Stephanie is the lovely bride to be of Randy Oneil she also happens to be a real sweetheart and the daughter of Jack Palazola(with one z) from downtown’s Palazola’s sporting goods.
How long have you lived in Gloucester?
26 years off and on
What is your favorite season In Gloucester?
fall — fewer crowds and just-as-nice weather
What is your favorite pizza joint in Gloucester?
Alchemy — I like the brick oven, thin crust pizza best. Sebastian’s gets spot #2 for the opposite kind of pizza.
What is your favorite sub shop in Gloucester?
What place would you go for a romantic dinner in Gloucester?
The Rudder in the summer
The Franklin in the winter
What is your favorite bar in Gloucester?
What is your favorite breakfast joint in Gloucester?
What is your favorite local event in Gloucester?
Horribles Parade and fireworks
In the summer do you prefer the beach or to be on a boat?
Who is your favorite local artist?
Which is your favorite local beach?
Who has the best chowder in town?
Excluding GMG what is your second favorite local blog?
Do you prefer haddock chowder or clam chowder?
What were your thoughts on The Downtown Block Parties last year?
Can’t wait for the next one!!
What is your favorite local band?
Monthly Archives: February 2009
Irena Salina’s cautionary documentary is determined to stir things up. Water, the quintessence of life, sustains every creature on Earth. Flow: For the Love of Water is an inspired, yet disturbingly provocative, wake-up call. The future of our planet is drying up rapidly. Focusing on pollution, human rights, politics, and corruption, filmmaker Salina constructs an exceptionally articulate profile of the precarious relationship uniting human beings and water. While each community’s challenges are unique, the message is universal — the time to turn the tide is now.
“Galvanizing… An informed and heartfelt examination of the tug of war between public health and private interests.” -Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times
“The inconvenient truth at the center of ‘Flow: For Love of Water’ is that while the oil crisis is intensely debated and documented, disasters involving an even more essential fluid go perilously unnoticed.” -Fernando F. Croce, Slant Magazine
WERE THE WORLD MINE
Friday, Saturday & Sunday @ 7:15pm
Cape Ann Community Cinema (at Gloucester Stage)
267 East Main Street * East Gloucester * 978/282-1988
Timothy, prone to escaping his dismal high school reality through dazzling musical daydreams, gets cast by his eccentric teacher as Puck in his school’s production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” He stumbles upon a recipe for a love potion hidden within the script, and uses it to turn almost everyone in his narrow-minded town gay. With vibrant imagery, a first-rate ensemble cast and innovative music rivaling the best of pop/ rock and contemporary Broadway, “Were The World Mine” attempts to push modern gay cinema and musical film beyond expectation.
“Endearing…an indie alternative to Disney’s ‘High School Musical’.” -Stephen Holden, New York Times
“A rousing, warm-hearted spectacle.” -Stephen Farber, The Hollywood Reporter
Gloucester Cinema – Movies and Times
Cape Ann Lanes – Bowling
Sawyer Free Library– Events
Manchester Public Library – Valentine Craft Workshop
Sawyer Free Library- Museum Passes
Nothing in this photo looks like it belongs in the 21st century. Actually it was taken in 2001. I was told that the truck is still on the road.