Monthly Archives: February 2010
What a Bummer!
The Night GMG Hits One Million Joey’s Power is Out!
He authorized me to THANK EVERYONE for their Good Wishes and Support.
(He should know Better by now.)
Thanks for the Fun Times Joey!
Donuts for everyone down at the Dock Sunday Morning at 6:00 am
SEE YOU ALL THERE!!
Paul Morrison Suggested A What Up Homie Slide Show To Celebrate 1,000,000 hits that we will likely get to tonight. here you go Paul-
There are so many memorable posts over the past two years but the one that sort of sticks out was Mike Lindberg’s 2009 year in review.
I know that we churn out a ton of quality content but in Mike’s 2009 year in review it sort of took me aback with the number of interviews that he grabbed snippets of in that video and that was just a fraction of the ones that were actually conducted.
There are thousands of pictures and hundreds of videos- so many that I forget about a lot of them until I go through the archives.
I also love all the Fiesta coverage, Man vs Food Challenges, Flower box Competitions, Block Party Coverage, The GMG Tree Project…. god I could go on and on.
I love to write and wish I had more time to write more and love to do interviews because I love meeting new people and creating new friendships.
The blog has been such an incredible blessing in that it has allowed me to meet so many wonderful people and create new friendships.
The contributors starting with ever faithful and reliable Sharon. Mike Lindberg, Paulie Frontiero, Laurie Lufkin, Paul Morrison, Alicia Pensarosa, David Cox and Thom Falzorano,Donna Ardizzoni,Beth Swan, Frank Ciolino, Jo-Anne Silva and the new guy who has been just everywhere- Manuel Simoes.
We can’t forget the people who leave regular comments after posts and let us know that yes, we do have an audience and what people like and dislike.
I’ve always said that give me good friendships over money any day of the week and the richness in friendships that have been a result of the blog have made me a very rich man indeed.
Being able to bring our community together, make people aware of all the great stuff happening around us and highlighting the very best of our spot on earth has been so very rewarding for everyone involved.
Thanks for everyone who has been a part of this thing. I’d probably be locked up in a mental institution without you.
Thank you each and every one of you for your friendship.
Your Pal Joey
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 @ 7:30PM
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 @ 7:30PM
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28 @ 7:30PM
MONDAY, MARCH 1 @ 5:00PM
TUESDAY, MARCH 2 @ 5:00PM
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 @ 5:00PM
THURSDAY, MARCH 4 @ 5:00PM
FRIDAY, MARCH 5 @ 5:00PM
An American soldier (Ben Foster) struggles with an ethical dilemma when he becomes involved with a widow (Samantha Morton) of a fallen officer.
Woody Harrelson has been nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance in “The Messenger.”
Directed by Oren Moverman; Rated [R]; 105 minutes
“‘The Messenger’ knows that even if it tells a tearjerking story, it doesn’t have to be a tearjerker.” -Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
“At its center lie three accomplished performances, by Ben Foster, Woody Harrelson and Samantha Morton, that are not to be missed.” -Rex Reed, New York Observer
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(ABOVE MYSTERY TRAIN RECORDS)
GLOUCESTER, MA 01930
More Gloucester Fishing Vessels
Pulled into the driveway at the dock only to find the port-a-potty is lost at sea.
It blew off the dock sometime last night. Our lobstermen are having a ball with this one. I’ve never heard so many bad puns in my entire life.
My favorite so far- “Well boys it was a real shit storm last night” -That one was from Mark Ring.
The Gloucester High School Theater Program Dress Rehearsal for their performance of “The Scheme of the Driftless Shifter”. This video contains their off stage last-minute preparation and anticipation. Sophi Hopkins demonstrates her dedication to the program and the students, and her tireless effort to making them successful. Also Play slideshow