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Saturday morning comic: Casey At The Bat

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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.

Sherry Vine and Varla Jean Merman

About two years ago Sherry Vine and Varla Jean Merman sat down to chat for a few minutes on Here TV.  I love these two ladies.  Varla Jean performs each summer in Ptown and is back this summer with her new show, Big Black Hole!  Be sure to check out her show at the Ptown Art House.

DJ Danny Tenaglia helps Boston say goodbye to RISE this weekend with final dance party

Danny Tenaglia at Rise BostonAre you ready to say goodbye to Boston’s only after hours club?  After serving Boston for more than fifteen years, RISE Boston will close.  I can still remember when RISE first opened and even though it has been quite a while since I last visited I feel badly that they are closing.

Cty’s are home to many night owls and Boston is no exception.  Hopefully this isn’t a farewell as much as a goodbye for now.  Rest up on Saturday and take your disco nap late in the afternoon so you can head over to RISE Boston one last time this Saturday night / Sunday morning.

Dinnerfest 2015 is this Sunday

victory programs, blc, boston living centerVictory Programs will hold their annual Dinnerfest fundraiser on Sunday, April 26th from 3-6PM at The Red Lantern Restaurant in Boston in the South End and tickets still remain.

This fundraiser has been going on in Boston for years and helps this organization provide critical services to our community.   With more than 100 packages from Boston’s best restaurants it also provides you with an opportunity to feel good about donating to a worthy charity and getting a chance to bid on dining packages from some of the best restaurants in Boston.  Get your tickets to the event here.

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HayEnjoy this farmer themed mancandy post, which I’m referring to as “Hay” not to be confused with “Hey”.

 

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USA TODAY / Suffolk University poll finds Americans expect marriage equality for all

marriage equalityThe Supreme Court hears arguments next week in a landmark case on gay marriage, but most Americans already have made up their minds and the general consensus is that there’s no turning back according to a nationwide USA TODAY / Suffolk University Poll that was published this past weekend.

Those surveyed say by 51%-35% that it’s no longer practical for the Supreme Court to ban same-sex marriages because so many states have legalized them. One reason for the change in public views on the issue: Close to half say they have a gay or lesbian family member or close friend who is married to someone of the same sex.

USA TODAY published the full findings of their survey which also explores people’s attitudes / opinions on businesses seeking the right to discriminate on who they serve; using the excuse of ‘religious freedom’.  Some of the findings surprised me and some of the findings disappointed me – only reinforcing Signorile’s point in his new book, It’s Not Over.

You can read the full article in USA TODAY, here.