Although the day isn’t over, I couldn’t resist sharing @largetony‘s tweet. Earlier today he tweeted, “So the unemployment rate in US has dropped to 5.3%. There is national healthcare. And marriage equality. I blame Obama.”
I blame him too Tony. I remember all too well what our country was like after 8 years of “leadership” from a Republican President before Obama won in 2008.
In her all new show, Miss Richfield 1981 lowers the “Cone of Silence!” and discusses everything we have been taught not to talk about, incorporating hilarious videos, twisted sing-a-longs, and a healthy heap of audience interaction.
Miss Richfield 1981 at Mainestreet in Ogunquit
Sunday, July 5th at 7PM and again at 9PM
Tickets are $25.00
For more details and to purchase tickets visit the Facebbook page here.
GLAD’S 34th Annual Summer Party
The Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders is a local non profit that has been helping the LGBT community here and around the country since it was first formed in 1978. In recent years GLAD’s Civil Rights Project Director, Mary Bonauto, has received much attention as a Marriage Equality advocate with significant rulings in cases like Goodridge v. Department of Public Health which made Massachusetts the first state in which same-sex couples could marry in 2004 and more recently arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obergefell v. Hodges case on April 28, 2015. A that case will determine if state bans against same-sex marriage are constitutional and considered one of the most important civil rights cases to come before the U.S. Supreme Court in modern history.
Show your support for the work GLAD is doing on behalf of marriage equality and other important civil liberties by joining them at their 34th Annual Summer Party.
Saturday, July 25, 2015
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
For more information and tickets click here
The Pynes Tea Party returns with IndepenDance on Fire Island on Saturday, July 4th from 5-10 p.m. at 236 Bay Walk, Fire Island Pines, NY. This long running dance benefit on Fire Island Pines will take over 236 Bay Walk.
IndepenDance on Fire Island
Saturday, July 4th
5:00 – 10:00 PM
Fire Island Pines
All proceeds from the event this weekend will benefit the Pines Care Center, and The Trevor Project. Below is a video from Fire Island’s InderpenDance 2011 party with Tracy Young. If you happen to be out on Fire Island this weekend have fun.
Photo by: Keith Krisa at the AMP Gallery at 148 Commercial Street
While tens of thousands have descended upon Provincetown for Independence Week parties and celebrations, a weekly tradition worth checking out (if only to take a break from all the revelries) is the Ptown Friday Gallery Walk.
While many think of the East End when they think of Provincetown’s art galleries, don’t overlook West End galleries like the AMP Gallery at 148 Commercial St. where Keith Krisa’s exhibit opened and will run through Wednesday, July 8th.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Ptown offers a little bit of something for everyone. While visiting try something you may not normally do. You might be surprised by how much you enjoy perusing Provincetown’s art galleries.
Thanks to the Highland Street Foundation, Free fun Fridays has returned to Boston this summer. The following venues will be open and free to the public:
BOSTON CHILDREN’S MUSEUM in Boston
HERITAGE MUSEUMS & GARDENS in Sandwich
FALMOUTH MUSEUMS ON THE GREEN in Falmouth
BERKSHIRE MUSEUM in Pittsfield
AMELIA PARK CHILDREN’S MUSEUM in Westfield
NAUMKEAG, TRUSTEES OF RESERVATIONS in Stockbridge
OLD MANSE, TRUSTEES OF RESERVATIONS in Concord
Much thanks Highland Street Foundation.
Since everyone in the US is now obsessing over the long holiday weekend, I thought I’d include an appropriately themed photo to caption.
I’ll get you started with a possible caption and hopefully you’ll feel inspired to share a few of your own in the comments section below.
American Excellence or should I say Amurikan Excellence