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People have been talking about the Worcester renaissance. Drag queens read books to children, bringing queer culture into a family-friendly setting. With some of the rising prices in the city, that kind of exasperates the issue of could we find the dollars to do this.
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I'm heading to Boston this Saturday and Sunday. Does anyone know of any fun gay bars? Which ones are good on Saturday night, which ones on Sunday?
By mid-decade, the social revolution begun in the early seventies had markedly changed the gay subculture in the Connecticut River Valley in Western Massachusetts. Bymid-Valley Hampshire County rivaled Hampden for sheer number of activities, all of which were new. Bambi Gauthier tells me that the first edition of the New England Gay Guide was a mimeographed and stapled publication by Gay Community News, the regional newspaper based in Boston that started in
Massachusetts was the first state to recognize gay marriage — a full decade before the country as a whole did — and its capital city quite fittingly has a host of bars catering to the LGBT community. Whether you're seeking a low-key dive bar or an in-your-face cocktail bar with drag brunches, these six LGBT-friendly bars and clubs in Boston will make you feel right at home. Drag brunches and regular screenings of RuPaul make visiting Trophy Room in the South End a weekly occurrence for some Bostonians — especially those looking for more than just a standard drink.
Yet Massachusetts was the first state to legalize gay marriage, and Boston prides itself on its tolerance. The city has longstanding gay bars and clubs, first-class drag cabaret, and some pro-LGBTQ bars and restaurants with gay-themed nights. Some of these venues cater to a very specific type, say leather or lesbian.
Darlene Casey said one beer sat in the cooler, but it was too old to drink. A longtime regular, Casey watched patrons dance and sway, savoring one of the oldest gay bars in the commonwealth for the last time. She wanted to leave something behind, a way for people to know that she and her friends were there. So she grabbed black and silver markers.
By Andrew Collins. Boston may not be home to a huge number of gay bars, but it does have a nice variety, including a mix of neighborhood pubs, dance bars, and inviting lounges tucked inside trendy restaurants mostly in the South End. You can also find a number of other inviting gay bars just an hour south of Boston in ProvidenceRhode Island.
By Andrew Collins. Explore the gay bars, nightclubs, lounges, cabarets, and other nightlife options in New England, including Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. From historic dive bars to trendy bunch restaurants, here's an idea of the gay-friendly places you'll find in the New England states. It is not yet known whether the name will be changed.