Monthly Archives: April 2014

What? Can it Be? Chipotle Eggs Benny?

Aaron at Two Sisters Does it Again!
Chipotle Eggs Benedict, and it was AMAZING! (Listen to the 4-10-14 podcast to hear all about it!)

A closer look reveals the perfection!

And to Top It All Off… I give you the PATRIOT STRADA!

Breakfast Dessert you ask? Yeppers, and it was a show stoppa!

What will Aaron come up with next to amaze and dazzle? Stay tuned, or go find out for ya’self!

GloucesterCast With Guests Craig Kimberley, James and Anna Eves and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 4/9/14

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GloucesterCast With Guests Craig Kimberley, James and Anna Eves and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 4/9/14

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Topics Include: Crappy Coffee, Cape Ann Giclee, What Would You Lop Off Of Your Body To Go Back To 23 Years Old?, Cape Ann License Plate Debate, No Entry With A Codfish, The Angriest Most Hate Filled People In The Country, Custom Bumper Stickers, Bad Tattoos, Craig’s Prison Tat, The Rudder Opening Thursday Night, Peepers vs Crickets, Vernal Pond People, The Studio, Seaport Grille Tuna, Two Sisters Chipolte Hollondaise Eggs Bene, Patriot Strata, Tasty Burger, Top Dog, Yarde House, SRM Auto Detailing, iPad Not For Content Creation, Latest iPhone Image A Fake?, Joey’s Idea For A No Compromise Cell Phone Named The Brick, Joey’s Kickstarter, Throw Out The Weight Part Of The Equation, Give Me Some Guts, Apple Desktop Screens and Why Is There No PC Equivalent, Stitcher, Some Other Great Podcasts, Plugging In Your Cell Phone To Your Car’s Auxiliary Port, Email Subscribers Who Don’t Realize That They Can Access GMG Directly Through The Link www.goodmorninggloucester.com , The Internet Just Happened

The GloucesterCast Has Been Been Invited To Be A Station On Stitcher Radio On Demand! 

Check It!!!
Listen to Stitcher

 

It Wasn’t a Rumor!

The Rudder is open and it’s awesome! You would know that if you were here!!

Next Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team Trip is This Coming Friday Night, the 11th

Rick writes,

“If you want to be on our email list and get updates about events and field trips, let me know at cavpt@yahoo.com.

We had a nice field trip last night to Nugent’s Stretch. Lots of chorusing peepers and wood frogs. Nice congress of about 25 male spotted salamanders. Lots of spermatophores, no eggs yet. Various other sals, a few females mixed in. Sam Bevins found a very cuddly small newt. And fairy shrimp. Thanks to our experienced and most helpful field trippers- Colleen Anderson, Tracy Bowen and Sam Bevins.

Next trip:
Friday April 11, 2014 8:30pm
Meet at Walgreen’s parking lot on Main Street in Gloucester…
look for White Lightning, my big white van.

Did I mention… we need a treasurer?
Rick
we only have one earth, save it”

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Pretty white horse

 

April 6, 2014 prettyThere is pretty White Horse not to far from my house.  I love to visit this beauty.  Most likely not a true White horse but pretty and very friendly.

From Wikipedia, White horses are born white and stay white throughout their life. White horses may have brown, blue, or hazel eyes. “True white” horses, especially those that carry one of the dominant white (W) genes, are rare. Most horses that are commonly referred to as “white” are actually “gray” horses whose hair coats are completely white.

Music Throw-Back Thursday! MTBT

Who remembers Welcome Back Kotter?

John Sebastian who wrote and sang the theme song for “Welcome Back Kotter” is coming to The Larcom Theater on Thursday, May 8th.  Join Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee and writer of some of popular music’s most enduring #1 hits, including “Do You Believe In Magic?”, “Daydream”, “Summer In The City” and “Welcome Back” the theme song from Welcome Back Kotter, for an intimate evening at The Larcom Theatre.

John will perform two sets and offer a question/answer period during which you can ask him about Woodstock, The Lovin’ Spoonful, his Film & TV career or anything else you like. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience the music that defined a generation up close and personal.

80sWho remembers Jon Butcher from the ’80s??

Jon Butcher Axis: Celebrating the Music of Jimi Hendrix is coming to The Larcom Theater on Saturday, April 26th.

Jon’s dynamic new show is selling out theatres across the country.  Don’t miss this rare chance to experience a ROCK ICON up close in the best ROCK listening venue north of Boston!

 

Thursdays at Katrina’s just got whole lot cooler! This week Dan King brings Renee Dupuis and Annmarie Shimanonski. Tonight @ 8 for your listening pleasure.

 

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 https://www.facebook.com/katrinasgloucester
Katrina’s
14 Rogers St
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
Today 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Phone (978) 515-7817
Email tfuller01929@comcast.net

 

 

Dave Sag’s Blues Party to host Tim Gartland tonight @ The Rhumb Line 8-11….Put on your boogie woogie shoes!

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I’m proud to introduce to you a newcomer to our blues pile: Mr. Tim Gartland. Citizen, Harpist, and singer deluxe, I’ve had it on good account that he’s the man, and I’m really looking forward to squeezing out some blues with him as boss. Come cheer him on! I’ve corralled Mr. Jon Ross, meat-tearing guitarist from the boonies of Maine to serve as travel consultant. Mr. Jeff Casper, the friendly drummer will be serving canapés and queues. I’m bringing the Diaperine®.

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http://www.talkingharmonica.com/bioandpresskit.html

Have a listen

THE RHUMB LINE BAR & RESTAURANT
40 Railroad Ave.

Gloucester, MA 01930

phone: 978-283-9732

Let us keep out city and oceans clean

Don’t forget this Saturday we’ll be cleaning up the Paint Factory Road from 10-11 am, meeting at the Paint Factory at 32 Horton Street in Gloucester at 9:30 am as part of the The Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean Gloucester Harbor Cleanup. Bring your work gloves and wear boots. We also need data collectors with clipboards and pens. Special presentation at Maritime Gloucester Friday night from 7-8 pm free and open to the public. 7 Seas Whale Watch will be joining in the fun too–see you then!

http://www.whale.org/seeking-volunteers-gloucester-harbor-cleanup-april-12/

Coffee Art At Lone Gull!

The Ladies are Serving Fancy Coffee Today!
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Is Everyone Else Enjoying Listening To Podcasts Using Stitcher Like I Am?

The App seems just flat out flawless, and it’s free.   Frickin loving it!

Check Out The GloucesterCast on it and discover other great podcasts for your daily commute or downtime.

I’ve got a great one with Craig Kimberley, and James and Anna Eves this evening.

Listen to Stitcher

Thursday April 10th , 2014 Cape Ann Weather..

Marine Forecast…
Thu SW winds 5 to 10 kt…becoming S 15 to 20 kt with gusts up to 25 kt in the afternoon. Seas 2 to 4 ft.
Thu Night SW winds 15 to 20 kt with gusts up to 25 kt. Seas 2 to 4 ft. Scattered showers.

Today mostly sunny warm highs in the lower 60′s possibly cooling to the 50′s at the shore in the afternoon.. South west winds 15-20mph … Thursday night increasing clouds with a chance of some showers well after midnight .. Lows in the 40′s with a gusty south , south east wind 15-25mph and higher gusts to 35-40mph very possible….

Hourly Forecast…

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Community Stuff 4/10/14

Pathways Cape Ann Family Fun Fair

Saturday, April 12, 2014

9:30am-12pm

29 Emerson Ave., Gloucester

Featuring Curious Creatures, Interactive Puppet Shows, Face Painting, Arts & Crafts, Community Resources and more!

FREE Admission, FREE Raffle, FREE Fun!




SAVING THE SARGENT HOUSE,
AND YOUR OWN

PRESERVATION WORKSHOP

APRIL 30, 5-6PM at the SARGENT HOUSE MUSEUM
Members: Free. Non-Members: $10

Space is limited. Reserve in advance: office@sargenthouse.org

  • Do you have an older home?
  • Are your floors uneven?
  • Wonder what’s going on in your basement?

Learn how to inspect and care for the structural beams and piers in your basement and about what to do when trouble starts.
Glenn Batten, master carpenter, is handling the restoration of the Sargent House basement. He will give you a tour of the work he has done and answer questions in this short workshop designed to help you preserve your own home.
Glenn has extensive experience working on several significant historic properties including many owned by Historic New England.


This week at Sticky Fingers Bakeshop: spend $10 and get a free cookie when you mention Good Morning Gloucester or how much you love Joey C!
7 Pleasant St or 186 Main St inside Brown’s Mall!
Www.stickyfingersbakeshop.com
Lemon Berry Cake:

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The Rocky Neck Art Colony proudly hosts the 8th annual member’s Spring exhibition, HERE & NOW, in the newly renovated Cultural Center at Rocky Neck. The exhibition will take place from April 24 – May 11, 2014. The opening reception is on Saturday April 26, 2014, 4:00-6:00 pm.


POP GALLERY WELCOMES YOU BACK TO CAMP!

The girls from POP Gallery were at Bodin Historic Photo, for a Spring photo shoot of new clothing by our top selling screen printed brand, CAMP!

There are new designs available, including a LOBSTAH! (Captain Joey… we’re lookin’ at YOU!)

Come to POP and try one on! Vintage button down shirts for the buoys, vests, and super soft hoodies for the gulls!

Peggy Russell, owner of Pop Gallery and one of the founders of CAMP is pictured here sporting some GMG love and love for our dear friend, Fred!

And, of course… everyone’s favorite “IT” girl and Pop Gallery’s youngest employee, Andromeda Lammott, was there as well! These two got up to some crazy shenanigans in Fred’s windows, to drum up some business with their “live mannequin” act!

As you can see above, Andromeda is seen here wearing the new CAMP hoodies with screen printed sea horse design! 

Come to Pop this weekend, rain or shine and get outfitted for Spring and Summer! Trust us, you’ll be glad you did once that warm weather kicks in! 

Pop Gallery is located at 67 Main Street. And please take a minute to like our facebook page as well to keep up to date on what’s new in the shop!

Throwback Thursday Sista Felicia’s Annual Palm Sunday Easter Egg Hunt/Brunch

 

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Thursday is TBT~ Throwback Thursday on Facebook.  Every week I look forward to the dozens of old photos posted.  Today while working on a Sweet Sixteen Surprise for our twins latter this summer I came across some priceless old photos of friends and family at a few of our past Annual Palm Sunday Easter Egg Hunts/Brunch’s, that I just had to share!  A few children in the photos have already graduated from college, others are graduating from college this year, many from high school, and dozens are currently completing their sophomore year of high school now…to all our friends and family…I hope you enjoy this journey back in time!