Boy Culture was originally released in the US in 2006
Earlier this week a friend and fellow blogger, Matthew Rettenmund, released a video promoting a new six-part series to boyculture.
Ten years later, the story picks up where it left off and will be told through six 15-minute stories, creating a feature-length, 90-minute story. Check out this video featuring Matthew (author) and Allan Brocka (director). If you like what you see you can learn more by visiting their kickstarter page: boyculture: the series.
I routinely publish volunteering opportunities from the Boston Chapter of Gay for Good. but recently realized it had been several months since I last gave this group a shout out. G4G, as I like to refer to them, may be the perfect option for you if you’re looking to meet people or would like to volunteer but cannot commit to a particular charity. Each month, Gay For Good Boston selects a different non-profit to donate time for a community service project and they arrange all the logistics. There is no money required and anyone willing to give their time and energy are welcome, but note that most opportunities fill quickly.
Save the date for these upcoming volunteering projects by G4G:
- Monday, August 21 – Boston Living Center
- Saturday, September 9 – Emerald Necklace
- Saturday, September 16 – Boston Harbor Islands
- Saturday, October 14 – Boston Harbor Islands
If this sounds like a group you would like to learn more about, I encourage you to link here to join the organization. You will receive regular notifications about upcoming volunteering opportunities.
Join Gay for Good Boston
To learn more, e-mail them at email@example.com.
One of Sergio’s favorite movies is the 1982 science fiction thriller Blade Runner. This October (thirty-five years later) Blade Runner 2049 will come to movie theaters. The new movie will include Harrison Ford who starred in the original film as well as Ryan Gosling and a host of other stars.
Below is a new movie trailer that was released yesterday on YouTube:Blade Runner 2049: Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.
Will you go see Blade Runner 2049?
Are you bummed that tomorrow is Monday and you’ll have to go back to work? Tomorrow The Coolidge Theater will be showing one of the best spoofs ever made (IMHO), The Princess Bride.
The Princess Bride
The Coolidge Corner Theater
Monday, July 10th at 7PM
More Info Here
“My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die!”
For those who may not be familiar with this 1980s Rob Reiner film, check out this ‘Honest Trailer’ of The Princess Bride.
Have you heard? One of the most talked about exhibits in the U.S. opened at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston last month. The show, “Botticelli and the Search for the Divine,” opened in April and showcases valuable works from the Italian Renaissance master’s catalog, including a life-size “Venus” painting being displayed in America for the first time.
Botticelli and the Search for the Divine
April 15 – July 9, 2017
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
The exhibition at the MFA features 24 paintings on loan from Italian museums, including the famous Uffizi Gallery in Florence as well as a painting from the MFA’s permanent collection, and two on loan from the Harvard and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museums. The exhibit runs through July 9, 2017.
This coming weekend, Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7 be sure to check out the annual SoWa Art Walk from 11:00AM to 5:00PM both days. The art walk will coincide with the SoWa Open, Vintage and Food Market which is now also open both Saturday and Sunday.
The SoWa Art Walk is really an amazing and fun way to spend a few hours of your day perusing art in a variety of mediums and includes hundreds of local artists and artisans (many in their studios located at 450, 460 and 600 Harrison Avenue, 35, 49 and 59 Wareham Street and 46 Waltham Street).
The Boston Public Health Commission, Mayor’s Office of Recovery Services, Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, and Boston Art Commission have issued a call to artists to submit conceptual designs for consideration for a temporary public artwork on the Finland Building at 774 Albany Street Boston, MA 02118.
Call released: Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Deadline: 12:00 pm Tuesday May 9, 2017
For more information about the opportunity visit here.