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Adam's Nest Blog

A perfect gift idea!

A perfect gift idea!

If you've visited our shop in Provincetown you likely noticed the wall of postcards as you enter.  We offer a vast array of Naro Pinosa's collages. We found framing these offer the perfect art to decorate small spaces, from office cubicles to dorm rooms, to your favorite Provincetown cottage by the sea. 

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Michael Sjostedt at Art Gaysel with Adam's Nest

Michael Sjostedt at Art Gaysel with Adam's Nest

We met Michael Sjostedt in our Provincetown shop one of our first seasons and we are excited to show his mid-century modern inspired collages. We will have a curated offer with us at Art Gaysel at Hôtel Gaythering; the queerest art fair happening during Art Basel's December show in Miami Beach. Raised amidst Connecticut’s sterile suburbs, Michael Sjostedt spent his childhood steeped in the pop culture of the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, finding in them both salvation and estrangement. That dichotomy forms the basis of his art, as he considers how he simultaneously fits and does not fit into the...

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ptownie famous - Next Gen Provincetown: Adam's Nest

ptownie famous - Next Gen Provincetown: Adam's Nest

Provincetown is ever changing, and that change is being driven in every corner. With the traditional markers of culture leading the way, the business community is also quietly playing its part in illuminating a new identity for Provincetown that is both in keeping with Provincetown's history and also pushing it forward...

Not quite a newcomer, Adam's Nest has established itself over the past six years as a business that distorts what it means to be a vacation town t-shirt shop. 

 

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Supporting Gays Against Guns

Supporting Gays Against Guns

On September first, in addition to the new abortion restrictions, "a new law went into effect in Texas. House Bill 1927 permits people to carry handguns without a permit, unless they have been convicted of a felony or domestic violence. This measure was not popular in the state. Fifty-nine percent of Texans—including law enforcement officers—opposed it. But 56% of Republicans supported it. “I don’t know what it’s a solution to,” James McLaughlin, executive director of the Texas Police Chiefs Association, said to Heidi Pérez-Moreno of the Texas Tribune when Republican governor Greg Abbott signed the bill in mid-August.

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NYC AIDS Memorial + Adam's Nest

NYC AIDS Memorial + Adam's Nest

Many people have found Adam's Nest through the work we do with The AIDS Memorial on Instagram.  It is an endeavor that is our way of giving back to the community and honoring all those we lost, those living with, and those who fought and continue to fight to end AIDS.

As someone who came out in 1985, whose first apartment in NYC was across the street from Uncle Charlie's, and around the corner from Saint Vincent’s Hospital, it was humbling, to say the least, when The NYC AIDS Memorial reached out to ask if we'd help get the word out and sell these limited edition tees from Red Hot.  We own the original Red, Hot + Blue album from 30 years ago, and it's been playing in store this past week in Provincetown.  Everyone of a certain age that has entered has commented on the music.

 

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