Daily Archives: July 13, 2011

For Sean’s Legion Of Gay Fans- Yet Another Give Back

No one could ever accuse Sean of not being a giver. Always looking out for his adoring fans, he has something special planned for an upcoming exclusive GMG video. We aim to please here at GMG, so here you go.

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Video- Hard Bottom Leaving Gloucester Harbor After Many Years In The Fleet

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Auction for 2 Tickets to Thursday’s Sail on Thomas Lannon to Benefit Cape Ann Animal Aid is over

A $130 bid early on sealed the deal. That is a lot of puppy food for the likes of pet of the week Kindle. Kindle hopes everyone has a lovely sail tomorrow. Looks like the weather will be sunny with … Continue reading

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World Blind Sailing Medalist – Mark Bos

Mark is also an avid reader of GMG with the help from his girlfriend Linda. Link to Mark’s achievement.

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PLACID

1. (adj) placid, quiet, still, tranquil, smooth, unruffled (of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves “a ribbon of sand between the angry sea and the placid bay”; “the quiet waters of a lagoon”; “a lake of tranquil blue water reflecting a tranquil blue sky”; “a smooth … Continue reading

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New Shops Part 2: Wulla & Jemil Beauchamp in Lanesville

Lanesville, the historic home to quarry workers and lots of Finns, is seeing an echo of its past in two new shops that opened up just last weekend. Both shops have a Scandinavian feel, in the sense of a minimal … Continue reading

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Kindle–Cape Ann Animal Aid Pet of the Week

Kindle – Pet of the Week Hello, my name is Kindle, I am a two-month-old girl pup who is Lab/Retriever mix.   I am sweet, curious, affectionate, outgoing and smart.  I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid, a non-profit shelter … Continue reading

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Dawn and Chloe Represent

Dawn and Chloe Baker represent at Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery.  Dawn is the longstanding significant other of my youngest brother, Blake, and a devoted reader of the blog.  She, Blake and Chloe live in West Gloucester … Continue reading

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Did You Know? (CATA, Dog Grooming and Water Shuttle)

Julie & Scott Pantages are brand new subscribers to the blog who live in Magnolia.  Scott drives for CATA and Julie has a dog grooming shop in Magnolia called Best in Show.  A fun-loving couple, as you can see, who … Continue reading

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Mill Brook Meadow Park, Rockport

A little help here?

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Annisquam Village Players hosts the The Porches of Annsiquam 2011

What : The Annisquam Village Players hosts the The Porches of Annsiquam 2011, a walking tour of 8 private porches including several historic homes with views of Lobster Cove, Annisquam River, Annisquam Lighthouse and Ipswich Bay. The Event will conclude … Continue reading

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Green Golly and the Treasure of Light At The Sawyer Free Library Tomorrow

Barbara Siesel and Keith Torgan are in town to do a free children’s concert at the Sawyer Free Library tomorrow at 11am!  He is a children’s singer songwriter who plays guitar and she is a world-class flautist.  Their program has … Continue reading

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HOMIE ON THE EVENING WATCH Photo From Joe Testaverde

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Celebrated Saxophonist Mike Tucker heads to Rocky Neck for Soul & Funk Night at The Studio Restaurant on Rocky Neck.

Gloucester, MA: Every Thursday this summer! Celebrated Saxophonist Mike Tucker heads to Rocky Neck for Soul & Funk Night at The Studio Restaurant on Rocky Neck. The Mike Tucker Organ Trio’s first show is this Thursday, July 14 at 8pm … Continue reading

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Firecracker Shrimp at Seaport Grille

Very Generous Portion

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Kids needed to create art for Burnham’s Field garden

Kids needed to create art for Burnham’s Field garden This Friday, Art Haven and the new Burnham’s Field Community Garden are teaming up to invite kids to paint a beautiful mural and vegetable “sculptures” to decorate the garden. The art … Continue reading

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View from the Pier

  The View from the State Fish Pier on a Hazy, Hot and Humid Day.

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Annis Squam, 1817

Edmund M. Blunt/©Fredrik D. Bodin Edmund March Blunt (1770–1862) published and printed the first book of sailing directions in the United States, the American Coast Pilot, in 1796. This Annis Squam chart is from the 9th edition of Coast Pilot and measures 9×5 … Continue reading

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UHMMM, In Case Anyone Needs a Reminder- THERE’S A DOWNTOWN GLOUCESTER BLOCK PARTY THIS SATURDAY July 16th!

I’m not involved in the planning of the Block Parties any more but that just means that our family gets to go down and enjoy it!!!! I haven’t seen the banner around town or any flyers but that’s probably because … Continue reading

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Chickity Check It! Atwood Does The Mackerel Thing In Her GDT Column

July 12, 2011 Mackerel: Local, sustainable and good for us Food for ThoughtHeather Atwood In staying true to New England waters, Steve Johnson of Rendezvous Restaurant in Central Square, Cambridge, courageously puts fish on his menu that — oh no! … Continue reading

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