Monthly Archives: December 2010

2010 GHS Football vs Lincoln Sudbury Pictures From David Cox and Live GHS Football Superbowl Coverage

Saturday Night at 8PM-

You can follow Gloucester’s Superbowl Game results at a variety of different online locations-

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The Gloucester Daily Times Twitter Feed is providing live scoring updates of area High School sports scores better than anyone in media.  You ought to follow them here-

http://twitter.com/gdtsports

North Shore 104.9 High School Football Coverage for Saturday: Beverly at 11am, St. Johns Prep at 6pm & Gloucester at 8pm. All live on 104.9!

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http://www.northshore1049.com/

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http://www.wickedlocal.com/gloucester/sports

8:00 p.m. – Division 1A, Bridgewater-Raynham v. Gloucester; TV/Radio: WSBK TV 38, 98.5-FM

 

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Over The River & Thru The Woods, GHS Football Goes to LSHS

Click Photo for view of the GHS - Lincoln/Sudbury Playoff Game

The GHS Football traveled 43 miles to defeat Lincoln/Sudbury 21 – 0.

Prior to the start of the game, I was standing on the LS side listening to the LS fans trash talk and razzing the GHS players as they were warming up, even at the kick off the LS fans were non stop. Then Gloucester has the ball on offense and moved down the field what looked like ease and scored, after that LS didn’t say much all game until the end when one of the LS fans came over to me and said, “WOW those kids are good”  Congratulations to the GHS players,  Good Luck in Foxboro!

Wanted: Local Bar to host the Good Morning Gloucester 3 Year Birthday Party!

The GMG events team is looking for a place to host a party to celebrate this blog turning the ripe age of 3. As you know we accept any offers and ideas for the event that are guaranteed fun for everyone and promote this town. A roast of the great Joey C? Celebrity Guests? Cross Promotions? Private Jet Planes to Vegas? The official date falls around new years and all dates and offers considered. Please send any interest to Patrick ryanpjm1@gmail.com and Joey C @ goodmorninggloucester@yahoo.com

Check out a quote from our last Sunny D and Rum Night at the Dog Bar

“We made over 4 million dollars in one night just selling Sunny D and Folly Cove Rum. We ran out of Sunny D! Thanks GMG. You are the best” – Management

Rockport After Dark

Over 30 shops will be participating

This time of year, it’s best to plan your holiday shopping with military precision.  One day you’ll plan to hit downtown Gloucester, another day you might plan to go to a school or church holiday fair, and so on (and on and on).  In all your planning, don’t forget to put Rockport’s “An Evening of Holiday Shopping” on your calendar.  It takes place on Thursday, December 9th from 4 to 8pm.  The town will be lined with luminaries, over 30 stores will be glowing with Christmas decorations, discounts and special events, and hot chocolate will be served in Dock Square.  It’s a great chance to shop local in a great setting, and of course it will be fun to see Rockport hopping until 8 pm – an hour that qualifies as midnight in Rockport time.  So don’t miss it!

Santa in Rockport and napping women.

Tomorrow is going to be a nice clear Saturday so before you go over to see Santa enter the Rockport Harbor at 3:45 PM do a little sightseeing. Halibut Point State Park in the north east corner of Cape Ann is a good stop. Go to lookout point and with the binocs look straight north.

Maine! Mount Agamenticus looks like a napping woman from this spot:

I say napping woman because if you have ever been to southern Utah there is a mountain formation called “Sleeping Ute” which looks a lot like this. Click the image to go to a Maine blog where I found this photo which also describes the Isle of Shoals. From Halibut Point, Isle of Shoals is only 21 miles away a bit to the right of the sleeping mountain which is 37 miles away.

Holiday Photos – East Gloucester Elementary Holiday Fair Dec. 4th

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Jason Grow Writes-

Holiday Photos – East Gloucester Elementary Holiday Fair Dec. 4th
For our 8th year, we’re going to be taking photographs with Santa and or Frosty at the East Gloucester Elementary Holiday Fair on Saturday Dec. 4th from 10-2p – This benefits the EGlo PTO and is a great, affordable alternative to the high dollar mall offerings — Bring your kids, bring your grannies, bring your dogs…  benefit our kids and make a holiday memory…

Local Music Seen With Allen Estes Premiere Info

Dear Joey,

Since the original premiere of Local Music Seen with Allen Estes, scheduled for last night at 6:30pm, was thwarted by a Cape-wide blackout, I thought your viewers might want to know when they can catch the premiere.

You can see the premiere on Cape Ann TV Channel 12 tomorrow-Friday, December 3rd at 1pm and this Sunday, December 5th at 6pm.  It will air again on Wednesday, December 8th at 6:30pm.

Go to www.localmusicseen.com for more info.

Thanks,

pvn

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Weekend Picks From The North Shore Blogger Consortium

Here are my weekend picks-

#1 Pick Is GHS FOOTBALL SUPERBOWL AT  Gillette Stadium Saturday Night At 8PM

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8:00 p.m. – Division 1A, Bridgewater-Raynham v. Gloucester; TV/Radio: WSBK TV 38, 98.5-FM

Friday Dec 3rd-

Fourth Annual Holiday Arts Sale & Open House 134R Leonard Street, Annisquam MA

Saturday Dec 4th-

Santa in Rockport this Saturday!!!

Ankeny Holiday Open Studio December 4th

Annisquam Sewing Circle Christmas Fair Dec 4th

Sunday Dec 5th-

Mimi Braverman Guided Tour Sunday December 5th

North Shore Blogger Consortium Picks-

Here are the picks from my fellow bloggers in the North Shore Blogger Consortium

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Choices from all over New England at The Two Palaverers.

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Media giant Seth gives up the best of Lynn at Lynn Happens.

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The wonderful Jane Ward has some great ideas, over at Food and Fiction.

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North Shore Dish spices things up with their weekend picks here North Shore Dish

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Heather Atwood from the Gloucester Times has her picks at Food For Thought

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