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Atlanta Eagle building sold, but bar staying put

The buildings that house the Atlanta Eagle and its long dormant neighbor have been sold. But rest easy, leather daddies. The future of the popular bar is secure – for at least three more years.
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J.P. Paquette topped three other men to take the crown (and leather sash) to become Mr. Atlanta Eagle on Saturday during an evening of cosplay, role play and leather fun.

Atlanta Eagle crowns top daddy, lady [photos]

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Four men and one woman strapped on their leather best Saturday to compete for the top leather titles at the Atlanta Eagle during the bar's anniversary weekend celebration.

What’s it take to be Atlanta Eagle’s new leather daddy?

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Forget your Sunday best. Leather aficionados will sport their leather best during a weekend-long celebration at the Atlanta Eagle. And as the bar crowns its Mr. & Ms. Atlanta Eagle, we ask past titleholders what it takes to win.

Atlanta Eagle home sold for ‘future development’

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A private investor snatched up the building that houses the Atlanta Eagle and its neighbor with plans to redevelop the parcels, but the new owners also inked a new lease with the longstanding gay bar.


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