I couldn’t wait for the Presidential election in 2012 to end and for all those annoying television commercials to just go away, but it appears that it is never too early to start speculating on who may run for President in 2016.
This past weekend, an editorial in Boston’s other paper, The Boston Herald, discussed the rising prominence of Rand Paul and if he’d run for President in 2016. While I could really care less if Rand Paul runs for President or not, my only real reaction is that his candidacy would be a dream come true for liberals.
Harvard University Sailing Team has been making videos for quite some time. Some are funnier than others. This is one of their older videos on YouTube, but I still find it funny.
When I see signs like this I always chuckle.
Things that make BosGuy go hmm…
Now that this photo of former Red Sox player, Gabe Kapler, has got your attention, I wanted to let you know that this year Boston Pride has secured a block of Red Sox tickets for Thursday, June 6th during Boston Pride Week.
This is a unique opportunity to watch a game at Fenway with a few hundred other LGBT Sox fans. Grab tickets while they last and come down to cheer on the Red Sox who will be playing the Texas Rangers.
Tickets cost $30 and following the game everyone is invited over to Ramrod/ Machine to enjoy some post-game food (free) and cold cocktails. To purchase individual or group tickets for you and friends; details here.
I can’t help but feel like I’m a bit behind today.
With the Memorial Day weekend now within sight, the summer travel season will begin in earnest.
Cape Cod, the islands and all of the New England coastline will be open for business as tens of thousands of Gay and Lesbian travelers come to get married and or visit places like Provincetown and Ogunquit.
If you have questions about organizing a trip to a location here in New England or if you will be spending a night or two in Boston and have questions about logistics, places to stay, eat, stuff to do, etc… feel free to reach out and I’ll do my best to provide you with a local’s perspective.