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lists.aq.org and polyboston.org down

Due to a hardware failure, polyboston.org have been down since sometime this weekend. That’s why things have been eerily quiet the last few days. Sigh.

I believe all the data on the drive is intact, and I’ve started work on bringing up a new server, but it’ll be a few days, I’m afraid.

(Many thanks to the administrator of another list hosted on the same hardware, who noticed she couldn’t get to her lists and let me know.)

3 bedroom in Somerville artist community available now

I have just about locked in the 2nd roommate that I needed for my place. We now have 2 units with friends who are all industrial musicians, noise artists, dj's, promoters, performance artists, poly kink friendly types, etc. The bottom floor 3 bedroom is open for $1700.

The unit has just been finished and is now available and we want to get artists and the like minded in there.

Contact me if interested.

Rooms for Rent poly kink friendly (Davis Sqr. / Teele Sqr.)

I have 2 rooms for rent in Teele Sqr. near Davis Sqr. available now.

The building is currently occupied by friends who are all DJ’s, electronic musicians, artists, performers, sound engineers, etc.

There are 3 options are available

A] $850/month + utilities = you take bedroom and living room
B] $475/month + utilities = you take Approximately 9' x 11' bedroom with closet
C] $575/month + utilities = you take Approximately 10’ x 11' bedroom with closet

This is the top floor of a 3 family. The bottom floor is empty and the 2nd floor has 3 men.

Leave a comment to schedule an appointment or get more info.
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Monthly PolyBoston Dinner Tonight -- All Welcome!

Please join us tonight (Monday) at 7:00 PM at Bertucci's at the Alewife T stop for the monthly PolyBoston dinner. Newbies encouraged! This event is an excellent way for those new to PolyBoston to get to know people, and also for old friends to catch up.

Bertucci's is on the ground level of the Alewife station just outside the exit, very easy to get to on the T, and there is plentiful parking for those coming by car. We'll meet in the bar area at 7:00 and wait to be seated. These dinners are fun and there is always great conversation. Feel free to bring your partner(s), and Bertucci's is kid-friendly, too.

Please RSVP here, or PM me through LJ if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!

'Allo

Hiya, this is Chris, the new guy who was at Diesel last night. Just wanted to say that it was an absolute pleasure meeting all of you. I'll be back next week for more of the conversation and meeting people. Hope everyone has a good day!
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Pride Parade details, Saturday June 13

Hey, for anyone who didn't get word --

We form up for the Pride Parade tomorrow morning (Sat June 13) on Tremont between Rutland and West Newton Sts., 10:30 - 11:00. We're under the sponsorship of the Sexual Freedom Legal Defense & Education Fund; that's the name on the parade maps. Look for the "Polyamory" banner. We need people!

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Only two days left to register, please share this woderful service event with  everyone you know!

Dear Family and Friends:

 

On Saturday, May 30, 2009 join City Year Boston for Serve-a-thon, the city's premier community service event! Join 1,500 volunteers in bringing new life to schools, playgrounds, vacant lots, housing developments, and parks.

 

GIVE your time. Join the City Year youth corps to demonstrate the power of service and see firsthand how one day can transform a community.

BUILD a stronger community. Join thousands of other dedicated participants to help transform Greater Boston into a better place to live and grow.

BELIEVE in the power of service. Invigorate the City of Boston through projects such as creating outdoor play areas, painting murals, planting gardens and renovating community spaces.

 

There is a $30 per volunteer participation fee, which covers your service supplies, food and an event t-shirt. All additional funds raised through Serve-a-thon help the young leaders of City Year Boston make a difference in the lives of children during their year of service - through literacy tutoring, mentoring, after-school activities, school vacation programs and community service projects.

 

The Kick-Off Event and Registration will take place at Boston’s City Hall Plaza, and all service will be taking place in the neighborhoods of Roxbury and Jamaica Plain.  Namely, Jackson Square, Egleston Square, Malcolm X Park, and the Bromley-Heath housing development.

 

Online Registration now open! Visit www.cityyear.org/bostonserveathon to register!

Be a Team Leader and register a Team of 10 or more to receive extra perks and benefits (see website for details).

For more information you can email me, or our Serve-a-thon team at serveathonboston@cityyear.org, by phone at 617.927.2300.

 

Help us give back to our communities through the power of physical service.

 

Oh behalf of City Year Boston, thank you for your support!

 

 

 

 

City Year unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service, giving them the skills and opportunities to change the world. As tutors, mentors, and role models, these young leaders make a difference in the lives of children and transform schools and neighborhoods across the United States and South Africa. City Year is a proud member of Americorps.
 

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An awesome poly event

Some of you may know me from when I was at MIT through 2002. Or perhaps from Intercon, or Arisia, or Baitcon, or through various mutual friends. But today I'm not posting about any of those. Today I want to talk about PolyCamp Ontario 2009.

I know what you're thinking: Ontario is far away! Why would you want to go all the way to central Ontario for a poly camping event? Here's my stab at a few reasons to make the trek to our site, the Mansfield Outdoor Centre.
  • Come to see our Guest of Honor, Cunning Minx, the fantabulous and sexy hostess (pictured here) of the Poly Weekly podcast. (Not familiar? Even if you'd never come to PolyCamp, I urge you to check it out -- Poly Weekly is awesome).
  • Interested in attending a family-friendly poly event with workshops, panels, experiential workshops, and social events, but getting sticker shock from the prices? PolyCamp Ontario is only $89 US at current exchange rates. Other nearby poly events charge on the order of $385. They include food, but food for a weekend shouldn't cost $300!
  • Perhaps you like the idea of helping out an event that is committed to remaining accessible to people of all incomes. Most poly events focus on paying big name speakers to draw a crowd, which jacks up the prices. PolyCamp Ontario's aim is to emulate the model exemplified by scifi cons like Arisia -- we believe we can put on a fantastic event without spending exorbitant amounts of money. If supporting the event is part of your motivation, this is the year to make it happen -- we're making the transition from a small private venue to a public venue. It's more expensive, but it will give us the room to grow. And as we grow, the price will drop again.
  • If you know me... *bats eyes* *little girl voice* because you want to see me and support me as PolyCamp Ontario's chair? You know you wannna!
Still not convinced? Feel free to ask me any questions, or visit our website for more information, at www.polycamp.ca. I'd also like to invite you to listen to this clip by Minx about the event. (Please note that the part about the hot tub is wrong -- we don't have a hot tub this year, but we do have a swimming pool).

Not interested?
Please do us a favour and take a few moments to forward this to anyone who you think would be interested who is within a days drive of our venue.

The boring details
The event takes place August 14 through 16. It's about a 10 hour drive from Boston via Niagara Falls, or an 11.5 hour drive if you go via the Thousand Islands -- a beautiful drive. If you fly into Toronto it's only about an hour north of the Airport; there are lots of beds available indoors if you don't want to lug your camping equipment on an airplane.
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