Coronavirus Shuts Down Atlanta Businesses

As the pandemic spreads around the world, here in Atlanta local businesses have closed after Atlanta  Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms ordered all bars, nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters, live performance venues and a...

Cabin Fever Issue Out Now!

From queer TV and cabin getaways to tragic first-date stories and Atlanta news, we've got everything you need to fight off cabin fever in our newest print issue, out now! https://youtu.be/mlErVCzeVPw...

Drag Yourself Out to See Jujubee

One of the most unforgettable queens to ever grace the “RuPaul’s Drag Race” stage is heading to Atlanta. Jujubee, who appeared on season two of the fabulous TV series, will take time out of her busy schedule to...

Nightlife at a Glance: February 14-29

Friday, Feb. 14 Cupid put down his arrows and decided to make people dance this yeah! Mark your calendars for Bless Yr Heart – A Queer Valentine’s Dance Party put on by Southern Fried Queer Pride. The event ...

Falafel in Buckhead, Shaking Beef on Buford

This week, I’m sharing first looks at Mamoun’s Falafel and Chom Chom Vietnamese Kitchen. Both are cheap and somewhat exotic – great for a date with someone you likely will never see again.   Mamoun’s...

Arts at a Glance: February 14-March 7

Friday, Feb. 14 Based on Alison Bechdel’s bestselling graphic memoir of the same name, the LGBTQ-themed “Fun Home” took Broadway by storm and cemented itself as one of the landmark musicals of our time. Alis...

Fighting Climate Change with Art

According to the Climate Clock, a website that tracks worldwide carbon emissions, we have about twelve years until the effects of climate change are irreversible. With many desperate for change, some are turnin...