Monthly Archives: March 2009

Snoop Maddie Mad Tries To Feed The Muskeege Duck Rocks

Here Duckie Duckie Duckie! Come eat some rocks! I could totally see her as a future Boston Massacre Roller Derby Star.

Can’t you just see her name on the marquee- Snoop Maddie Mad

Welcome Gloucester Daily Times Readers

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Let’s Rock!

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Gloucester Daily Times Community Blog

Paul Bruce Represents!

Here’s Paul Bruce.  A special shout out to Paul’s wife Lisa Bruce who is a fan of the blog and an avid knitter.  Check out Lisa’s knitting website by clicking this text.

You can also check out a slide show of her knitting by clicking Paul’s picture-

Paul Bruce Represents!, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

Everyone is always in a hurry!

Time lapse photography taken with a Canon DSLR. A picture was taken every 2 seconds and when you put all the frames together this is the shot. If anyone has any interesting ideas for this type of photography, post a comment and I will try to put it together. Time lapse lends itself to things that are moving such as a construction site, stadium filling up, etc. Look forward to your comments.

Erik Lorden Tries To Work Out A Bribe With Disco Inferno

Using our press passes, Erik Lorden the owner/chef extrodinaire of Passports and I try to work out a bribe with Disco Inferno, one of the refs at the Boston Massacre/Maine Port Authority Roller Derby Bout.

Disco wasn’t biting and as it turned out the bribe was unneccesary as the Boston Massacre led by Rockport’s Krush Puppy routed Maine from start to finish.

Erik Lorden Tries To Work Out A Bribe With Disco Inferno, originally uploaded by captjoe06.


Recent Posts on Flapping like a Haddock

yellow-fishEvents and Activities March 1 – March 7

Choosing an Early Education or After School Program

Nature in the Winter

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Black Bean, Corn and Turkey Chili

If you would like to include your event or activity, please email me your information.

A Taste of Summer

It’s only 3 months away. Once this snow melts, we’ll be able to believe that summer will actually come again with the Red Sox, ice cream at the Cupboard after supper, walks on Good Harbor, and of course, FIESTA! Here’s a little teaser of good things to come! Enjoy!

Santo Militello and grandaughter Marissa

Santo Militello and grandaughter Marissa

Shelby Shattered Sporting Pig Tails and Some Serious Ink!

Shelby Shattered sports some serious ink on her right arm. Shelby really seemed to set the pace during the bout. From my limited experience as a fan of the sport it looked like the Boston Massacre had a mental edge in knowing how to set the pace. It isn’t all about flying around the track as fast as you can.

I forgot to ask Shelby where she had her tattoo done.  The cloroing was strong.

Worth Seeing!

On exhibition March 7 through May 31, 2009

****Admission to the Museum will be free to all Cape Ann residents
every Saturday morning from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon for the duration of the Charles A. Lowe exhibition.

lowe-windowCharles A. Lowe Photos: Gloucester 1975

Charlie Lowe was a deceptively great artist possessed unconsciously,
with an extraordinary ability to universalize what he saw in life.  It was
given to him, through his eyes to open ours. His wondrous images guide
us to the perception of something around us, in others, in ourselves,
that was truthful, essential, natural, optimistic I think, poignantly
human, and the essence of our Gloucester.
Joe Garland, foreword essay to Lowe’s book A Portrait of Gloucester, 1983.

From the archives of the Museum, a selection of Gloucester photos from the year 1975 by Charles A. Lowe, photographer for the Gloucester Daily Times from 1957 -1981.
The exhibition is organized by former editor of the Gloucester Daily Times, Peter Watson, and Fred Buck, photo archivist for the Museum.

**An 80 page exhibition catalogue will accompany the exhibition.
It is for sale through the Museum Shop for $25.00.

Copies of photographs from the Charles A. Lowe Archives are also available for purchase. Call the Museum’s Library/Archives for more information,
(978) 283-0455, ext. 19.

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 7 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Remarks at 3:30 p.m.

Slide presentation with Peter Watson, former editor, The Gloucester Daily Times
Saturday, March 21 at 3:00 p.m.

Both events are free and open to the public.

Support for this exhibition is generously provided by
the Cape Ann Savings Bank,
the Gloucester Daily Times and the Cricket Press.