Atlanta

Woofs Sports Bar Relocating After 17 Years

Atlanta’s only gay sports bar is packing up shop after 17 years on Piedmont Road in Buckhead, heading for a brand new location just a few miles down the road in Midtown. The announcement came after the building...

ATL’s LGBTQ Women of Color Stand Together

Atlanta is home to many things, including a large community of black LGBTQ women. But when it comes to consistent outlets for those women to network and build bridges outside of a nightclub atmosphere, many say...

Atlanta Black Pride Rebrands Labor Day Festivities

Atlanta Black Pride has officially launched “Reclaiming Atlanta Black Pride”, a 2019 campaign to rebrand the Labor Day weekend event and help educate, empower, and celebrate the black LGBTQ community. ...

Tomi Lahren Draws Small Crowds, Criticism

Tomi Lahren spoke at a conference in Atlanta on Feb. 23, and the outcome was far from what she expected. “Tomi Lahren is racist!” yelled attendee and Atlanta local, Jerome Trammel, while standing u...

The Impact of a Lie

It was the alleged hate crime that brought 2019 in with a sickening bang. In January, openly gay actor Jussie Smollett described being beaten and called racist and homophobic epithets in an attack that earned r...

Rainbow House Coalition Opens Home for LGBTQ Youth

Rainbow House Coalition is set to open its first house for at-risk LGBTQ youth across the Atlanta metro, and at the beginning of March, several tenants will have a new home. “We have proven that LG...