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GloucesterCast With Toby Pett and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 4/19/14


 

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Topics Include: Gloucester MA, 01930, What up Homie?,  Jim Casey, Lighten Up Francis, Toby Pett, Chamber License Plate, Bringing GMG Back Old School, Passports Wine Dinner, Killer Cheeses, Sidewalk Sweeping Day, Carry In/ Carry Out, Patti Amaral, 40 Barrels?, Masspirg, Effort To Get 5 Cent Deposit On Water and Juice Bottles, Big Mike’s Bikes, Getting Around Gloucester Via Bike and Water Taxi, Toby’s List of the Best Bartenders In Gloucester, Stoli O Tonic, Lime Shortage, Gene Silviera, Erika Baert, Ellen Tasker, Molly Marks, Halibut Point, Jack Muniz, Jamie Verga, Lobsta Land
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GloucesterCast With Patti Amaral and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 4/18/14


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Topics Include: Gloucester MA, 01930,  Earth Day 2014, Carry In/ Carry Out, Sidewalk Sweeping Day, Rose Lopiccolo, Recycling, Rozalia Project, Maritime Gloucester,
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GloucesterCast With Peter and Vickie VanNess and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 4/16/14

 


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Topics Include: Gloucester MA, April 16 Snow, Peter VanNess, Vickie VanNess, Peter Lovasco Doing a Great Job With Cape Ann Weather, Bitstrips, Kevin Edson, Rice Cooker Hoax, Boston Strong, ACLU, Dog Leash Controversy, Bad Dog Owners,Beach Trash Barrels vs Carry In/Carry Out,  Larcom Theater, UU Meetinghouse, Henri Smith, Jon Butcher Axis, Celebrate Gloucester, Red Tape For Community Events, Castleberry Fairs, Block Party, Jackie Hardy, Tourism, Fun Should Not Be Illegal, Gran Prix of Gloucester, Cyclocross, I4C2, Downtown Parking Is Not Bad if You are Willing To Walk One Block (Which Is Less Walking You’ll Do If You Park In A Mall Parking Lot and Walk Into The Mall), People That Will Drive In Circles 20 Times Unless They Get A Parking Spot On Main St vs Parking On Rogers or Middle St, Stitcher App, Cross Platform, BossJock App, Email Subscription Service Is Broken, Explaining Hyperlinks, Sister Felicia, Shalin Liu, Embedding A Video, Get Her A Muzzle.
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Spring On The Waterfront From Peter Digre

Spring On The Waterfront From Peter Digre
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Watch “Wicked Tuna – Battle Royale Sneak Peek (30 sec)” on YouTube

Wicked Tuna – Battle Royale Sneak Peek (30 sec):

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Gloucester Harbor Wayyy Back From Will Bloombergh

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Gloucester Strong

On Monday, April 21, 2014, come on out to help spruce up our beautiful city. Thanks and see you tomorrow.
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Poignant Banksy Monarch Image Shared By GMG FOB Bing McGilvray

Banksy quote ~ “We don’t need any more heroes; we just need someone to take out the recycling.”

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GMG FOB Bing McGilvray posted this Banksy Monarch painting on our GMG Community Group. THANK YOU BING!

Another Banksy quote ~ “Writing graffiti is about the most honest way you can be an artist. It takes no money to do it, you don’t need an education to understand it and there’s no admission fee.”

 

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St. Patrick’s Church, New Orleans

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What a sweet couple

April 16, 2014 couple of ducks taking an afternoon swim

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Happy Easter from Sita’s Kitchen to your …Hope everyone is having a wonderful Day!

 

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Mamie’s Kitchen Recognized As Tops Gluten Free Joint

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Sunday April 20th , 2014 From Weather HQ’s…

Sunny and Beautiful 50°Degrees for you’re Easter Sunday !!!! Onshore winds 10-15 mph from the NE…

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It’s A Peep Showdown! Melissa Cox’ Peep Show vs Bill Cox’ Buoy Peeps–Who Ya Got?

You know I love my polls here on GMG- Today’s comes from Bill and Melissa Cox who are fiercely competing for the crown of inner household peep centerpiece dominance.

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Bill Cox’ Buoy Peeps

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RD & Homie Wishing You a Happy Easter

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Have you ever noticed what a weird name daffodil is? I had to look it up to make sure I spelled it right. It was affodil but the etymological merging from the Dutch article “de”, as in “De affodil”, and voila, a goofy name for the harbinger of summer.

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Thanks for Your Thoughts

During my recovery, I received many cards and gifts from friends wishing me well. Every single one is appreciated. Here are a few creative and unique examples. Clockwise from GMG's Rubber Duck: sign from a young Gloucester man, jigsaw puzzle from Florida folks, Easter card from Rockport's Alamo, another street sign from a Gloucester kid, as well as the blue 'Get Well Soon' background. I am getting well, and wish you all a Happy Easter. Fred

During my recovery, I received many cards and gifts from friends wishing me well. Every single one is appreciated. Here are a  few creative and unique examples. Clockwise from GMG’s Rubber Duck: sign from a young Gloucester man, jigsaw puzzle from Florida folks, Easter card from Rockport’s Alamo, another street sign from a Gloucester kid, – as well as the blue ‘Get Well Soon’ background. I am getting well, and wish you all a Happy Easter. Fred

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People start pollution people can stop it

Cat Ryan submits-

Hey Joey,

Whether you fall on the side of these commercials are a prime example of greenwashing, this is SUCH a landmark PSA, let’s make another parody, or hey wait a minute Iron Eyes Cody was Sicilian?—people of a certain age remember seeing the Ad Council’s Keep America Beautiful ads. Lassie and Lady Bird Johnson were helping the campaign, too. Wildflowers and THE dog.

I was a kid. This tv spot was memorable and effective.

And this one. William Conrad voice over.

The Rozalia Project lecture at Maritime Gloucester for the kick-off event of the first Harbor community clean up reminded me of these ads. In a positive way! Highways look better. Now on to our shoreline and ocean floors. There was a photo of a crab trying to maneuver past sunglasses and various beverage cans in Newport that specifically brought those commercials back to me. Oh, and check your toothpaste and skin polishers – no poly anything ingredient. Trust me.

The next day following that lecture, clean up happened all around the harbor, right at the water’s edge, different neighborhoods, and even by boat. Kudos to Maritime Gloucester for organizing and Harbortown and Rocky Neck Cultural Districts and other partners and volunteers.

At Maritime Gloucester, the Rozalia Project robot, Hector the Collector, went to work while Audie Tarr and others set out in boats for some surface retrieval. Gig Rowers in action, too.

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What Up Homie?

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Community Photos 4/20/14

Joey,
Last year the topic of Easter Parades came up.
In the 1950′s,most people went to church on Sunday. People dressed up for Easter Sunday. Most got a new outfit, shoes or hat.
The Easter Parade in Gloucester was on Easter Sunday afternoon along the Boulevard.
The attached picture is from 1952. We had just moved into my grandmother’s home at 22 Mansfield St.
Our family walked down to the Boulevard and Bill Cafasso took our picture and it was in the Gloucester Daily Times.
The information on the back of the photo says:

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22 Mansfield St.
Eileen Power, age 5
Nancy Power, age 10
Donald Power, Jr. age 3
Peter Marr, age 9
8 Mansfield St.
Easter Sunday, 1952
Eileen Power Davis died in 1985, leaving a husband and 3 children. 
Nancy Power Parsons is retired and lives in NJ with her husband.
They have 5 children, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Donald Power, Jr. is retired and lives in Albuquerque, NM
Don and his wife have 3 children and 6 grandchildren
Peter Marr was a neighbor and family friend. He remained on Cape Ann.
Happy Easter!
Nancy Power Parsons

Easter 1952

 


Hi Joey,

This is my very corny mini photo essay of the events of Wed. 4.16.14.

Winter is still biting at us, but spring is determined to emerge.   Keep smiling everyone.

Mary Barker

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Community Stuff 4/20/14

Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum Presents:

A Panel Discussion led by the Essex Writing Group: Topics in Essex History: Some Essex History,

Sunday, May 4, 2014, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum’s Waterline Center, 66 Main Street, Essex, MA 01929

Admission is free


Please join us on Sunday, May 4 from 1 – 4:30 p. m. in the Waterline Center at the Shipbuilding Museum.   We will learn about growing up in a clammer’s family during the depression and Revolutionary War veterans from Chebacco (now Essex).  Other topics will be about some very interesting people of Essex.  Carrie Andrews was a gifted singer who died tragically at a young age.  Annie Gosbee was a professional baseball player in a league of her own.  Rev. John Cleveland was a minister and a prominent patriot.
The Essex Writing Group provides an opportunity for those with an interest in Essex history to discuss, research, and prepare a permanent record of their work.  It is led by Karin Gertsch and Kurt Wilhelm, who have published books about Essex and Cape Ann.  Participation in the group is open to all.  This is the first presentation of a continuing program of their activities.
Light refreshments will be served.

Email:  info@essexshipbuildingmusem.org or leave a message with Kurt Wilhelm at 978-768-7342. 


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