Jeff Schroeder who just yesterday started his journey for CBS “Around The World For Free” had a choice- Eat The Lobster or Free The Lobster. Two envelopes with two very different outcomes for the rare crustacean. If he chose to Free The Lobster he would have to walk the Greasy Pole In Gloucester Harbor.
For those of you wondering the fate of the extremely rare albino lobster that we had landed at our dock at Captain Joe and Sons in Gloucester Ma, watch to see what becomes of the rare crustacean.
Taping Of Around The World For Free With Former Amazing Race and Big Brother Contestant Jeff Schroeder
For the slide show of the albino lobster when it was landed click here-
Rare Albino Lobster Landed At Captain Joe and Sons Slide Show
Here is a video from the day it was landed-
Cape Ann Youth Lacrosse 2011 Registration is now open.
Don’t hesitate to register for the fastest game on two feet and the fastest growing sport in America!
Registration can be complete online at www.capeannyoutlacorsse.org
Girls team are for players in grade K – 8th grade
Boys teams are for players in grade K – 8th grade
For More information contact Thom Falzarano ay 978-325-1696 or email email@example.com
Good Morning Joey,
I am another big fan of Good Morning Gloucester. Thank you for creating one more opportunity
for us to enjoy our community, be connected and, chuckle, amaze and and spirit ourselves each morning.
I distribute the New Edition of the Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Cookbook. I am sure your are familiar
with the book and that the net ( no pun intended, all though fitting)profits go to the association and all the
the service those great ladies provide.
Could I please put up this photo?and I have a photo of the ladies themselves with a little blurb mentioning that this delicious
and beautiful book is available and where or how to contact me for a larger wholesale purchase?
If so, would you mind telling me how?
Thanks so Much, Buon Appetito!
Roseanne and her grand-daughter, she does not have a nickname other than “adorable”
Roseanne Cody is doing research on Gloucester Nicknames …..
If you have a nickname or have a Dad, Uncle, Aunt, Mom, or any relative or friend that you would like to include in the research, Please send the following information to the below address:
Brief Story of how they got the name.
If possible a photo would be great.
Gloucester MA. 01930-0373
Some interesting Nicknames already in the research.
This information will be for a potential book about Gloucester—don’t be left out—get your relatives name AND THE STORY BEHIND HOW HE/SHE GOT THE NICKNAME included in this book. If you have a photo to be included , that will add to your nickname and story.
Joanna McClelland Glass
Set for Limited Run at Gloucester Stage
Saturday Matinee is Pay-As-You-Can
Wednesday and Thursday Peformances Offer
Half Price for Cape Ann Residents
Gloucester Stage announces a limited run of Joanna McClelland Glass’ poignant and powerful Trying from July 29 through August 8 in the air-conditioned comfort of Gloucester Stage Company at 267 East Main St., Gloucester, MA. This cross-generational tour de force set in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. from 1967 to 1968 is the story of Sarah, a determined young secretary from the Canadian prairie, who finds herself working for the aging Francis Biddle, Attorney General under Franklin D. Roosevelt and the primary Chief Judge of the Nuremberg Trials. An intimate and inspiring story, Trying is based on the playwright’s own experience as Biddle’s personal secretary from 1967-68. Directed by Gloucester Stage Artistic Director Eric C. Engel, the production features the return of Gloucester Stage favorite Richard Mawe as Judge Frances Biddle and Gloucester Stage newcomer Becky Webber as Sarah Schorr in a limited run of two weeks.
The performance schedule for Trying is Thursday, July 29 through Saturday, July 31 at 8 pm; Wednesday, August 4 through Saturday, August 7 at 8 pm; Saturday matinees on July 31 and August 7 at 3 pm & Sunday performances on August 1 and August 8 at 4 pm. A limited amount of discount tickets are available to Cape Ann residents for all Wednesday and Thursday 8 pm performances. For these performances only, Cape Ann residents can purchase half price tickets for $18.50. Advance reservations are strongly suggested to ensure tickets at the discounted price. Year round Cape Ann residents must identify themselves as Cape Ann residents when making a reservation and proof of residency must be presented at the box office the night of the performance. The 3 pm Saturday matinee on July 31 is a special Pay What You Can matinee. For this Saturday matinee only the ticket price is Pay What You Can. Following the 4 pm performance on Sunday, August 1, audiences are invited to a free post show discussion with the artists from Trying. Gloucester Stage is handicapped accessible. Ticket prices are $37 for all performances. Senior citizen & student tickets are $32 for all performances. For reservations or further information, call the Gloucester Stage Box Office at 978-281-4433 or visit www.gloucesterstage.org.
Art for Trying: Credit should include: GSC Designer Melissa Wagner-O’Malley; Photos: istock; Richard Mawe photo courtesy of Capital
Now that we have kids registered for the Essex Youth Triathlon we need fore volunteers, and lots of them! Roles would include marking participants bibs, helping with transitions and bike drop off, collecting timing chips at the finish and being an extra set of eyes on the run and bike courses to ensure safety of our talented kiddies, no specific experience or skills needed. If interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, we ask volunteers to arrive at 8:00 am.
There will be food, drinks, fun and Radio Disney! If interested in registering your child please visit www.essexma.org
The Gloucester Little League would like to announce
~FALL Evaluations for 2011 for ALL Major A and Major B Players ~
DATES: Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 & Tuesday, August 10th, 2010
TIME: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
LOCATION: Boudreau Field
5:00 – 5:45 pm – ALL American League Majors B Players
5:45 – 6:30 pm – ALL National League Majors B Players
6:30 – 7:15 pm – ALL American League Majors A Players
7:15 – 8:00 pm – ALL National League Majors A Players
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to sign in and receive your tryout number.
Bring gloves and bats to tryouts.
No Fees will be collected during evaluations.
Questions – call Bill Melvin @ 978-390-8100 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 978-390-8100 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
For more information, please click on the link to our website http://www.eteamz.com/gloucesterlittleleague/
After Jeff Walked The Greasy Pole (you will see what happened to the albino lobster in an upcoming video) we went to Passports for an excellent meal.
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Zsolt one of teh creators of the show and director was absolutely blown away by the Seafood and Jeff went to town on the lobster and steak
Young Boy watches sunset from life guard station and the moon rises while flying a kite.
Jeff Walks the Greasy Pole In Gloucester Harbor To Earn The Right To Release an Extremely Rare Albino Lobster Back to the Ocean
More Pics and Video With The Fate of The Albino Lobster Coming, Jeff and the crew’s sleeping arrangements, dinner pics, and more video to process- here at GoodMorningGloucester.org
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Good morning Gloucester!
My name is Silva and I am a six-year-old Siberian Husky mix female.
I am exited about finding a family and forever home. I’d really like it if I
could be the only dog in the house.
I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester, so please stop down and
visit me. We are closed on Monday and Tuesday – but open all the
other days. Please check our website (capeannanimalaid.com)
for all the events taking place this autumn – like Dog Day on
September 12 at Stage Fort Park. It would be
my dream come true to be adopted, so please….please….visit
We hosted him at our house last night along with the crew, director and my boys The Rabbit and Benny Goodman.
But first we had a whole lot of fun in Gloucester.
When I first realized he was coming this way my first thought was to have him go lobstering on one of our boats but then midway through the afternoon the perfect idea for some good tv.
Any of our loyal readership knows about the triple pincher clawed lobster that we got at our dock last Saturday. it was the first one I had seen like that but we sold it off at the end of the night never really knowing where it was going or if it would be eaten the next day (which I have no problem with BTW). But some of our readers, the newspaper people and television people that came down to cover the story about the triple pincher clawed lobster all asked if we would let it go because it was a “special” lobster. We don’t take special measures to release these lobsters normally as the afternoons here are all about getting the lobsters in and out of the building as quickly as possible and of course to sell them to people that will pay the bill for said lobsters.
So when in the very same week one of lobstermen Mike Tupper aboard The Freemantle Doctor brought in an albino lobster one of only two I’ve ever seen in my entire life handling millions and millions of pounds of lobsters down here since I was a kid Mike asked if we could keep the lobster in the tank so he could show his father in law.
OK now here is where the idea came to me- We have Jeff make the decision since the name of the show is Around The World For Free- He could eat the special albino lobster and all the lobster he could eat or he would have to walk the Greasy Pole and earn the right to release the incredibly rare albino lobster back to the sea. I presented the two options in two envelopes One said EAT THE LOBSTER– The Other envelope said FREE THE LOBSTER.
Mark Ring,skipper of lobster boat The Stanley Thomas took us out to the Greasy Pole and Jeff made his decision-
Here is Jeff on the Greasy Pole taking some advice from my boy the Rabbit
Here he is on the pole-
Jeff Schroeder and Joey Ciaramitaro at The Crows Nest Gloucester MA
More to come from our adventures in Gloucester including video, pictures at Passports, The Crows, Nest and of course the fate of the albino lobster.
Here is the website where Jeff talks about Gloucester-