Daily Archives: February 26, 2013

Video- Rotary Polar Plunge Into Good Harbor To Raise $ for Polio Eradication From Dwight Hebert

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Eastern Point, 1884 From Fred Bodin

Fred Bodin writes- I’m very familiar with Niles Pond, having spent five wonderful winters on Eastern Point. I hope the ocean’s onslaught can be stopped. It might be helpful for GMG readers to see how thin the barrier to the … Continue reading

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Hauling Up A Tangled Mess Of Lobster Trawl Lines After February Storm Aboard The Miss Merideth

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Faces on The Waterfront

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Early Monday morning after the snow

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A Bored Charlie Carroll

What do you do when it is a miserable sleety cold day and you can’t go out and shoot or fly your quad? Self portrait by Charlie Carroll  

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Find the Duck Part I

Rubber Duck has been on the road these days but not to London although a  friend of her’s was spotted on a rooftop there:Can you find her friend? This next link is a panorama of London. Click Here. This is the … Continue reading

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Hello from Brooklyn

Visiting my daughter Liv in Brooklyn-love her and love NY!

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Gloucester CFO of Varian Named Applied Materials CFO and Gloucester’s Varian CEO as Applied Materials CEO

Would you look at that!  Lil’ old Gloucester’s Varian CFO and CEO named to heads of one of the largest multinational companies in the world- Applied Materials  #Boom! Applied Materials Names Bob Halliday CFO And Gary Dickerson CEO June 2012 … Continue reading

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Going On Right Now-Johnny O’Hara is Competing in the World Stand-Up Paddleboard Championships in Peru Watch It Live

Don’t know if you’re interested in posting this on the blog…Johnny O’Hara is competing in the world stand-up paddleboard championships in Peru right now. Check out Cape Ann Y member John O’ Hara competing in the world paddleboard championships in … Continue reading

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GDT Reports That The City Is Looking To Make I4-C2 A Temporary Parking Lot

City eyes I-4, C-2 for paid parking By Marjorie Nesin Staff Writer Gloucester’s waterfront I-4, C-2 lot, where many have found a free space to park over the past two years, could soon become a temporary metered lot if the … Continue reading

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Reminder from Natalia: Fly Amero & Bob Kramer @ Cafe Shalom Saturday, March 2

Temple Ahavat Achim (86 Middle St. in Gloucester, MA) continues to bring back its popular coffeehouse to sell out audiences, Café Shalom, on Saturday, March 2nd, from 7:00 to 10:00 PM, with an evening of contemporary acoustic music. Café Shalom … Continue reading

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Special Musical Appearances Coming to Cape Ann ~ Don’t Miss Them!

THIS SATURDAY MARCH 2nd MILE 21 will be having the original 2007 lineup on THE MINGLEWOOD STAGE!!! featuring SKA LEGENDS THE TOASTERS!!! 10$ @ The door. don’t miss it! Friday, March 8th Cherish the Ladies, the Number 1 Irish American … Continue reading

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Around the Dock


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GMG Stats and Top Ten Posts of The Day- February 25th, 2013 60,322 Views

60,000, as in 1,000 times 60 thank you for the correction Martin DelVecchio  

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More photos from the Mass. Cultural Council meeting at Bodin’s gallery

I got there towards the end of the meeting last Thursday, but I got a few photos… The meeting looked like a “who’s who of downtown Gloucester”! Anita Walker sounded very optimistic about the establishment of the cultural district. State … Continue reading

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Last night’s Snow Moon ~Good Harbor

  From The Farmer’s Almanac: February’s full Moon is traditionally called the Full Snow Moon because usually the heaviest snows fall in February. Hunting becomes very difficult, and so some Native American tribes called this the Hunger Moon. Other Native American tribes called this … Continue reading

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