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Utilizing Your Gym Membership

Moving to a new city can be an overwhelming experience as you sometimes have to switch banks, utility companies, and other home services. For you health nuts, it also means switching up a major routine in your ...

Meal Prep Madness

It’s a new year and once again, you’ve resolved to eat right and lose weight. You may be wondering where to begin your New Year’s plan for achieving your best possible health and wellness goals. I’ve got two...

Trading in Doughnuts for Dumbbells

It’s no secret that eating less fatty foods and working out more can help you lose weight, gain muscle, and live a much healthier lifestyle. But how easy is it to really drop the dozen doughnuts and pick up som...

Atlanta Botanical Garden Shines Bright This Year

Lights are arguably the most iconic part of the holidays – decking the halls, the trees, and the whole city. Atlanta Botanical Garden is no different, hosting one of the biggest light shows of the year, the Gar...

Spotlight on Local Black Lesbian Chef Chantel Mines

Chef Chantel Mines worked as a Sous Chef with the eclectic Tarks Grill in Maryland, placed second in the 2016 Mason Dixon Master Chef competition, and eventually found her way to Atlanta as the Executive Chef a...

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 Magical Wonderland

There’s something magical in the woods of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and it’s only if you enter the world of Alice’s Wonderland! Running through the end of October, the exhibit gives visitors a look into th...

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Angelica Ross

Georgia voice editor Patrick Colson-Price sat down with the legendary Angelica Ross to talk about activism, PRIDE, and her voice to the trans community! https://www.facebook.com/TheGAVoice/videos/1296997960469...

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...