Category Archives: Gay Atlanta

Andy Cohen and Andy Cooper TOGETHER!


Join Cohen and Cooper for an unscripted,
uncensored and unforgettable night of conversation!


The Fillmore Miami Beach At
The Jackie Gleason Theater
Miami Beach, FL
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MAY 16
The Chicago Theatre
Chicago, IL
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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Atlanta, GA
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Atlanta Gay Pride Happens Oct. 13-14, 2012

October 13th and 14th, 2012,  one of the biggest pride events in the US!  

Atlanta Pride takes
place in the heart of   the gay South with a series of events marked by
the annual parade that runs through beautiful Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s
haven amongst the concrete jungle. Stars galore!  Including Andy Bell, Kristine W and more. PLUS, a kcik off party on the 12th -Fourth Annual Official Atlanta Pride Kick-off Party at The Georgia Aquarium. Get a full list of all the events and happenings online.

Celebrating 42 years of pride, Atlanta has long trumped the
stereotype of a conservative, repressed Southern city and shone brightly
with its’ pride flag waving freely.   Mixing the fabulous beats of
local DJs with the charm that oozes from the Southern spirit, Atlanta Pride boasts a parade like none other.

But, when the parade goes quiet and the night is still young, Atlanta still
has so much to offer that you’ll be surprised that you hadn’t visited

With old world decadence meets modern mertropolis feel, the
ATL is sure to keep you entertained!

Gay Atlanta loses LGBT Bookstore and Coffehouse

The internet is a great thing. I don’t think we could live without it. However, with everything good comes something bad. And because we now have everything at our fingertips, some brick and mortar businesses are closing their doors.

In  1993,  Outwrite, Atlanta’s gay and lesbian bookstore and coffeehouse opened.

“In May of 2011 we let our community know about our own financial struggle brought on by long term economic conditions and changes in the book industry. It had finally made the rent at our location unaffordable and our future uncertain.

People rushed in, stepped up, volunteered, and offered incredible levels of support and ideas for new business models that bookstores and other community businesses around the country were adopting. Hundreds would come in weekly and tell us how important Outwrite was – and is. Many spoke of how the location was a symbol of strength and diversity in the city.

But it wasn’t enough. We had run out of time to turn the financial situation around. By the end of January we had to close Outwrite for good, putting 10 employees in our community out of jobs and leaving the most recognizable LGBT community landmark empty.”


LGBT Travel Expo Comes To Atlanta Jan. 30th

The 2011  GLBT
Travel Expo Tour

is an exciting new event where you can learn about new travel destinations, rediscover old ones, find glbt friendly travel providers and get information to plan your next vacation.

Exhibitors will include:

Cruise lines
Car Rentals
Exotic Destinations
Convention & Visitors Bureaus
Travel Magazines

The EXPO  comes to Atlanta GA  January 30th! 
@Four Season Hotel    75 Fourteenth Street Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Noon – 5pm

Attendees will be able to get the latest travel information, get special travel packages and great deals from the very best travel providers as well as win great prizes.

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