Category Archives: Boston

Manhunt Bubbles Pool Party Saturday, June 27

Manhunt Pool PartyManhunt Bubbles annual summer party is this Saturday at the Manhunt Mansion in Brookline from 2- 6PM.  More details about the event as well as a link to the Facebook event page where you can purchase tickets ahead of time is below.

Manhunt Pool Party Men 3Manhunt Mansion is at 166 Fisher Ave., Brookline, MA
$20 Guest List (Limited Space) / $25 at Door | 21+ only
Food & Drinks included
Music by DJ Gay Jim Clerkin from Kiss 108 FM

Facebook Events Page Here

Manhunt Pool Party and Maverick Men

Urban Innovation Gallery planned to better connect South End, South Boston and Fort Point

Neighborhood Border Zone, South End, South BostonAn exciting urban intervention program is set to take place under the I-93 highway overpass near Traveler and West 4th Street to help turn this underutilized 2.5 square mile area dividing the South End and Southie into an outdoor Urban Innovation GalleryThe Design Museum Foundation has a 7 minute video describing the intent behind this program, which you can view here.

If you are interested in learning more about this program there are three ways you can get involved.

Volunteer and help transform the Neighborhood Border Zone into an Urban Innovation Gallery by helping with events, design, installation, and more — Volunteer Form

Sponsor this project to help make it a success — Sponsorship Form

Form an Urban Innovation Festival team to take part in a 3-day Urban Innovation Festival next summer, start thinking about your team and stay tuned for a Call for Teams, coming soon.

Free outdoor summer movies in Boston

Rob Reiner, River and a Movie, EF EducationWhat does Back to the Future, The Princess Bride and Batman have in common? They are all movies that you can watch outdoors for free in Boston this month.

Thrillist Boston has published their list of free outdoor movies in Boston and will continue to add to this list as new listings and shows are announced. Currently the month of July has 30 free movies published (and more will likely be added). So if you love being outside and enjoy movies this might be a great date night or fun night out with friends.  Note that the showings take place in a variety of spaces so double check the location and timing for each movie.

Thrillist Boston Free Outdoor Summer Movies Schedule

Donna Summer Roller Disco is Friday, June 19

Boston, Together Boston, Donna Summer Roller DiscoTomorrow, Friday – June 19th, marks the return of Boston’s second annual Donna Summer outdoor Roller Disco at City Hall Plaza.

Friday, June 19th Boston to host Donna Summer Roller Disco

Similar to last year when more than 4,000 people came down to Government Center, the event will be free and open to the public, with skates for rent, food on hand and of course some excellent music courtesy of DJ Kon.  But beware that last year the lines to get roller skates wrapped around the entire Plaza so bring roller blades if you have them or plan to arrive early. Check out these photos from last summer’s Memorial Roller Disco to Boston native, Donna Summer. #HotStuffBosGuy, Boston Guy

Donna Summer Roller Disco in Gov’t Center Friday, June 19th

Boston, Together Boston, Donna Summer Roller DiscoI first wrote about this back in April, but I wanted to remind everyone that later this week the city of Boston in conjunction with Together Boston will host their second annual Donna Summer Roller Disco in Government Center on Friday, June 19th.  Last years party was a blast but the lines to get onto the rink were crazy long so this is one party where it pays to be early otherwise you may end up spending most of your time in line.

Date:  Friday, June 19th
Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Where:  Boston City Hall / Gov’t Center

Here are a few photos from last year’s inaugural Donna Summer Roller Disco.BosGuy, Boston Guy

Boston Pride June 5-14, 2015

Boston Pride 2015Boston’s 45th Pride celebration closes tonight Sunday, June 14th and while I attended fewer events this year than in the past, reports indicate most events were well attended. Once again the surprise highlight of the week was the 2nd Annual Heels for Hope party on June 10th at Cathedral Station raising money for BAGLY.

Warm weather and plenty of sunshine helped bring a larger than expected crowd into Boston on Saturday to watch the parade and parties around the city. Thank you to everyone who shared photographs and were nice enough to pose.

Boston Pride Back Bay block party today 12-8PM

Boston Pride Back Bay block partyOne of the last events for Boston Pride happens to be one of the best.  The Boston Pride Back Bay Block Party is always a good time.

Sunday, June 14th / 12:00 Noon – 8pm
St. James Ave. between Arlington and Berkeley St.

There is a $15 donation with $5 going to the Boston Pride Community Fund.Back Bay block PartyBack Bay Block PartyBoston Pride Back Bay block partyBack Bay Boston Pride Block PartyBack Bay Boston Pride Block PartySee you there.