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[Photos] Second annual Marietta Pride draws throngs

Marietta Rainbow Festival

Jubilant crowds packed Le Buzz, the Cobb County gay bar, July 29-30 for the second annual Marietta Rainbow Festival.

The event exceeded all expectations, said Johnathon Murphy, general manager of the bar located just outside the perimeter, who placed attendance as high as 4,000.

There was a kids' zone where drag queens interacted and performed for young children and their families on Saturday evening as well as packed bar with a long line to enter to watch the drag show later on Saturday night. A vendor space included local businesses as well as booths from Georgia Equality and AID Atlanta.

More than 75 artists performed over the weekend event and tentative plans for next year include possibly making the event a three-day festival including a parade.

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[Photos] Mondo Homo highlights

Mondo Homo

Sissy Bounce queen Katey Red knocks Friday's Mondo Musico out of the park

It was Mondo Musico Friday night as part of Mondo Homo's great music lineup over the weekend for its 5th annual alternative queer arts fest held in East Atlanta.

The Friday night action began with punk-rock group 8 Inch Betsy getting the crowd warmed up with their grrrrl rock sound, followed by hip hop music MC UNECC, and then Skate Night.

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[Photos] Gay Atlanta celebrates the New Year

Atlanta's gay bars and nightclubs threw down in a big way on New Year’s Eve. Our photographers were on-hand at several LGBT watering holes and snapped shots of party-goers into the early hours of the New Year.

Check out our galleries below.

Enjoy!

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[Photos] Atlanta Holiday Ball returns

2010 Atlanta Holiday Ball

The Atlanta Holiday Ball returned Dec. 3 after a hiatus in 2009. This year's event was organized by the Atlanta's Women's Business Network and was a benefit for the Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Circle of Sisters.

The Druid Hills Country Club played host to the gala event, which saw more than 100 attendees. DJ Vicki Powell provided the beats.