Atlanta Pride: Great and Growing

There’s a lot to celebrate this Pride season. Pride organizers are nearly halfway through an ambitious five-year strategic plan they hope will create a more active, diverse, and fiscally stronger Pride organiza...

The Guide to Pride

With its eye-catching floats, huge crowds, and traffic-snarling route, it’s easy for a newbie to think the parade is all there is to Atlanta Pride. In actuality, Atlanta Pride is an amalgam of several events th...

Recognizing Stress in Our Little Buddies

The positive effect that pets can have on stress is well-documented. One need only curl up with a puppy after a hard day at work to experience the benefits firsthand. The effect of stress on your pets, however,...
Electrobike

Not our jam: How to bypass the traffic, Atlanta-style

Atlanta’s growing again. Whether it’s luxury apartments in Buckhead, the judicial complex coming up near the Statehouse, or merely the neverending creep of Brookhaven, projects to expand the city are moving at ...
O'Connell wedding

Your Wedding Day: Jennifer & Franchesca O’Connell

Imagine it: Girl kisses girl at a New Year’s Eve party, a whirlwind romance follows and they exchange vows in a spectacular ceremony three years later, riding off into the sunset secure in a near-perfect love t...
State Rep. Park Cannon and Dr. David Holland

Queer Georgia state representative pushes PrEP bill

Georgia could launch a three-year statewide pilot program to distribute free pre-exposure HIV prophylaxis — or PrEP — to men and women at high risk for infection before 2021, under legislation working its way t...
Boxing

Is boxing 2018’s workout of the year?

In a sprawling Buford Highway gym tucked between discount stores, men and women routinely shed their street clothes and transform into masters of the squared circle. Sporting leggings and gym shorts, fancy a...