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MASSBEARZ hosted their annual Mr. Boston Bear this past weekend at The Alley Bar in Downtown Crossing and Michael Cody walked away with the title. Congratulations to all who entered and everyone who attended. Photos from the contest are on The Alley’s Facebook page here.
If you would like to learn more about MASSBEARZ, visit their website at massbearz.com.
King Cobra which comes out next month is based on the early rise of gay porn headliner Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan. The movie trailer has just become available so I’ve posted it below to share.
According to its IMDB page the movie is about “Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan before his falling out with the producer, Stephen, played by Christian Slater who made him famous. When Sean decides he’d be better off a free agent, a cash-strapped pair of rival producers aim to cash in by any means possible.”
King Cobra has an impressive cast including James Franco, Christian Slater, Molly Ringwald, Alicia Silverstone Garrett Clayton and Keegan Allen. Look for King Cobra in theaters starting Friday, October 21st.
Much like the spring, the fall is a season when many LGBT organization hold important fundraisers and events to raise awareness and funds to support the work they do in our community.
Below are some of the areas largest fundraisers so mark the dates in your calendar and get your tickets. If I’ve missed an event, please add the information in the comments section of this post.
Starting the fall gala season is the Human Rights Campaign New England Fiercely Forward gala dinner and auction at the Westin Waterfront in the Seaport on Saturday, October 8th. The event hashtag is #EqualityVote2016.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit hrcboston.org.
Each November since 1993, Boston’s best restaurants, bakeries, caterers, and hotels donate thousands of pies that more than 700 volunteers then sell to family, friends and colleagues. The money from each pie sold provides a week’s worth of nutritious home-delivered meals to a Community Servings’ client and a tasty Thanksgiving treat to the buyer.
Tuesday, October 18th is the official kick off party for Community Servings’ annual Pie in the Sky Thanksgiving bake sale at the W Boston Hotel. For more information and to RSVP link to the eventbrite web page, here.
Friday, October 28th don’t miss GLAD’s Spirit of Justice Awards party at the Boston Marriott Copley Place, which brings together over 900 community members and allies to recognize and honor individuals whose achievements reflect a profound dedication to our ideal of a just society.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit their web page, here.
Wednesday, November 16th The Theater Offensive (TTO) hosts Beyond the Stage, Benefit for True Colors: Out Youth Theater. Beyond the Stage is your chance to learn more about TTO’s program, meet the remarkable youth of True Colors, and connect with others in your community. Discounted tickets remain available until October 16th.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit their web page, here.
The Celebration of Life Dinner was born in 1987 when Peter Daniel Clark, one of the Boston Living Center’s (BLC) founding members, decided to bring people living with HIV/AIDS together with their families and friends around the holidays to celebrate another year of life. Clark died from AIDS-related complications in 1992, but his work lives on. The 2016 Celebration of Life theme is “Positive, Proud and Living Out Loud”.
Tuesday, November 22nd is when the Celebration of Life 2016 dinner will take place. For more information visit the event web page, here.
For more information visit the event web page, here.
Starting Saturday, December 3rd and running through mid December, The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will host five concert performances to celebrate the holiday season at the beautiful Jordan Hall (note the December 3rd concert will take place in Provincetown for Holly Folly Weekend).
For more information and to purchase tickets visit the event web page, here.
Saturday, December 9th Toys 4 Joys will return again for their 8th year to collect funds and toys for children in the Boston area. This year’s event will also be dedicated to the memory of John Michael Gray (perhaps best known as one half of the Hat Sisters). His presence will be missed at this year’s event.
For more information like their Facebook Page, here.
What to do this week: September 26– October 2
Play Me I’m Yours Boston brings 60 street pianos to the streets of Boston with each decorated by a local artist and runs through Oct 10 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
November Project: Stair workout at Harvard takes place at the Harvard Stadium from 6:30 – 7:30AM every Wednesday in Boston
DotOUT Midweek Meltdown starts at 6:30PM at the Dorchester Brewing Co. on Wednesday, September 28 in Dorchester
Stump Trivia lets you impress your friends with all the trivia you know from 5PM – 10PM every Wednesday at Cathedral Station in Boston
Karaoke Kween is a lot of fun and if you’re good you may nab the $75 cash prize at the end of the night – hosted every Wednesday at Club Cafe in Boston
ICA Boston every Thursday from 5PM – 9PM admission is free to the public
Amy Schumer in Boston is a tough ticket to come by but she will be at the Boston Garden on Thursday, September 29 in Boston
Mates Leather Weekend returns on Thursday, September 29 and runs through the weekend in Provincetown
Drag Race Thursdays join Mizery and friends for “Queens are Wild” RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2 starting at 8PM at Club Cafe in Boston
exDRAGvaganza Flag Football party starts at 7PM at Club Cafe on Thursday, September 29 in Boston
Ogunquit Bearfest starts on Thursday, September 29 and runs through the weekend with parties at Mainestreet in Ogunquit
Harpoon Oktoberfest kicks is Friday and Saturday, September 30 – October 1 at Harpoon Brewery in Boston
QuICK Weekly Climb starts at 6PM at Brooklyn Boulders on Friday, September 30 in Somerville
Gay Takeover of FrightFest @SixFlags goes from 9AM-9PM on Sunday, October 2 in West-Bumblef*ck, MA
Boston Gay Beer Club Oktoberfest 5k run starts at 9:30 AM on Sunday, October 2 in Kendall Square, Cambridge
Celebration of Hat Sister John Michael Gray is taking place at Jacques Cabaret with all money raised going to help pay for his medical bills on Sunday, October 2 at Jacques starting at 6PM 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
Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.
Catcher (\ˈka-chər, ˈke-\noun)
Definition: The passive partner in anal intercourse.
Example: For a while it seemed like people preferred the baseball metaphors to describe their sexual preferences; like referring to oneself as a catcher.
NECN reported that Fran’s Place, in Lynn, MA will close one week from today on Monday, September 26. The business has been in owner Jay Collins’ family since the 1920s, when it opened as a tavern at another location before moving to the current location as Lighthouse Cafe in the 1940s and ultimately Fran’s Place in the ’70s.
The sale of the property will likely be completed by the end of the month. A goodbye party is scheduled for this Saturday. For more information check out their event page on facebook.