Scruffy Sunday

I wonder what app he is looking at on his phone.

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Saturday morning coffee

handsome man, hunk, shirtless manThis week you get served your morning cup of coffee with tattoos.

Saturday morning comics

ADAM & ANDY is set in the fictional New England town of Woodfield, CT. You can learn more about Adam and Andy and purchase a copy of “the definitive collection of Adam and Andy” by visiting,

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Furry Friday

handsome, hairy, black manThis week’s post has that cute neighbor appeal. Now I just need to find out who he is and have him move next door so we can live happily ever after.

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BosGuy brain teaser

riddle, exercise for your brain

Each Friday morning I post a riddle to get you to think outside the box and exercise your brain. If you are stumped, share it with a friend or colleague and see if you can figure out the answer together.

This week’s brain teaser: What can you catch but never throw?

Leave your best guess below as a comment, and I’ll approve the answers later. This is a tough one so don’t get discouraged!

Like riddles? Check out past week’s brain teasers.

What to do this weekend

Here are 25+ parties, events and activities to consider this weekend in and around Boston. Make plans with friends and enjoy the long holiday weekend for all of you who have MLK day off.


Queer Inclusive Climbing Klub (QuICK) Pizza night and climbing club at Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville

The Diva’s Experience is at the Museum of Science each Friday at 7:30PM at the Hayden Planetarium – tix required and strongly encouraged to purchase in advance – showtime is approximately 40 minutes

Casual Fridays is a weekly dance party with no cover featuring DJ Begbick at the Alley Bar in DTX

SWEAT: Leather Daddy Night with DJ James Cerne & offAxis Adam Fearing Leather, Rubber, Fetish, Pup Gear encouraged but not required. Come and be yourself! Pop Up Demos TBA at Machine on Friday starting at 10PM

HEROES Ashes To Ashes Tribute to Bowie with DJ Chris Ewen is this Friday at Sonia in Central Square on Friday in Central Square

Groove Fridays plays disco (new and old,) house, remixes, and more- all with video and amazing visualizers with DJ Brian Derrick every third Friday at blend in Dorchester

Anthem Fridays is the weekly dance party hosted by DJ Stevie Psyclone (no cover before 11PM) at Club Cafe every Friday


Drag Queen Story Hour is every third Saturday in the children’s section from 11AM – 12PM at the Trident Bookseller’s & Cafe in Boston

Saturday afternoon Sips with a Somm is this Saturday at 4PM at Boston Chops (South End) with beverage director and Advanced Sommelier Nick Daddona will include Vino Italiano, The Rhone Rangers, ABC’s of France, Winter Warmers, and American Cabernet – tickets req’d in South End

Queer Board Game Night is at 6PM at the Trident Booksellers & Cafe on Newbury Street in Boston

Mayhem Saturdays with DJ AGA is this weekend so bring your friends for a fun night out with great music and no cover at blend in Dorchester

Video Night Tracks every Saturday night join VJ Ryan Grow at Cathedral Station starting at 9:30PM

GAY BASH’D returns to the Oberon this Saturday with everyone’s favorite DJ Colby Drasher – click for full line up of performers – doors open at 10PM

Legacy Saturday Nights come down and dance to music from Alex Costa starting at 10PM in the Theater District

Grunt is a weekly dance party with no cover for burly men and their admirers, starting at 10PM at the Alley Bar in DTX

UNITE Saturdays is a weekly dance party at Club Cafe with DJ Susan Esthera (no cover before 11PM) in Boston

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SoWa Vintage Market continues to run every Sunday from 10AM to 4PM at 450 Harrison Avenue in the South End

Mass Bears & Cubs social is this Sunday from 2-5PM at blend in Dorchester

Bear Tea Dance (Hanky Code) hosted by The History Project with great music from DJ BEGBICK starts at 5PM on Sunday at Club Cafe in Boston

SIP presents Come Together (NEW LOCATION) returns this Sunday with DJ Brian Halligan at The Good Life in downtown starting at 6PM in Boston

Naked Yoga for Men meets in the Boston area most Sundays at 6:30 PM (note that classes fill in advance and you must pre-register with the group)

Gay Beer Club Sundays is at Stoddard’s in DTX, starting at 7PM – all welcome

PRIVATE LIFE (New Gay Night) dancing, drag and dinner at Shore Leave in SoWa with James Cerne and Char starting at 8PM

Karaoke at the Alley is every Sunday starting at 8PM in Boston

DREAM with Ralphi Rosario presented by The Gay Mafia is at Royale on Sunday of MLK weekend in the Theater District

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

Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.

The Cake: I ate up this play and so will you

Last week I wrote a post about Boston Lyric Stage latest production, The Cake, and after seeing the show, I wanted to encourage you to get tickets to see if for yourself, but if you need further reason, read The Boston Globe’s review, Humor and humanity are the icing on The Cake.

The Cake uses humor to address a subject that has been grabbing headlines for years. Despite the fact that we’ve all heard more than we probably care about individuals using religion as an excuse to deny service to LGBTQ community, to watch the drama unfold on stage is more compelling than you might think and thanks to the excellent script and solid cast quite funny to watch as well.

I found it very hard to dislike Della, a traditional Southern baker who has a crisis of conscience when her deceased best friend’s daughter, Jen asks her to make her dream wedding cake for her and her future wife. Della is not unlike many millions of Americans who fail to see the hypocrisy in their selective interpretations of The Bible which on one hand condemn homosexuality and in the next condemn people who eat shellfish, pork, etc…  But her love for Jen (or Jenny as she calls her) compels her to reexamine some of her long held beliefs.

Make plans with a friend or another couple and get tickets before it closes on February 9th. Like me, I’m sure that after you see the show, you’ll never look at a pile of mashed potatoes quite the same way again.

The Cake
January 10 – February 9, 2020
Click here for more information or to buy tickets