Category Archives: Video
Put A Good Buzz On – Allen Estes and Will Hunt at the Gloucester Block Party July 2014
Cape Ann TV Video shot by Chris Mullen, Steven Essery, James Frye, John Walker, Dylan Benson and Jim Capillo. Edited by Jim Capillo
Updated:Updated:Updated: Times article: City health chiefs back continuing fluoride use By James Niedzinski Staff Writer GDT
The question was posed-
Dr Bakland can you give us some professional input on the taking Floride out of the drinking water debate?
I don’t know the first thing about it but lately I’ve been getting a ton of press releases on it.
Much like the “don’t get your kid vaccinated” push I don’t want to put out a bunch of statistics put together by pseudo scientists.
Can you shed some fact based light on the issue before it comes in front of the City Council?
Update: Dr Bakland’s Office Assistant Angela just called to tell me the Good Doctor is out of the office currently but she will relay the message
Update #2 The good Doctor has spoken.
I said I’d wait to hear from someone I knew and trusted that had a ton of experience in first hand dentistry to hear what they had to say on the Flouride in water issue. Dr Leif Bakland is my guy. If you know Dr Bakland then you know he doesn’t have any hidden agenda other than to put his patient care first. I value his opinion and he gave it-
Submitted on 2014/07/21 at 10:43 pm
Hi Joey, evidently, fluoride is a hot topic. I will say that I am definitely for fluoridated water supply. It’s safe and effective. I’ve been in practice for over 30 years and have treated families from fluoridated and non fluoridated communities, there Is a difference!
There you have it. I have a feeling it doesn’t matter to those who already had their minds made up but I’m going with the local guy without an agenda and with over 30 years first hand experience.
Harbor Cove Dental, where all the cool kids get their teeth taken care of.
July 23, 2014
By James Niedzinski Staff Writer
Gloucester’s public health leaders support the continued addition of fluoride to the city’s drinking water, but a local anti-fluoridation group is trying to have the mineral removed.
The debate surfaced earlier in Rockport, where voters at an upcoming Town Meeting will decide whether to put a fluoride question on a ballot for the next local election.
The issue was raised by the Cape Ann Fluoride Action Network, a group that is trying to remove fluoride from the city’s water, as well.
“Our mission is to educate the public on the dangers of fluoride and petition the city to remove fluoride from the drinking water,” said Tracey Chiancola, member of the action network and a Gloucester resident.
She said sodium fluoride first surfaced as a byproduct of the aluminum industry in the 1940s and 1950s.
“I became concerned we’re drinking this substance that’s toxic,” she said. From there, she reached out to doctors, dentists and members of various institutes. She said some problems caused by sodium fluoride include learning disabilities and brain development. She also said a majority of Europe has unfluoridated water, with similar rates in tooth decay.
In response, however — and in an effort to better educate the public about their view — Dr. Richard Sagall, who chairs the city’s Board of Health and Noreen Burke, Gloucester’s public health director say the benefits of fluoride are clear.
For the entire article at the Gloucester Daily Times website click here
If you’re in the Real Estate Game and not watching Kenny MacCarthy’s Cape Ann MarketWATCH you’re just plain loco.
Call Kenny for all your real estate needs buying or selling, he’s the man- 978-758-0983
Nobody is using technology to bring you this kind of analysis like Kenny does and that is my kinda Real Estate agent.
July 18, 2014
75 and comfortable
This week, we’re talking about:
- Comparison of inventory: April vs. Now
- 8 homes in Rockport, Gloucester and Manchester
EDWARD HOPPER (July 22, 1882-1967)
See what’s on their easels: a 1960s video excerpt of Edward Hopper and Jo working in their former studio and home at 3 Washington Square North, NYC.
I’m not kidding. The FCC is seriously considering new rules that would allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to slow down content from GMG and speed up content from someone else, who’s willing to pay extra to have their content delivered faster. So, for example, if a large media company (e.g., AOL, Time Warner, Comcast, Universal) wanted to start a local blog, it could pay your ISP to have its content delivered faster and have GMG’s content slowed down. Now if you don’t think ISPs would intentionally slow things down, watch this very funny, and insightful piece by John Oliver:
Lots of people have already commented — so many that the FCC site crashed last week. Technically, the deadline for the first round of public comments is over, but there’s another round and you can still comment here.
Not convinced? Watch this more in-depth New York Times piece on Net Neutrality.
I don’t usually make political posts on GMG, but this issue affects the blog itself, so I figure it’s time to take some action.
Cutting right to the heart of the Market Basket Boycott, asking point blank and clearing up any misconceptions about the employees mission.
Part 1 Director of the Cape Ann Museum, Ronda Faloon, digs deep and shares what we need to know about its dazzling transformation, maps it out and starts us at the enticing ground floor
Click video to listen-
Cat Ryan writes-
With a world class collection and legacy, its ongoing support of contemporary arts, and robust exhibition schedule the Cape Ann Museum has no problem keeping the experience of art alive and present, and compelling.
It’s where you can come experience something that is not part of everyday life.
Ronda Faloon, Director of the Cape Ann Museum, discusses the museum’s transformation over the past 10 months and gives GMG exclusive access leading up to the grand re-opening. Getting there required long hours and difficult conditions, a 5 million dollar capital campaign and a ten month closure. This stellar collection is shown in even better conditions.
There will be a week of celebratory and special events beginning with the kick-off gala of August 16, 2014, and open to the public Tuesday August 19th. Visit www.capeannmuseum.org for all the details, and sign up for progress updates.
Click Floor Plan to Expand Full Screen
Preach Fred, Preach!
For all the details-
Click for the video-
2014 Annual Rhumb Line Striper Tournament July 27th
The annual Rhumb Line Striped Bass Tournament is a family-friendly event and will be held this year on July 27th.
Registration is $20 for adults and $15 for under 16.
Registration includes a free T-shirt and a free cookout in our parking lot at the weigh in.
Sign up early and no later than Saturday night July 26th.
Just in case you’re one of those people who thinks blues is a bunch of old folks singing sad songs, you’ve got to check out young rising star, Victor Wainwright, who will have you dancin’ on the grass at Stage Fort Park on August 9. Just 2 weeks left to save $12 on your Gloucester Blues Festival Tickets (get them here).
Exciting news from Rick and Lindsay in this year of coming home and creating an incredible community spiritual center in the heart of Gloucester’s Downtown. We speak about the new center and what’s new for this year’s Summer Retreat.
Click to watch the video below and follow the links for more info-
From Cape Ann TV’s Lisa Smith:
On the Waterfront is a brand new, original production from Cape Ann TV. The show takes an in-depth look at the Cape Ann ecosystem, highlighting the people and businesses that rely on the ocean for survival. The premiere episode features the lifecycle of the clam. Shep Means, a clammer from Essex and Gloucester hosts the show. Join Shep as he goes digging on the clam flats and the beach, stops by Essex Shellfish to weigh them up, then visits Intershell to see them shucked and packaged, and finally to Woodman’s to fry them and eat them.
Air times on TV are:
Tuesday, July 22 at 7:30 pm
Wednesday, July 23 at 9:00 am and 8:00 pm
Friday., July 25 at 11:30 am and 8:30 pm
Saturday, July 26 at 9:00 pm
Sunday, July 27 at 9:30 am and 11:00 pm
Click to View Video Interview With Jen and Jack-
Event info can be found at GEF website: www.thinkthebest.org
Tickets can be purchased online or at the door: $75 each- the YMCA is offering inexpensive childcare
Chelsea is back from a her national tour and will be performing Friday (7/25) at Cape Ann Marina’s Waterfront Pavilion (the BIG tent). There are still seats available and you can get tickets here.
We know we live in a very special music community when someone who made her name in Gloucester comes back from a national tour and remembers where she got her start by appearing on local radio and performing in local venues.
Aren’t you glad you live here?
Just in case you don’t know who Chelsea Berry is, check out this video of her at Shalin Liu:
From John McElhenny-
Did someone say “the new playground equipment has arrived”? It’s a HUGE week in the renovation of Burnham’s Field in central Gloucester. Here’s your Burnham’s Field renovation video update.
- John McElhenny, Friends of Burnham’s Field www.burnhamsfield.org
I was talking with a friend the other day about how our young children are like little sponges and we shared stories about the crazy amounts of information that they are able to learn…and I remembered this little video.
I count my blessings every day that Thatcher and Finn are in love with learning and that they appreciate all that is being introduced to them at the Harborlight-Stoneridge Montessori School.
Thatcher took this video of Finn practicing a song that he learned to remember all of the countries in Africa….and then it leads into his actual performance with his Preschool class….during which, he clearly needs to pee and it appears he is breaking a sweat trying to remember the words. He is also busting out some of his father’s mad dance moves :) Undeniably my husband’s child.
And…along those same lines…
WOW! Good news is you don’t have to choose because they’ll ALL be at the Gloucester Blues Festival in 3 1/2 weeks. And if you get your tickets now (right here), you’ll save $12. You really don’t want to miss this one . . .
Obvious reasons, right?
See the full Harbor Walk Summer Cinema schedule here.