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From sequins and spangles to the nearly-nude, there was plenty of eye-catching apparel at this year's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and queer pride parade.
Yesterday thousands took to the streets of Boston to march and celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and queer identities at Boston Pride's main event.
The Neighborhood Files
There are a ton of reasons to start a blog on Patch, and some of your neighbors in the Back Bay and Beacon Hill neighborhoods let us in on why it's working for them.
Socializing For Justice, or SoJust.org, held its annual Open House networking social at Lir Irish Pub last night, which attracted political progressives and friends from around the Boston area.
Once upon a time a Back Bay venue seeking a liquor license would have to wait until an existing venue that had one went out of business, but the Chairwoman of the Boston Licensing Board is ending that system and we want to know how you feel about it.
Mayor Menino wants some Theater District clubs to close earlier than 2 a.m.. Do you think closing times for Back Bay venues should be earlier, as well?
Patch's House & Home
Louis Comfort Tiffany designed the mansion, which is near the intersection of Massachusetts and Commonwealth Avenues and features mosaic tiles and an "archway of lights."
Patch columnist John Keith says Boston has a drug epidemic and Congressman Stephen Lynch has brought the DEA to Southie for backup, but we're wondering if you see a problem, as well.
The coyote was seen on Copp's Hill yesterday, and an effort has already been made to track him or her down.
The Rev. William W. Rich, an Episcopalian rector, a married gay man and one of the leaders of the Back Bay church, has been nominated as one of the possible successors to the position of Bishop Of The Diocese Of New Hampshire.
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