Piedmont, Doraville and the police

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Soulforce rides into Atlanta early next month.
Author J.L. King touts new novel in Atlanta appearance.
Hope dims for Atlanta Pride’s return to Piedmont Park.
Drill here, drill now not working for Piedmont Park. Size, though, matters for the park.
image Kathy Griffin (photo) visits with her Atlanta gays.
Where’s the LGBT in Atlanta’s growing diversity?
Doraville in DeKalb County approves a non-discrimination policy.
Site for human rights center to be unveiled on Monday.
Atlanta police target transgender prostitutes.
Richard Quest, a gay report for CNN, returns to the airwaves.
“Boys in the Band” no more.
Remembering the gay heroes of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks as Sen. John McCain honors Mark Bingham.
Lifetime stalls its rendition of “Project Runway.”
Is that Ellen DeGeneres flirting with Michelle Obama?
Outkast member a dandy not a gay.


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