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David Atlanta Vol. 17 Issue 47: Turkey Time

Celebrities share their Thanksgiving Traditions

The holidays are upon us. Whether you celebrate with family and/or friends, whoop it up in the club, or find a quiet respite on your own, it’s great to know what’s out there and available to you in this great city of ours. I asked a few of people what their Thanksgiving traditions were and [&hellip

Turkey Time: How to cook (or order) your Thanksgiving meat

When you think Thanksgiving, you think turkey. And while we know not everyone is a chef, we reached out to gay dads Brian and Ferd, founders of GaysWithKids.com, to share their family turkey recipe. There’s only five steps, although step 1 must be completed at least one day in advance of cooking. But of course, [&hellip

Thanksgiving: Where to Eat (and drink)

With turkey time just around the corner, it’s time to finalize those holiday plans. If you haven’t made any, or clutch those pearls, your’s were cancelled, David rounds up some places you can eat (and drink) for Thanksgiving and it’s eve. Turkey Ball Wednesday, Nov. 26 • 9 p.m. • TEN Atlanta (990 Piedmont Ave. [&hellip

Quit smoking with the Great American Smokeout

I know what you’re thinking, who smokes anymore, right? But the truth is, tobacco use is still the leading preventable cause of disease and death in the United States, and data suggests substantially higher rates of use among the LGBT community. The American Cancer Society estimates that over 30,000 LGBT people die each year of [&hellip

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