Daily Archives: September 26, 2012

Ken Duckworth and Lara Lepionka- Locavore City Up In Duckworth’s Bistrot Baby!

  You know those glossy food magazines with all the stuffy pretentious locavores all tripping over themselves to promote the latest trend like last year rabbit- you know the ones I’m talking about.  The foodie bananaheads you just wanna punch … Continue reading

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GHS JV Football (David B. Cox Photos)

Click on Slide show for more photos: GHS JV Football VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL      

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The Colors of Gloucester From Ann Kennedy

Ann Writes- I never tire of the beautiful and inspirational colors of Gloucester–whether on the water, downtown, or enjoying the neighborhoods.  The Colors of Gloucester From Ann Kennedy VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL

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Lantern and Grass

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Fun day at Fenway

Even though my beloved Red Sox have not had an all-star season,to say the least, it is still a blast to go to Fenway and experience the ambience of the park.  Here a couple of pictures I took on Saturday.  We had amazing … Continue reading

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Did You Know? (Good Used Cars)

If you find yourself in need of a good used vehicle, call or stop in and see Peter Anderson at Meineke, 168 Eastern Ave., Gloucester.  My old Annie girl reached the point this summer where taking her to my mechanic to … Continue reading

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Farewell Monarchs

Inquiring minds want to know, “Where do the Monarchs go?” I am often asked this question, not by children, but by adults. Most children have studied, or are studying, the butterfly life cycle and the have some degree of knowledge … Continue reading

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Children’s Drop and Shop $50 Savings Off Manchester Athletic Club Membership Coupon

Can’t even begin to tell you how much money the money the Mrs has saved on the girls’ toys that she scored at the Drop and Shop.  Stuff like Thomas The Train setups for like $10 that cost $200 at … Continue reading

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Slivers of early reflected sunlight

Early sunlight glints off the metal cross on the steeple of St. Ann’s Church. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Think About How Great It Must Be To Be Mayor of GTown

After looking over the blog today I’m saying to myself, “Wow look at all the incredible stuff happening in this town and all the great stuff that HAS HAPPENED in this town over the years” Like the ridiculous art scene, … Continue reading

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The Latest Stylebook Featuring Vintage Finds

If you like vintage goods, check out The Roving Home‘s most recent stylebook in collaboration with photographer Esther Mathieu.

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Pet of the Week-Cochise

Hi I am Cochise and I  am here at the Cape Ann Animal Aid located at Four Paws Lane, Gloucester with my siblings.  We are all playful pups.  Our mom is a Beagle mix who weighs about 38 pounds.  We think we … Continue reading

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Paint Factory in the Mist

Sharon Lowe Photography

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Mass Views: Fishing schooner and fish market, Gloucester Harbor 1940 aprox Boston Public Library

You see the building that says Fish Market?  That is the building where the fire was last week that the Gloucester Fire department quickly snuffed out.  Look at Jay Albert’s pictures here from the scene  His pictures are from the … Continue reading

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Thank you Donna Ardizonni, GMG, Rose, and the DPW for solving the trash problem at the Lighthouse!

6:30 AM This Morning Just yesterday- Trash at Eastern Point Lighthouse Parking Lot Posted on September 25, 2012 by Kim Smith

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On a Mission from Bill O’Connor

Hi Joey, While we were at the Eastern Point breakwater on Saturday, this guy walked by us like he was on a mission.  He was going to have fish for dinner for sure. The breakwater is a great excursion because … Continue reading

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Tracking the Ardelle

Len Burgess writes- As of Tuesday night the Ardelle was at the southern tip of New Jersey near Cape May and at the entrance to Delaware Bay and are planning to take the Intercoastal. The new site to track the … Continue reading

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