, not receiving treatment

More than 80 percent of the 39,000 new HIV infections in the U.S. each year are transmitted by people unaware they have HIV or those not being treated for it, federal health officials said Monday.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned MetroFresh opening second Midtown spot

Gay Atlanta restauranteur Mitchell Anderson is expanding the MetroFresh footprint by bringing the popular eatery to a Midtown high rise.    READ MORE »

Woofs moving from longtime home to new larger location

Woofs is packing up its flat-screen TVs, team banners and rainbow paraphernalia and moving from its longtime home after 17 years on Piedmont Road.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta radio reporter struggles with voice loss

A gay, award-winning reporter for NPR’s Atlanta affiliate was back on the air Monday for the first time since losing his voice in January — but he’s far from done fighting permanent voice loss.    READ MORE »

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