Daily Archives: March 28, 2012

Midsummer Night’s Dream at the East Gloucester School Photos From James Dowd

Hey Joe, enclosed are some stills from the dress rehearsal of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the East Gloucester School. A couple of fun things to note: 1. As you can tell from the photos, all the costumes and set … Continue reading

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Berklee College of Music Comes to Gloucester

Don’t miss the first public concert in this extraordinary series featuring Berklee professors, alumni and students to benefit a new scholarship fund that will help send a Gloucester student to music school.  See details here. Listen to some of Ed … Continue reading

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FOB Kyle Edmonds Honored At The Bruins Game!

From the Bruins Website: The Boston Bruins organization is proud to announce the 2012 recipients of the Boston Bruins Ice Hockey Sportsmanship Medal. These student-athletes were selected for best exemplifying a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship throughout the season. … Continue reading

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Blooming Baby!

Is this a Magnolia tree?  I’m clueless as to plant species.

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Walking Meditation

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Rafe’s Chasm

Went out to the Chasm the other day and took this from the rocks looking into the woods..  This spot is so pretty and very calming place to sit and read

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Passports Wine Tasting Diner Tomorrow! Thursday March 29

Rubber Duck checked out the Passports Wine Dinner last month and she is still flapping her rubber wings about it.  Passports does it again tomorrow and you may still have time to get a reservation. Well worth it, 978-281-3680. Tell … Continue reading

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G.H.S. DOCKSIDERS SPRING BREAK BENEFIT CONCERT

Join us as the Docksiders share the stage with some of Cape Ann’s finest talent. Hosted by Allen Estes, star of “Local Music Seen with Allen Estes”. Special Guests: Dan King, AnnMarie, Renee & Joe, Dennis Monagle (looks a lot … Continue reading

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Wicked Tuna

The F/V Hard Merchandise from the National Geographic Channels Tv Series “Wicked Tuna” WICKED PISSAH! You can see the boat in person down on Rocky Neck just a few steps away from the  Kahn/ GMG Gallery on the Madfish Wharf. … Continue reading

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Spring Fling

If the Spring Fling, Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 6:00 pm, at Fred Bodin’s is half the fun of the Christmas party..  be prepared to laugh and have a good time, also do not forget to run to CruisePort to take part in … Continue reading

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Sailing the seas of eternity

Seen in Calvary Cemetery in Gloucester. What a beautiful tombstone! There are some real gems of sculpture and craftsmanship in Calvary, in my opinion, showing the love, faith, and devotion of the deceased and their families. I’ll post a few more photos … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Monty Python and the 21 Chickens!

This is an article from Chicken, Mary Colussi, 8th Grader, St. Ann School. “The Coupe’s at it again. The last time our fabulously theatric faces graced the pages of the Gloucester Daily Times, we were saving Sherwood. But that was … Continue reading

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Homeward Bound ~ Gloucester

Homeward Bound ~ Gloucester, circa 1930 Chester Walen/©Fredrik D. Bodin This dory fishing schooner is racing to market in Gloucester. She’s wearing her winter rig: Topmasts removed with no upper canvas to improve stability – a requirement in fall, winter, and spring, when gale … Continue reading

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East Gloucester Residents Please Note

I received a flyer in my mail basket this morning that Americold is closing it’s lot to public access by adding a complete perimeter fence around their parking lot. There is a meeting tonight at at 5:00 pm at City … Continue reading

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FOB Deb Clarke Gallery Demonstration At Cape Ann Museum Saturday March 31st

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a gallery demonstration with artist Debbie Clarke on Saturday, March 31 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Clarke’s residency will take place … Continue reading

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Video- Leeny’s Stinky Diaper At Giuseppe’s Ristorante

Leeny performs one of The Bean and Snoop Maddie Mad’s Favorite Tunes at Giuseppe’s Ristorante 2 Main Street Gloucester MA. Every Sunday afternoon Giuseppe’s has a fantastic children’s sing along around their piano Sundays KIDS EAT FREE! (all night) with … Continue reading

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Community Stuff

Joey, Don’t know if anyone asked you to help us publicize our upcoming 2012 Volunteer Day Mug-Up scheduled for Saturday March 31 from 10:00 to 12:00 noon at the museum 66 Main Street, Essex, MA 01929.  I’ve attached our volunteer … Continue reading

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Shop Local Downtown Gloucester Easter Basket Promotion

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