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Datebook i11 MAAPiversary Join in a classic Third Thursday Networking group as they celebrate MAAP’s second year of bringing gay business professionals together. There will be light bites and a cash bar to help loosen you up for a few hours of open networking. Reminder: Kat’s Café is just below Helmet Salon, and there will be valet parking available. Thursday, ... Read More »

Datebook i10: What to do in Atlanta


Turn It Up For Change Join celebrity host Miss Lawrence from Bravo TV’s Fashion Queens in support of the HRC  Marriage Equality Initiative at the Livingroom of W Atlanta – Buckhead. DJ Shane V will be providing the beats as everyone cocktails throughout the evening. Thursday, Mar. 12 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. • W Atlanta – Buckhead (3377 Peachtree ... Read More »

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ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA LGBT NIGHT You’ve never heard (or seen) anything like this on the Atlanta Symphony Hall stage! Organist Cameron Carpenter, a dashing, übertalented young organist. Included in ticket price is an exclusive after party with drinks and tapas. Thursday, Jan. 29 • 8 p.m. Woodruff Arts Center (1280 Peachtree Street NE) •   “SMOKED BOWLS” RAMEN NIGHT ... Read More »

Datebook – Where to go and what to do this week in Atlanta

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NEWSIES What started out as the Disney musical that should have never made it, quickly became the Tony Award winning Broadway smash hit. Newsies five-day engagement at the Fox will sell out quickly, so get your tickets now. Jan. 20 – 25 • Times vary • Fox Theater (660 Peachtree St. NE) • DRAGNIFICENT ALL-STARS CYCLE 3 Join Phoenix ... Read More »

Where to go and What to do this week in Atlanta


SAM SMITH AT THE FOX He’s been compared vocally to everyone from Boy George to Rick Astley to a male Adele. Yes, his show sold out. But there are other ways to get tickets to the show. Several resale sites offer last minute tickets at semi-affordable prices. Maybe you were not a fan at the time that these tickets went ... Read More »

Datebook: July 9–16, 2014


Check out the highlights our our weekly datebook below: Chips, Cookies & Cheese Sticks: An Education Revolution in the Making Wednesday, July 9 • 6:30 p.m. • Charis Books (1189 Euclid Ave NE) • Learn more about Pride School Atlanta, a newly-formed school for LGBT educators, students and families. ‘The Little Mermaid’ Wednesday, July 9 • 7:30 p.m. • ... Read More »

Datebook: July 2–9, 2014


The Roast of Bubba D. Licious Wednesday, July 2 • 9 p.m. • Jungle (2115 Faulkner Rd NE) • Phoenix hosts an evening in honor of Atlanta’s legendary Bubba D. Licious, with special guests including Charlie Brown, Ruby Redd and Wild Cherry Sucret. Proceeds from the event benefit PALS. Sisters’ Night Thursday, July 3 • 7–9 p.m. • Woofs ... Read More »

David Atlanta Datebook: June 25-July 2, 2014


Looking for something to do? Look no further than the David Atlanta Datebook Cher Determination Friday, June 27–Saturday, June 28 • Rialto Center for the Arts (80 Forsyth St NW) • The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus presents their latest show, featuring the music of legendary diva Cher. Showtimes are Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. and 8 ... Read More »

Datebook: June 11–18, 2014


AGLCC University Wednesday, June 11 • 6–8 p.m. • One Coca Cola Plaza (310 North Ave) • For the latest installment of AGLCC University, New York Life Insurance presents “Finance: Keys to Leveraging Capital & Finding Financial Freedom.” Like this:Like Loading... Read More »

Datebook: May 28 – June 3, 2014


Queer Moxie Cabaret Wednesday, May 28 • 8 p.m. • Jungle From the team behind the documentary Queer Moxie comes the Queer Moxie Cabaret. Host Ian Aber runs the night, with performances from Heather Daniels, Devin Liquor, Iysis Dupree, Brent Star, Fonda Lingue, Drue Lingue, Ellisorous Rex, Julie Osborne and Nicole Paige Brooks. The cover goes to help complete the ... Read More »

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