FRI­DAY, APRIL 22

GA Voice - - Lgbt Atlanta Arts Reviews Entertaniment -

Come en­joy hump day spe­cials and karaoke at the newly re­opened Cock­pit, 465 Boule­vard SE, At­lanta, GA 30312

THURS­DAY, APRIL 21

SAGE At­lanta hosts a so­cial hour at 10 a.m., fol­lowed by a pro­gram/meet­ing at 11 a.m., Phillip Rush Cen­ter An­nex, www.rush­cen­ter­atl.org Join Trans­gen­der Law Cen­ter and South­ern­ers on New Ground for an evening of com­mu­nity build­ing, meal shar­ing and en­ter­tain­ment at the Gar­den Party and Open House from 4 – 8 p.m. at their new of­fice space at 580 Hold­er­ness St SW, At­lanta, GA 30310. To RSVP, visit bit.ly/TLCatSONGOpenHouse Mark your cal­en­dars for an evening of net­work­ing. Join the Metro At­lanta As­so­ci­a­tion of Pro­fes­sion­als (MAAP) and Gay­bor­hood tonight and spend the evening con­nect­ing with Metro At­lanta pro­fes­sion­als and busi­ness own­ers. En­joy The At­lanta Gay and Les­bian Cham­ber of Com­merce (AGLCC) holds its Fourth Fri­day Net­work­ing night from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at Ein­stein’s, hosted by AARP, www.ein­stein­sat­lanta.com

SATUR­DAY, APRIL 23

Deep South presents the Bears in Space event, with DJs Chris Bowen and Vic­tor Ro­driguez, 10 p.m., At­lanta Ea­gle, www.face­book.com/ events/1687404504848408/ ?ac­tive_tab=high­lights Edie Cheezburger hosts Glit­ter Bomb at 11 p.m., Blake’s, www.blakeson­thep­arkat­lanta.com

SUN­DAY, APRIL 24

Pol­i­tics, sex, re­li­gion, loss, and beauty – all of the top­ics that you can’t talk about over din­ner but can at a mu­seum – are open for dis­cus­sion in “Art AIDS Amer­ica,” an ex­hi­bi­tion that reveals for the first time how the AIDS cri­sis for­ever changed Amer­i­can art. Its stop at Ken­ne­saw State Univer­sity’s Zuck­er­man Mu­seum of Art is the only South­ern stop on its na­tional tour, through At­lanta Lyric Theatre has opened a ver­sion of “Dream­girls,” di­rected by the openly gay Ri­cardo Aponte, run­ning through April 24 with an 8 p.m. cur­tain tonight, www.at­lantalyricthe­atre.com (Pub­lic­ity photo) May 22, zuck­er­man.ken­ne­saw.edu.

MON­DAY, APRIL 25

En­joy beer spe­cials all night long at The Hide­away, www.at­lantahide­away.com

TUES­DAY, APRIL 26

DJ Kaye G spins at Bull­dogs, 893 Peachtree Street, At­lanta, GA, 30308

WED­NES­DAY, APRIL 27

Do you want to read books by amaz­ing black women writ­ers? Do you want to dis­cuss works from a black fem­i­nist per­spec­tive(s)? Do you want to do all of this in an awe­some gem of a fem­i­nist book store? Then the Black Fem­i­nist Book Club is for you! Charis Cir­cle board cochair Su­sana Mor­ris will be the fa­cil­i­ta­tor of this group. This is a Charis Cir­cle from mar­gin to cen­ter lit­er­ary event and the sug­gested do­na­tion is $5. 7 – 9 p.m., www.charis­book­sand­more.com Wed­nes­days are Warp Zone night, be­gin­ning at 7 p.m., fol­lowed by the Pig Dance Black­out party with DJ Stan Jack­son at 10 p.m., Heretic At­lanta, www.hereti­cat­lanta.com

THURS­DAY, APRIL 28

Per­form­ers from some of the best known pro­duc­tions on Broad­way will ap­pear at a ben­e­fit sup­port­ing Covenant House Ge­or­gia (CHGA) and the home­less youth it serves. The fifth an­nual A Night of Broad­way Stars will be held tonight hosted by renowned com­poser and lyri­cist, Neil Berg. 6 p.m., The Buck­head Theatre, www.the­buck­headthe­atre.com Googie Uter­hardt plays Hol­ly­wood queen Bette Davis in “Me and Jezebel,” open­ing tonight at 8 p.m. and run­ning through May 15 at ART Sta­tion, www.arts­ta­tion.org Thurs­days are Trivia and Game Night at My Sis­ter’s Room, with bingo, beer pong, darts and bil­liards, www.my­sis­ter­sroom.com

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