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GA Voice - - Black Gay Pride -

FRI­DAY, SEPT. 18

The At­lanta Gay and Les­bian Cham­ber of Com­merce (AGLCC) hosts its an­nual Com­mu­nity Din­ner/Awards, hosted by Scott Turner Schofield, 7 p.m., Fox Theatre, www.at­lanta­gay­cham­ber.org

On­stage At­lanta and Process Theatre present the drama “Look­ing for Nor­mal,” about a church-go­ing cou­ple whose lives change when the hus­band re­veals he is trans­gen­der. 8 p.m. tonight, through Oct. 10, www.on­stageat­lanta.com

Tony and Emmy win­ner Kristin Chenoweth per­forms tonight at the Cobb Energy Cen­ter, 8 p.m., www.cobben­er­gy­cen­ter.com

Leg­endary Chil­dren are back to close out the sum­mer and the end of the world of­fi­cially with Nu­clear Melt­down, an a-popo­lap­tyic beach party. It’s hosted by the win- ner of “Ru­paul’s Drag Race” Sea­son Seven, Vi­o­let Chachki. Noise Pol­lu­tion is pro­vided by DJ Robert Ans­ley and DJ King At­las, with life­guards Dax Ex­cla­ma­tion­Point from Sa­van­nah, Biqtch Pud­din, Evah De­struc­tion, Ar­ri­anna Paris and Mo’Dest Vol­gare, 9 p.m.–3 a.m., Heretic. www.hereti­cat­lanta.com

SATUR­DAY, SEPT. 19

More than 30 artists from around the U.S. and abroad have cre­ated works of art in clay for the up­com­ing ex­hibit ti­tled “Taboo: Sex­u­al­ity and Iden­tity in Ce­ram­ics,” the pur­pose of which is to pro­voke thought and stim­u­late con­ver­sa­tion “while de­mon­strat­ing the abil­ity of ce­ramic art to have a rel­e­vant voice in the so­cial and po­lit­i­cal dis­cus­sions of our time”; Sig­na­ture Gallery, www.thes­ig­na­tureshop.com

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