NorthShoreMovies.net. I’m wrangling all my unemployed movie critic friends to produce reviews and movie-related content.
How long have you lived in
Since the spring, but summers since birth. Actually, since before that. I’m pretty sure I was conceived in a cottage on Wheeler’s Point on Memorial Day in 1968.
The fall, after the tourists and before the freeze.
Lighthouse Beach after dark at low tide, when the bioluminescent microorganisms in the sand glow when you step on the soft damp sand, crushing their tiny, tiny exoskeletons.
Sebastian’s. Best sauce ever. I think it comes from Heaven.
Virgilio’s, and not just because it’s next door.
Squam Rock, despite the lingering fear of tripping and falling to my death.
I’m not a big drinker, but Dog Bar sure does make good sandwiches.
Two Sisters, and not just because it’s on my walk to work.
I love the community vibe of the Block Parties, and the total chaos of Fiesta.
I’m a delicate flower and don’t take sun well, but give me a burn on a boat any day.
Haig Demarjian. His creations fascinate and scare me. His giant “Phantom” is looking at me right now.
Good Harbor. Egg salad sandwiches and Lik-A-Maids from the snack bar make some of my favorite childhood memories.
Last Stop. One of the things I miss most about showing movies in East Gloucester.
Kenny MacCarthy’s BlynmanWatch.com
Clam chowder, no question about it (and do I even need to say “not “?)
Extremely well organized, and I look forward to seeing them grow.
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? Their debut album is a work of friggin’ aht.