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Call Me By Your Name opens in Boston Dec 22

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Call Me By Your Name opens in Boston, Dec. 22nd

A gay-themed movie that I’ve been raving about lately (read my movie review here) will finally open in Boston on Friday, December 22nd at The Kendall and Loews Theater. The film has been picking up accolades nearly everywhere and I wouldn’t be surprised to see Oscar nominations.

Boston Gay Men’s Movie Group has arranged for a meet up event at the Kendall Cinema to see a matinee showing on Saturday, December 23rd. If you want to learn more visit the meetup page here: Boston Gay Men’s Movie Group.

The story is based on a book by the same name written by by Andre Aciman. If interested you can read my book review here.

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Boston Globe’s scathing article about the Seaport

The Seaport is comprised of approximately 1,000 acres and for most of the second half of the 20th century the land was overlooked and neglected. But for the past 10-15 years Boston’s newest neighborhood has transformed into a second financial district and home for million dollar glass condos.

While everyone is happy to see the city revitalize prime real estate, The Boston Globe’s Spotlight Team took a closer look at the neighborhood and shared some of their findings in this article, A brand new Boston, even whiter than the old. The Spotlight Team found that this neighborhood, is really only for the white and affluent (89% white and only 3% black). The Seaport may as well be a gated community in Alabama for all the racial diversity you’ll find there.

While I understand that developers can make far more money selling $2million condos or building office buildings, The Globe team reminds us that more than $18 billion of public funding was used to transform this land so it seems like Boston should be able to do better in making space for more of its population and creating a neighborhood that is more racially and economically diverse.

The Seaport’s story is still unfolding and there is much more development that will happen over the next decade. I hope that excellent reporting like this article in The Boston Globe will get the attention of Mayor Marty Walsh, our City Council and Massport so they can work to reconcile this and insist on development that will make the Seaport a more diverse neighborhood.

You can read the full article online here: A brand new Boston, even whiter than the old.

Temptation Tuesday

muscles, sexy black man, hunkMuch thanks to my Twitter bud, @LargeTony for this week’s submission.

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Sam Adams tap room opens in JP

Photo from Samuel Adams website

Hey beer lovers, Samuel Adams beautiful brewery has just opened a tap room that will serve beer Monday through Saturday from 11AM to 8PM. And each Wednesday the tap room will host “Flight Night” when Sam Adams brewers will hand select four of their favorite beers from the brewery for you to taste.

The Samuel Adams brewery can be a little off the beaten path for people who visit Boston and the city certainly has no shortage of breweries to enjoy, but I love the historic mill that Samuel Adams calls home. If you love beer it really is worth visiting the brewery in Jamaica Plain. If you’ve never been take a tour then enjoy a few pints in their new tap room.

For more information visit samueladams.com/brewery-and-craft/tap-room.

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You may recognize the Kilted Yogis who you can follow on Twitter @kiltedyogis.

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Dr. Stephen Boswell resigns from Fenway Health over mishandling of sexual harassment complaints

Sexual Harassment, Dr. Stephen Boswell, Dr. Harvey MakadonDr. Stephen Boswell has been the chief executive of Fenway Health since 1997 and under his leadership he has turned Fenway Health into one of the nation’s leading LGBTQ health centers, with a $100 million budget that employs about 500 people and serves 29,500 patients annually.

However, his mishandling of sexual harassment complaints forced Fenway Health’s Board to ask for Dr. Boswell to resign this weekend. In his place M. Jane Powers, Fenway’s director of behavioral health and the only woman in senior management has been appointed as an interim chief, while a search is conducted for a permanent replacement.

Criticism of Boswell’s handling of sexual harassment complaints that centered around Dr. Harvey Makakon came to light recently when it was learned that he did not heed the advice of legal council which recommended firing Dr. Makadon, after conducting a thorough investigation into the allegations made by staff. According to The Boston Globe, Boswell also failed to inform Fenway Health’s Board about the allegations (including a$75,000 settlement). You can read the full story in The Boston Globe here.

What to do this week: December 11-17

There are a lot of events happening through the end of the year and I wanted to remind you that two of Boston’s naughtiest holiday traditions The Slutcracker  and The Gold Dust Orphans holiday show, Whatever Happened to Baby Jesus are still running.

In addition to twisted holiday theater this week Dorchester Brewery hosts their weekly Pizza & Game NightBoston Gay Men’s Book Club meets in the Back Bay and Queens and their Pets (Part 2) returns to Cafeteria Boston.

This weekend at the Kendall Tom of Finland Biopic opens in Boston, the OutRyders head to Cannon Mountain for some fun on the slopes and there are a number of dance parties including Excess: Yule BallBoyfriends and Bears, Cubs and Toys! Oh My Toy Drive

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Hosted by Pamela Manderson on Wednesday from 6-11:30PM at Cafeteria in Boston


Pizza & Game Night is every Monday from 5-9PM (check out their ping pong and foosball tables) at Dorchester Brewery in Dorchester

Boston Gay Men’s Book Club meets to discuss Be Safe by Doug Weaver on Monday at 7PM at Trident Booksellers & Cafe on Newbury Street in Boston

Drag Bingo is every Monday starting at 7PM free to play at Club Cafe in Boston

All Star Mondays: 80s Theme starts at 10PM at Machine in Boston

Bright Lights: Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled w/ Miranda Banks is Tuesday at 7PM at the Bright Family Screening Room at the Paramount in Boston

Showtune Tuesday hosted by VJ Ryan Grow starts at 9PM every Tuesday at dbar in Dorchester

Karaoke Night starts at 10PM every Tuesday at Jacques in Boston

Stump Trivia with Jonathan Brett is guaranteed fun and has lots of prizes (trivia starts at 8PM) hosted every Tuesday at Club Cafe in Boston

The History Project’s 2017 Holiday Party starts at 6PM at Cathedral Station on Wednesday in Boston

Queens and their Pets (Part 2) hosted by Pamela Manderson on Wednesday from 6-11:30PM at Cafeteria in Boston

B-Movies & Burgers: Spaceballs The Friendly Toast in Kendall Square hosts this fun event starting at 7PM in Cambridge

Atomic Karaoke with DJ Stevie Psyclone & Jonathan Brett is every Wednesday at Club Cafe in Boston

Queer Boston Board Gamers is meeting on Thursday from 6-9PM at the Panera Bread at Porter Square in Cambridge

Bear Trivia Night is at 8PM every Thursday at The Alley Bar in DTX Boston

Karaoke Thursdays is every Thursday at Machine with your hosts Rob Botelho and Emphysema Menthol 100s in Boston

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OutRyders go to Cannon Mountain Saturday for fun on the slopes in NH


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

Tom of Finland – Boston Release will be showing starting Friday at The Kendall Cinema in Cambridge

BELIEVE! Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Holiday Concert performances run through the weekend at Jordan Hall in Boston

Ugly X-mas Sweater Contest & Christmas Queens Tickets starts at 9PM with music by DJ Begbick at The Alley Bar on Friday night in Boston

Excess: Yule Ball is a club night for Boston’s pan-alt scene (Goths / Burners / Fetishists / Queers / Spinners) starting at 9PM at Excess in Somerville

Boyfriends is a monthly dance party with music from DJ Brent Covington at the Milky Way Lounge on Friday starting at 10PM in Jamaica Plain

OutRyders head to Cannon Mountain Boston’s LGBTQ ski & snowboard club heads north Saturday for fun on the slopes from 8AM – 4PM in NH

Bears, Cubs and Toys! Oh My Toy Drive is presented by Mass Bears and Cubs at the Alley Bar on Saturday night starting at 9PM on Saturday in Boston

Saga Saturdays Boston’s biggest gay dance party at Paradise in Cambridge

Sunday Tea Dance never has a cover and always has great music from 70s 80s & 90s, starting at 6PM no cover every Sunday at Club Cafe in Boston

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

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.