Patrice, Marleah and Courtney drink Wills Creek Watermelon Sangria and talk Queer Power and how naps need to be incorporated into everyone’s workflow.
The Stonewall of the South //
It wasn’t Stonewall, but it got the ball rolling: The police raid on Ansley Mall Mini Cinema’s showing of Lonesome Cowboys was a galvanizing moment for the LGBTQ community in Atlanta.
- ‘It’s a Raid!’ Atlanta’s Stonewall moment 50 years ago today by Patrick Saunders at Project Q
- Georgia Gay Liberation Front and Atlanta’s first Pride march by Patrick Saunders at the Georgia Voice
- The Great Speckled Bird archives from Georgia State University Library
- The Stonewall of the South that History Forgot by Michael Waters at The Smithsonian Magazine
- Ru Paul at The Nitery
- DONATE TO THE HRC! Happy Pride!
- Invisible Histories Project
- Vintage LGBTQ photos from AL Invisible Histories
- Brooks Fund Oral History Project
- VOICES of Kentuckiana
- Touching Up Our Roots
- Gay A.F. – uncovering, preserving and sharing accurate info on Atlanta’s LGBTQ history
The Sleeping Prophet: Edgar Cayce, Part 1 //
In part 1 of Patrice covering Edgar Cayce, we learn about this strange boy from Kentucky and his origin story of how he became the grandfather for the New Age movement, napping, and the “other” Nostradamus.
- Edgar Cayce – Wikipedia
- He Shared the Light – Edgar Cayce 1877-1912
- Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet by Sidney D. Kirkpatrick, Stephen Graybill, et al.
- Thanks to our Patrons! You can be one too!
- Go join our FB Fan Group!
- Romarin et Corbeaux
- Wills Creek Winery
- Kenneth Steed for Cayce heads up!
Wills Creek Watermelon Sangria
By Bartender Courtney
- 1 bottle watermelon wine (we use Wills Creek – link in shout outs!)
- 4 cups seedless watermelon, cubed
- 1 cup vodka
- 1/4 cup triple sec
- 2 oz fresh squeezed lime juice
- Puree watermelon cubes, saving out a few for garnish
- Strain puree into a pitcher
- Add all other ingredients to pitcher and stir
- Refrigerate for at least one hour
- Serve with watermelon cubes over ice