Writer Larry Corse presents ‘Someone Bought the House on the Island: An Operatic Dream in Two Acts’ tonight
Actress Pam Grier will sign copies of her new book Foxy: My Life in Three Acts tonight at Outwrite
Founded as a forum for black gay men, Second Sunday hosts a discussion on ‘Visible Lives’ that is open to everyone
Multi-platinum artist to play at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Some may argue that Chely Wright isn’t technically the first major country singer to come out as gay.
Butch crooner kd lang had three country albums under her belt — along with the 1989 Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance — before she discussed being a lesbian in a 1992 interview with The Advocate.
But it’s difficult to consider lang the first mainstream country artist to come out because she was never really “in” — neither in the closet nor accepted in the Nashville-centered world of country music.
There are certain Mexican restaurants in Atlanta that have a great vibe plus stellar food, and Taqueria Del Sol is definitely one of them. As summer heats up, who doesn’t like Mexican food on a patio with a tasty cold beverage?
As an Atlanta native, I remember when the only Mexican food you could get was at El Chico and Chi Chi’s. We didn’t even know what a Taqueria was and now thankfully upscale Latin food is everywhere.
Debi Lowry is already a bit of a legend in gay Atlanta: a fixture on dance floors and at charitable fundraisers, a surrogate mother to the dozens of gay men who affectionately know her as Mama Deb. As much as Lowry revels in her popularity and being able to offer a compassionate shoulder to those who feel turned away from their biological families, she was unsatisfied by the thought of her legacy being limited to her being a social butterfly.
“When I’m gone, when I die, I want to have had an impact on someone else’s life — I don’t want it to be just, ‘Oh, she was a really nice person’ or ‘She made me laugh,’” Lowry says. “If I can change their lives for the better, I absolutely have to do that.”
For out performer Tony Vierling, the news that “Little House on the Prairie” was being adapted into a stage musical came as something of a surprise — at first.
“I was surprised but after thinking about it, it made total sense,” he says. “As literature and as a TV show it has such a legacy. The stories were written so well and were so successful. I’m very excited to be part of it.”
Like millions, Vierling read Laura Ingalls Wilder’s “Little House” books, first published in 1932, as a child. He was not a regular watcher of the television series, although he did see certain episodes.
Lady Gaga’s latest music video for ‘Alejandro’ was released today on YouTube around noon. The eight minute mini-movie was directed by Steven Klein and features a military / fetish theme. Oh, and lots of simulated sex acts.
HobNob with the best at 'Relax & Rewind'
OurSong’s summer concerts present diverse songs with a common lunar theme