Our Atlanta Pride issue features all you need to know about the state’s largest LGBT event: A full schedule of Atlanta Pride performers and events, interviews with top musical headliners, an overview of the weekend’s massive slate of nightlife events, and much, much more.
You’ll also get the full rundown on Out on Film, the LGBT film festival that continues through Oct. 6, and you’ll hear from Amy Ray of Indigo Girls, the Atlanta duo whose new album drops Oct. 4.
Also inside, you’ll find coverage of South Georgia Pride and Athens Pride, Atlanta celebrations for the end of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” and a preview of AIDS Walk Atlanta, which steps off Oct. 16. There’s still time to raise funds for the walk, which benefits many of the city’s top HIV service providers.
Of course, you get our “Best Bets” events for the next two weeks; “Outspoken,” the most outrageous recent quotes on LGBT issues; spotlights on local gay non-profits, businesses and personalities; “Domestically Disturbed,” columnist Topher Payne’s ongoing look at the triumphs and challenges of work, friendship, and gay married life; and “That’s What She Said,” our new column by former Q100 radio personality Melissa Carter.
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