The most popular Project Q posts of the week

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People make the difference. Gay weddings, brave students, rallying for a legend, photos and viral videos got the most reader attention in the last seven days. Catch this week’s most-clicked coverage.

Gay couple wins 11Alive dream wedding

Ronnie Mallette and Brent Ferricci tied the knot in high style on Sunday as the hands-down winners of 11Alive’s WOW Wedding contest. It was a big day for the guys, as well as the voters that supported them. Read the full post, view their wedding photo album and check out How to have a “Wow” wedding without the “Whoa” price.

‘Drag show of all drag shows’ set for Lily White

With all the backbiting and infighting, when gay Atlanta comes together, it really comes together. That sets the scene for Thursday’s Lily White benefit to help the drag legend through back-to-back tragedies. Read the full post, just Lily’s emotional response, or check out our photos from the benefit.

Atlanta teen sues school over gay prom

A suburban Atlanta student filed a lawsuit against his high school. Watch Alpharetta High senior Reuben Lack level charges that administrators yanked him from his post as Student Body President when he lobbied to make the prom more gay inclusive. Read the full post.

DJ Eddie Baez beats up Jungle [photos]

Dance, drag and drinks meant disco naps for a crowd that turned up to turn it out Saturday when one of Atlanta’s favorite gay DJs descended on Jungle for a night of anthems. View the Eddie Baez gallery. Photos of gay jocks on St. Patty’s Day the annual Bowling Beer & Boys, and Dragnique Week 3 were also popular. Check out all of our LGBT-ATL photo galleries.

Alex Wan: Outlook bleak for extended bar hours

Gay bar owners want longer hours to pour drinks. Gay nightlifers want more time—and Sundays—to down their cocktails. Of course the likes of Peggy Denby and her stuffy neighbors will fight like hell to keep that from happening, and gay City Council member Alex Wan told bar owners – again – that the council has no appetite to change it. Read the full post.

Drag queens ‘Chow Down’ on Chick-fil-A

Monday was a big day for “RuPaul’s” fallen angel Willam Belli. Her drag video slam of Chick-fil-A to Wilson Phillips’ “Hold On” went viral with its tongue-in-cheek endorsement of the fast food chain, and she was the subject of the most surprising “RuPaul’s Drag Race” moment ever. Read the full post.

CNN hunk Rob Marciano cruising the park

Weather hunk Rob Marciano is a fixture around gay Atlanta. Whether he’s spotted in LA Fitness, working a gay fundraiser or delivering his warm fronts (photos) to the Morning Fix, the sexy guy and his mop of thick brown hair delighted gay fans in this video report from Piedmont Park. Pollen schmollen. It’s about those biceps. Read the full post.

That gay landmark in Marietta? Not anymore

The gay-founded and operated Theatre in the Square, once a historically significant target of Cobb County’s anti-gay bigotry, is now dead, the victim of a tough economy. Even $400,000 in fundraising couldn’t save their sinking ship. Read the full post.

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