Food Review: Ponce City Market: Chomping at the bit

This Halloween, stow the candy corn and miniature Kit Kats. Treat yourself instead to a good meal at one of Atlanta’s newer and cheaper eateries at Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall (675 Ponce de Leon Ave.)...
Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee: Post-gay politicians

Alex Wan looked gay Sunday. In the sense that he was walking in the Atlanta Pride parade, waving a rainbow flag, wearing a blue feather boa and prancing down Peachtree in a way that made me think, Oh yeah, Alex...

Darian Aaron: Georgia on my mind

We have a reason to celebrate during Atlanta Pride this year.The past three months since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples have been a whirlwind.I’m almost ce...

2015 AGLCC Community Awards Dinner [PHOTOS]

The Fox Theater was home to the best and brightest in Atlanta's LGBT business community last week during the annual Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Community Awards Dinner. Hundreds of LGBT business leaders...

Dinner and a movie

All evening movie show times pose the same question: “Shall we eat before or after?” I for one hate eating beforehand. A gurgling, over-filled gut and the lingering taste of some foods distract m...
Bill Kaelin

Bill Kaelin: Middle-aged and fabulous

I may be getting older, and I don’t go out like I used to, but I still crave a night of good music, amazing cocktails and people watching. If I could go out and do shots of fireball, smoke cigarettes a...

The next Georgia LGBT mecca is…Stone Mountain?

It was 1986 and David Thomas was enjoying living in Midtown Atlanta with his partner, Michael Hidalgo. His job as associate director of the Georgia Council for the Arts took him all over the state, and one day ...

Positive Impact, AID Atlanta expanding services

Two Atlanta-area HIV/AIDS organizations are taking major steps forward in their growth and dramatically expanding services to those affected by HIV and those in the greater LGBT community.Positive Impact is...