Are we having fun yet? Oh, yes. Campy live shows, groovy grooves, classy musical acts, sexy gogo studs, sumptuous food and drink events, and plain old bar bemusements await.
It was Patriots Day weekend in Boston - one of the busiest weekends in the city so far this year. See who came out to Club Cafe to party.
With the Queen Mother of the Imperial Court System present to give her blessings, and before guests from across the U.S. and Canada the Rhode Island Court held their Coronation Ball.
It was no surprise to any of their fans, Out There very much included, that the Puppini Sisters sold out their Bay Area Cabaret show this coming Sunday (April 17, 5:30 p.m.) at the Venetian Room of the Fairmont San Francisco.
Ali Stroker and Lin Tucci are among cast members taking "The Vagina Monologues" to New York State female prisoners.
Disco dancing, drag delights, beers a bustin', bros and Blues, gals and garage bands. Get out.
Boston's Wicked Queer Film Fest closing night film was "Kiss Me, Kill Me." Actors Van Hansis & Yolanda Ross were on hand for the screening, along with screenwriter David Michael Barrett. Post-screening, there was a party at Estragon. See who was there.
DJ Brent Covington and DJ Taffy hosted April's FUZZ @ The Alley Bar this past Friday night. See who came out.
White Party fun continued with the largest outdoor tea dance in the world. With a wonderful performance by Erika Jayne, great music by DJ Ralphi Rosario, and a fantastic fireworks display choreographed to a special musical remix by DJ GRIND & Toy Armada.
Wet n Wild Water Park was closed to the public for an entire day and open only for White Party guests who made the most of it. Music, sunshine, wave pool, water slides, great friends, new friends, hot bodies, cold drinks. A fantastic time was had by all.