Jennifer Behm and Kathryn Smith

Your Wedding Day: Jennifer Behm & Kathryn Smith

The first Christmas that Jennifer Behm met Kathryn Smith’s parents, Smith knew she’d found a keeper. The two met in April 2010 at the since-closed Marietta gay bar LeBuzz and hit it off immediately. They beg...

LeBuzz’s weekly show features legendary queens

Atlanta’s drag scene does not limit itself to only Inside the Perimeter. Right outside the renowned border is the conservative city of Marietta and gay bar LeBuzz, serving up drinks and entertainment for nearly...

Best of Atlanta: Nightlife

After two months of online balloting and tens of thousands of votes cast, we present to you your favorites in dozens of categories in our fifth annual Best of Atlanta awards. Many people like to say these awar...

Check out our Best Bets for gay Atlanta this weekend

On Friday, Film Love presents The Velvet Underground, a cinematographic tribute to musician Lou Reed (1942-2013), the Velvet Underground, and the relationship with their mentor and producer Andy Warhol, 8 p.m....
article placeholder

[Photos] Roast turns to toasts for Atlanta’s Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown

It was billed as a roast of Mr. Charlie Brown and while there were plenty of laughs, a panel of veteran Atlanta drag queens could only thank and praise (mostly) the local and Southern legend on Wednesday, July 25, as part of the opening of the Marietta Rainbow Festival taking place through the weekend.

Seems the queens were too afraid to say anything bad about the Mouth of the South.

From Bubba D. Licious to Heather Daniels, Lauren LeMasters, Monica Van Pelt and Lily White, the Atlanta queens paid homage to "America's Ultimate Bitch" who gave many of them them their starts in the original Charlie Brown Cabaret at Backstreet some 20 years ago.

article placeholder

Backpack in the Park, Marietta Rainbow Festival bring the heat

Backpack in the Park and Marietta Rainbow Festival

Next weekend brings two opportunities to gather with LGBT friends, celebrate community and help young people.

The 7th annual Backpack in the Park hopes to take party-goers back to their childhoods to help a new generation of young people get a successful start in the new school year.

This year’s theme, “Summer Camp,” gives attendees the chance to relive such childhood camp classics like crafting and s’mores while collecting backpacks and school supplies for Georgia’s less fortunate kids.