Yacht-board partying, soup kitchen benefits, sizzling gay movies... you like them all served up HOT and here's where to find them!
ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage announces RSC Live returning with two film screenings: William Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" (March 6‐8, 2015) and "Love's Labour's Won" also known as "Much Ado About Nothing" (April 24‐26, 2015).
If you're tired of the prescriptive nature of Valentine's Day (the purchasing of teddy bears, the making of Italian reservations, the writing of bad poetry), then forget V-day. Have a me-day. Check out "Bawdy Storytelling."
RuPaul, or pizza feast? Aussie Bum, or all-night dance party? Who can choose when it's all so darn HOT!
Frankly, for all the times someone spilled a drink, stole my coat, snapped at me for misspelling their drag name or getting the date or time of their (now nonexistent) event wrong, nothing could scare me from going out on Friday.
Fiddlehead Theatre Company, the Resident Theatre Company of the historic Strand Theatre, will ease on down the road with the beloved rock musical "The Wiz," a modern re-telling of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum.
Huntington Theatre Company continues its 2014-2015 Season with the landmark comedy "The Colored Museum" by two-time Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe, a stinging journey through 11 hilarious "exhibits" about African-American culture.
Ric Salinas, Herbert Siguenza and Richard Montoya return to Boston celebrating their 30th Anniversary as the most prominent Chicano‐Latino performance troupe in the country.
Let the music play; jump-start your playlist, shuffle your queue, listen to something new. Yes, fabulous music acts feature this week, new nightclub events, along with the regular weekly fun.
On Sunday, February 8 in Los Angeles, blogger, writer and social entrepreneur Jayce Baron brings the first Kiss and Tell LGBT Dating and Relationship event to Downtown Independent in Los Angeles.