Have you seen Diesel’s new ad campaign, Make Love Not Walls? The campaign launched on Valentine’s Day is all about tearing down the mental and physical walls that separate us so we can come together in the name of unity and love. Much thanks to Sergio for sharing this with me.
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What to do this week: February 20th – 26th
Drag Bingo is every Monday starting at 7PM free to play at Club Cafe in Boston
Beantown Soft-Tip Dart league spring season is every Monday at Cathedral Station in Boston
Taco Tuesday is a free for all – first come, first serve – hosted every Tuesday at Tremont 647 in Boston
Karaoke Night starts at 10PM every Tuesday at Jacques in Boston
Showtune Tuesday hosted by VJ Ryan Grow starts at 9PM every Tuesday at dbar in Dorchester
Dragged Into The Woods musical will be performed at Club Cafe from Tuesday thru Thursday, February 21-23 in Boston
Opus Affair fun, monthly cocktail party starts at 6PM at Pagu in Cambridge
Geek Trivia is guaranteed fun and has lots of prizes (trivia starts at 8PM) hosted every Tuesday at Club Cafe in Boston
November Project: Stair workout at Harvard takes place at the Harvard Stadium from 6:30-7:30AM every Wednesday in Boston
DotOUT Midweek Meltdown takes place at The Harp + Bard Restaurant on Wednesday, February 22 starting at 6:30PM in Dorchester
ICA Boston every Thursday from 5PM – 9PM admission is free to the public
Artifact Opening Night from the Boston Ballet is going to be amazing but it only runs through March 5 so get your tickets now at Opera House in Boston
Karaoke Thursdays is every Thursday at Machine with Rob Botelho and Emphysema Menthol 100s in Boston
Detention Thursdays! is hosted every Thursday starting at 9PM with shows at 10:30 & 11:45PM – No Cover – at EGO in Providence
Thump! Thursday is hosted every Thursday starting at 10PM at Peggy O’Neil’s in Dorchester
Snowbound Leather weekend runs from Friday thru Sunday, February 24-26 in Provincetown
Snowbound Cock Party at the Crown & Anchor with DJ Chris Racine starts at 9PM in Provincetown
Queer Inclusive Climbing Klub (QuICK) Pizza night and climbing club at Brooklyn Boulders on Friday, February 17 in Somerville
Billiards Tournament is hosted each Friday starting at 7PM at Mainestreet in Ogunquit
Controversy is a weekly LGBT Hip-Hop & Reggae party starting at 10PM upstairs at Machine with DJs Begbick & FrenchY in Boston
Twerk Fridays at is an 18+ night at Ego in Providence
The Coolidge After Midnight: Blade shows at The Coolidge Theater starting at 11:59PM on Friday in Brookline
LGBTQ Conference at Harvard is all day Saturday, February from 9AM – 8PM come and participate and join the discussions in Cambridge
Snowbound Leather Party is at the A-House on Saturday in Provincetown
UNITE Saturdays is the weekly dance party every Saturday that starts at 10PM at Club Cafe with DJ Susan Esthera in Boston
Dont Ask Dont Tell monthly gay party theme is #Resist – all the fun is on Saturday starting at 10PM at Great Scott in Allston
So Hot Saturdaes has a Toga Party theme this week so grab your bedsheets and make yourself a toga then head over to Peggy O’Neil’s in Dorchester
Saga Saturdays Boston’s biggest gay dance party hosts DJ John Rizzo on Saturday, Febraury 25 is at Paradise in Cambridge
The Coolidge After Midnight: Don’t Knock Twice shows at The Coolidge starting at 11:59PM on Saturday in Brookline
Public Body: Club Circuit with Chad Flahive comes to Club Cafe on Sunday morning starting at 10:15AM in Boston
Back 2 Basics Tea Dance never has a cover and always has great music from 70s 80s & 90s, starting at 5PM no cover every Sunday at Club Cafe in Boston
Pajama Party is a weekly dance party hosted every Sunday starting at 10PM at Machine in Boston
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GDP alone does not offer a complete picture of a country’s performance. The well-being of citizens is an important measure too. With that in mind, the professional services firm, BCG, ranked each of the 50 states, and the New England region out performed the rest of the country. Three of the top five states come from New England with Massachusetts achieving the best overall rating followed by New Hampshire (second best) and Vermont (fourth best).
Massachusetts, the number one state overall, was ranked 1st in investments, 11th in economics, and 19th in sustainability, but the state does have challenges. The report cited: an aging population, high cost of living and a school achievement gap between white and black students as areas to focus on for improvement.
In addition to the state’s investments, Massachusetts received high marks for:
Health: The state has the best access to primary care; lowest infant mortality rate in the nation; the third lowest obesity rate; and fifth highest life-expectancy.
Education: MA ranked high in education, pre-school enrollment and has the highest proportion of people with college degrees in the country.
Economics: MA ranked 11th overall, with the third-highest GDP per capita; third-lowest poverty rate among the most populous states; and low unemployment, which currently stands at 2.8% (nationally the rate is 4.8%).
You can read more about this from the article in The Boston Globe here.
It is opening night at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) for the Tennessee Williams play, The Night of the Iguana. The stage play premiered on Broadway in 1961 and was an Academy Award winning film in 1964 directed by John Huston, starring Richard Burton, Ava Garnder and Deborah Kerr.
For this production the A.R.T. has pulled out some big name actors. The show is directed by Michael Wilson and the cast includes: James Earl Jones, Bill Heck, Dana Delany, Amanda Plummer, Elizabeth Ashley and Remo Airaldi.
Williams drama shows us how far people are willing to go to outrun their demons. The 1961 drama takes place on the edge of the Mexican jungle with a group of troubled travelers seeking shelter from a storm. It revolves around a hotel proprietress and a scandal-soaked Southern preacher, a Nantucket portrait artist traveling with her grandfather, a bus full of fuming Texan college administrators, and vacationers. I can’t wait to see this show.
The Night of The Iguana
at the A.R.T. in Harvard Square
Runs from: February 18 – March 18, 2017