PLAY BALL: The Hotlanta Softball League continues its 2009 season — after a week off for Easter — at its new home on the fields of the Southside Softball Complex on Jonesboro Road in southeast Atlanta. 9 a.m.(View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the league’s Opening Day.)
SHOW IT OFF: At least one gay-owned home is among the 10 featured in the annual Midtown Tour of Homes. Stops include a bed and breakfast on Piedmont to a loft on Peachtree and condos on Juniper. The show runs from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
TEA DANCE: Organizers of Mondo Homo, the alterna-queer festival set for May 21-25, are holding a Tea Dance today to raise awareness of the upcoming festival. And to have a little Sunday fun, too. It’s free and set for Friends on Ponce. 5 p.m.
MORE FILM: On tap from the Atlanta Film Festival gay offerings today: “Mississippi Damned,” a film bsaed on the true story of three, poor black children in rural Mississippi who struggle to escape their circumstances. The storyline includes an “unacceptable” lesbian relationship. 3:30 p.m. (and again Thursday, 1:30 p.m.) Also showing is “Training Rules,” the documentary about Renee Poartland, the successful and anti-gay coach of the women’s basketball team at Penn State. 5:45 p.m. (photo)
GOSPEL REVIVAL: The Armorettes are Looking for a City in this church-inspired performance at Burkhart’s Pub. Join former Armorette Coretta Scott Queen in what is sure to be a special performance. 9 p.m.
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