Details here: DOTOUT
Details here: DOTOUT
With Boston Pride Week in full swing it can be tough to focus on any one event. I thought I’d give a shout out to dBar’s Stoplight Party tomorrow, starting at 10PM. My buddy, Gay Jim from KISS 108 FM, will be playing great music all night long.
To put you in the mood, I’ve also included the video dBar shared with me last week from the photo shoot. Have a great evening guys.
dBar has shared their 2014 Pride photo shoot with me. Photographer Kevin Day and stylist Josh Wilmoth looked like they had nearly as much fun as Chris Davis, Alexander Joseph Scott and Joe Andrews had goofing around in Provincetown where the photo shoot took place. Much thanks to dBar for sharing the behind the scenes video.
Not going to the Fenway Men’s Event on Saturday but feeling the urge to get out on the dance floor and Vogue? Do images of Mark Wahlberg as a Calvin Klein model still keep you warm during New England winters? Perhaps you should plan on visiting dBar this Saturday when they host their 90s Dance Party.
Think of me when DJ Jay Ine plays Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch.
Are you staying in Boston tonight? Check out dbar’s 80s night with DJ Jay Ine playing all the 80s classics. I can already hear the extended remix of Madonna’s Get Into The Groove playing. You too can Get Into the Groove at dbar from 10PM – 2AM. More info about tonight’s fun here.
Little known fact about Jay & BosGuy: we attended the same high school up in Manchester, NH and use to hang out in the late 80s.
Looking for something to do later today? Not ready to say good bye to the weekend? Go to dbar for their Harvest Tea Dance from 4 – 8 PM and say hello to my friend Brit, working behind the bar and Jim, who’ll be playing the music.
Mark your calendars and tell your friends that next Sunday is the third annual summer sports tea dance at dbar. The fun starts at 4pm and a $10 suggested cover will help support the local non-profit, Victory Programs.
Sunday, August 25th from 4-8 pm at dBar
Have questions? Never been to one of dBar’s tea dances? Give me a shout and I’ll fill you in – otherwise I hope to see you there.
Just a reminder that this afternoon dBar is hosting their summer tea dance with proceeds going to DotOut. DJ Gay Jim from Kiss 108 will be spinning the Tea Dance tunes. A $10 donation is suggested to benefit local Dorchester charities.
Never been before? Check out pictures from last year’s summer Tea Dance at dbar, here.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their speedos to compete in a bathing suit contest. Yours truly will pass on the contest but is looking forward to stopping by to rub shoulders with friends and acquaintances. If you’ve never been to dbar, use this as an opportunity to check out Dorchester’s only gay bar. The tea dances can get very crowded so arrive early to enjoy all the fun. The crowd tends to be very friendly, but if you don’t know anyone, look for me and introduce yourself. I always enjoy meeting nice guys.
The dbar “Opening Day” tea dance to benefit The Boston Living Center was held yesterday and judging by the size of the crowd it looks like a lot of money was raised to benefit this very worthwhile local non-profit.
The weather was beautiful, Gay Jim from KISS 108 was on hand to play great music, and everyone seemed to be in a fantastic mood (you would have never guessed Monday was just around the corner).
Here are a few photographs from all the fun yesterday afternoon. Thank you to all of you who posed and thank you for supporting The Boston Living Center. To get invitations to future tea dance parties at dbar like their page here.
Looking for dinner plans this weekend? Consider checking out dbar. The Dorchester restaurant and bar has responded to the Chick-Fil-A controversy in a very positive and creative manner. Best of all, a portion of their proceeds this weekend will go to GLAAD’s Speak Out Against Chick-Fil-A campaign.
Last Wednesday was the 4th of July. My partner and I opted to escape the heat of Boston and spend the week in Provincetown. Lucky for us (and half of Boston or so it seemed) Brian Piccini – owner of dBar and DeuxAve – hosted a fantastic party at his house in Provincetown, which has a beautiful view of Provincetown Harbor. Listed below are some photos from his Independence Day bash. Thank you to all those who posed for a picture. And thank you Brian for the invite.
Sunday, June 24th was the DotOUT Tea Dance at dBar in Dorchester. Weather for the 5th Annual Tea Dance could not have been better and that is probably why most everyone who was not dancing spent a good part of the event on dBar’s patio. Keeping with the Price is Right themed Boston float DotOUT had at Boston Pride, the Tea Dance had many props and games associated with the game show.
“Gay Jim” from KISS 108 FM kept everyone dancing all afternoon
Thank you to everyone who was kind enough to pose for a photo and apologies to any that may not have made this post. I’d also like to thank dbar and their staff, all the sponsors and DotOUT for pulling together another wonderful Tea Dance.