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Where to Play in the ATL

Are you a tyrant for tennis? Or maybe soccer is your game of choice. No matter what your sport, you need a place to play. Whether you’re looking to get some practice in, play a quick game with friends, or just ...

Sports Leagues in the ATL

If you’re looking for new ways to meet friends and you’re tired of the club scene, why not try joining an adult sports league?Atlanta is the host of a number of LGBTQ adult sports leagues. They can be the p...

Riding for a Cure

The journey isn’t an easy one. In fact, giving up was on Fred Gransee’s mind many times throughout his training and even during the AIDS Lifecycle ride itself. But there was a purpose for each mile ridden, each...

13 Facts About Allergies

'Tis the season, you know. 50,000,000 = Americans who suffer from some form of allergies170 = Foods that trigger allergic responsesThe CDC reported that between 1997 and 2008, the prevalence of the ...

The Importance of Getting a Physical

It’s the inevitable check-up that your doctor urges you to get at least once a year. Test after test reveals exactly what’s going on in your body as it should. But on occasion, patients steer away from making t...

Atlanta’s Newest Gay Newscaster

Before the likes of Robin Roberts, Anderson Cooper and others, Thomas Roberts made history as the first network anchor to come out.That was back in the day when he worked at CNN in Atlanta. He moved away no...

The True Meaning of “Undetectable”

At the 22nd International AIDS Conference 2018 in Amsterdam, Dr. Alison Rodger, lead author of a study called PARTNER2, was asked: “What would you say to HIV information providers who are withholding this infor...

HIV in the ATL

For years, Atlanta has been facing an HIV epidemic, one Dr. Carlos del Rio told the AJC was “as bad” as some third world countries. For a number of reasons, our Southern and developed metropolis has been afflic...