A short video from today’s Gloucester Harbor Rowing Race via Martin Del Vecchio
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Isn’t it about that time of year for all the Crazies that Won’t get a Flu Shot To Come Out Of The Woodwork?
Announcer Is Tremendous But He’s Got Nothing On Our Anthony Saputo!
From David de los Santos Gil
After 9 months and 50,000 shots (only using 5.000 for the final video), my first flowers timelapse has finished. After a long work looking for flowers that would open fast, here is a list of the flowers that have been part of the timelapse: Lillium, hibiscus, carnations, orchids, dandelions, lilies, daisies, alstroemeria, peonies and nigella damask.
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In case your readers are interested in seeing a 30 second video of a classic (and common) Mola Mola or Ocean Sunfish. As you know they are a remarkably odd fish. This one was just a few miles outside the harbor.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, John Sebastian, Plays Gloucester Tonight — has a rock star this big ever played Gloucester before?
When’s the last time a rock star this big played in Gloucester? In fact, other than Billy Joel, who jumped on the piano a few times at the Studio many years ago, has any Rock & Roll Hall of Famer ever played Gloucester? Has anyone else who played at Woodstock ever played Gloucester? If you know these answers, please comment.
You can still get tickets (here) to tonight’s show at Gloucester’s UU Meetinghouse featuring Lovin’ Spoonful founder and writer of some of our generation’s most enduring #1 hits, like “Do You Believe In Magic?” “You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice.” “Daydream.” “Younger Girl.” “Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?” “Summer In The City.” “Rain On The Roof.” “Nashville Cats.” “Six O’Clock.” “Darling Be Home Soon.” “Younger Generation.”
After the show, John will hold a meet & greet and sign records, CDs, posters, Woodstock tickets … what ever memorabilia you bring — and you can get his new CD with David Grisman.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience music that defined a generation up close and personal!
Look for The Next Episode Of On The Waterfront With Shep Means From Cape Ann TV With Scenes Filmed Here At Our Lobster Dock
Check Out Episode One Here-
Great Blue Heron With The Quickness For The Win
Gopher can’t taste any good can it? Got to be all gamey and sinewy I’d imagine.
USCG Eagle Arrives in Gloucester Harbor
With Marine Scanner Chatter
Capt Pete of Cape Ann Harbor Tours took tourist out to catch lobsters in Gloucester Harbor. Happy tourist enjoyed the experience also see video below.
It’s not often that a rock star this big performs in downtown Gloucester. Remember The Lovin’ Spoonful?
How about Woodstock, which was 45 years ago this August?
When John Sebastian performs next Saturday at Gloucester’s UU Meetinghouse, he won’t be wearing the tie-dye jacket he’s got on in this video, because it’s now on display at the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. He will, however, sing some of his most enduring #1 hits like “Do You Believe In Magic?”, “Daydream”, “Summer In The City” and “Welcome Back” the theme song from Welcome Back Kotter.
And he’ll tell some wonderful, fascinating stories rooted in the major role he played in the mid-’60s rock revolution. Don’t miss this rare chance to experience music that defined a generation up close and personal. Get your tickets now (right here).
If you’re an old school FOB you remember The Bobskill Chronicles featuring Bobby Bobskill. Well it’s been a while and after a little run in the joint Bobby is BACK and still up to his old tricks.
Here’s a little refresher from back in 2008 when it all began-
And Now Bobby 2.0 2014 Edition
The More Things Change The More They Stay The Same-
An oldie from the blog and the poem still holds up I think.
Progress continues on the Birdseye Building, as now we can see the inside, as the walls crumble. Paul Nicastro recalls his grandmother’s house being on the site, along with twenty plus houses before Birdseye. Beach goer relaxes on Pavilion Beach.
When adding the tags for this post the first one I wrote was “Stepping On Legos” That would be a great title for a new blog, don’t you think?
Fishing gear at Milk Island. Milk Island’s a cormorant and blackback seagull nesting ground. Lots of of fishing gear washes up on its lengthy gravel bar running north towards Rockport. By August adult blackbacks start cannibalizing their young – grabbing fledglings by the neck and drowning them, dragging them ashore to pull them apart.