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3 Shots with Travis Ivester from Atlanta Eagle

3 Shots with Travis Ivester from Atlanta Eagle

Elijah Sarkesian April 15, 2014 0

If you’re looking for a nice, strong drink while you’re out this weekend, stop by the Atlanta Eagle and find Travis. He’s not just as sweet as can be; he also knows how to

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A Labor of Love: Lost-n-Found and Volunteers Work Hard To Renovate New Shelter Space

A Labor of Love: Lost-n-Found and Volunteers Work Hard To Renovate New Shelter Space

Dylan Goldman April 15, 2014 0

Lost-n-Found Youth, a local non-profit devoted to providing homeless LGBT youth ages 18-25 with resources, food and shelter, have recently purchased a building for their second youth housing facility in Midtown. The new facility,

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The Checkered Flag of Drag: The Armorettes’ Easter Drag Races at Burkhart’s

The Checkered Flag of Drag: The Armorettes’ Easter Drag Races at Burkhart’s

Dylan Goldman April 15, 2014 0

What do you get when you mix an Easter bonnet contest with a ridiculous amount of alcohol, add a twist of drag, and top it off with a splash of hilariously-modified drinking games? The

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Atlanta’s Wednesday Gay Agenda

Atlanta’s Wednesday Gay Agenda

admin April 12, 2014 0

Granola gays? Check! Business gays? Check! Proud gays? Check! Charitable gays? Check, check and double check! Several Atlanta LGBT organizations are vying for your hump day happy hour attention. It’s Atlanta’s Wednesday Gay Agenda

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Leather Pride Heats Up Atlanta Eagle Anniversary

Leather Pride Heats Up Atlanta Eagle Anniversary

Elijah Sarkesian April 9, 2014 0

Of all the bars in Atlanta, the one most associated with the leather scene is the Atlanta Eagle. It’s fitting, then, that the bar celebrates its anniversary each year in conjunction with Atlanta Leather

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Jungle celebrates a decade of dance in Atlanta

Jungle celebrates a decade of dance in Atlanta

Elijah Sarkesian April 9, 2014 0

Over the last decade, through major renovations and shifts in target audience (remember when it was Wild Mustang for a minute?), Jungle has become an integral part of Atlanta’s nightlife community. Most well known

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Joining Hearts Rings in Spring with the 27th Annual Change of Seasons Tea Dance

Joining Hearts Rings in Spring with the 27th Annual Change of Seasons Tea Dance

Dylan Goldman April 2, 2014 0

As the days grow longer and noticeably warmer, it looks like spring is finally in the air in Atlanta. After the beating we took from two uncharacteristic winter storms that left so many of

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Miss Gay Georgia USofA celebrates 25 years April 6

Miss Gay Georgia USofA celebrates 25 years April 6

Elijah Sarkesian April 2, 2014 0

As the largest pageant system for drag performers in the country, the USofA pageants offer opportunities for performers from around the country to take part in competitions. Locally, one of the preliminary pageants –

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3 Shots with Mark Henderson from Oscar’s

3 Shots with Mark Henderson from Oscar’s

Dylan Michael April 2, 2014 0

He’s an open book, an expert bartender and slings gummy bears like you wouldn’t believe! His name is Mark Henderson and he’s one of the resident drink slingers at Oscar’s in Ansley Square. A

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‘The Tin Man Project’ to screen one night only at Plaza Theatre

‘The Tin Man Project’ to screen one night only at Plaza Theatre

Joseph Brownell April 1, 2014 0

Follow the yellow brick road or at least Ponce deLeon over to the Plaza Theatre when The Tin Man Project hosts a special Director’s Cut screening of the documentary that follows local Atlanta-based entertainment

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