Category Archives: Gay
Have you checked out this year’s HUB Week at Government Center; if not stop by before it closes on the 14th. Another festival worthy of a shout out is Boston’s 8th Annual Book Festival in Copley Square on Saturday.
On Friday you can join Guy Social Club who are hosting a Dinner & Movie: Bad Times at the El Royale. If you like to scare yourself, check out the Coolidge Theater’s After Midnite series, which takes place on Friday and Saturday nights starting at 11:59PM with The Exorcist (Director’s Cut) and SCREAM showing respectively.
HUB Week is at Government Center from the 8th – 14th and is worth checking out – this festival brings together thought leaders from the arts, technology and science and transforms City Hall Plaza
Brokelahomo is back for two shows only before the show heads to NYC this fall – if you missed its opening run in Boston or this past summer in Provincetown this is your last chance to see it in New England
Dinner & Movie: Bad Times at the El Royale Guy Social Boston (a gay men’s social group open to all) is organizing dinner and a movie at AMC South Bay Center 12 – click on the link for more details in Boston
Queer Inclusive Climbing Klub (QuICK) Pizza night and climbing club at Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville
Astronomy After Hours (free)is every Friday through October 26th (weather permitting) at the Gilliland Observatory on the roof of the Museum of Science
FUZZ is a monthly gay dance party hosted the second Friday of each month with DJ Brent Covington and DJ Taffy at the Alley in Boston
Casual Fridays is a weekly dance party with no cover featuring DJ Begbick at the Alley Bar in DTX
XO Friday is the weekly dance party hosted by DJ Stevie Psyclone (no cover before 11PM) at Club Cafe every Friday
MOVIE: The Exorcist (Director’s Cut) is playing at the Coolidge Theater on Friday starting at 11:59PM in Brookline
Boston Book Festival takes place in Copley Square on Saturday from 10AM – 7:30PM in Boston
8th Annual Drag Gospel Fest starts Saturday from 6-9PM and continues Sunday from 10AM-2PM at Club Cafe in Boston
Silver at BLEND takes place the second Saturday of every month – this is a dance party for mature audiences and the men who like them – doors open at 10PM at Blend (formerly Peggy’s) in Dorchester
Bubbles and Bananas Dance Party is at dbar on Saturday staring at 10PM in Dorchester
Video Night Tracks every Saturday night join VJ Ryan Grow at Cathedral Station starting at 9:30PM
The Donkey Show is the ultimate disco experience is a story inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream each Saturday at Club Oberon in Cambridge.
Mr. Boston Bear & Cub 2019 Competition starts at 9PM on Saturday night at the Alley in Boston
UNITE Saturdays is a weekly dance party at Club Cafe with DJ Susan Esthera (no cover before 11PM) in Boston
MOVIE: SCREAM as part of the Coolidge after Midnite program check out this classic horror starting at Midnight at the Coolidge Theater in Brookline
SoWa Open Market SoWa Open Market is now open every Sunday from 10AM – 4PM through the end of October in Boston
Sunday Tea Dance never has a cover and always has great music from 70s 80s & 90s, starting at 6PM no cover every Sunday at Club Cafe in Boston
Gay Beer Club Social starts at 7PM at Stoddards in DTX – all are welcome so come out and introduce yourself
Karaoke at the Alley is every Sunday starting at 8PM in Boston
Pajama Party is a weekly dance party hosted every Sunday starting at 10PM at Machine in Boston
Hot Mess Sundays at Candibar in the Theater District is every Sunday starting at 10PM in Boston
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I have no idea what was the motivation / inspiration behind the 1980 pop music hit I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross, but I can’t think of a more appropriate song. The lyrics, intent and emotion match exactly how I felt after I came out and make it the perfect song to share on National Coming Out Day.
I can’t help but think if we were contemporaries, I would’ve enjoyed knowing these two men. Rarely are vintage gay photographs so provocative.
I dedicate this weekly post, featuring vintage gay photographs, to the men and women who lived in a more critical time where being true to yourself and loving who you want wasn’t always an option and came at a great price. Do you have a photo you would like to share? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sergio and I had friends over this past weekend and after a few glasses of wine had been poured, we started having fun with Instagram. And this was the end result. Looking through the photos the following day, I started to arrange them as shown above, and I couldn’t help but think this could make for a funny modern day reboot of the Brady Bunch.