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In The Aftermath Of Boston Pride

By Charlotte Robinson, June 10, 2022

Last summer the org behind Boston Pride call it quits after over 50 years of LGBTQ Pride celebrations in the city. With Boston Pride dissolved Pride celebrations in Boston have been left to the LGBTQ entrepreneurs to carry on some sort of activities & events. However without a parade all the block parties scheduled cannot quite fill this void. For our lesbian community the traditional Dyke March will take place Friday June 10th starting at around 6:30P at the Parkman Bandstand on Boston Common. Then Lesbian Night Life takes over the hottest rooftop bar in the city at The Revere Hotel Friday night from 7P to Midnight. The party continues with Esme Women's Block Party-Boston Pride on Saturday June 11th from 2P to 7P. On Sunday June 12th there are 2 traditional block parties taking place; the Back Bay Block Party on Stuart Street in Boston from 2P until 9P & JP Block Party from Noon until 7P at 2 Perkins Street in Jamaica Plain. Then next week from June 16th to 19th Queer Cabarets will be presenting a rotating cast of intergenerational & intersectional performers that perform live - cradled by an installation of previously recorded multi-media interviews featuring area & national LGBTQ+ community members ages 20’s to 70’s & from all points on the LGBTQ+ spectrum at the Central Square Theatre in Cambridge. Expect performances of stellar music, dance, spoken word, comedy & just downright fabulousness along with the funny & often poignant reflections on gay to queer lives over the span of 100 years. However you choose to celebrate..Happy Pride Boston!  For More Info…

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