Tag Archives: ATL

Who’s your Daddi? Jack Ingraham’s brave gender transition at almost 60 years old

Until Chaz Bono came out as a transgender man in 2009, transgender people had little-to-no representation in mainstream media. In a 2014 interview with “U.S. News and World Report”, GLAAD’s associate director of entertainment media, Matt Kane said, “What we’ve noticed is that in many

Once lost, now found: One local veteran’s LnFY success story

After the United States military defaulted on their typical false-promises of Veteran’s assistance and support to the new Vets they casually toss into the world without a safety net, military Network Engineer Nathaniel “Nathan” Martin, 24, found himself jobless, broke and homeless – only

Review: Gordon Parks’ “Segregation Story” on exhibit at the High Museum of Art

[flagallery gid=2] Twelve of the over 40 photographs that comprise “Gordon Parks: Segregation Story“, had never been shown publicly until they went on exhibit last fall at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, an acquisition that has significantly strengthened the museum’s

Let the ‘Sunshine’ In: How tech-savvy parents use the Open Records Act to illuminate, avoid potential dangers

Contrary to the opinions of today’s youth, there is more to the Internet than just Snapchat and Instagram. In fact, today’s parent, many of whom are of members of the MTV Generation, have made life decisions based solely upon the invaluable information they

The Fountain of ‘Brewth’: Ponce de Leon beer fest taps kegs to help kids

  Beer-lovers and brewmasters came together last Saturday for the second annual Ponce de Leon Beer Festival at the Yaarab Shrine on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta. One of the five events listed on Creative Loafing’s “Things to Do” list, the festival featured craft beers from over