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BAGLY 36th anniversary party, Wednesday, July 27

BAGLYLater this week BAGLY – Boston Alliance for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth – will celebrate their 36th anniversary.

Join them from 6:00 – 9:00 PM on Wednesday, July 27th for complimentary food and cake. There will also be a short video sharing the history of this first of it’s kind gay youth support group and non-profit based here in Boston.

You can find out more about the anniversary celebration from their Facebook event page, BAGLY Anniversary Party!

Riptide fundraiser at Mainestreet in OGT Saturday, July 31

Riptide OGT 2016Are you heading to Ogunquit next Saturday? Help support Riptide when they host their annual fundraiser and BBQ at Mainestreet in Ogunquit on Saturday, July 30th. Proceeds raised will go to their team and be used for equipment purchases and tournaments. All the fun starts at 4PM next Saturday.

Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival

Revere BeachNo plans today? Hop on the Blue Line and head over to Revere Beach for the annual Sand Sculpting Festival that brings artists from all over the world to compete in solo and duo master sculpting competitions. The festival started on Friday and these massive sand sculptures are now on display for you to enjoy.

For more information visit their website reverebeachpartnership.com.

Scruffy Sunday

Scruffy Sunday soloRemember this guy? Couldn’t help myself and wanted to re post the photo again.

Previous Scruffy Sunday Posts

Steinert Hall: 19th century theater closed for 72 years could reopen in Boston

steinert theaterIn May 2015 I wrote that the abandoned, subterranean Steinert Hall, that has been closed to the public since 1942, may reopen in my post, Abandoned Steinert Theater may be renovated. Earlier this month The Boston Globe confirmed that will likely happen now in their article, Silent for decades, underground theater set to be revived.

The 650 seat Steinert Hall first opened in 1896 and was famous for its impeccable acoustics but was forced to close soon after Boston’s tragic Coconut Grove fire in 1942.  The new building owner confirms plans to revive Steinert Hall, underground theater on Boston Common some 70+ years later with the hope of reopening it to the public.

If Steinert Hall is returned to its former glory and opens to the public it would join 9 other theater houses in Boston’s Theater District including:

Boston Opera House
Colonial Theater 
Charles Playhouse
Cutler Majestic Theatre
Modern Theatre at Suffolk
Paramount Theater
Shubert Theatre
Wang Center of Performing Arts
Wilbur Theatre

Manhunt pool party today 2PM – 6PM

Manhunt Bubbles Pool Party 6.15 hot tub boysJoin the Boston Blizzard Softball team and friends at the Manhunt Mansion Pool Party from 2PM – 6PM today.  Tickets are $25.00 at the door and include a catered BBQ, open bar with beer & wine and plenty of great music from Boston DJ Begbick.  For more details visit their Facebook event page here.

Men and their coffee

Saturday morning coffee for twoCoffee for two in bed seems like a great way to start your day. – Unknown