Q ATLus mag stamps your ticket to boo-scare season

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Threats real and imagined vie for attention in LGBTQ Atlanta this week in our print magazine, Q ATLus.

Don’t think for a second that the pandemic leaves you all dressed up with no place to go for Halloween. Q Events packs a wallop with socially distant costume contests and online parties, and the Q Cover story taps into your dark side for costume ideas.

Looming even larger than the holigay is Election Day. Tuesday comes with all our anxiety and resolve in tow, so I implore any outliers to vote in Q Voices. We lay out what’s at stake in 10 Q Things, and the big races loom large in Q News.

There’s also Q Advice, the Q Map and dozens of LGBTQ businesses in our profiles and on our advertising pages. When you’re done reading, hop online for new content every day on Project Q Atlanta.

You can read the full print issue online here:


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