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cel­e­brates the arts and cul­tural con­tri­bu­tions of les­bian fem­i­nists. The new is­sue ex­plores South­ern les­bian and women’s artis­tic ac­tiv­i­ties be­tween 1974 and 1996 and is a rich ta­pes­try of South­ern sto­ries and re­flec­tions on the cre­ative arts. 7:30 – 9 p.m., 1189 Eu­clid Ave. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30307, www.charis­book­sand­


The In­man Park Spring Fes­ti­val takes place in one of At­lanta’s old­est and most

April 28, 2017

scenic neigh­bor­hoods. Now cel­e­brat­ing its 46th an­niver­sary, the fes­ti­val of­fers some­thing for every­body – three stages of live mu­sic, kids’ ac­tiv­i­ties, a tour of homes, a mar­velous street pa­rade, an artists’ mar­ket and some of the city’s best peo­ple-watch­ing. 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., In­man Park, www.face­ “So You Think You Can Sing?,” karaoke fundraiser for the At­lanta Gay Men’s Cho­rus and the At­lanta Women’s Cho­rus, con­tin­ues tonight, 6 – 9 p.m., Jungle At­lanta, 2115 Faulkner Road N.E, At­lanta, GA 30324, www.jun­ a The in­fa­mous Dixie Lon­gate, the nation’s lead­ing Tup­per­ware sales­per­son, will be head­lin­ing a fundraiser tonight for AIDS Vac­cine Ride 200. There will be good food, fun, laugh­ter and in­for­ma­tion about the up­com­ing bike ride. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., Hud­son Grille Mid­town, 942 Peachtree St. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30309, www.face- Puc­cini’s epic tale “Tu­ran­dot,” open­ing tonight at 8 p.m. cour­tesy of At­lanta Opera, cen­ters around Princess Tu­ran­dot, who de­cap­i­tates each suitor who fails to an­swer her rid­dles. Cobb En­ergy Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre, 2800 Cobb Gal­le­ria Park­way, At­lanta, GA 30339, www.cobben­er­gy­cen­ The Ar­morettes per­form tonight at the Heretic At­lanta to raise money for Heart­song, 8 – 10 p.m., 2069 Cheshire Bridge Road N.E., At­lanta, GA 30324, www.hereti­cat­ Come boo­gie at the We Love the ‘80s, ‘90s, ‘00s event with DJ Moose, 10 p.m. – 3 a.m., At­lanta Ea­gle, 306 Ponce de Leon Ave., At­lanta, GA 30308,­lantaea­ Join Jungle At­lanta for a dance party to end all dance par­ties at the Mu­sic Out Front The­atre’s “The Most Fab­u­lous Story Ever Told,” from the 2000s Dance Party! Guests in­clude Trevor Rayshay, Perry Evette Watkins, Bria Ari­anna Cash, Biqtch Pud­din’ and Steven Glen Diehl 10:30 p.m. – 3 a.m, 2115 Faulkner Road N.E., At­lanta, GA 30324, www.face­ events/1812684502389965


JEM En­ter­tain­ment is proud to present ATL Rain­bow Expo 2017 with all pro­ceeds to ben­e­fit Lost-n-Found Youth. Ra­dio and TV per­son­al­i­ties Tom Sul­li­van and Melissa Carter will em­cee. Ad­mis­sion is free but a mon­e­tary do­na­tion for LNFY will be gra­ciously ac­cepted. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Eb­ster Re­cre­ation Cen­ter, 105 Elec­tric Ave., De­catur, GA 30030. In recog­ni­tion of the one-year an­niver­sary of the pass­ing of Prince Rogers Nel­son, the Auburn Av­enue Re­search Li­brary in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the African-Amer­i­can

take on writ­ten by play­wright Paul Rud­nick, has an 8 p.m. cur­tain tonight, run­ning through May 14. An anti-gay group has em­ployed a hate cam­paign against the theater com­pany be­cause of the play, so At­lanta’s LGBT com­mu­nity is ex­pected to come out in force to sup­port it. 999 Brady Ave. N.W., At­lanta, GA 30318, www.out­frontthe­ (Pub­lic­ity photo)

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