Agenda

Reverence & Revelry

June ushers in Stonewall Month gatherings, activities and parties across Atlanta for a month full of Pride. By James Parker Sheffield October’s celebration of Atlanta Pride is still months away, but make no mistake: June is still your time to shine some Pride on Atlanta. With the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots at hand, the world is tuned in for all things gay in June. The riots rocked New York City and reverberated across the country in June 1969 and…

Man About Town: HRC Atlanta’s Andrew Moon

Meet this HRC Atlanta volunteer for the scoop on this year’s gala, and find out how he manages to fit several worthy non-profits into an impressively busy schedule. By Mike Fleming The gay men of Atlanta play an integral part in our city’s rich cultural, corporate and philanthropic history. From public relations strategy to the intricate planning of this month’s HRC Atlanta Dinner and Silent Auction, 26-year-old Andrew Moon plays a part in all of those aspects of the city…

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Courts Gay Audiences

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival courts gay audiences with multiple screenings of four first-rate films By Elijah Sarkesian When it comes to LGBT representation at film festivals in Atlanta, we’re used to seeing our lives represented. With gay and allied festivals like Out on Film and the Atlanta Film Festival, our blue city in its increasingly less-red state knows how to treat its gay moviegoers. It’s nice to know that the city’s premiere festival, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, stands tall…

Relationship: Uncomplicated

Take the guesswork out of Valentine’s Day or any date night with our choices for what to wear and where to go based on how long you’ve been together By Mike Fleming   New Romantics Together: One Year or Less Every night with him is just like a dream, but you’re too busy dancing to seem too serious too fast. Theme Song: New Romantics by Taylor Swift Where to Eat For your first Valentine’s Day or your first “real” date,…

Atlanta’s Biggest Gay Halloween Party Goes to Broadway

From Cats to Hamilton and beyond, Jerusalem House takes gay Atlanta’s must-do Halloween party to Broadway. By James Parker Sheffield It’s that dreaded time of year. We have to come to terms with summer being over and… Nope. Who am I kidding? Fall in Atlanta is awesome, especially October. Atlanta Pride, Halloween, and dressing in layers is the magical gay trifecta. October also ushers in the beginning of the holiday season, which means welcoming back the Jerusalem House Halloween Party.…

Just a Good Ol’ Dad

TV legend Tom Wopat discusses hitting Out on Film, and the heart of gay love story ‘Fair Haven’ By Elijah Sarkesian Tom Wopat has come a long way from Hazzard County. Since playing Luke Duke on The Dukes of Hazzard. Now Atlantans will get to see him in a new light in Fair Haven, playing as part of this year’s Out on Film Festival. Wopat has spent an illustrious career performing on screen and stages across the country. He earned…

Up in Their Business: AGLCC Community Awards

Local LGBT professionals of AGLCC honor their members, allies, and leaders during annual awards gala By Matthew Holley Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce gathers in the spirit of business networking and camaraderie on a regular basis, but when they prepare to do it in fancy dress ready to give out prestigious awards, it only means one thing: the annual AGLCC Community Awards Dinner. The posh gala, set this year for September 23 at the InterContinental Buckhead, awards excellence…

Agenda: May’s Must-Attend Events

Goliath has the 411 on gay Atlanta's favorite concerts, shows, sports, and other events each month. Check in on the Agenda before firming up your plans. Beyonce We’ve been Crazy In Love with this Independent Woman since she first made us Say Her Name. Now Beyonce’s loyal gays march in Formation to her latest concert in Atlanta. Soak up the experience of all things Queen B when she hits the Georgia Dome on May 1. Visit beyonce.com. [caption id="attachment_568" align="alignleft" width="250"] Image: NewNowNext[/caption]…