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This is the first time I’ve raised the flag since January. I’m home again with my birds. I have missed them. In this photo, I meant to show my “bullet hole,” but it’s hidden behind my right shoulder. Just as well! Photo, with flawless framing, is by my friend Donna Ardizzoni.
John McElhenny of Matter Communications writes:
Good news: Rand McNally and USA Today have just named Gloucester one of 5 Eco-Friendly Small Towns in America! It’s a nice honor for our city. The article is here.
Rand McNally asked on Twitter this week for nominations of eco-friendly cities. When we tweeted back Gloucester’s designation as a “Green Community” in 2010 – and this GoodMorningGloucester post about it — the editors liked it and included Gloucester in their Top 5 list. As usual, when something positive is happening in Gloucester, GoodMorningGloucester is involved!
Gloucester is still in the running for Rand McNally’s Most Beautiful Small Town in America 2012. If you haven’t voted already, click here and hit the green “Review and Vote” button. Let’s make Gloucester #1!
CAPE ANN COMMUNITY CINEMA
21 MAIN ST. – 2ND FLOOR
(ABOVE MYSTERY TRAIN)
GLOUCESTER, MA 01930
SHOW TIMES: THURS. 10/8 @ 7:30PM; FRI. & SAT. OCT. 9 & 10 @ 5:00PM; SUN. OCT. 11 @ 2:30PM
“45365″ (pronounced: four-five,-three-six-five) captures small town American life in striking reality style that peels away the layers of Sidney, Ohio — population 20,000 — to reveal a deeper shared experience. Middle America turns out to be much more complicated than a Norman Rockwell painting would have us believe. Filmmakers Turner and Bill Ross deliver slices of life in gorgeous HD photography building the unique faces, places, and events into a powerful mosaic of humanity.
Part of our 32-day DoctoberFest Documentary Film Festival.