Q ATLus lets go of 2020 and looks ahead to the New Year

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Saying goodbye to a year never felt quite as good as this one. Q ATLus does it with some community action, a look ahead, and no shortage of resolve.

New Year’s Week wraps the weirdest holidays ever with virtual and distanced options in the Q Events calendar. And those annual resolutions? They don’t have to pen us into commitments we’d never keep anyway, so 10 Q Things offers promises we can keep.

Speaking of commitments, find LGBTQ staff on both Team Raphael Warnock and the John Ossoff campaign. Another resolute local gay tells his story from the Moderna vaccine trials. The owner of the Eagle looks deep into 2021 in Q Nightlife to talk about what it would really take to return to Ponce, landmark or not.

As you let go of 2020, move on too from addictive relationships in Q Advice. When you’re done with the print edition, check in for fresh news and views every day right here on Project Q Atlanta. You can also write me any time at mike@theQatl.com.

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Pick up each weekly edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta, and find fresh content every day right here.


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