Q ATLus looks back, pushes forward toward 2022

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Looking back and pushing forward come tied up in an emotional bow at the end of December. On Jan. 1, we’re back to the start. The latest issue of Q ATLus is right here with you.

Our Q Shots pages catch gay Atlantans already in the spirit, and we have other things to do on your time off in Atlanta. Q Events lists the best local LGBTQ parties and performances this week.

Good for that timely self reflection, 10 Q Things looks at how far you’ve come by way of our second round of readers’ tips for their younger selves. To bid 2021 farewell – or kick it to the curb and tell it to get the hell out ­– we highlight a couple dozen gay New Year’s Eve and Day parties to hit on the 31st and 1st.

Ever forward, Q Community meets a queer Biden appointee in Atlanta, and Q Advice puts nosy gossips in their place.

We wrap this edition and the year with our sincerest wish for you to have a thriving 2022. Cheers to your future!

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