Daily Archives: February 27, 2013

This Is A Man’s Scarf Damnit!

Well at the Mass Cultural Council Meeting at Fred Bodin’s I was envious of my pal Melissa Cox’ super soft scarf.  I asked her to make me one and she gave me the one around her neck.  Such a good … Continue reading

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Chickity Check It! Bookman’s Log From Greg Gibson

Joey: Your readers might be interested in this week’s entry in my blog "Bookman’s Log" parked on my home page at http://tenpound.com/ It’s called "A Modest Proposal." To read the entire entry click here Best, Greg Gibson Ten Pound Island … Continue reading

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Chickadees in flight


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Happy Landing

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Surfers waiting for the perfect wave in Magnolia Harbor

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Any man that tells you…

That the 5 minutes a month they spend shaving their nuts isn’t the most terrifying 5 minutes of their month is flat out lying to you.

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We can’t forget lovely Rockport

My heart is in Gloucester, but Rockport is lovely too. E.J. Lefavour http://www.khanstudiointernational.com/galleryphotomontage2013.htm

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The Tony Gross Letter Clarifying the Role of the Waterways Board

Tony Gross Shares Recent Accomplishments and Long Range Goals of the Waterways Board. Gloucester Daily Times, February 26, 2013 To the editor: Last week, an inflammatory Times editorial called for the disbanding of the Waterways Board. It’s unfortunate that the … Continue reading

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My Book “Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities” at the Rhode Island Flower Show!

My friend JoeAnn sends this pic from the Rhode Island Flower Show. Thanks JoeAnn! Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden

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Celebrating Gloucester’s Gabriel, Sylvester “Hooley” Ahola in March

Check out this news release sent by Sara Wester about two very fun looking events : Celebrating Gloucester’s Gabriel, Sylvester “Hooley” Ahola In March, Gloucester will be celebrating the life and music of our own world famous trumpeter.  Two events will … Continue reading

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Thursday night blues party to host Evan Goodrow with Benny Benson on drums @ The Rhumb Line 8-11

Dave says, Forest Lawn Productions is proud to present  Mr. Evan Goodreau, gootarist, and gargly vocalist to our massive stage this week, as the Dave Sag birthday bash draws to a close. Evan is our certain crowd-pleaser and resident chick … Continue reading

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This Jacket and Jim McCoy Saved My Life

Fred Bodin post for Marsha (last name withheld) This Jacket and Jim McCoy Saved My Life On December 19th, 2012, Gloucester resident Marsha (last name withheld) walked out to the end of Dog Bar Breakwater on Eastern Point on a … Continue reading

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“Flash Mob” for the Grace Center

  WHO: All members of the Cape Ann Community wishing to support Grace Center, Inc. WHEN: Saturday, March 23 – Registration between 6:00-7:00 p.m. March begins at 7:15 p.m. WHERE: Meet at Gloucester High School to join others as we … Continue reading

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Pet of the Week- Lanister!

Hi!  I am looking out the window here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter in Gloucester. The shelter here is amazing – they have everything and the volunteers and staff are so … Continue reading

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2-25-13 Good Harbor before the Full Moon

Twin Lighthouses Also known as Cape Ann Light Station, these twin lights are the only surviving multiple lights on the coasts of the United States. The original 45-foot towers were constructed and lit in 1789—making them among the oldest of … Continue reading

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Dwight Hebert Back Shore Video For The Snow Birds

Dwight writes- This is a video for all those snow birds…..reminding them of the beauty they are missing in Gloucester February 25th, 2013 Gloucester MA

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A Day in the Life of the Harbor This Thursday, February 28th Sponsored by Maritime Gloucester

Tell us what you see on the harbor! Imagine a “Day in the Life of” photo series or the Audobon bird watch. The purpose is to capture a real-time snapshot of what is happening on or about Gloucester Harbor on … Continue reading

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