Bos­ton Your Way

For His­tory Buffs, Mu­sic Lovers and the LGBTQ crowd

Where Boston - - EDITOR'S ITINERARY -

Unique rec­om­men­da­tions cu­rated by Where and fit to match three per­sonal travel styles.

Min­gle with mem­bers of the South End com­mu­nity at SoWa Artists Guild's First Fri­day (1) evenings, where 50 to 60 lo­cal artists open their stu­dios to the pub­lic, play mu­sic, pour wine and con­verse on the process of cre­ativ­ity. The Don­key Show (2) is one disco-bred, di­va­li­cious take on Shake­speare, so get your groove on be­neath spin­ning mir­ror balls and cel­e­brate par­tial nu­dity, tight shorts, and but­ter­fly pasties in this the­atri­cal ex­trav­a­ganza from Tony Award win­ner Diane Paulus. Pop­u­lar on week­nights, classy South End restau­rant and bar Tro­phy Room (3) at­tracts gay men who keep in shape. Not a sur­prise, given its name. Nearby, en­joy a chill meal within the restau­rant at Club Cafe & Video Bar. Af­ter 9 pm, the at­mos­phere amps up, and a mixed gay crowd stands on line to get in.

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