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- Provincetown's Town House, or Original Town Hall, From 1854 to 1877
- Vintage Postcards and Photos Reveal Provincetown's Rich History and Culture
Friday, August 22, 2014
This Year's Carnival Brings "Comic Book Capers" to Provincetown Streets
With a different theme every year, Provincetown's annual week-long Carnival is a summer celebration that brings thousands to town, raises money for a number of local charities, and gives people a chance to transform themselves, to see and be seen, whether they merely don a few strands of beads or dress in elaborate costumes, with some people changing their look for different occasions during the week.
Carnival week in Provincetown brings all kinds of folks out in various sorts of costumes, sometimes adhering to the year's theme, and sometimes just dressing up in whatever they'd like, strutting down Commercial Street and around the town, and attending various events. And, of course, at Drag Bingo, anything goes...
A trio of Little Orphan Annies was spotted having supper at The Canteen,
on Commercial Street. These friends had travelled from three different cities
to spend Carnival week together in PTown.
13 -year-old A J and his family love Provincetown, and came
from Weymouth to kick off our Carnival Week celebration.
Two men from Montreal were found strutting down Commercial Street,
thoroughly enjoying our week-long series of Carnival events.
Joe and Dennis wouldn't miss coming to Provincetown for Carnival Week.
After 50 years together, they've now gotten married. Read what I wrote
about them two Carnivals ago. I will write an update on their story soon.
These Gaywatch gals were found in front of Town Hall, complete
with their trademark red swimsuits and lifesaving buoys.
A bevy of beauties in party dresses and swanky evening gowns were
found strolling along Commercial Street, on their way to Drag Bingo.
I knew someone would dress as Ace and Gary, Robert Smigel's cartoon superhero duo from Saturday Night Live's TV Funhouse series of cartoons. Click this link to see The Ambiguously Gay Duo in one of their hilarious cartoon adventures, followed by a live action version with Jon Hamm as Ace and Jimmy Fallon as Gary, with various Comedy Central alums. Above, Captain Awesome follows behind The Ambiguously Gay Duo.