We're cutting the glitter for Saturday's brunch... Brunch & annual meeting is THIS Saturday! Almost 70 folks have signed up through Eventbrite and Facebook. If you're... Posted by DotOut Dorchester
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,
You know it was a long winter when Dot folks show up EARLY and ON TIME for an event! Last night's annual meeting brought people out of the snowbanks we
Meteorologists have repeated the word epic more times than B-actors regurgitating "wicked awesome" in bad Boston accents. This time? When we say this year is going to be epic, we
On Saturday, we lost one of our close friends and Dorchester resident-Christopher Hannon (above right with his fiance David Moser). Chris was a longtime member of DotOUT and loving friend.
For the second time in three years, DotOUT brought the Pride Parade win back to everyone's favorite Boston neighborhood! On November 29, 2014, the Boston Pride Committee announced DotOUT won
Be as good to each other as you have been to me. --Thomas M. Menino Sounds like a good plan, Dorchester.
Dear Friends, We were recently contacted by concerned members about this year's donation partnership choice. DotOUT has grown over the past few years and we felt we needed to introduce
Today, Mayor Tom Menino passed away. A staunch ally and friend to the LGBT community when it was not politically expedient, Mayor Menino embraced the city's diverse people and neighborhoods
Torrential rains? CHECK! Below arctic temperatures? CHECK! Forgot to send the email reminder to the party faithful? CHECK! And, despite the dismal downpour, DotOUT's Midweek Meltdown bounced back like it