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Boston Spirit Magazine: Networking Night

Spirit Magazine Networking NightI’ve previously written about this event, which an opportunity to socialize and network if you are contemplating a job change or actively looking for work.  For first time participants, I suggest focusing your networking on the actual attendees who represent nearly every industry. While the booths are staffed with people happy to talk about hiring at their firms, it is really the attendees whom you need to introduce yourself, but none of that will be possible if you don’t first register.  The past two years this event has filled to capacity so RSVP.

Register for Boston Spirit Magazine Networking Night – April 17th

Motley South End closes

Motley has a new websiteMotley has long been one of my favorite shops in the South End but sadly this past week they closed their doors.  The owners left a heartfelt message on their Facebook page here.

Although Motley was much more than a t-shirt shop, over the years I posted a number of purchases – Motley always sold some of the best t-shirts anywhere in the city.  Here are a few of my favorites.

Motley tshirt

Motley t-shirt

Motley t-shirt

Enjoy a family friendly St. Patrick’s Day parade


St. Patrick's Day Parade Boston

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus presents Sons & Daughters

Boston Gay Men's Chorus

Credit: Boston Gay Men’s Chorus

The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates all things family with two shows later this month, March 22 – 23, 2014 at Jordan Hall in the Fenway.

Inspired by Massachusetts upcoming 10-year anniversary, legalizing marriages of same-sex couples, Boston’s Gay Men’s Chorus music Director, Rueben Reynolds has created, Sons & Daughters, which is a celebration of families.  The Rainbow Times has written more about the upcoming show here

Purchase your BGMC tickets here

White homos are taking black women’s men

james david manningNormally I don’t post content like this but with the tide of public opinion and finally a supportive government (thank you President Obama), these rants no longer terrify me; James David Manning and his rants are now anachronistic.  Between his rant against President Obama who is apparently destroying the black American family and his praise for African leaders who would like to kill homosexuals, Mr. Manning, Chief Pastor for ATLAH Worldwide Ministry Church in Harlem says this:

Now the white homo is now moving into black neighborhoods, looking for black men that have been converted into homosexuality.  But black women, let me say something to you. You will have a very hard time competing against a white homosexual male.   He usually has money. A white homo usually has an American Express card.  He usually has an opportunity at the theater – homos love the theater, they love to go out to dinner parties. They love that kind of a thing and as a black woman you can’t compete. 

Thanks for sharing this with me Lady High Heels.

Boston’s next gay bar: The Cathedral Place

Fritz BostonRumor has it that today the owners of The Cathedral Place (a.k.a the “new Fritz”) will be getting keys to the The Red Fez in Boston’s South End at 1222 Washington Street.

Since the naming rights for Fritz reside with different owners, the new space cannot be called Fritz, but I was told most of the staff from that bar which we mustn’t mention will help open The Cathedral Place.  The 300-person capacity, 40 car parking lot, outdoor patio and entertainment license that all come with the space make 1222 Washington Street a very appealing location.  Should the stars align, one can (I’m crossing my fingers as I type this) expect a new gay bar to open deep in Boston’s South End.

Support for marriage equality hits an all-time high

same sex marriageLast week ABC News and The Washington Post released findings from a marriage equality poll. The findings show that support for marriage equality is at an all time high with 59% of those surveyed indicating their support; up from just 32% in 2004 when Massachusetts first legalized same-sex marriage.  

Marriage equality poll in AmericaMore interestingly those opposing marriage equality has dropped by 13% in the past two years. The poll also found that 81% of respondents oppose allowing businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians.  You can see the results of the poll’s 8 question survey here.

Shower time

handsome hunkGet up and enjoy the day.  Today Boston will actually hit 50 degrees.

80s themed Back2Basics Tea Dance on Sunday

Back2Basics Tea Dance at Club CafeNo plans on Sunday afternoon? You may want to talk to your buddies this weekend and check out this Sunday’s Back2Basics Tea Dance at Club Cafe which will be spinning 80s classics from 5 pm to 10 pm.

St. Patrick’s Day parade organizer cheered for banning “the gays”

Boston St. Patrick's Day ParadeDid you read the Boston Herald this morning? Most likely not, so you likely missed this gem from John “Wacko” Hurley.

Parade organizer John “Wacko” Hurley said…”there’s no way, shape or form that they’re (MassEquality) going to get back in…I went into a bar and got a beer today, and I got more cheers than I ever got in my life…” More here.

Talk about hump day

Saturday handsome hunkI couldn’t help but post this photo after I saw it here.

The gay agenda

The Gay AgendaAren’t we a salacious bunch.

Disney to end funding of Boy Scouts of America

boy scouts of America Last week The Walt Disney Company gave notice to the Boy Scouts of America that it will pull all funding to the group starting in 2015 because of their membership policy that bans gay leaders.

Scouts for Equality, which says it works to end discrimination within the BSA, praised Walt Disney World for ending local support for the BSA’s Central Florida Council. Disney now joins Alcoa, AT&T, Lockheed Martin, Caterpillar, Major League Soccer, Merck, Intel and UPS as companies who have ended partnerships with the Scouts because of their policy banning gay leaders.

Full story here.

The Trophy Room

FritzThe Trophy Room (a.k.a. The Old Fritz) has a Facebook page that you may want to check out and like if you’re into that sort of thing.  The owners of The Chandler Inn will be reopening a newly remodeled space that will operate as a bar and restaurant in the near future.  That new space will be called The Trophy Room. Currently their Facebook page alludes to a spring opening and shares artist renderings of the design and decor you can expect to see when they open for business.

Stay tuned…