Ladies who dine take Fourth Tuesday to Decatur

Some ladies lunch, but the lesbians of Fourth Tuesday dine with cocktails. And so they did Tuesday as the group returned to Carpe Diem in Decatur for its monthly dinner.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Tuesday’s Top 12 girls night

Finally! The competition got under way Tuesday on “American Idol” with the Top 12 girls. For three weeks, the bottom two boys and two girls will be eliminated in a quick purge to reach the Top 12.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 28 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Just a typical day in the universe, only this one comes with “Designing Women LIVE,” gay sports, discussion groups, deals on meals, manly and ladylike pursuits, and living in "The Sweet In-Between.”    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Marbys Negretti rocks it out

Since it's boys night on "American Idol," we found Marbys Negretti rocking it out to celebrate the occasion. We're not sure if the model can sing or just look the part, but like "Idol" does it really matter?    READ MORE »

‘Designing Women LIVE’ play relives TV fave

Longing for a return of Julia, Suzanne, Mary Jo and Charlene? See a live version of “Designing Women” on Wednesday and Thursday, with one twist—the major performers are all male.    READ MORE »

Gay Dems: We want Barnes as Georgia governor

When it comes to Georgia's race for governor–yes, it's election season again–some gay Democrats are putting their support behind former Gov. Roy Barnes.    READ MORE »

Presidential ‘Glee,’ lesbian gold, Sydney on top

Wednesday's gay headlines find the “Glee” cast on White House guest list, skater Ireen Wust topping the Olympic podium, Sydney as the world’s gay-friendliest city, de-gayed healthcare and more.    READ MORE »

HIV-poz ex-doc on trial in Atlanta for teen sex

The fate of an HIV-positive former Emory and Grady doctor is in the hands of a federal jury, which began deliberations in his criminal trial Monday afternoon in downtown Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Tuesday is game day in LGBT Atlanta, from bingo and trivia to poker and volleyball. But that doesn't mean other interests are out in the cold. Check out everything you can get into today.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Dave Calvert’s a road trip worth making

We like it when our Morning Fix jocks strap on the sports equipment and strut their athletic creds. Or at least in the case of Georgia boy Dave Calvert, putting on the pads and looking the part.    READ MORE »

Grindr’s daddy changing nature of gay hookups

New technology made it possible for Joel Simkhai to launch the biggest advancement in gay hookups since Al Gore created the Internet. So why is the daddy of Grindr so demure about its creation?    READ MORE »

Lesbian now chairs Atlanta’s police review board

The Atlanta Citizen Review Board, which is investigating complaints tied to the Eagle raid, recently elected a lesbian as its chair, elevating a member who has served since the board’s inception in 2007.    READ MORE »

Elton, Joe Lieberman, gay tax tips, Johnny Weir

Gay world headlines: Elton John clarifies “gay Jesus” quote, Lieberman to introduce Senate’s “Don’t Ask” repeal, Johnny Weir shrugs off commentator slurs, and couples ask a lesbian tax expert.    READ MORE »

Gays sports leagues sign up for spring [photos]

The Atlanta Gay Sports Alliance couldn't have asked for better weather on Sunday to try and convince new recruits that spending their spring outdoors is the way to go.    READ MORE »

Fitness: Tips for building more impressive calves

Building bigger calves is a goal for many of us. Great calf muscles are also one of the more difficult to achieve. Most people focus on the upper body, and unfortunately, the disproportionate result shows.    READ MORE »

Monday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Rainy days and Mondays feel right together. Put a little sunshine in your life with get-togethers of your own, from empowered youth and dancin’ queens to bare bears, runners, gamers and more.    READ MORE »

Monday: Farm boy Ryan Bertroche’s fashion itch

Iowa guy meets famed photographer Bruce Weber and covers gay glossy Out. Not a bad start for model and country boy Ryan Bertroche, who can look like the guy next door or do high fashion runway.    READ MORE »

Bucks open season with scrappy loss [photos]

The Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club swapped snow for sunny skies and warm weather on Saturday to finally open the delayed start to their spring season with a match at Coan Middle School in Kirkwood.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: The princess and the MILF

With girls aged 5 to 8 as models, we worried that naming Thursday’s episode “A Little Bit of Fashion” might be a bad omen. Thanks to a fortunate twist, “Project Runway” turned “a little” into “a lot.”    READ MORE »

Top 5 most popular posts on Project Q this week

A little love for a Valentine's movie, the missteps of Google's Buzz and RuPaul hitting Midtown to work it were among your favorite posts this week. Our rundown on the Top 5 from the week gone by.    READ MORE »