Atlanta’s Jeffrey Gray in New Baking Competition

When Atlanta’s Jeffrey Gray left his job with an ad agency last year after more than 30 years (during 20 of which he was one of the owners), he wanted to move in a completely different direction. Now, as the ow...

The History of Southern Voice

On October 11, 1994 AIDS activist John Kappers died in his own bed in Little Five Points surrounded by his partner and a few close friends. Although he had slipped into a coma, I whispered in his ear, “John, do...

A Different Kind of Pride

When I first met Paege Turner, one of Atlanta’s most ingenious drag performers, the artist was engaged in a very different type of performance. Actually, the two of us looked quite similar, both sporting greasy...

Outdoor Dining at Delbar

The Trumpenstein Pandemic continues to stall the city’s restaurants, but it’s my impression that many are trying to enlarge outdoor dining and rework interior space so that someone’s weak sneeze doesn’t catapul...

WATCH: Memoirs of the Atlanta Drag Scene

Legendary drag photographer Just Toby reads one of his recent articles he wrote for the Georgia Voice, Memoirs of the Atlanta Drag Scene, all about the different drag styles, performers, and scenes you can find...

A History of Atlanta Drag Bars

In Atlanta these days, it's fairly easy to find a gay bar that has some sort of drag show or competition at least once a week. The success of RuPaul's Drag Race has made the art form even more mainstream and ma...