This video to me means alot. It maybe just a sappy song to some. But I, or we may not have the opportunity to do so pubicliy to thank someone who means alot to them as I do.
It’s nice to have someone to pour out your problems to and to also listen to and help. Does that make sense? Please remember I’m NO WRITER OR WORDSMITH!
So Thank you Juana! for being there at work for me, and Cathy During this tough year. It can only get better. Right!
I’m sure there are many of you and I know I at least one who’s had a tough year with a Family members health and who would like to thank their friends openly. Now’s your time to do it! Enjoy this UP BEAT TUNE!
Opening Weeks Specials-
Buy 4 months of Small Group Personal Training at the regular price and get the fifth month FREE
Buy 24 personal training sessions at the regular price and get 4 additional sessions FREE
. . .on the Boulevard.
Sandy and Steve hail from New Brunswick, although Sandy grew up in Gloucester. They visit here frequently and certainly seemed to enjoy the the sun, ice cream, and view of the outer harbor on a perfect summer day.
Gloucester Stage wraps up the world premiere run of Richard Vetere’s powerful new work Last Day on Sunday, August 7. The final week of performances are Wednesday, August 3 through Saturday, August 6 at 8 pm, Saturday matinee at 3pm and Sunday matinee at 4pm in the air-conditioned comfort of Gloucester Stage Company at 267 East Main Street., Gloucester, MA. Last Day is a dark, delicious and mysterious love story about three longtime friends set in a Long Island cemetery where not all secrets are underground. Directed by Gloucester Stage Artistic Director Eric C. Engel, this world premiere work features actors Timothy John Smith, direct from his acclaimed performance in Gloucester Stage’s recent hit production of The Most Happy Fella; Francisco Solorzano, last seen at Gloucester Stage in Israel Horovitz’s award winning Gloucester play Sins of the Mother and Gloucester Stage newcomer Therese Plaehn. 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 discounted tickets for $20. 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. Gloucester Stage is handicapped accessible. Regular 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.
Caroline Stella, a retired teacher who lives on the North Shore, has turned her lifetime hobby into a passion. Her photographic interests are varied, but her travel experiences dominate her work.
Caroline is an active member of the Winthrop Arts Association and the Lynn Photographic Association. Her work is on display throughout the North Shore: Lynn Arts Gallery, Grosvenor Park Gallery in Swampscott, Union Hospital in Lynn, at Sisters We Three in Newburyport, and now at Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery on Rocky Neck in Gloucester. Photography by Caroline can be found at numerous artisans’ festivals throughout the year. Images by Caroline have also adorned the walls at Café Paolina in Swampscott, Mario’s Bar and Grille in Everett, and presently at J. Pace and Son in Saugus.
Caroline’s love of photography dates back to her preteen years when film cameras were the rage and everyone had an “Instamatic.”
Come by and see Caroline’s exhibit at Khan’s Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery at 77 Rocky Neck August 5 thru August 18.
Opening Reception: August 9 from 4-7 PM
Photo by E.J. Lefavour
That the “Islandia” superyacht, designed in Holland by Tony Castro and Peter Sijm, has an overall length of 41.60 meters (136’) by 7.88 meters (just under 26’) in width, and was made using steel for the quickwork and aluminum for the upper works? Her design prescribes the presence of a bulbous keel with a composite sailing boat that has made it possible to reduce the draft to only 3.5 meters. All the interiors are in mahogany wood, matched with beige color upholstery and furnishings. The large living room, at the center of the boat, extremely bright thanks to the numerous glass surfaces, offers a spacious area with TV and dining table able to accommodate 10 persons. Astern of this room are the three guest staterooms, each with its own bathroom, and the boat owner’s stateroom. This latter stateroom is a true suite, with two large twin beds and a smaller bed, a lounge with an L-shaped sofa, a desk and a wardrobe, and is provided with a bathroom with a separate shower compartment. At the bow of the living room there is a large on-board galley, almost professionally equipped, the crew dining area and their cabins, each with separate shower and bathroom. From this area the crew gains direct access to the deck, to the engine room and to the technical area where all the systems for the correct operation and maintenance of the boat are situated. This allows for a maximum level of privacy. (Nautica)
Cool little boat to tool around in, wouldn’t you agree?
Ben Macadam and Jeffery Cluett Will be hosting an art show for the ages(and by ages I mean anyone cool and hip enough to appreciate young fresh art)
Jeff will be manning the wheels of steel and there will be adult beverages as well as some fantastic grub.
I’ll be there and have been looking forward to it all week long.
If you haven’t met Ben and Jeffrey yet let me introduce you-
Click the Map for Directions to the Hippest joint in G Town Tonight-
click below for directions
Fishermen Memorial Service
The Fishermen Memorial Service, a ceremony to remember fishermen lost at sea, will be held on Saturday, August 13th. The procession will leave from American Legion Square promptly at 5pm and will proceed to the Monument of the Gloucester Fisherman on George O. Stacy Boulevard where the ceremony will take place. The public is encouraged to participate in the procession and ceremony. Please bring loose flowers to be scattered into the harbor. Wreaths will be placed at the Fishermen’s Monument. If raining, the ceremony will be held in American Legion Post 3, corner of Middle and Washington Streets.
For information please contact the Office of Veterans’ Services
This past weekend Donna Ardizzoni’s Daughter Kimberly Got Married- Congrats.
Good Morning Joey,
I thought you would get a kick out of this. Greg is a funny man. We a great time at EJ’s. I will have to stop by to see everyone on our next trip to the island.
Sunrise from Stage Fort Park 07/24/2011
If you love maple syrup in its purest form, try my friend Dean’s Northwood SugarWorks products at the Farmer’s Market….today!
Dawn Gadow Writes-
Hey Joey! I just wanted to share this with you cuz I thought you’d appreciate it. One of our teachers (Aja Heussi) decided to start a blog called "Kids Make the Darndest Things" to put awesome pictures of the things kids make here that make us go "whaaaaa??" or maybe just "That’s AWESOME! How did your brain think of that?"… haha. She’s got a pretty good start so far and will be putting some more up today – enjoy!