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Spir­i­tual Tools for Re­cov­ery is a three-part se­ries (end­ing June 8) ex­plor­ing the role of faith and spir­i­tual prac­tices in re­cov­ery for LGBT com­mu­ni­ties and al­lies. LGBT peo­ple and al­lies in re­cov­ery often feel alien­ated from their re­li­gious tra­di­tions and un­sure of how to draw upon their faith or any spir­i­tual tra­di­tions for sup­port. This se­ries looks to cre­ate a com­mu­nity of peo­ple seek­ing wis­dom and sup­port around re­cov­ery through An­nex, Phillip Rush Cen­ter


Af­ter 20 years, this is the fi­nal East Point Pos­sums show. Come see the largest num­ber of drag acts in the South­east en­ter­tain­ing you while rais­ing money for Lost-n-Found Youth. 7 – 11 p.m., 2727 E. Point St., East Point, GA 30344, www.face­book.com/ events/427701814276892

use of faith and spir­i­tual prac­tices. 7 – 8:30 p.m.,

1530 DeKalb Ave. N.E., Suite A, At­lanta, GA 30307, www.rush­cen­ter­atl.org An emerg­ing artist, has al­ready demon­strated her pro­lific song­writ­ing skills with the well-known hits “Sweet An­nie” and “Good­bye In Her Eyes.” Her spe­cial brand of fe­maleat­ti­tude and mod­ern coun­try has been seen along­side such well-known names as Eric Church, Eli Young Band, Loretta Lynn and Wil­lie Nel­son. Tick­ets: $16-20. 9:15 p.m. Ed­die’s At­tic. www.ed­diesat­tic.com (Pub­lic­ity photo)

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