Dec 20, 2017
After more than six years in comedy, queer Atlanta comedian Ian Aber said he's finally figured out how to win over a gay crowd – the toughest of all audiences he faces. He discusses that, being shamelessly funny and how he broke into Atlanta's comedy scene.
Dec 6, 2017
Kevin Robison, the longtime artistic director of the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus, discusses his bittersweet departure from the chorus, his most memorable moments, competing for LGBT dollars and attention, and his emotional farewell concert "Bells, Babs & Beyond."
Nov 22, 2017
Educator, civic activist and church elder De'Andre Pickett discusses his Georgia House campaign, the struggle to run as an open LGBT candidate and what he's learned from his past races.
Nov 21, 2017
Jeff Graham, the executive director of Georgia Equality, unpacks the election results in metro Atlanta and discusses what it takes for LGBT candidates to win and get the group's endorsement, the Dec. 5 runoffs and what he hopes to hear out of Atlanta's mayoral contenders.
Nov 7, 2017
As Fulton County Commission chair, John Eaves helped pave the way for same-sex marriages to begin in the county and helped develop an ambitious plan to fight HIV. Here he talks about protecting and supporting LGBT people, LGBT businesses as "the next frontier," the Atlanta Police Department, city parks, property taxes...