Mobility Issues for Elders Attending Pride

It was 1992. Annise Mabry was 18, freshly out as lesbian, attending her first Atlanta Pride. “It was at the height of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ It was at the height of Lesbian Avengers; it was at the height o...

A Look Behind the Lens

Georgia’s most well-known crops are collectively referred to as “the five Ps:” peaches, pecans, pine, peanuts and poultry. It might be time to add a sixth “P” for production. Film, TV and commercial production,...

Atlanta’s Starlight Drive-In Celebrates 70 years

Forget stepping back in time – Atlantans can drive back in time every day of the week at the Starlight. The nostalgic drive-in theater has been an ITP mainstay long before there was a perimeter to be inside:...

Atlanta’s Artistic Seasonal Landscapes

While Mother Nature is busy painting crisp fall landscapes in the north Georgia mountains this month, art curators in Atlanta are readying exhibit spaces for seasonal landscapes of their own. Mixed media collag...

Cirque Returns to Atlantic Station

Get ready, Atlanta – the Big Top is coming back to Atlantic Station next month. Cirque du Soleil’s “Volta” is the eighth show to be performed at the Midtown shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. &n...

Johns Creek PFLAG Chapter Gears Up for New School Year

Each August as a new school year looms, LGBTQ students and parents are hopeful that this year, things will change — there are new teachers, new opportunities to make friends, perhaps even an entirely new school...

Back to the Grind

LGBTQ parents share tips for getting school year-ready.  Philip Angel couldn’t wait for his first day of kindergarten. The 5-year-old son of Betts Powell-Angel and Jeremy Angel started school on Aug. 1, bu...

Emory Law Names School’s First LGBTQ Female Dean

Emory University School of Law played a pivotal role in women’s history for the last century, and it continues to do so in 2019. This summer, it welcomes its first female dean, Mary Anne Bobinski. “It is a t...