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All Hail Terminal West

After three years of drawing ravers to grind in the gallery spaces of the King Plow Arts Center, Robert Shaw and Alan Sher have set up the permanent venue Terminal West in Studio C of the refurbished farm-equipment foundry. With high-grade sound and light systems built around a twenty-by-thirty-three-foot stage, ... Read more

Johnny's Hideaway

Nothing much has changed at Johnny’s Hideaway, the cougar bar buried in the strip mall homogeneity of Roswell Road. Not the disco ball or the parquet floor or the glamour shots of dead and dying celebrities. Divorcées in tight jeans and halter tops still troll the perimeter. The oldies soundtrack ... Read more

The Gay Scene

Named the gayest city in the nation earlier this year by the Advocate, Atlanta will celebrate its fortieth Pride on October 9 and 10. The festivities will include a headlining performance by Idol finalist Kimberley Locke on the main stage in Piedmont Park, plus a kickoff party at the Georgia ... Read more

Havana Club, Ormsby's, Gold Room, and more

1. The Havana Club Gold Room: David Walter Banks Hip-swivelers rejoice. The Havana Club, closed in 2007 after ten years in operation to make way for the Streets of Buckhead development, has reopened in a bigger, swankier space on Piedmont. Three rooms offer distinct vibes: “Stage” pumps in Top 40 ... Read more

Flip Flops

1. It’s a slice of spring break in Midtown. With a nine-flavor daiquiri bar, live music downstairs, a DJ upstairs, a sprawling patio with real palm trees, and deliberately tacky decor, it couldn’t be more different from posh Opera across the street.   2. It’s owned by Ace Amerson from ... Read more

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Latest Comments

  1. Johnny's Hideaway

    James said "The place is fine except for the idiots in the parking lot chasing customers away. Be ready for smart mouth 101." Read more
  2. The Gay Scene

    Crissinda Ponder said "I'm a fan of line dancing, I should visit the 3 Legged Cowboy." Read more
  3. The Gay Scene

    Catherine Happe said "What more could you ask for at Mary's than a 70s bar with karaoke nights?" Read more