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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Drivers along Southern Ave in Essex have been seeing the new barn going up at Bothways Farm,I thought I would share a few pictures for the Good Morning Gloucester viewers as it is not everyday that we get to see a barnraisng in progress.
The frame is made from Douglas Fir and is completely held together by joints and large dowels and no nails or metal braces are used. The frame was made right on site from scratch.The trees were from Maine.
The foundation is actually part of the old giant greenhouse that was there back in the 60`s through 2000 which some of the older generation may remember.
High light of the weekend was not only Gloucester Schooner Festival 2012 and another awesome Gloucester event but Ed brought free food on the boat with him.
We did our best to represent on our recent trip to the UK, and actually managed to get a few shots.
Represent-1 is at the Prime Meridian in Greenwich, England.
Represent-2 is at the smallest house in Great Britain in Conwy, Wales.
Represent-3 is in the Gloucester Road tube station in London.
And the fourth picture is of a memorial in Conwy. I thought it might be of interest to GMG readers.
For more photos click on slide show below:
Not to be missed! This evening at 7:00 pm in the Lane Gallery at the Cape Ann Museum Francie and Greg Bover are giving a free concert and presentation celebrating the decades-long project of the building of Francie’s beautiful harpsichord.
Peter and Vickie’s gimmesound featured Artist of the Week video ~
OK, school started & it’s after Labor Day so you think the Summer festival season is over, right? Wrong!
This Saturday (9/8) is Noise Magazine 31st Anniversary Fete starring Preacher Jack, Willie Alexander and T Max @ the Dog Bar.
If you missed these guys back in the spring, you DO NOT want to miss this! If you were there, you’ll want to go again. These guys ROCK!
And don’t forget Rob Newton’s Cape Ann Community Cinema music/movie festival Fall into the Rhythm starts next Tuesday with La Cenerentola. Check this out from the Opera in Cinema website: A Live Fairy Tale, a stunning new film-opera event from producer Andrea Andermann, has been called “A kaleidoscopic fairytale suspended between Mozart and Disney with a hint of noir” by La Repubblica. Watch as Rossini’s jubilant take on the story of Cinderella unfolds in real castles and ballrooms in Europe, and through lush, never-before-seen animation. Starring Lena Belkina as Cenerentola.
It’s still summer folks, as you can see by the fact that we have six live music choices tonight. Check the full live music schedule here.
Surf & Turf Specials!
Wednesday, September 5th
Special Guest: ALBERTA HILL!
Most commonly known as “Fozzie”, and… slightly older in
real life than pictured here, Alberta Hill is a songbird with a
child-like spirit. This is a first. Come hear her sing. ~ Fly
Dinner with Fly Amero: 8 – 11pm
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
Dave Trooper’s Kitchen…
Surf & Turf Dinner – $11.95 (while they last)
Something new for the summer! Tenderloin Tips with Grilled Garlic Shrimp!
Prepared fresh weekly by “Troop”… always good!
Sept. 12: Ric St. Germain
…to seeing you there! :-) ~ Fly
I hope all is well in this rainy day! I was wondering if you could post this short note- this is the last time for the season that Looptworks will be at the Cape Ann Farmers Market- and this is a great opportunity to get an UPCYCLED computer sleeve- As always, Joe, thank you so much! We love GMG!
Back to School today! Happy day to all Students! Save water, save energy, do the planet some good and protect your electronic valuables all at the same time!
Looptworks will be at the Cape Ann Farmers’ Market in Gloucester this Thursday September 6th and encourages you to come by and and check out their great iPad, iPhone, Tablet and laptop computer sleeves made of UPCYCLED excess wetsuit neoprene fabric. They’re perfect for the summer, perfect for back to school, look great and are a perfect solution for protecting your beloved gadgets in a padded protective sleeve.
Looking For Parade of Lights Photos and PARADE OF LIGHTS AWARDS PARTY will be this Friday, September 7th on the Bridge Deck at Mile Marker One
I am wondering if anyone has submitted photos of the Parade of Lights to you? Since I was in the parade itself, I don’t have photos of the boats from afar. Anyone?????
Also please post that the PARADE OF LIGHTS AWARDS PARTY will be this Friday, September 7th on the Bridge Deck at Mile Marker One (Cape Ann’s Marina Resort) at 6:30pm.
– Participants can pick up their fuel voucher
– Awards presentation
– Reggae with the Daniel Tucker Band to follow. (no cover)
– All welcome!
Cape Ann’s Marina Resort
Mile Marker One – Waterfront Restaurant & Bar
Hi! My name is Josie and I am at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CapeAnnAnimalAid.com) located at the Christopher Cutler Rich Animal Shelter here in Gloucester. I can’t believe I am on Good Morning Gloucester! I must be famous and don’t even know it.
I am just one, still a kitten. I have a beautiful coat. I am a bit shy, but real calm and a loyal friend. I hope you might want to stop by and visit me at Four Paws Lane in Gloucester. I have to run, if people know I was on Good Morning Gloucester, they might want my autograph and I have to practice my writing!
On Saturday, Sept, 1, during the Schooner Festival, there was a pot-luck supper and sing-along on the schooner Adventure, docked on Rocky Neck. It was a great time! I was there last year too, and this is the sort of the thing that makes me so glad to be in Gloucester!
The Bounty leaving Gloucester Harbor under full sail from Peter Seminara
The Schooner ‘ADVENTURE’ is back…From Len Burgess
Here’s a slide show of some photos of Gloucester’s beautiful ‘ADVENTURE’ making it’s grand entrance at the Schooner Festival.
Taken from the schooner ‘Fame’. -Len Burgess
Click photo for slide show-
Good Harbor Sunrise September 4 From Scott Larsen
bounty leaving gloucester from david girard
what a great sight!
Lowell Peabody submits-
Bounty Heads Out Of Gloucester Harbor From Bill O’Connor
We were lucky enough to get close to the HMS Bounty Monday morning as she sailed out of the harbor!
North Shore Kid
Phyllis A. sail on the schooner Lannon
The Schooner Lannon is doing a benefit sail on Monday, September 17th for the Phyllis A.
Hi Joey – great to see you this morning & can’t wait to steam up those lobsters!
Here’s a little blurb from me & Beth!
On Sunday September 9th, 9AM – 3PM – we are having a little gathering at the home-studio of Jackie Ganim’s sea glass jewelry studio. Enjoy work from – Beth Williams – who makes beautiful glass beads and jewelry and lives in the neighborhood, Jo-Anne Crawford, who has a lovely silk collection from female tribes in Southeast Asia, and Mahroussie Jabba who will treat us to a demonstration of Lebanese bread-making – thus “breaking bread at the barn.” Please stop by for a cup of coffee & bite if you are around that day…. check out some beautiful work, and meet some new neighbors!
Jackie Ganim-DeFalco 44 Thurston Pt.– www.capeanndesigns.com 978-283-8333
Beth Williams – www.bethwilliams.com – 978-283-5566
On the next Cape Ann Profiles show host Rich Sagall interviews Cape Ann Ruth Salinger. They discuss her political activities in Massachusetts and Washington, DC, her work in international peace negotiations, and her current activities acting as an agent for Russian artists and crafts people. In addition, she relates her interactions with Eleanor Roosevelt, Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin, Jimmy Carter and other well known politicians.
Cape Ann Profiles can be seen on Cape Ann TV Channel 12 on Friday, September 7 at 10:30AM and 7:00PM and on Sunday, September 9 at 2:00PM. It repeats on Friday, Se ptember 14 at 10:30AM and 7:00PM and on Sunday, September 16 at 2:00PM.
Rich Sagall is a physician and the president of NeedyMeds, a national non-profit that provides information on programs that help people unable to afford their health care costs. He also publishes Pediatrics for Parents, a children’s health newsletter.
Temple Ahavat Achim invites families to the SCRS ("Sylvia Cohen Religious School") Open House and "Back to School" Celebration on Sunday, September 9th at 10 am!
This Open House is a chance to reconnect with friends and teachers before school, bring and meet prospective families.
There will be dancing, music, games, photo booths, storytelling and more fun!
Interfaith families are welcome!!
For more information, please contact David Wesson, TAA’s Director of Congregational Learning and Programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org.