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Caption this photo

Please share a caption of your own for this week’s photograph. Hopefully the caption I’ve shared below will inspire you to leave a funny caption in the comment section. If you don’t see it immediately, don’t worry, I’ll approve it for readers to enjoy.

Patty-cake, Patty-cake, Bakers Man, Bake me a cake as fast as you can.

It’s confirmed: Cathedral Station will be closing but when either nobody knows or is willing to say

Tonight’s East Berkeley Neighborhood Association (EBNA) monthly meeting gathered a large crowd. Residents had joined to learn more about the proposed cannabis shop at 1220 Washington Street. Most who were able to join (only 100 were able to join due to Zoom license restrictions) cited concerns other neighborhoods have voiced when cannabis shops have been proposed (traffic, proximity to children, this business won’t add to or enhance the n’hood, etc…) However most were silent on what losing another LGBTQ space means for our community so I asked the lawyer representing the cannabis owners when Cathedral Station will be closing and how we got to this point?

Arthur Leon, who is Cathedral Station’s landlord, was also on the Zoom Meeting and he shared that two years ago the owners declined to sign a new lease. They cited a desire to retire and relocate to Florida. Since that time the establishment has been operating without a lease, and it is that decision that opened the door for new businesses to come and rent the space. Leon did not answer when the owners plan to retire (it’s not clear that he knows) but one thing is for certain – despite comments from the staff, Cathedral Station will be closing.

The images below were shared by Adenike “Nike” John and Frederick “Fred” McCarthy at the EBNA Zoom Meeting – the two individuals behind “The Boston Garden Dispensary” (the dispensary name if approved). The first image confirms the location and the second image is a mock-up of the floorplan for the dispensary.

If you’d like to learn more about the owners and their proposal or hear what concerns were raised by attendees, the EBNA did record the meeting and you can contact them to get the recording on their website at, ebnaboston.org.

Which two pills would you pick for 2023

Hope you are closing out 2022 in style, surrounded by family, friends or someone special.

Enjoy New Year’s Eve and have a wonderful 2023.

Thank you for stopping by and visiting BosGuy.com.

Wishing you a happy & healthy 2023

Leonardo DiCaprio, New Years, toast, champagne

For the second week in a row I am forgoing my java-themed mancandy post, but I promise it will return next week.

Today, I want to say thank you to everyone who came by to check out my little corner of the Internet. I’d like to especially thank those who took time to leave a comment, like, forward or repost content. I always take it as a compliment so thank you.

Looking forward to 2023, I would like to wish all of us a very happy and healthy New Year.

Outdoor ice skating rinks in Boston

Great for a date or fun night out with friends

While I’m no fan of the cold, there are certain activities that I do associate with the winter, my search for the perfect cup of hot chocolate, ordering a hot toddy at my favorite bar, visiting, and outdoor ice skating – which is usually bookended by grabbing a hot chocolate up front and a hot toddy following the misadventure (I’ve never really got the hang of ice skating).

Evenings out visiting one of Boston’s many outdoor skating rinks makes for an ideal date (it really can be quite romantic if you can avoid the screaming children) and is also a lot of fun to do with your friends. Below are a few skating rinks for you to check out this winter.

Boston Common Frog Pond located in the heart of the Boston Common and considered one of the best outdoor, public skating rinks in America, this is an obvious choice. The rink is open til 9PM on weekdays (except for Monday) and 10PM on weekends.

Following a few rounds on the Frog Pond you can walk to any number of places for a beverage. Two suggestions include visiting 75 Chestnut for their spiked hot apple cider or visit Emmets Irish Pub for an Irish hot coffee. Both drinks will warm you up.

Rink @401 Park in the Fenway / Kenmore neighborhood this outdoor rink is smaller but still a lot of fun and considering it is next to the Trillium Brewery Pub and TimeOut Boston market, there are more options for warming bevvies for you to try. This rink is open until 9PM on weekdays, 10PM on Saturdays, and 8PM on Sunday.

In addition to the two great choices I shared above to grab a drink or bite to warm up, I also wanted to give a shout out to Tatte Bakery and Cafe for something on the sweeter side and a delicious hot chocolate.

DCR Kelly Rink is in Jamaica Plain near the Stony Brook T station and is open until 7:30PM each evening. It probably closes a little too early to be a viable date place on the weekdays but can make for a great place to check out on the weekend.

This public skating rink is a 5-10 minute walk to the Sam Adams Brewery. I recommend trying their Winter Lager.

Canal District Rink in Kendall Square (Cambridge) is comparable in size to the Rink @401 Park. The hours vary by day so check ahead. If you work in or near Kendall Square, this is the place to head after work for some laughs with colleagues followed by something to drink.

Similar to the Fenway, there is a Tatte Bakery and Cafe nearby for a hot chocolate and a treat, but if you’re looking for an adult-beverage, walk to Sumaio Hunan Kitchen and order a sake or one of their Baijiu cocktails.

Should you decide to head out for some fun at the rink, don’t forget to bundle up. It is going to be a chilly few months until spring, but have fun.

Caption this photo

I’m shaking things up here this week by asking you to complete the caption I’ve started below…

Mirror, mirror on the wall… (how would you finish this)?

Provincetown’s Snowbound Leather Weekend

MLW, Mates Leather Weekend

Ptown’s Snowbound Weekend is Feb 25 – 27

Are you unfamiliar with SNOWBOUND? It’s an outgrowth of the popular Mates Leather Weekend, which takes place each fall. SNOWBOUND leather weekend has the distinction of being the first gay event of the year for Provincetown, taking place each February. Below is a list of events, but there is more information available about the event and accommodations on the website, matesleatherweekend.com/snowbound.

Would you like to be the face of SNOWBOUND 2022? Send a winter-themed photo of yourself in your leather/fetish gear along with your name, nickname (if preferred), address, phone number and e-mail address before 6:00pm on Friday, Feb. 11th to info@matesleatherweekend.com.

Pictures will be printed and displayed at the Beer Blast at The Watership Inn, SNOWBOUND Brunch, Leather Dance and SNOWBOUND Brunch. Attendees can vote for their favorite photograph with a suggested $10 donation going to ASGCC. The man with the most money raised will be named MR. SNOWBOUND 2022, win a cash prize and have their image used on 2023 promotional material.

Snowbound Schedule

Friday Feb 25th
Beer Blast at the Watership Inn, 6pm to 8pm.
White Out & Cock parties at the Paramount, 9.30pm to 1am.

Saturday Feb 26th
Snowbound brunch at Bayside Betsy’s, 10pm to 1am.
Chaps & Straps at Paramount, 3pm to 7pm
Snowbound Leather & Gear Dance, Atlantic House, 10pm to 1am

Sunday Feb 27th
Snowbound Brunch II at The Crown & Anchor Restaurant, 11am to 1pm.
Hops & Bottoms After Party at Provincetown Brewing Company starts at 1pm.


It’s National Hugging Day

Did you know that January 21st is national hugging day so make sure you give someone a hug, and help me spread the word by sharing this post.

Men in kilts

Here is a Christmas-themed kilts post. I hope you like.

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Provincetown’s Holly Folly weekend

Ptown New Years Eve, Ptown NYE
Holly Folly weekend starts Friday, December 3rd

The annual lighting of Provincetown’s Lobster Pot Tree was last night (Saturday, November 27th) so that means this Friday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 5th is Provincetown’s Holly Folly weekend. This annual event celebrates the holiday season. It is a fun and festive weekend that is equal parts camp and tradition.

This year celebrations include plenty of shopping (after all what is Christmas without retail therapy)? Support these local businesses; many of which will have great sales. In addition, be sure to check out and partake in the Ugly Sweater & Wig Bar Crawl, Drag shows galore, and Annual Jingle Bell Run. All weekend there will be cabaret shows and parties each night.

For a complete listing of events as well as the timing and precise locations, visit the website, ptown.org/calendar/holly-folly.

Happy Thanksgiving

It is Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, and because of the COVID-19 outbreak many families and friends were unable to come together to celebrate this American holiday and tradition last year.

If you happen to be celebrating with family or attending a Friendsgiving, I want to wish you a wonderful time, and for those of you who are traveling I hope you have a safe and stress-free trip.


Happy Thanksgiving

Mayor Michelle Wu sworn into office

Congratulations to Mayor Michelle Wu who was sworn in today as Boston’s Mayor. Wu is Boston’s first female and person of color to be elected mayor of Boston I love that Michelle Wu has consistently chosen to think big and is unapologetically progressive. I wish her much success as Boston’s mayor.

You can call her Mayor Wu.

Pie in the sky: Order your pies today

pie in the sky

For nearly 30 years, years Community Servings has been working with area chefs to bake and sell scrumptuous pies for people to order for Thanksgiving. Dubbed “the World’s Greatest Bake Sale.”

You can pre-order these delicious pies and bring them to your Thanksgiving / Friendsgiving dinners or you can buy and donate the pies back to Community Servings to ensure a family in need can enjoy one of these delicious desserts.

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Canada Day

On this day in 1867 the British North American Act (a.k.a. Constitution Act) was enacted and is now referred to as “Canada Day”. The holiday is celebrated similar to the July 4th holiday in the United States, with parades, family barbecues and fireworks. In 2018, Sergio and I traveled to Montreal, which also (when there isn’t a pandemic) hosts Jazzfest at the same time. I wrote about the trip, here.