Join G4G Boston Wednesday, August 5th as volunteers help inspect, sort, and pack food items for the Greater Boston Food Bank. Your efforts will help local hunger relief agencies. All volunteers will need to attend a brief training session on food safety prior to heading to the assembly line for our shift. Please make sure you observe the Food Bank’s no-open-toe shoe (no sandals or flip-flops) and no loose clothing policies. Parking: Free in the GBFB lot diagonally across the street (the gate will open as you approach).
To RSVP and for more details click here.
New England native, Seth Meyers, explains Boston’s spurning of the Olympic Games bid on his show Late Night with Seth Meyers to the rest of America, “Come on, Olympics, they [Bostonians] dressed up like Indians because they didn’t like a tax on their tea. Did you think they were going to stand by while you made them pay $20 billion for privilege of having a javelin contest in their town?”
Christopher Columbus Park is showing movies for free on a large screen each Sunday starting at sunset. This week check out Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
Make a night of it by ordering from one of your favorite North End pizzerias and bring it with you to enjoy a movie outside. Below is the calendar of movies for the rest of the season.
Sunday, July 12th – Driving Miss Daisy
Sunday, July 19th – Toy Story
Sunday, July 26th – Shrek 2
Sunday, August 2nd – Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Sunday August 9th – Money Ball
Sunday August 16th – Sabrina
Since so many of you told me how much you liked my blog post last week, Justin and Nick on Instagram, I thought it only made sense to share one of their Instagram for this week’s Scruffy Sunday.
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Last week a new trailer for the forthcoming James Bond movie, SPECTRE, was released. The film which stars Daniel Craig as James Bond and Ralph Fiennes as the new “M” is scheduled to open in the US on November 6, 2015.
Group showers supposedly saves water, but it looks like these guys are having a gay old time and might be spending more than the usual amount of time so it is unclear to me how much water conservation is really going on here.
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Casey At The Bat is a comic strip follows the adventures of a young, gay man and his friends in life, love and sports! Casey At The Bat is the work of the very talented Bob Glasscock who resides in NYC.
You can read back issues and order Casey At The Bat volume 1 from his website, caseyatb.com.