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Set in Boston and Portland, Maine, “The Guys Next Door” is a documentary from veteran Boston filmmakers Amy Geller and Allie Humenuk. Shot over three years, Geller and Humenuk tell the story, with humor and humanity, of four adults and two kids who have created an extended family with all the joys, tensions and moments that define all families of all configurations.

Powerful program playing at Boston LGBT Film Festival

(Editor’s note: This story appears in the March/April 2017 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) For much of its nearly 30-plus years of existence, the Boston LGBT Film Festival’s organizers heard from skeptics who asked why such an […]

The Boston Gay Men's Chorus

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus tributes pretty boys of pop

Billing themselves as “the ultimate boy band” — with more than 150 baritones and tenors strong — The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) is proudly presenting “Let’s Hear It for the Boys,” a “raucous revue saluting generations of pop music’s pretty boys, from […]

The acclaimed, 30-member Austin-based vocal ensemble Conspirare will perform “Considering Matthew Shepard” on Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. at Boston’s Symphony Hall. Photo by Scott Van Osdol.

‘Considering Matthew Shepard’ heads to Boston’s Symphony Hall

[This story appears in the January|February 2017 issue of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.] Musician and conductor Craig Hella Johnson, like many LGBTs, was profoundly shaken by the hate crime murder of Matthew Shepard in 1998. On Oct. […]

Urban Nutcracker

Diversity plays key role in Boston holiday classic ‘Urban Nutcracker’

[This story appears in the November|December 2016 issue of Boston Spirit magazine:] Making the Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker more contemporary and more inclusive—including performances specifically for LGBT audiences—while still holding to its classical tradition is what makes “Urban Nutcracker” as much […]

A spooky decoration along Provincetown's Commercial Street hints at what's to come after the sun goes down. Photo courtesy of the Provincetown Banner.

Halloween Happenings for Grow-Up Trick or Treaters

(Editor’s note: This article appears in the September/October 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) With Halloween, also known as “gay Christmas,” creeping around the corner, we’ve assembled a motley crew of LGBT-friendly events scattered throughout the Bay State. […]

Chris Edwards,Balls: It Takes Some to Get Some

Boston-native author supports youth with trans success story

There wasn’t a lot of support for gender transition in 1995. So ad-agency copywriter Chris Edwards used his career skills to “re-brand himself” for his family, friends and coworkers “at a time when the word ‘transgender’ was yet to exist.” “BALLS is the hilarious and moving […]

Greg Maraio,Speakeasy Stage Company,"Significant Other"

Gay single life in age of marriage equality takes the stage in season opener

(Editor’s note: This article appears in the current September/October 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) Playwright Joshua Harmon’s latest, “Significant Other,” about a young gay man looking for love in New York City as each of his […]


Cape Cod & Provincetown Cabaretfest

Crown and Anchor | Provincetown | June 2–5, 2-16 CabaretFest reprised its fabulous music festival in Provincetown this year with a tribute to American musical legend Cole Porter who, for 20 years, had  his own retreat in Provincetown. The event […]

The Boston Gay Men's Chorus during its 2015 Middle East tour. BGMC heads for South Africa in 2018. Photo by Michael Leclerc

One year after Middle East tour, Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Announces South Africa Trip

An important part of the mission of the celebrated Boston Gay Men’s Chorus has always been to spread pride and joy throughout, and well beyond, the LGBT community. Last summer, the GBMC went way, way into that beyond when it […]

Boston Gay Men's Chorus,Nick Adams,POPular

Broadway star Nick Adams joins Boston Gay Men’s Chorus for Pride Week kick-off concert

Super-talented, sexy Broadway sensation Nick Adams joins the 175-voice strong Boston Gay Men’s Chorus — and dancing boys — on June 3 and 5 to kick off Boston Pride Week. The concert, “POPular,” featuring pop classics from the 1960 through 2016, including […]

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