Category Archives: Video
She was a nice duck….not really.
Now, some folks may have seen the Tony Hawk spoof video about hover boards, but this one right here is the real deal. They have a kickstarter as you would imagine, and yes it’s over funding in like a day. May introduce to you the HENDO HOVER BOARD!
There comes a time in the whole engagement process where a guy’s gotta have the balls enough to just say- “No, I’m not gonna do a Spice Girls video with you.” Bottom Line. End of Story.
Zero chance this dude ever lives this down from the absolute beatdown his boys are gonna lay on him.
October 30-November 9
Thu, Fri, Sat at 7:30, Sun at 3pm
Adults $20, Seniors $15, Students $10
Opening night, Thurs Oct 30 benefit for Gloucester Writers Center-all welcome
Gorton Theatre (home of Gloucester Stage Co.) 267 E. Main Street, Gloucester.
Purchase your tickets online using PayPal or a major creditcard (no account required). Click here to purchase
NOTE:Unfortunately you can only purchase one type of ticket at a time. You will be able to change the quantity in the next step.
Here’s some irony: Earlier this month, the Boston Globe announced this year’s Boston Music Wards nominees (see here) which include Gracie Curran for Blues Artist of the Year. A few days later the Boston Herald cited Gracie Curran’s move from the Boston area to Memphis as an example of local blues artists’ response to the a loss of venues that offer them a place to preform (see here).
Vickie and I are bringing Gracie back to Beverly’s Larcom Theatre next Saturday NOV 1, for one night only with young, award-winning piano player Victor Wainwright, who got the first standing ovation at this year’s Gloucester Blues Fest. GET TIX HERE.
Tomorrow, you can hear Gracie talk about the her career, the Blues, Memphis, Boston and much more on Aurelia Nelson’s Curtain Up radio show on North Shore 104.9FM at 9am. Yeah, this will be worth getting up for.
What happened to getting going to parties and trying to hook up when you were in college?
What’s with the violence?
Doesn’t look like my idea of any kinda fun at all. If the demographic displayed in these videos are the student population from Keene State then their PR department better have some magical wizards or something. Right now people sending their kids off to school you gotta figure Keene State just raced to the very last pick in the US. Like if you gotta pick between Keene State and garbage collector you almost gotta go garbage collector. Beats getting smoked in the head with a bottle. Not sure how you recover from this kind of bad look.
The kids in this video make the drek that hangs out in the MacDonalds /7 Eleven Parking lot look like the Debutantes and future rulers of America. Mutant City at Keene State Pumpkin Fest. Mutant City.
The Rotary Club of Gloucester will host a Trivia Night on Friday, October 24, at the Gloucester House, located at 63 Rogers Street in downtown Gloucester. The doors will open at 6 p.m. and the game will begin at 7 p.m. Teams of four will compete for the title of Cape Ann Trivia Champions.
All trivia fans are invited to this fun night of knowledge and laughter. The registration fee is $100 for a team of four players. Proceeds from this event will support programs of the Gloucester Rotary Club. The night will also feature a 50/50 raffle, a cash bar, and light snacks for purchase. A registration form is attached to this email. Additional forms may be obtained any Gloucester Rotary Club member or may be downloaded from www.GloucesterRotary.us
Konecky Striking Fear Into the Hearts Of All Gloucester Rotarian Trivia Contestants
The Old Wrap The Pink Tickets around Your Head Move. Totally Psyches Out The Competition Every Time. Konecky Playing Chess Here While Everyone Else In The Room Is Playing Checkers. Sniff Sniff, Yep, I Smell Fear!!!!
Cox displaying zero confidence in her trivia game right here while Fine displays her Star Trek IV good luck pin.
You’re gonna need a whole lot more than a lucky Star Trek Pin Fine. We’re Gunnin For You!
With Halloween just around the corner, I thought this would be fun.
I’d be out of this coffee shop so fast…I don’t care if I paid with a $100. You can keep the change…just let me go!
Calling All Chefs World Premiere in NYC Featuring Paolo Laboa Chef Who Will Be Opening In Former Space of Alchemy
Nubar Alexanian’s documentary short, Calling All Chefs is having its World Premiere at the NYC Food Film Festival on October 30th. Produced by Walker Creek Media, this is the story of the improbable collaboration between a sub shop owner and a Michelin-starred Italian chef who moved to Cape Ann with his family and needed a job.
Both Alexanian & Laboa will be at the premiere in New York, where Chef Paolo and his wife Mercedes will be making a little something special for all 300 guests to taste while they watch the film.
If you’ll be in NYC you can get tickets HERE. The NYC Food Film Festival is a wonderful event, where people who love food can eat, drink and watch films about the growing, prepping and cooking of all kinds of food.
Editor’s note: Paolo Laboa and wife Mercedes will be opening up shop in the former Alchemy space soon.
Jim writes, “A bird’s eye view of a spectacular sunrise on Thacher Island off the coast of Rockport and Gloucester. The Twin Lights guard mariners from the rocky coast and they also guide them back to safe harbor.” Shot and edited by Jim Capillo.
The first video is of Good Harbor Beach and the salt marsh:
The second video is of the Annisquam River from the cut bridge to the MBTA bridge and beyond:
The photos are available here
On May 28, 2008, Adam LeWinter and Director Jeff Orlowski filmed a historic breakup at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland. The calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full mile across a calving face three miles wide. The height of the ice is about 3,000 feet, 300-400 feet above water and the rest below water.
Chasing Ice won the award for Excellence in Cinematography at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and the Best Documentary from the International Press Association. It has won over 30 awards at festivals worldwide. Still playing in theaters worldwide.
Some of Craig and Martin’s Drone Work-