Atlantans looking to support to the global LGBT community will have a chance to do so Thursday, when “Lip Sync for Your Life” hits the stage at Jungle Atlanta benefitting Rainbow Road — a group that assists int...
Atlanta LGBT and ally bartenders, it's time to mix up that Manhattan and revamp the Old Fashioned: the fourth annual Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic is coming.The Cocktail Classic is the "world's largest an...
Friday, Oct. 12
Atlanta Pride VIP Party
6-8 p.m. at the Georgia Aquarium
Enter at the Ocean Ballrooms
225 Baker St., Atlanta, GA 30313
Official Atlanta Pride Kickoff Party with DJ Corey Craig & DJ Vicki Powell
7 p.m. at the Georgia Aquarium
Enter at the Main Entrance
225 Baker St. , Atlanta, GA 30313
All the events, fundraisers and parties you need to know about this weekend
New drag competition begins 7-week run tonight at Jungle
Benefit show tonight for Gigi Monroe's All-American Goddess bid
New episode of Logo's flagship show airs tonight
Tamar to bring 'Braxton Family Values' to judge's table as celebrity guest
Atlanta Rainbow Trout practice tonight
In a vote separated by only three ballots, Janelle Brooks was named the winner of Jungle's first “Dragnique” drag competition on Friday. Brooks, an energetic dancing diva, beat out Gunza Blazin, a member of the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
The seven-week contest where drag newbies performed their way through weekly challenges for audience approval has ended, but the event marks the beginning of so much more for the contest's creator and host, Eve Michaels.
“If you would have said that I would be doing this a year ago, I would have never believed you,” Michaels said. “I never would have thought at my age I'd be throwing on platform boots and wigs and performing on stage.”
'Dragnique' competition moves into its fourth week