Boston’s gay flag football is back with another fun and carefree that appears to be mostly taken in and around where I live in the South End. The video includes views from around Boston, dancing, and plenty of shirtless guys having fun.
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Friday, November 27th – the day after Thanksgiving – Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker opens at Boston’s Opera House. A few years ago Mikko Nissinen and the Boston Ballet updated their production of the classic tale set to the beautiful music of Tchaikovsky. This is a classic holiday tradition that I highly recommend. Tickets are very affordable, starting at $35 and performances run through December 31st. Check out the video below of the Boston Ballet’s Snow Scene – like you’ve never seen it before – from The Nutcracker.
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Will & Grace and Thanksgiving will be showing episodes at Club Cafe to get you in the holiday spirit starting at 7pm on Tuesday, November 24 in Boston
Thanksgiving Eve at Icon will have 2 DJs playing music at the bar formerly known as Rumor – doors open at 10PM on Wednesday, November 25 in Boston
Boston Ballet The Nutcracker opens later this week so be sure to check out the production starting Friday, November 27 in Boston
Fascination Fridays is Boston’s gear / kink / fetish party at Jacques Underground – doors open at 9PM on Friday, November 27 in Boston
Swet Studio Workout for Men South End Swet Studio invites guys to this men-only full body workout at 12PM on Saturday, November 28 in Boston
Don’t Ask Don’t Tell has a masquerade theme this month at their party at Great Scott on Saturday, November 28 in Boston
Back To Basics Tea Dance takes place each week at Club Cafe starting at 5PM on Sunday, November 29 in Boston
I’ve started posting a weekly listing of upcoming activities. Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.
The South End has an eclectic mix of retail space and nowhere is that more evident than at 460 Harrison Avenue along the pedestrian walkway, Thayer Street. Cate McQuaid from The Boston Globe wrote a great article talking about the 21 new galleries that opened last month, but her article only tells part of the story because joining these new galleries are 90 artist studios and 40 boutiques.
While Newbury Street has more shops, even Back Bay’s pride and joy can’t rival the South End’s 460 Harrison Avenue and Thayer Street for those looking for unique gift items or those who want to support local businesses. Not a single retail chain can be found here and many of the products sold are unique expressions from the local arts community – meaning your purchases go back into this community – not a corporate headquarters based somewhere far away.
As we approach the holiday season, I’d like to offer a plug for these new galleries, boutiques and artist studios. Shop here first. You may be surprised by the quality and variety. It’s like nothing you’ve seen at any shopping mall.
Tickets are now on sale for Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Ho Ho Ho holiday concert, which includes traditional carols and the world premiere of Forbidden Holiday, a revue of sassy send-ups of seasonal standards from the creator of the Off-Broadway sensation Forbidden Broadway.
The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Ho Ho Ho holiday concert will take place in the Fenway at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall on Dec. 13th, 19th, 20th & 21st. You can get your tickets from the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus website.