Category Archives: Video

David Sedaris in Provincetown July 28-29

Diabetes with Owls, ProvincetownEnjoy an evening (or two) with David Sedaris at the Provincetown Town Hall on Wednesday and Thursday this week.  His most recent book, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, is already a bestseller.

The laughter-filled evening begins at 8pm and includes a Q&A as well as a book signing after the show. For more information and tickets visit ptown2015.com.

What’s the definition of “traditional marriage”

Matt Baume has an interesting video that looks at how marriage has been defined through the ages.  You may be surprised by how marriage is defined in The Bible.

2015 Bear Week in Provincetown

Bummed that Bear Week is over or maybe that you missed it and would like to visit Provincetown for Bear Week next year?  Check out this great video that is making the rounds from David Cox. It is really well done.

Well Strung at the Ptown Art House

Chelseas Mom Well StrungOn Wednesday night a group of us went to go see Well Strung perform at the Ptown Art House.  This year’s show, Summer Lovin, didn’t disappoint. They played, Chelsea’s Mom, which you can watch below, but my favorite song was their rendition of Summer Lovin, which quickly becomes Ptown Lovin.

If you cannot get to Provincetown, you can see them today (July 25th) at Rehoboth Beach for one show only and you can check out their tour dates here.

Do I sound gay now playing at the Kendall Square cinema: David Thorpe in Boston for tonight’s shows

David ThorpeEarlier this spring I wrote the post, Gay themed summer movies, which talked about the documentary Do I sound gay? Today David Thorpe’s documentary opened in 14 new cities including Boston, Chicago, Portand, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle & Washington, DC; previously you could only see this film in Atlanta, Los Angeles, NYC and Philadelphia.

Meet writer/director David Thorpe in person today & tomorrow, July 24 & 25 for Q&As after the 7:05pm shows and to introduce the 9:45pm shows! Tickets here.

The documentary confronts Thorpe’s anxiety over sounding “gay” by talking to LGBT icons like Dan Savage and George Takei, and exploring the cultural history of the gay voice in film and television. You can get your tickets to see Do I sound gay? by linking to the Kendall Square cinema website, here.

I come from a town where the people look brown, talk black and act white

I come from a town where the people look brown, talk black and act white…

Watch this poetry slam-winning performance from Ronak Patani, joint winner of the 2013 Roundhouse Poetry Slam.  In light of the xenophobic language vilely pedaled by Republican Presidential candidates, this poem recited by Ronak Patani is both timely and touching.  Take a moment to listen to his silver tongued prose.

ReTRUMPlican Party on Immigration

Democrats certainly are enjoying themselves, watching what I can only describe as the Donald Trump hour.

While most Republicans do not agree with Trump’s views on Immigration and Immigration Reform, the candidates running for President haven’t exactly worked to create a more welcoming party and have often stoked those same flames.  This might be a classic example of reaping what you sow.