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The High Mu­seum of Art is the exclusive East Coast venue for the Andy Warhol: Prints from the Col­lec­tions of Jor­dan D. Sch­nitzer and His Fam­ily Foun­da­tion ret­ro­spec­tive fea­tur­ing more than 250 prints and ephemera by artist Andy Warhol. This com­pre­hen­sive show is the largest ex­hi­bi­tion of its kind and in­cludes such iconic screen­print port­fo­lios as Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe (1967), Camp­bell’s Soup I (1968), Elec­tric Chair (1971) and Mao (1972), 1280 Peachtree St. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30309,


What’s your dam­age, Heather? On­Stage At­lanta opened a musical ver­sion of the cult clas­sic film “Heathers,” with an 8 p.m. show tonight run­ning through Aug. 13, 2969 East Ponce de Leon Ave., De­catur, GA 3003, www.on­stageat­


Do you want to make a dif­fer­ence in the lives of home­less or at-risk LGBT youth in At­lanta? Learn about Lost-n-Found Youth and its mis­sion to end LGBT home­less­ness at this ori­en­ta­tion. Or­ga­niz­ers will dis­cuss the sever­ity of LGBT youth home­less­ness across the South­east and in­tro­duce you to the pro­gram they cre­ated to ad­dress the prob­lem. Fol­low­ing the class “Feed me, Sey­mour!” Ac­tor’s Ex­press opens its ver­sion of the clas­sic musical “Lit­tle Shop of Hor­rors” tonight at 8 p.m., run­ning through Aug. 20, 887 W. Ma­ri­etta St. N.W., At­lanta, GA 30318,­tor­sex­ (Pub­lic­ity photo) you’ll be pre­pared to work with ex­ist­ing clients and help to iden­tify and as­sist home­less LGBT youth still liv­ing in non-sup­port­ive shel­ters and on the street. 2 – 3 p.m., Lost-nFound Youth, 2585 Chan­tilly Drive. N.E., At­lanta, GA 303224, “Sor­did Lives” – You’ve seen the movie … now go see the play at The Vine­yard Cafe and Din­ner Theatre, run­ning through Aug. 27, 21 W. Park Square, NE, Ma­ri­etta, GA 30060, www.thevine­yard­


The Rot­ten Peaches’ Queer Pic­nic is back! Bring your­self, friends, pets and pic­nic ne­ces­si­ties for a gathering in the Meadow area of Pied­mont Park, 3- 8 p.m.


Making Space is a writ­ing group for those who work, move or spend time serv­ing others through hu­man ser­vices and com­mu­nity pro­fes­sions. Here, or­ga­niz­ers use writ­ing as a means for deep­en­ing un­der­stand­ing of our pri­vate and pub­lic jour­neys, our re­la­tion­ships, work and how we make space for our­selves (or don’t) in the midst of it all. The sug­gested do­na­tion is $10. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Charis Books and More, 1189 Eu­clid Ave. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30307, www.charis­book­sand­


Play Let’s Make a Deal with host Ken tonight at Friends on Ponce. From 6 – 10 p.m., 736 Ponce de Leon Ave. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30306, www.friend­son­


Chan­nel your in­ner Patti Lupone at Burkhart’s Broad­way at Burks event, hosted by An­gel­ica D’Paige Brooks and Nic White, 1492 Pied­mont Ave., At­lanta, GA 30309,


The At­lanta Gay and Les­bian Cham­ber of Com­merce hosts its Busi­ness Builder Lun­cheon to­day at Henry’s Mid­town Tav­ern. Hosted by Chip Ivie and Chris Tor­rens on the third Thurs­day of each month at 11:45 a.m., the event is lim­ited to 14 re­spon­dents with a $20 set menu. 132 10th St. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30309,­lanta­gay­cham­

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