Monthly Archives: April 2009

GGAP III At Gloucester Stage Co

The third official Gloucester Guerilla Art Project will be held at Cape Ann Community Cinema this Sunday at 1:00PM.

Presenters include GMG’s own Sharon Lowe-

Sharon Lowe is a Good Morning Gloucester contributor, photographer, and educator. Her love of Gloucester is evident in her images. “Conversations with the Children of our Oldest Fishermen” is the first in a series of interviews for her project “Growing Up in Gloucester”. Karen McCormack will be talking about her father, Tony Testaverde.

Gloucester Blogger Jay Albert-

My slideshow is named “My Views of Gloucester”  It’s the full version of the Youtube version I made. It consists of this past winter’s photographs,the fishing industry and a segment of the St. Peter’s Fiesta and a surprise weather related photograph.

About me: Born in Gloucester with over 30 years  Quality Control in the aerospace industry,20 years assistant football coach @ Manchester/Essex H.S. and now working my way into photography. Also author of the blog www.capeannimages.blogspot.com

Emile Doucette, Tom Papows, Michael Pallazola from Bait & Tackle-

The Greasy Pole
“Created by Gloucester natives Tom Papows, Michael Pallazola, & Emile Doucette in just 5 days, “The Greasy Pole” is a 7-minute short film about Gloucester’s unique sporting event. The film was made as part of the International Documentary Challenge (www.docchallenge.org) and has been selected as a finalist in this year’s competition.”

“The International Documentary Challenge is a timed filmmaking competition where filmmakers have 5 days to make a 7 minute non-fiction film. The filmmakers are assigned a genre (in this case SPORTS documentary) and a theme (HOPE and/or FEAR). Created by three Gloucester natives, Tom Papows, Michael Pallazola, & Emile Doucette, “The Greasy Pole” has been selected as one of the 13 finalists in the competition and will be screened at the
Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto this year.”

Robert Newton-

Robert Newton runs the Cape Ann Community Cinema, and is a full-time writer and editor. He recorded the award-winning novelty CD “Monkey Bismuth,” and is the keeper of his late grandfather’s collection of antique Gloucester post cards, some of which are part of this show.
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Mike Lindberg-

Mike Lindberg, GMG contributor and mastermind of many mind blowing photographing and editing posts created the video to Accompany Earl & Arch’s “Gloucester Til The End” and will be putting together something amazing of which I know nothing about yet.  :)

So Plan on getting there a little early and hanging out to meet the folks that have put these presentations together and also speak with other Gloucester lover and creative types!

Remember- This Sunday at 1:00PM it starts but doors will open early for the meet and greets.

Donna Ardizzone Age 26- Not Much Has Changed

Good Buddy and FOB (friend of the Blog) Donna Ardizzone is only 26 in this picture.  She doesn’t look much different today.  Check these pages next week to see where the One Hour At A Time Gang Will Strike Next!

Donna Ardizzone Age 26, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

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One Hour at a Time Gang

Looking forward to seeing as many people and thank you.

Donna Ardizzoni

Business Manager

Circle Consulting Group

PO Box 5506

Gloucester, MA 01930

978-526-9222

www. circleconsulting.com