Atlanta

City of Atlanta pledges money to fight HIV/AIDS

The City of Atlanta has designated certain funds will be used in the public crusade against HIV and AIDS.As originally reported by Project Q Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta, announced a ...

Top 10 Spots For Atlanta Dogs to Take Their Humans

Atlanta has no lack of pet-friendly facilities. Below is a list of such institutions, carefully groomed to our exacting standards. At long last, the rewards for the contest of “Who’s a good boy?” may be listed....

On Dog Poop Etiquette and Its Discontents

Dog poop: The inevitable by-product of having a dog. It appeared in your lawn, you found some on the bottom of your shoe, and when Divine ate some on film, it made her immortal. If good fences make good neighbo...

Java Cats Cafe: Fulfilling Dreams Deferred

As a child, I was obsessed with cats. One of my earliest memories involves me and my sister crawling around on our kitchen floor and meowing at my mother’s ankles. When I was 7, my evangelical Christian upbring...

Atlanta Roller Girls to celebrate Pride

The Atlanta RollerGirls will have a Pride-themed bout next month. The roller derby has partnered with Atlanta Pride in honor and celebration of their fans, fellow skaters, and the community at large.Attende...

Human Rights Campaign endorses Abrams for Governor

LGBTQ advocacy group Human Rights Campaign has endorsed Stacey Abrams in her campaign to become Governor of Georgia.In a press release, HRC President Chad Griffin said they were "proud" to endorse Abrams: ...

Atlanta Pride announces Official Kickoff Party

The Atlanta Pride Committee has just announced its Official Kickoff Party. The 2018 event will be held at the Georgia Aquarium on October 12, a Friday.The soiree marks the starting point for the Southeast R...

The Beloved Art of Tattoos: A Conditional Stigma

The art of tattooing has an ample history that’s been traced back to the Neolithic age. According to NPR, the first viable evidence of a tattoo on skin was found in Egypt. That’s right — mummies are the O.G. ta...

Busking’s a beloved art. Why is Atlanta so strict?

Busking isn’t the oldest profession, but it’s likely the second or third-oldest one. The word comes from the Spanish buscar, “to seek.” Tracy Chapman and Josephine Baker began their careers as buskers. Bob Dyla...