Remember summer tea dance at dbar? You thought you were just having fun, buying in-seam raffles tickets, slurping adult Sno-cones, grooving to great music with a steamy shark... Surprise! Just like
Something happened on the way to Broadway Street...
DotOUT, BOSTON’S ONLY LGBT NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP, DISTRIBUTING RAINBOW FLAGS TO SOUTH BOSTON BUSINESSES AND RESIDENCES Steering Committee responds to recent St. Patrick’s Day Parade inclusion of LGBT veterans group. BOSTON,
DotOUT steering committee members are giving away 100 free rainbow flags this week to South Boston businesses and residences to display during the annual South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade
In vibrant Dorchester, Boston's largest and most diverse neighborhood, DotOUT has 'connected the dots' for more than 13 years between LGBTQ neighbors and businesses with creative and inclusive civic,
The year 2015 is going down for epic-ness: epic snowfall, epic Dorchester Day Parade! After a leisurely five hour stroll down Dot Ave celebrating all things Dot-tastic, DotOUT members, determined
Awwww! The supertalented young folks at Boston City Singers sent us their thanks for our recent donation of $250 for their group. Our privilege to be able to support the
Many of us know the Victory Program from the Boston Living Center. We were proud to welcome our new Dorchester neighbors from the Victory Programs last year. DotOUT was proud
SaturdayJanuary 31, 4:00-6:00pm Boston Bowl, 820 Morrissey Blvd, Dorchester, MA Saturday's intrepid bowlers battled snowballs and snow banks to attend DotOut's (sort of annual) Bowling-rama at Dorchester's own Boston Bowl.
After 30 years, we are finally close to an AIDS-free generation. For those of us who lived through the 1980s and 90s, we never thought this day would come. There