Where are the Accolades for Ted Turner?

He is the reason I moved to Atlanta. He’s also a man this city owes an incredible amount to, yet I barely see anything around town with his name on it anymore.   Ted Turner recently announced he has ...

No Tex-Mex on the Menu? Caramba!

There’s barely an inch of intown Atlanta that hasn’t been deformed by “gentrification.” Gentrifiers hate the word because it alludes to a prosperous class that drives traditionally poorer residents from their n...

15 Facts About Georgia Pride

To get everyone ready and excited for Pride, we’ve searched far and wide for 15 facts about the Atlanta Pride movement. We hope you find something helpful and informative. For those interested in more informati...

Atlanta Pride Nightlife Roundup

Atlanta is a huge city and sifting through the shindigs for Pride weekend can be stressful so we did it for you! Here’s a list of the best place to turn up for Pride. These events are officially endorsed by Atl...

Pro-LGBTQ Priest Scheduled to Speak in Atlanta

Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta invited pro-LGBT Fr. James Martin to speak at his diocese this month, reported the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Fr. Martin will be giving the same talk he did at the Wor...

Out On Film Announces 2018 Festival Line-Up

Out On Film, Atlanta’s LGBT film festival, has announced its programming for Out On Film 31, the 31st annual LGBT film festival. The event will take place September 27 – October 7 at Landmark’s Midtown Art Cine...

Mayor’s LGBTQ Board Holds First Public Meeting

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' LGBTQ Advisory Board has big plans. The first public meeting of the Board was held at City Hall on the morning of August 17. An earlier, private meeting was held in July. The event, ...