Daily Archives: May 13, 2011

Gloucester and Rockport 50’s, 60’s Photo Series From Mark Holzman Part XIII- Captain Joe and Sons

This slide was put in the machine the correct way.  East Gloucester

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One Hour At a Time Gang Notice For Saturday

Hi all: Received a nice email from John McElhenny from Matters Communication..  They are doing a garden at Burnham’s Field in central Gloucester on Saturday.  What we should do is the morning cleanup of the litter that accumulates there. Time:                    … Continue reading

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Motif #1 back in the 70′s Photo Number 2 From Len Burgess

Here’s a 35mm shot of the original Motif #1 back in the 70′s. You can see it was a patched-up rugged old building. Also, thanks Joey for including the information of the Digital Photo Workshop at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum, … Continue reading

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When did middle school children’s activities get so bananas?

When did middle school children’s activities get so bananas? Travel teams, pro style uniforms, traveling overseas, non-stop fundraising? Remember Babe Ruth and pee-wee baseball with iron on numbers on t-shirts? Now they wear the same uniforms as the pros. Why … Continue reading

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Essex County Hunger Relief This Saturday

For more info- http://www.essexcountyhungerrelief.org/

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Motif No. 1 Movie PREMIER!

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Eastern Point Yacht Club Junior Sailing Program Open House May 19th

Call 978-283-3520 or email EPYC@EPYC.NET For Registration Info

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Clean Team 2011- It’s On Baby! Get Your Application In!

The Cape Ann YMCA is excited to announce that we, along with the City of Gloucester, will once again be offering our summer Clean Team program! Applications are now available at the Cape Ann YMCA. We gladly except all Gloucester … Continue reading

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Schooner Adventure May 19 Lecture

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Good News From The Bandit Kings

Ah, Bandits…we meet again. What’s the Good Word? • Tonight Friday, May 13: In honor of superstitious musicians everywhere, The Bandits are getting in cars, driving up the highway, and not stopping until they hit Portsmouth, NH. More precisely, they are … Continue reading

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Tonight ~ Friday ~ Dog Bar

Last minute call for a cancellation to fill in at The Dogbar tonight here in Gloucester,, still drumming up the band to play. Hope to see you we start at 9. Love Mike http://www.myspace.com/mikeoconnellmusic http://www.dogbarcapeann.com/ AS ALWAYS – BAR OPEN … Continue reading

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Safety ~ Madfish ~ 80′s Party

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Cape Ann Day August 17th, 1927 Pin

As seen worn by our David Cox. Anyone old enough to remember this day?

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Docksiders Perform at City Hall – Photos by David Cox

Click on Photo for Slide_show

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Gloucester Gig Rowers – Open House on Sunday

WHAT Open House WHO Gloucester Gig Rowers WHEN Sunday, May 15, 5-8 p.m. WHERE Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center, Harbor Loop COST Free With warmer weather just around the corner, the Gloucester Gig Rowers want to offer a unique alternative to those looking to get out … Continue reading

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SUP the Coast Update!

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Djahlmer Ray, first-generation Finnish immigrant who lived in Lanesville during the Great Depression Patent For Fishing Reel in 1938

Djahlmer Ray, first-generation Finnish immigrant who lived in Lanesville during the Great Depression, filed this patent for a fishing reel in 1938. His brief for the patent sums it all up: he wanted a reel that was durable, inexpensive to … Continue reading

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