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Packin’ for the Packin’

Packin’ for the Packin’

Joe Nasthan July 22, 2014 0

Being prepared for that spontaneous sexual situation is our responsibility, nay our privilege as a segment of society that has, for the most part, defined our own rules of conduct. However we’ve all been

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Pool Pleasure: Our Summer Shoot

Pool Pleasure: Our Summer Shoot

admin July 15, 2014 0

Things are heating up this weekend for Joining Hearts 27 and they’re even hotter at our poolside shoot featuring the 2014 Man of David Rick Twombley.   Photography and Styling by Richie Arpino Models: Lee

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The River’s Edge Celebrates 20 Years in the Wood

The River’s Edge Celebrates 20 Years in the Wood

Dylan Goldman July 1, 2014 1

The Southeast’s largest gay campground and RV resort, The River’s Edge (TRE), is proud to celebrate their 20th anniversary this Fourth of July weekend. If you can’t get out of your current holiday plans,

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Varuni Napoli: A Slice of Heaven in Midtown

Varuni Napoli: A Slice of Heaven in Midtown

Jameson Parker July 1, 2014 0

In Eat Pray Love, Liz (played by Julia Roberts) decides that her life needs a drastic change that can only be brought about by a yearlong journey of self-discovery that takes her first to

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Cheers to Summer: 10 Must-Have Drink Recipes to Sip in the Sun

Cheers to Summer: 10 Must-Have Drink Recipes to Sip in the Sun

Mikey Rox July 1, 2014 0

1. Cherry POM While Southern Comfort-loving frat boys are slinging back Soco and Limes like their paddles depend on it – because heterosexuality is only 55 proof in a house with wall-to-wall dudes –

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10 Practical Wedding Gifts For Your Gay Buddies

10 Practical Wedding Gifts For Your Gay Buddies

Mikey Rox June 24, 2014 0

Wedding season unofficially kicks off this month, and with more and more states deeming same-sex marriages legal you’re bound to receive an invitation to your friends’ fabulous nuptials any minute. And that means you’ll

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David Dining: BoccaLupo

David Dining: BoccaLupo

Jameson Parker June 16, 2014 0

Just barely one year old, this Inman Park staple is still a baby. Yet despite its infancy, several of BoccaLupo’s dishes are already being recognized as among “The Best…” of Atlanta dining. In honor

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Atlanta Dream Hosts 3rd Annual LGBT Night

Atlanta Dream Hosts 3rd Annual LGBT Night

Dylan Michael June 10, 2014 0

With athletes such as Michael Sam, Derrick Gordon and Brittney Griner coming out of the closet, the world of professional sports is starting to grow closer and closer to the LGBT community. The Atlanta

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Vena at Vinings: Welcome to the Cabaret

Vena at Vinings: Welcome to the Cabaret

Jameson Parker June 4, 2014 1

“There’s a cabaret in Vinings?” I asked myself upon reading about Café Vena for the first time. I would have to see it for myself. An Atlanta native, I’ve been to just about every

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Ru San’s Midtown: Reconstructed and Reopened

Ru San’s Midtown: Reconstructed and Reopened

Jameson Parker May 27, 2014 2

The first hard blow to the Midtown sushi scene came a few years back when Nikkimoto’s closed. Then Ru San’s Midtown closed its doors to make some much-needed renovations. The new owners were unhappy

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