Monthly Archives: July 2010

Rocky Neck Accommodations Penthouse Suite Renovation Tour 7/20/10

The Faherty’s Gorgeous Penthouse Is Now Available Nightly.  You can pull up by boat and stay in this penthouse with full kitchenette and deck overlooking beautiful Smith’s Cove.  A Hop Skip and A Jump get’s You To The Rudder or Studio Restaurant’s For Dinner or Drinks.  Amy’s Coffee and Cones is just next door for your quick snack or breakfast at Sailor Stan’s.

Because the place had been under construction all summer it hasn’t been advertised so there is still availability even though we are in the height of the tourist season.

Great insider scoop right there baby!

You can go directly to the Rocky Neck Accommodations Website for more info here-

http://www.rockyneckaccommodations.com/

Thursday Night Blues Jam @ The Rhumb Line

A few words from Mr. Dave Sags himself,


Sick and tired of the same old thing? Wanna add some voltage to your puny, miserable existence? Do you feel like slashing your ankles everytime you look in the mirror, or while reading the Herald? Then, maybe I can help you out. You need my new recession eraser: Mr. Larry Sortwell. Hobgoblin on glitar, menace to the Muses, and snake oil singer. This guy is something else, and a truly wonderful cat to work with, too. But don’t just believe me, czech it out for yooself. You’ll throw those razor blades away for good , this time.
Pushing good ol’ L-man over the top will be Jeff Casper, the friendly drummer, a fugitive from these parts since he caught the Katy. Be good to see him, for a change. And, of course, Greg “Whammy Bar” Tower  and myself will be there too. You’ll never be the same. Don’t ever change.

9:00 to 12:00

Book Signing: Elinor Teele’s The Doll’s Head July 24th

BOOK SIGNING

A book signing for The Doll’s Head, a mystery for girls ages 9-12, will take place at The Annisquam Exchange, 32 Leonard Street, on Saturday, July 24, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Based on the real discovery of a doll’s head in Lobster Cove, The Doll’s Head tells the story of two very independent girls separated by 100 years. Readers will have a chance to meet the doll that inspired the story, buy the book and talk to the author, Elinor Teele.

For information call 978-281-0358 or learn more at www.thedollshead.com.

Book Signing for The Doll's Head

"Kids are Home, Kids are Hungry" Food Drive Month of July at Addison Gilbert Hospital

"Kids are Home, Kids are Hungry" Food Drive Month of July at Addison Gilbert Hospital
to assist The Open Door Summer Lunch Program

Items being collected:
Canned fruits and vegetables, healthy soups, rice, pasta, cereal,
peanut butter, jelly, oatmeal, canned beans, juice, canned meats,
tuna, healthy snacks, granola bars, spaghetti sauce, and other
healthy, low-salt foods.
All items must be non-perishable.  Please, no glass containers.
Containers are located in the at Telecommunications at Addison Gilbert Hospital.
                       

Thank you for your consideration to help!

The Tide Rips at The Rhumbline

The Tide Rips at The Rhumbline

The Tide, featuring Gordon & Jock Baird and Dave Koen
The  Rhumbline
Railroad Ave
Gloucester 978-283-9732
Saturday, July  24   9-12  p.m.

A Saturday Spectacular Special Setlist   . Kick the family out and join The Gloucester Beatles, the singing  Baird Bros. & Dr. Dave to dance the night away, singing along to songs you haven’t heard for decades but you know every word to them.  Eat, drink and be merry ~ get Pied with The Tide ~ at the Rhumbline,  Gloucester’s rock’n’roll love shack  it’s nothing but fun and Fred will autograph your shoe.

“Art not Art” from deb Clarke

Art not Art

from; deb Clarke

A few years ago I found a dozen of these handblown glass panels at the building center.  i incorporated them into wax/gild wire creations.  the heat of this summer has melted the wax and most of the gold leaf is now buried in the wax.  i like playing around with the idea of what is art, is it the making of something intentional?  my intent here was to show off the beauty of the materials.  

it’s summertime, so here’s a pic of my garden, which is coming in later than other gardens around here.  must be the shade from the oak.