Q ATLus keeps your mind engaged and your calendar full

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Whether you want to emerge from your cacoon with appropriate distance and accessories, or you’d rather stay huddled in air-conditioned isolation, this issue of Q ATLus is here for you.

After a delay due to — (gestures broadly) you know, 2020 — Atlanta’s annual Peach Party is a go for this weekend with seven in-person events across three days. Our cover story lines up the DJs from around the world who will be driving the beats. That party series is just the beginning of the Q Events calendar, which is packed with virtual and in-person things to do.

Speaking of folks to see, event promoter, philanthropist and restauranteur Gee Smalls adds “author” to his resume with his new memoir, Black Enough, Man Enough. Meet him in Q People. In Q Community, read how COVID-19 affects homeless LGBTQ youth and the organizations trying to help them.

All the while, stay abreast of topics in our weekly features. Get a lift in 10 aspects of LGBTQ culture that are here to stay, and burst a false bubble in Red flags on the field of love.

Get your fill, then join us for fresh takes every day here on Project Q Atlanta, on your social platforms and streaming services, and in your inbox with our newsletter.

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