This weekend Red Bull hosted their Flugtag competition in Boston. Earlier this spring a call went out encouraging people to create homemade flying machines. Red Bull Flugtag has been around for 25 years, but this was the first time it has been hosted in Boston.
Thirty teams participated, jumping from a 22-foot platform into the Charles River. Did you miss the fun or just want to relive it? Check out this two minute highlight clip courtesy of NESN.
For those of you who are not familiar with Provincetown’s annual Carnival Week, I’ve reposted a video of images from last year’s celebration. The 2015 theme was Candy Land. This year’s theme of Back to the 80s will hopefully live up to all the crazy and creative outfits from last year. Either way Sergio and I will be there snapping photos. Thank you in advance for posing for us.
Do you plan on taking pictures? I would potentially like to include some of your favorite photos and will credit you on my blog. Let me know if you are interested by emailing me at email@example.com.
Note that if you are in an office or around children there is a fair amount of swearing, but this is absolutely hilarious and I thought worth sharing.
FREDDIE FOR A DAY
Boston joins cities all over the world to celebrate the life, memory and music of Freddie Mercury with “Freddie For A Day”. In addition to celebrating Mercury’s music contributions the evening brings people together to help raise awareness and funds for the Mercury Phoenix Trust – fighting AIDS worldwide.
Boston’s “Freddie For A Day” celebration takes place at the Oberon Theater on Wednesday night. Three local bands will pay tribute to and perform Queen songs while a silk aerialist dressed as Freddie Mercury performs overhead.
A raffle and costume contest will also be held so come down to The Oberon in Cambridge and enjoy an evening of great music. Tickets on sale now through OBERON for $20 and limited half priced tickets on sale through Bostix.
Tickets to Freddie Mercury Tribute
Bruce Weber has created a sexually charged video for Versace’s Dylan Blue Pour Homme like only he can. The campaign, stars Gigi Hadid and Trevor Signorino. Gigi is joined by six male models wrestling, fight club style, as well as a same sex kiss or two, using the ‘mean streets’ of NYC as a backdrop.
Weber also shows off Trevor (shown above) selling ice cream on the beach of the Jersey Shore. Watching the film I could hear Cazwell’s club hit Meet Me At The Ice Cream Truck. Like what you see? Look for more to come because word is that Bruce Weber has also shot the Autumn Winter campaign for Dylan Blue.
Loving this Instagram clip from M Street Beach this past weekend. I couldn’t seem to post the video successfully so you can link here to see it.
In case you missed it, each Saturday a lot of guys are spending their Saturdays near the midpoint of M Street Beach. Between the throngs of bros and the women they are vainly trying to impress is a sea of gays that is most easily found by following the disco music.
Sound like fun? Read more about Saturdays at M Street Beach, Boston.