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With the exception of my visit to the movie theater in December to take my nephews to see Yogi Bear in 3-D, I'm not even sure if I saw a movie in the theaters in 2010. At home I may have seen as many as 3-4 movies on demand or on television. So I s...
by BosGuy on Jul 17, 2011

Whose Town?

The Boston Globe has a great section to the paper called "Your Town", which features local news from specific neighborhoods and towns around Boston.The "news" section from "Your Town" also includes feeds from local bloggers. Yours truly has had post...
by BosGuy on Jul 16, 2011

Who's Town?

The Boston Globe has a great section to the paper called "Your Town", which features local news from specific neighborhoods and towns around Boston.The "news" section from "Your Town" also includes feeds from local bloggers. Yours truly has had post...
by BosGuy on Jul 16, 2011

I'm a lucky S.O.B.

I rarely talk about my work, because I think that there are so many more interesting things to discuss. However, every once in awhile I feel the need to share. Because I work from home, my work hours can be somewhat unorthodox. However, I recogniz...
by BosGuy on Jul 14, 2011

Like BosGuy blog on Facebook

Although I acknowledge I'm hardly a facebook power user, I have figured out how to have all my blog posts publish there. If you would prefer to read my blog on facebook, you can search for my blog by typing "BosGuy blog" and select "Like".To paraphra...
by BosGuy on Jul 14, 2011

Bastille Day: Vive la France

Bastille Day is a national holiday celebrated each 14th of July - called La FĂȘte Nationale (The National Celebration) to commemorate the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille.I've never actually been in Paris during this holiday and wonder wha...
by BosGuy on Jul 14, 2011

Boston: Fort Point Channel and Seaport District

This weekend I rode my bike through Fort Point Channel and the Seaport District. Growing up, this part of Boston was referred to as Southie and it was mostly vacant and considered undesirable, which is crazy when you realize its proximity to downtow...
by BosGuy on Jul 13, 2011

Ben Cohen's Stand Up Foundation

The very handsome Ben Cohen sat down and spoke with Out Magazine about why he created his Stand Up Foundation to raise awareness and help end bullying. Take 5-minutes to listen to this former rugby player and GLBT ally talk about why bullying needs t...
by BosGuy on Jul 12, 2011

Boston announces 15 new food truck locations

According to Adam's Hospitality and Tourism Industry Blog 15 new food truck locations will debut throughout Boston on Wednesday, July 13th. New food truck locations will be located in Back Bay, Bay Village, South End, Fenway, Kenmore/BU, Dorchester,...
by BosGuy on Jul 12, 2011

Boston's Rose Kennedy Greenway

Boston is so beautiful in the summer. I was out riding my bike along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway this past weekend. This park which stretches from North to South through the heart of the city replaces what was formerly an elevated interstate...
by BosGuy on Jul 12, 2011

Men of Twitter

Each Monday I post #MenOfTwitter profiles that catch my eye and whom I think you may enjoy following. Suggestions for profiles to feature are welcome and if you'd like to follow me, you can find me at @BosGuy. Below are a few more #MenOfTwitter you m...
by BosGuy on Jul 11, 2011

Fitness update

So who has fallen off the exercise band wagon and who has been good about getting themselves to the gym? After I tweaked my left shoulder in early May, I've had to scale back my lifting. The result has been the loss of a bit of muscle mass and defin...
by BosGuy on Jul 9, 2011

Boston is one of the US youngest cities

The Boston Globe is reporting that the latest US Census shows that Boston has the highest ratio of 20 to 34 year olds among large US cities. With more than 1/3 (35%) of the city's residents falling into this age range. This represents an 11% jump f...
by BosGuy on Jul 9, 2011

Camp Cuts 2011 - Sunday, July 17th

When: Sunday, July 17th from 12PM - 6PMWhere: James Joseph Salon at 30 Newbury StreetWhy: To benefit The Hole in the Wall Gang CampCost: $50.00RSVP: campcuts@gmail.comJoin Izzy Berdan (seated above) and some of Boston's best stylists who will be cut...
by BosGuy on Jul 9, 2011

Happy BosGuy

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by BosGuy on Jul 7, 2011

I've got the music in me

Yesterday I was working out with my trainer at the Boston Sports Club SouthEnd when movement out of the corner of my eye distracted me from the ridiculous ab routine Stu had concocted to try and tire me. Glancing over my left shoulder, I saw an attr...
by BosGuy on Jul 7, 2011

Provincetown sights

Provincetown is blessed with beautiful dunes and gorgeous beaches. It is also amazingly quaint in its own way with beautiful homes, tiny streets and paths that lead to beautiful gardens with ocean views. However, this isn't that kind of post. The si...
by BosGuy on Jul 6, 2011

Provincetown: Independence Week

Provincetown is located at the very tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts. This out of the way place where land greets the North Atlantic has long been a home for the gay community. Although in recent years, more heterosexual couples and families have sta...
by BosGuy on Jul 6, 2011

Men Of Twitter

I'm a fan of Twitter. I love how quick and easy it is to use and connect with people. Another perk is what I'll refer to as the "Men of Twitter" since there are so many handsome guys. Adding to their attraction is the fact they only talk in 140 chara...
by BosGuy on Jul 4, 2011

Have yourself a great 4th of July

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by BosGuy on Jul 4, 2011


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