Pride weekend brings Atlanta’s LGBTQ community together to celebrate love and visibility. With one of the biggest public parties happening this weekend, safety is the main priority - a party’s always fun until ...
Atlanta's Pride celebration is famous far beyond the boundaries of the Peach State.The vacation-rental search site HomeToGo recently listed the Georgia capitol city as the fifth-ranked place worldwide to ce...
This spectacular video of Cindy Jacobs praising God's ability to spontaneously multiply things when she is in need — like spaghetti at a crowded dinner table — reminds us that God is just as good to LGBTs.
The Advocate today released its annual list of the “Gayest Cities in America.” Atlanta, the birthplace of civil rights, was ranked 9th, the same position it held a year ago in Advocate's 2012 rankings.
Other cities featured in this year's list include three cities from Washington state. Tacoma, Wa. was named this year's “gayest city.” (Complete list at the bottom of this article)
The ranking criteria isn't exclusive to gay bars and nightlife, nor is it an exact scientific determination, as the Advocate points out.
British movie magazine Total Film released its list of the "50 Best Gay Movies" today, calling them the "most glorious, groundbreaking gay and lesbian movies of all time."
Here's the top 20 (full list at the bottom):
Clay Duda from The Center for Sustainable Journalism at Kennesaw State University named our very own Dyana Bagby as one of the Top 10 Atlanta Journalists on Twitter. The final list was based on relevant Twitter figures (like followers, reach, interactions, etc.) and a little subjectivity.
Dyana joined such notables as Creative Loafing’s Thomas Wheatley, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Jeff Schultz and Paste Magazine’s Austin Ray. To view the entire list, click here.
Congrats Dyana for using your Twitter account for meaningful, responsible and entertaining conversation!