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GloucesterCast 126 With Aurelia Nelson, Dan Martin, Toby Pett, Peter Van Ness and Host Joey Ciaramitaro

Topics Include:Aurelia Nelson From 104.9 Show Curtain Up, Listen To 104.9 On Demand Here, Lorenzo Lamas As A Guest, Peter Van Ness from GMG and www.GimmeLive.com, Gloucester vs Beverly Music Scene, HarborWalk Outdoor Movie Series, The Origins Of 104.9, Lindsay Crouse, How Did 104.9 Get The Red Sox?, Billy Costa and Dana Hersey, How Does 104.9 Gage Listener Interest?, Peter Goes On About a Bunch Of Old Bands As My Eyes Glaze Over, Peter and Vickie’s Eighties Revue Show Coming Up, Dan Talks About The Challenges Of Working With Aurelia ;) ,North Shore Sports Desk, Nick Curcuru Blooper Reel, Joey’s Failure and Learning Experience With Gallagher, Learning Experiences While Interviewing People, Aaron Neville, A Stream Of Obscenities from Aurelia, Death Row Meal For Aurelia and Dan, The Franklin and The Azorean, Bucket List Tourist Vacation Spots, Taste Of Cape Ann, Aurelia Torments Me With Talk Of The Rubber Duck, Blues Festival At Stage Fort On Tap, Are There Job Opportunities For Young People In Gloucester.
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GloucesterCast 125 With Rick Moore, Toby Pett, Sista Felicia and Host Joey Ciaramitaro #GloucesterMA

Topics Include: Guest Rick Moore From www.moorestuffonline.com, New Balance Boston Marathon Special Edition Fastah Sneaker, Doc Enos, Interview With Fire Chief Smith About The Woman Who Drove Into The Water At Fisherman’s Wharf, Changes In Technology For MooreStuffOnline, Felicia Will Never Publish An Online Cookbook, 104.9, Shout Out To Pete Kelly, Aurelia Nelson Coming In To Tape A GloucesterCast Tomorrow, Poll- Should Boston or Massachusetts Voters Vote On Whether The Olympics Should Come To Boston, Fuller School, Does Brady Retire A Patriot- Rick Moore’s Take.

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Video: Home Buying 101: Research! From Kenny MacCarthy #GloucesterMA

Joey C:

For More Cape Ann Real Estate Info-
https://capeannhome.wordpress.com/

Originally posted on Cape Ann Home:

House Hunting Or Ready To List Your Home?
Contact Kenny at 978-758-0983

Contact Kenny For Personalized Real Estate Information Or Just To Chat About Your Real Estate Needs- 978-758-0983

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Community Photos 3/27/15

Hi Joey,

Thanks for posting my rabbit dilemma. Your readers were generous with their suggestions. 

Have you been by Good Harbor beach parking lot? Hard to imagine someone hasn’t sent you pictures – I may have missed it. It looks like the moon. I couldn’t resist pulling over today to catch this guy climbing the mountain of snow that is very very slowly melting. Good luck with opening the lot by March 31…

Jeanne Blake

Good Harbor


A sizable group of Gloucester people turned out to see Gloucester native Francine Pallazola Cavanaugh sing at the Punta Gorda (Florida) Elks Lodge Wednesday night.

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Pride Stride Pledge Sheet

Gloucester Pride Stride is getting close! We encourage all Non-Profits to sign up a team and start collecting pledges. This is a great way to fundraise for your group. All completed pledge sheets turned in prior to April 17th will be entered into a drawing for one of four extra $50 bonus payouts for your organization.

Sunday April 26th at Stage Fort Park

Thank you,

Pride Stride Committee

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Marine Dan Cary born and raised in Gloucester, Massachusetts. He was shot in the back…

This young man is Marine Dan Cary born and raised in Gloucester, Massachusetts. He was shot in the back and sustained injuries there and into his abdomen by a powerful M16 while stationed in Georgia. The injuries are many.

He has undergone a second surgery to repair damages and is still in critical condition. He needs more surgery tomorrow; it will be his third one.

Throughout this horrific ordeal it would benefit Dan to receive the support of his community and beyond. His mother reads to him messages from Facebook and although he is intubated, unable to speak, he is able to let her know he likes hearing the messages.

Let us each send a message to Dan showing our support and a willingness to pray that he heals, gets strong and comes home soon.

Permission is granted to circulate by his Aunt Tina Russell. God Bless Dan Cary, his family and all of you for taking the time to read this and respond to one of our soldiers.

‪#‎DANSTRONG‬.

Lynne Anderson's photo.

If you have any questions or want more detail, and there is much detail, contact Tina Russell via Facebook.  Thank you for considering posting this…we want as much support as possible for our native son.

Vignette Lamott Is A Harbor Cove Dental Fan @HarborCoveDenta #GloucesterMA

You Can Own The American Eagle For $750,000 (Which Is a Steal Considering How Much Money They’ve Dumped Into The Adventure)

The American Eagle Has Been Completely Restored Meticulously And Can Actually Take Paying Passengers

(No slight to the well intentioned and passionate people who have donated millions upon millions to the restoration of The Schooner Adventure)  It’s going to be awesome once The Gloucester’s Big Dig Adventure gets sailing but in the meantime you can get the last Gloucester built fishing schooner which is a proven turn key sail operation.

Thanks Anthony Marks for submitting-

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Here’s the link to the listing- http://www.davidjonesclassics.com/sail/3464/american-eagle-92-gloucester-fishing-schooner-750000/

When I knew the American Eagle she was offloading whiting here at our dock- Captain Joe and Sons and she looked like she did in this first picture-

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Frankie and I would nail the wooden box covers on the boxes of whiting to be shipped to New York’s Fulton Fish Market.  If you would have told me back then that The American Eagle would ever have gotten the makeover it got and be selling in 2015 for $750,000 I would have laughed you out of the building.  Probably one of the greatest success stories out of many failed dreams of restoring old, huge money to maintain wooden fishing boats.


Rosalie Parisi forwards this link back in 2012-

The American Eagle used to offload whiting and groundfish here at our dock back in the day.  It was an eastern rigged dragger which most of the Gloucester fleet was back then and Captained by Rosalie’s father Captain Joe Piscitello. 

The American eagle was bought from her father and converted into the boat she is now, a schooner.  You can read all about it here- http://www.schooneramericaneagle.com/about/history.htm

 

and now this is what she looks like-

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More GMG coverage of Modern Day American Eagle-

The 2012 Gloucester Schooner Festival “The American Eagle”

Sail Gloucester 09- The American Eagle 4:40AM 7/6/09

Live Blogging The 2014 Schooner Race With Play Action Call From Daisy Nell!

The Schooner Defender From Al Bezanson

The 30th Annual Gloucester Schooner Festival and Parade of Sails is Just Around the Corner!

2013 Schooner Race Results

Watching the Schooners from Niles Beach Friday Night

PISCITELLO FAMILY 1934 and Now Family Reunion

They are neck & neck

Let The Race Begin! from Vito Piscitello

Schooner Festival Images: Saturday

Community Stuff 8/17/12

29 days to the Gloucester Schooner Festival

Last of The Eastern Rigs From Jon Campbell

The Last Schooner

Sharon Update: Out at sea

Nick Parisi Photos Of The Picton Castle

Gloucester At Dawn Spirit Of Massachusetts 7/6/09 4:45AM

Closing Time

This is one blog post that I don’t consider myself worthy to write for a couple of different reasons.  First of all, with only 15 years of residency in the amazing town of Rockport, I’m still a bit of a newcomer.  Secondly, my behind has never had the privilege of sitting in one of the well-worn leather seats that could tell almost 60 years worth of tales. Let alone the iconic horse saddle seat.  If scissors could speak.  What in the world am I talking about?   Well, THE hub of Rockport, of course.  Walt Julian’s barber shop.

As new parents, my husband and I made lots of decisions together…and some apart.  We agreed together on finding out the sex of our children before they were born.  We agreed together on names.  I, for example, decided on what the nursery would look like. And my husband, without consultation, decided that naturally their first haircuts would be done by the one-and-only Walt.  As if I would have argued.

Even prior to my own children, I can remember MANY an early morning that my husband would creep out of bed at a somewhat insane hour to get a jump on the line at Walt’s.  I still laugh about the day that he left at the crack of dawn as I slept on in disbelief.  I grew even more incredulous when the phone rang and it was one of his good friends….who had recently moved to Beverly…calling to see if he had already left the house.  When I said that he had already been gone for about 15 minutes all I got in return was, “Oh crap.  I’m never going to beat that line. Click.”

So, I’m sure most of you know by now, that Walt Julian has closed his barber shop. With almost 60 years of story telling, listening, laughing, trimming, buzzing, shaving, and lollipop giving….he leaves an enormous scrapbook of memories in his wake.

While I’ve only met Walt a handful of times myself…and I am not as rooted in history here in Rockport as many others are…I am thrilled and honored to have photos of Thatcher and Finn in Walt’s care.

Congratulations, Walt, on a respected and iconic career, for creating memories for generations of Cape Ann residents, and, now, on your retirement.

I wonder just how many family scrapbooks contain photos of you!  You will be missed!

Live From Opening Night Of “The Sound Of Music” at Rockport Middle School





Fantastic Performance… Sista gives it a Two thumbs up! 





Show is running March 26-29 … A must see! 



Back Stage with the cast!

Rick Moore from @msowebradio Represents With A Sweet New GMG Cap! #GloucesterMA

Rick Moore from @msowebradio Represents With A Sweet New GMG Cap!

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Just Packed Up A New Batch For Shipping Today. If you ordered one, they’re on their way!

Another shipment of GMG Caps Ready For The Post Office! Get yours here – http://goo.gl/jVc2Bj

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Order your new stonewashed charcoal colored GMG Cap here

Seals Basking…In the Fog?

Seals Brace Cove Brace's Rock ©Kim Smith 2015The seals appeared as delighted as we were for today’s return of warmer temperatures! I counted 22, five on one rock alone, socializing and lollygagging on the rocks at Brace Cove, despite the complete lack of sunshine.Seals Brace Cove Brace's Rock Eastern point Gloucester ©Kim Smith 2015

Niles Pond driftwood ©Kim Smith 2015JPGThe giant twelve-foot log tossed by the sea, up and over onto the Niles Pond side of the causeway, is seemingly supported by nothing but frozen snow. And Niles Pond is still thawing, with only a small cluster of mallards huddled together in the center of the ice. I hope the swans return soon!

Niles Pond frozen ©Kim Smith 2015

Cape Ann’s Farmers’ Market at the Gloucester Unitarian Church on Saturday


For more information please click on the following link:
http://capeannfarmersmarket.org/

Rubber Duck Listened to a GMG Podcast!

This photo is in honor of Aurelia Nelson and her bringing a GMG sticker and a rubber duck to France for a wedding. Rubber Duck loves weddings.

This photo is in honor of Aurelia Nelson (North Shore 104.9) and her bringing a GMG sticker and a rubber duck to France for a wedding. Rubber Duck loves weddings. (Aurelia, send photos to RD, Joey will just burn them.) Joey’s retelling of Capt. Tom Ellis of the Lannon mistaking the Rubber Duck as the GMG mascot was also heart warming. Homie loves that story! Then there was the part where Peter tried to bring up RD visiting Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute. Did Joey try to strangle him?

LIVE FROM FENWAY SOUTH: Twins @Sox – #gloucesterma, #fenwaysouth, #theherd

Game Time folks! And guess who wants my autograph first??
Colin Cowherd!

Then he has a moment. ( Most do when they finally meet me)

Hate the shirt, not the season.

Oh, and my sponsor and favorite Sox Fan, JOANY!!!

What a park!!

The retired folks waiting room to heaven.

Stay tuned for game time updates all week!!
#craigshoots to follow!

Sax Gordon Tonight! Dave Sag’s Blues Party @ The Rhumb Line 8:30-11:30pm 3.26.2015

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Dave says,

So, this is the big one: The return of the one and only Mr. Gordon Beadle. The man with the golden Sax. This hypoxia-inducing master of the honky sax will have you gasping for breath as he literally sucks all the oxygen out of the room and recycles it wobbling directly into your pineal gland. Woe to those who miss this.
But, wait, there’s more: Mr. Edd Scheer, leader of the Love Dogs, will be bashing the drums and singing all those crazy old songs that you know and love. Furthermore, Mr. Mike DiBari will be plucking those glitar strings. this could be one of my all-time favorite units to work with. It always takes me two days to recover! We all sing, we all play and we’re gonna laugh our asses off, to boot.  You should come!

http://www.saxgordon.com/

 

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