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Tune in

'Alternative Perspectives' on WRFG FM gives a queer point of view on Atlanta's airwaves

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Atlanta Pride photo galleries

We snapped more than 2,000 pictures during the Atlanta Pride festival and its many affiliated events. Our photographers were in the park, in the bars and along Peachtree and 10th streets during the parade. Check out our galleries below.

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GA Voice Pride ticket giveaway winner announced

Congratulations to Taylor Elkington for winning our Delta Air Lines ticket giveaway at this year’s Atlanta Pride festival. Taylor won two round-trip Delta Air Lines tickets to anywhere in the continental United States, Alaska, Canada or Mexico. We hope that he goes somewhere fun.

We signed up more than a thousand people for our weekly e-mail newsletter during Pride.

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Submit your best Atlanta Pride photos

Atlanta Pride Commitment Ceremony

We were all over Piedmont Park this weekend for the Atlanta Pride festival, but we could only be in so many places at once. That’s why we’d like for you, dear reader, to submit your best photos from Pride!

If you snapped pictures during the parade, in the park or during one of the city’s many bars during Pride weekend, send it to us and we’ll put it in a photo album online.

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David Sedaris at Cobb Energy

Gay humorist and author brings hit biting wit to the Cobb Energy Centre tonight to celebrate the release of his new book

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Jogging my “Memory Flash”

Memory Flash

Last April, Georgia Voice and the John Q Collective collaborated on “Memory Flash,” an interactive, multimedia art walk through several of Atlanta's gay history landmarks.

I photographed the event and several hundred shots later, my work was finished. I was satisfied with my contribution, but nothing could have brought it all together quite like experiencing the living catalogue the event produced, which is now on display at Atlanta's Museum of Contemporary Art.

You'll have to read more about it here and here, but the scope of the project reminded me of the power of history in our movement.

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Out on Film continues

Tonight's line-up features documentaries, lesbian drama and a film by Atlanta filmmakers