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Wednesday Seine Boat Event! - Click photo for Slide Show
For The Story Check out Nick Curcuru’s Coverage on The Gloucester Daily Times Website
By Nick Curcuru Staff Writer
GLOUCESTER — The cream has risen to the top in the 2010 senior seine boats division.
After Wednesday’s elimination races off of Pavilion Beach, the contenders have moved on to row another day, while the pretenders have packed their bags early.
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Sheree DeLorenzo, General Manager, Cruiseport Gloucester, Seaport Grille, is proud to announce the arrival of the first cruise ship of the season. Our first cruise ship, The Independence, will arrive here at the Cruiseport Gloucester on Saturday June 26, 2010 at 7:00am and will depart at 5:00pm. The Independence, she is owned by the American Cruise Line, she is 220 feet and will hold 98 passengers.
This Video is Produced By Giamaca
Especially interesting is the camera aboard the seine boat as they make the turn and the commentary by Sleepy
Click the Link Below to Walk The Greasy Pole
Thanks to the Gloucester Daily Times for this Link
My Son Paul the III's Last walk. OUCH!
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Tomorrow’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Starts At 3:00PM at I4C2
We will be bringing you coverage (possibly live) shooting from the Farmer’s Market
In the mean time subscribe to the newsletter and check out the Cape Ann Farmer’s Market Website
Rock the Boat for the North of Boston CVB:
Rescheduled for Friday, July 2!Rain or Shine!
The stormy forecast for Thursday, June 24 does not look promising for the Rock the Boat event hosted by
7 Seas Whale Watch, scheduled for tomorrow, June 24.
To ensure everyone’s safety and comfort,
Rock the Boat has been rescheduled
and will take place on Friday, July 2.
Full Circle will still be performing and there will be plenty of great food, drinks (cash bar), raffle prizes and fun.
If the sun is shining, the Privateer IV will set sail from 7 Seas Wharf promptly at 7:30 pm, and dock at 10 pm.
If it’s raining, the event will be held inside the Gloucester House Restaurant. Rain or shine, Rock the Boat is sure to be a fun filled evening and a great way to kick off the 4th of July Weekend!
Tickets* are still available for $30 and can be purchased from Paul Frontierro at 978-283-1776, Barry Pollock at 978-526-7131, or Linn Parisi at 978-290-9723. All proceeds go towards the North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Bring your friends, family and staff to Rock the Boat!
*Tickets that have already been purchased are still valid!
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…”Years ago I heard from others
how he’d pulled two men out of the sea one night
off Eastern Point. They’d not been able to shed their jacks
when the ship went over, and when he caught them
they were going down too. He hauled them into Brace’s Cove,
even though the shore wasn’t there, it was such a storm and the sea so big
it had turned the Lily Pond
into an arm of itself.” … Continue reading
Maximus, to Gloucester: Letter 2
BY CHARLES OLSON
We’ve already got 5 Fiesta posts today alone and it’s only 1:38PM.
The Good Morning Gloucester Team is dedicated to bringing you THE BEST FIESTA COVERAGE ON THE PLANET!
This is the place to bookmark, this is the place for Fiesta updates. Right here baby.
For strictly Fiesta Coverage click this link for all the GMG Saint Peter’s Fiesta Posts-
Coming later- Greasy pole Shrine Construction videos, Six Time Greasy Pole Champ Matza Interview, Seine Boat Coverage, novena Coverage, and much much more.
Where everywhere bringing you the Fiesta Love Baby!
Hopefully we can provide a sense of being there for our readers who can’t be home for Fiesta or those who can’t make it to every single event.
St Peter’s Fiesta Officially Starts 2010 – Ambie Serves First Sausage Sandwich 10:00AM 6/23/10
Watch For Matza Interview Coming
I was all set to write “We was robbed part 2″. Again the refs seemed to not want the USA to advance. USA vs. Slovenia was going down as a 0-0 in the 91st minute. Both teams catch an early flight home with a tie. The United States and Dempsey had scored a clean goal early on but the hallucinagenic referees called Dempsey offsides although on replay he was clearly on and in.
And so it ground on.
On the left hand screens England was up one nil and the big screens USA tied 0-0. That added up to going home. But then in add-on time USA brings it down the middle, a pass, a shot on goal blocked (Algerian keeper was amazing all day) and the rebound came out to Donavan’s left foot and bang it was over. The Jerry Remy Bar and Grill was passing out these little soccer balls and I am surprised none went in the air or through the screens but the place went wild.
The Bloody Mary’s were served in smaller glasses today but they may have had the same amount of vodka. Nothing to complain about. 8)
One more time with gusto:
GOOOOAAAAAAAL!!!!! GOOOOOOOAAAAAAAL!!!!! GOOOOOOOAAAAAAAL!!!!!
A mass was heard last night before St Peter was carried to the water and returned to the St Peter’s Club until the procession.
Click here to Read about the history of the Fiestas
Sam Hartson, and his crew of local entrepreneurs, are documenting the Fiesta.
They have been working with the Fiesta Committee, conducting interviews, photography and video taping this years Fiesta. I spoke to Sam last night and he mentioned that he was inspired by our own Joey to take on this project. Watch out Ron Howard.
Niece Amandacakes got this pan seared Scallops over Caesar. The Scallops were huge and cooked perfectly. It’s tough to cook large scallops perfectly because they are so big you want them cooked through but not to lose their moisture. Missy is a pro!
Linda Geray and Rachel Cecilio team up on one of the ladies crew, but that is not all, the consist of other family members of aunts and cousins.
Left to Right
Aiden Aiello (mascot), Julie Geary, Ashley Geary, Linda Geary, Rachael Cecillo, Alanna and Alyssa Flanagan and Sophia Cecillo (cheerleader)
This video comes from Palcuz
Say what you will but there’s some serious passion