Chaz Antonelli (mc4bbs) wrote,
Chaz Antonelli

Wednesday through Friday was an average work week... on Friday the 21st, I went to The Alley for Boston Bears Happy Hour; several of my pals were there -- we all had a good time! Following happy hour, Chris (from Quincy) and I went to dinner in Quincy Center. This was the first time I was doing things at night in my own town! I was aware of the strong Finnish culture in my part of Quincy (near Brewer's Corner); but I was unaware of the predominately Irish community here as well! Chris and I ate at Kelly's, and then headed over to Bad Abbot's (authentic Irish Pub) for a few pints. Saturday I rested until the mid-afternoon for what was going to be a late party!!

Saturday was the ICMA (Imperial Court of Massachusetts) Coronation III. This is the event where the former Emperor and Empress of Massachusetts step down and pass the crown onto the new Emperor and Empress! The event was held at the prestigious Boston Park Plaza Hotel. It was a fabulous show; and yours truly was even in one of the performances (although pretty much as a stage prop!) I met a lot of great people from all over North America from the Imperial Court, as well as some folks that I've already known from the leather show circuit! I'm actually entertaining the thought of joining the court of Massachusetts!

The Imperial Court is a 501(c)(3) fundraising organization dedicated to the raising money on behalf of AIDS, Breast Cancer, and GLBT charitable causes. What makes the Imperial Court different from other fundraising is that in the Court it doesn’t matter who you are, but who you want to be. No matter your gender, gender identity, or sexuality, there is a place in the Imperial Court for you. The most important thing they do is finding new and creative ways to give back to our communities. Through this, we have made lasting friendships with other individuals who are committed to having fun and bringing out the best in each of us. Join us on this journey. The fun is only just beginning!


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