Monday nights in Atlanta offer plenty of options for those holding on to the weekend
Not ready for the weekend to end? Head out to Le Buzz for margaritas, chips and salsa
Atlanta’s gay community is no longer just inside I-285, and neither is the Atlanta Executive Network
Start your week off with a cool adult beverage, or three
Hundreds of people packed into the plaza where the new LeBuzz is located for the very first Marietta Rainbow Festival — a celebration of gay Pride in Cobb County where county officials once declared being gay was considered incompatible with community standards.
“We’re having a really good time. We’re really pleased with support from the gay community and the straight community,” said Johnathan Murphy, the president and managing partner of LeBuzz who also heads up the North Georgia Rainbow Coalition, which organized the first Marietta Rainbow Festival on July 24.
First Marietta gay Pride festival today at LeBuzz
The Atlanta Executive Network hosts networking event tonight at LeBuzz
Marietta bar brings in shooter boys for theme night
For some, Marietta and Cobb County still carry the stigma of 1993, when the Cobb County Commission made international headlines with a resolution condemning the “gay lifestyle” as incompatible with community standards.
But much has changed in Cobb over the last 17 years. The gay bar LeBuzz continues to draw a steady crowd, and a gay man, Johnny Sinclair, serves on the Marietta City Council.
New variety show begins tonight at LeBuzz in Marietta