Out & About Newspaper
|Editor||Blake Jonathan Boldt|
|Official website||Out & About Newspaper|
Out & About Newspaper is a free, monthly LGBT newspaper in Nashville, Tennessee.
Out & About Newspaper was started in 2002. The newspaper has a target audience of more than 250,000 people. Circulation for the newspaper is 30,000 per month. It is the largest LGBT publication in Tennessee.
Out & About Today 
The newspaper is produced alongside a broadcast news feature on WTVF-TV called "Out & About Today." "Out & About Today" is hosted by Brent Meredith, Pam Wheeler, and Chuck Long. The news feature focuses on news, entertainment, and business information for the gay and lesbian community of Nashville.
In August 2012, it was revealed that a thirty-year employee of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center was caught on surveillance cameras stealing copies of the newspaper to throw them away since April of the same year.
- Mondo Times
- Inside Out Nashville
- About Out & About Today
- Tony Gonzalez, Newspaper thief at Vanderbilt caught on video, The Tennessean, August 8, 2012
- Theft of O&AN at Vanderbilt prompts call for help, Out & About Newspaper, August 7, 2012
- Neal Broverman, Gay Newspaper Thief Caught at Nashville's Vanderbilt University, The Advocate, August 9, 2012
- Stephen Gray, University employee threw away gay newspapers, Pink News, 9 August 2012
- Vanderbilt University Employee Caught Throwing Away Stacks Of LGBT Newspapers, Instinct, August 9, 2012
- Out and About official Website
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