As a result, the bars and venues that remain feel less edgy, say some old-timers, and the spotty scene no longer cultivates a cohesive-feeling gay culture. For most of the past century, gay bars largely remained underground. She held office in Massachusetts from to Last week, the club's vice president, Mark Sahady, claimed on Facebook that the city of Boston would be "working with them" for the "straight pride parade. I'd go back — Went to Buzz for the first time on Saturday.
You're not fooling us, '" he laughs.
And that's all that should matter. Data provided by Infogroup. Where to Order, and Where to Eat. Though their composition and artsy execution feel more contemporary, the of-the-people, DIY vibes guiding the current crop of soirees also feels reminiscent of the bar ethos during the Reagan years, observe seasoned veterans such as Halligan.
At ManRay, a Cambridge club that skewed toward underground goth and fetish crowds, I learned to let my guard down and celebrate every stripe of freak and geek.