The Week: Pride, politics, beats, jocks

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Politics: One gay in, one gay out in District 6 race for Atlanta City Council
Atlanta Pride announces slate of June events
Fitness: Exercise as a way to drop that blood pressure
We’re makng porn in our boxy Midtown home
Music: Big beats, beautiful music in new releases
TV: Tim Gunn says buh bye to Bravo.
Nightlife: Social Tuesdays does drinks old school at W
Nightlife: Apparently, you can’t keep a good ‘ho down
Sports: The Bucks bootie-licious rugby
Music: Making music keeps me sane and balanced
Beer pong, liplocks don’t mix at Agnes Scott
Career: What to do when the economy kills the career Atlanta Pride announces slate of June events
Sports: Atlanta Xplosion readies for women’s football
Sports: Bucks close home schedule with muddy loss


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