Gay Atlanta chorus explores love, life in ‘Two Boys Kissing’

Stories of love, life and loss are highlighted in “Two Boys Kissing,” the newest production from the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus that takes place this weekend. The show, which comes from Joshua Shank, is a fresh production that looks at the lives of five young gay men over different stories, with their stories conveyed in… Read More Gay Atlanta chorus explores love, life in ‘Two Boys Kissing’

Leslie Jordan comes to Atlanta ‘Straight Outta Chattanooga’

Even if you don’t know his name, you surely know Leslie Jordan from something. The actor with the pronounced Southern drawl has made his presence known in films like “The Help” and “Sordid Lives,” TV appearances from “Murphy Brown” to “American Horror Story,” and – of course – his Emmy-winning performance as Beverley Leslie on… Read More Leslie Jordan comes to Atlanta ‘Straight Outta Chattanooga’

Swinging Richards bares all in new documentary premiere

The dancers of Swinging Richards have been baring it all for gay Atlanta audiences for years. Now, they’re about to show what they’ve got on screen – beyond the hot bodies. “All Male, All Nude” is a look inside Swinging Richards from director and Atlanta native Gerald McCullouch. The film brings what Atlantans have loved… Read More Swinging Richards bares all in new documentary premiere

Bite into Atlanta Film Festival’s Pink Peach Series

Annual LGBT movie track features varied and wonderful gay-inclusive fare as part of the 2017 Atlanta Film Festival For its 41st year, the Atlanta Film Festival is ready to screen a lineup that highlights the diversity of our city and world. During this year’s festival March 24 – April 2 festival, that again includes a number… Read More Bite into Atlanta Film Festival’s Pink Peach Series

Meet the Atlanta queen competing on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” is back and Season 9 may just be bigger than ever as the show again includes an Atlanta queen – Nina Bo’Nina Brown – among its contestants. She is the latest entertainer from Atlanta to make it to the show, something we wondered about back in December. She’s known for her eye-popping looks, many… Read More Meet the Atlanta queen competing on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Wussy needs your help to create a queer new home

When they’re not throwing the queerest prom in Atlanta or giving us an edgy look at Atlanta life, the group behind Wussy is working on turning their growing presence into an actual physical space. That’s part of the purpose behind the group’s newest endeavor, Bent Studios (second photo). This production studio is being designed by Wussy to serve as… Read More Wussy needs your help to create a queer new home

Furball returns to Heretic for more furry fun

Looking for some furry fun this weekend? Look no further than Furball, which returns to the Heretic this Friday after a packed Atlanta debut last year. Joe Fiore’s Furball, which has spread from its origins in New York City to events held in Chicago, Dallas, New Orleans, Provincetown, Fire Island and Washington, D.C., comes back… Read More Furball returns to Heretic for more furry fun

Photographer celebrates people of infamous Cheshire Bridge

Cheshire Bridge Road – lined with strip clubs, bars and sex shops – has been Atlanta’s own red light district for years. But photographer Teri Darnell has found creative inspiration on the corridor and is telling its story through thousands of photos. A surge of projects has seen older stores and restaurants close to make… Read More Photographer celebrates people of infamous Cheshire Bridge