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Put on your ‘Red Dress’ for Sisters’ glittery fundraiser benefiting Positive Impact

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Oh, you will need a lot of red and a lot of glitter to stand out at this year's "The Devil Wears Red! Atlanta Red Dress Party" to benefit Positive Impact, a non-profit serving those with HIV/AIDS. 

On tap for the party taking place Saturday at Jungle Atlanta is host Chandler Bearden and flying in all the way from Portland, Ore., Sister Spinna DeVinyl, aka DJ Harmonix, to provide the beats. Doors open at 9 p.m. and tickets are $10.

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Best of Atlanta: People

Best of Atlanta Best Male Activist Chandler Bearden

After two months of online balloting and thousands of votes cast, we present the best of the best — our second annual GA Voice Best of Atlanta winners.

The selection process began in May, when we asked you, our readers, to nominate your favorites for dozens of awards in the categories of Community, People, Places, Eats, Shopping, Arts & Entertainment and Nightlife.

The top three finalists in each category made it through to the next round of voting. For the month of June, a multiple-choice ballot asked you to pick among the finalists for who really represents the finest in LGBT Georgia.

Thanks to everyone who voted, and congratulations to all of the worthy winners and runners up.

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A new Mr. Atlanta Eagle is crowned

Wayne Turpin Mr. Atlanta Eagle 2011

Wayne Turpin is Mr. Atlanta Eagle 2011, winning the contest Saturday at the Atlanta Eagle during the bar’s second annual Leather Pride weekend as well as a celebration of its 24th anniversary.

Turpin beat out three other contestants for the title competing in categories of bar wear, fetish and jockstrap as well as a Q&A where contestants were asked, among other things, to describe their ultimate sexual fantasy.

First runner-up was Doug Weaver. Other contestants were Robert Jenkins and Master Du-Wayne.

Mr. Atlanta Eagle 2010 Chandler Bearden awarded the top spot medal to Turpin while Sir Alan Penrod, Mr. Atlanta Eagle 2009, presented the first runner up medal to Weaver.