Friday, Jan. 2

Disco Hangover party with several DJs on hand to help you recover from New Year’s Eve’s hangover, 10 p.m., Mary’s.

The Welcoming Committee continues to take over straight bars guerilla-style once a month. This month, they hit up Dark Horse Tavern in Virginia Highlands, 816 N. Highland Ave.,

DJ Stan Jackson mans the tables at the Pump party at Heretic, 10 p.m.,

Every Friday the Other Show takes over the Jungle, 9:30 p.m.,

Ladies Lounge with Juiceboxx gets your lesbian weekend at 9 p.m. at My Sister’s Room

Femme Fatale puts the drag glamazons on display each week, 11 p.m. at Burkhart’s

Lena Lust, Shawnna Brooks, Lateasha Shuntel, Chavon Scott and Niesha Dupree strut their stuff as Drag Divas at Blake’s on the Park at 11 p.m.


Saturday, Jan. 3

The Lesbian 50+ Potluck and Social offers good eats and better company, 6- 8 p.m., Phillip Rush Center,

It’s a Daydrunk party from 2-8 p.m. at Mary’s

Forget the resolutions of the New Year and take your vices to the dance floor at the Atlanta Eagle for its No Resolutions Dance Party. DJ Rob Ansley’s mans the tables in the fundraiser for the Atlanta Talons softball team, 10 p.m.



Monday, Jan. 5

PFLAG Atlanta holds its monthly support group meeting, 7:30 – 9 p.m., St. Mark United Methodist Church,

Friday, Jan. 9

Grammy nominated, openly gay singer Sam Smith croons at the Fox Theatre, 7 p.m.,

PUMP Friday features DJ Neon the GlowGoBear spinning at Heretic, 9 p.m.,

Sunday, Jan. 11

Love it or hate it, but the gay-themed “Looking” returns to HBO for a second season tonight,

Thursday, Jan. 15

The Atlanta Gay Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC) presents a Business Builder Luncheon at 11:45 at Henry’s Midtown. Hosted by Dustin Drabot and Lissa Dulany on the Third Thursday of each month, $20 covers networking and a pre-set menu.

As part of the 2015 Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series, the Breman Museum presents “American Masters: Gershwin & Bernstein,” featuring music from the noted composers, 7:30 p.m.,

Friday, Friday, Jan. 30

Annerin Productions present The Australian Bee Gees Show, a celebration of one of the most influential and famous musical groups of all time! 8 p.m., Cobb Energy Centre,

Friday, Feb. 6

From gay filmmakers (and couple) Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glazer comes “Still Alice,” an Alzheimer’s drama generating Oscar buzz for Julianne Moore, opening today at the Midtown Art Cinema,

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