I am, seriously, writing this on New Year’s Day at the Ansley Starbucks. My gym bag is at my feet. I’m revving up with a triple-shot macchiato before heading to the gym to transform myself into the godlike crea...
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Atlanta police are investigating whether the 19-year-old man accused of stabbing five people at a New Year's Eve party in the Atlanta neighborhood of Reynoldstown may have been the target of an anti-gay slur during a confrontation at the late-night celebration.
The suspect is identified by Atlanta police as Luke O'Donovan. The stabbing occurred sometime after 3 a.m. on New Year's Day at 239 Gibson St., Atlanta Police Department Spokesperson Carlos Campos told GA Voice today.
In total, six were injured, including O'Donovan. Several of the victims were transported to local hospitals, Campos added.
19-year-old man accused of stabbing five people at late-night party
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New Year’s resolutions often focus on health, especially weight loss, but keeping them beyond the beginning of the year can be hard. In our Health & Fitness section, you’ll find stories from real people who are working to maintain a fit weight, plus learn about ways to improve your health — both physical and mental — that go far beyond a number on a scale.
Keep your New Year’s resolution with lesbian-centered support
Sure, you have your New Year's resolutions — plans to get in shape, quit smoking, or make other self-improvements in 2011. But a new year is also a great time to appreciate all that you already have, and for LGBT Georgians, the list includes a thriving community in Atlanta and beyond.
So over the next 12 months, take some time to enjoy and feel empowered by all of the wonderful LGBT and LGBT-inclusive events, activities and organizations that we often take for granted. Here is our bucket list of activities bound to make you feel good — and even do good — in 2011.