Monthly Archives: August 2011
His dad caught a 58 inch tuna last week but BJ will have to settle for a skate off the dock. hey, better than a goose egg Beasley.
I spent last week at the office in Germany with a colleague from
Galway and this time I had my sticker!!
That there’s still plenty of summer left and opportunities to come stay on quaint, historic Rocky Neck?
Located in the historic Rocky Neck Art Colony, overlooking Smith’s Cove, Rocky Neck Accommodations offers clean, comfortable, waterfront one bedroom efficiency rooms & suites all equipped with kitchen facilities and private bathrooms. Most rooms have decks overlooking the water. If you want to stay in an area with over 20 art galleries, shops and restaurants within walking distance, and readily accessible whale watches, fishing, island tours, and beaches in Gloucester and throughout Cape Ann and a lovely, quaint village atmosphere, definitely check out Rocky Neck Accommodations. Mona Faherty will make sure your stay is an enjoyable one. Visit http://www.rockyneckaccommodations.com/ for rates and more information.
1st Annual REGGAE ON THE RIVER – this weekend at Mile Marker One. Live Reggae Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with no cover….attached is a flyer…please help spread the word. All information on the website athttp://www.MMarker1.com
ArtsMap.com is a great Artists and Collectors resource.
Check out the Cape Ann Arts Map.
Here are just a few of the listings from Rocky Neck.
Click the link below to hear the audio interview
Joey C Interviewed by Bob and Cheri In Charlotte
It is also available online at www.bobandsheri.com on the front page.
I also had interviews with a guy named mancow, another with David Pierce in Seattle who was a guy that used to be on WFNX in Boston (I could be wrong), and some others that I forget. Terrible I am.
On GMG- Of Course 🙂
The Happy Taco Is located on 375 Main Street right in front of Rose’s Marine and diagonally from the Hess Gas Station.
You can check out the website here-
This is our final weekend, August 12, 13, 14 at 7pm, plus a Sunday matinee at 2pm. Four chances to see three important shows by locals Mary Beth Smith, Stacy Randell and Nick Neyeloff about issues that locals are passionate about. Each show is only about 30 minutes, with a 20 minute talkback after each one. (All three are shown in the same evening.) Call our reservation hotline to hold tickets: 978-704-1269
An Hour At Sea by Mary Beth Smith
directed by Nick Neyeloff
with Beth Bevins & Paul Kratka
Waging Peace: A Tale of Four Cities by Stacy Randell
directed by Henry Allen
Chelsea Berry, Mary Mahoney Howard, Frank Militello, Ev Harlow, Antonio Rojas, Scott Brown, Jacqueline Keenan
Shadow Living by Nick Neyeloff
directed by Henry Allen
David Wesson, Evie Gariepy, Carolyn Aliskevicz, Mark Logan, Michael Ryan Tourkistas
See you at The Annie!
"Real theatre for real people."