Daily Archives: November 4, 2012

Gloucester Mass October 16, 1955 ~ Shared by Renata Greene

I’m suppose to tell Joey that Muffy sent me.

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A Question For The GMG FOB’s That Tune In To GMG Daily- What Brings You Back?

If you are a GMG FOB from outside of Cape Ann before you go any further please comment below the post where it says “comment” as to what brings you back daily to the blog. This morning when I got … Continue reading

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You’re Coming To The North Shore Of Boston? This Is The Guide Book You Need To Buy- The Essex Coastal Byway Guide By Joel Brown

Joel Brown is a freelance writer who writes for the Boston Globe, http://www.hubarts.com and other publications.  His Essex Coastal Byway Guide Is THE GUIDE for anyone coming to visit from out of town but also for locals who want to … Continue reading

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ESSEX GRAVEYARD TOUR

Len Burgess writes- ESSEX SHIPBUILDING MUSEUM, GRAVEYARD TOUR STORY IN THE GLOUCESTER TIMES, FRIDAY 11/2/12 -LB

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Angel Reading

 Amy Fleischer of Newburyport (R) at an angel reading conducted by Joy L. Kasmer on Saturday at Bodin Historic Photo.

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Sunset over Magnolia Harbor

On Saturday evening, October 27th  there was an amazing sunset and the sky also had colors like a rainbow.

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Did You Know? (Abracadabra)

That the first known mention of the word was in the third century AD in a book called Liber Medicinalis (sometimes known as De Medicina Praecepta Saluberrima) by Quintus Serenus Sammonicus,[1] physician to the Roman emperor Caracalla, who prescribed that … Continue reading

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HMS Bounty Sinking Timeline

HMS Bounty Sinking Timeline The Coast Guard said it would “probe every aspect of the accident and will determine as closely as possible” what caused it, whether there is evidence of equipment failure or human error, and if it or … Continue reading

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New iPhone 5 Panorama

Click twice to embiggen: sucker is 9,283 pixels wide.Panorama on the new iPhone 5 is pretty slick. As simple as can be and no waiting. Sometimes it says to slow down as I pan across. Here is one of my … Continue reading

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Film: My Daughter Liv and Max Getting Married

This beautiful film was sent to me by one of my dearest friends, Claudia, the filmmaker’s Mom. Her daughter Magdalena is currently studying film and poetry at Hampshire College in Amherst. She is very interested in recycled images and has … Continue reading

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Sunrise Over Gloucester From The Top Of Varian’s Turbine Courtesy Our Boy Steve Spencer

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Isn’t Daylight Savings Time Kinda Stupid?

Like Why? Does anyone not get that it’s gonna be darker earlier and the sun is gonna come out later in the morning? Why confuse the whole country and make everyone in this day and age of more and more … Continue reading

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Memories of Paris

More scrumptiousness from my recent vacation in Paris… the Eiffel Tower at night. No tripod, zero retouching. Have I mentioned how much I love this camera? – Fr. Matthew Green

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Sem Sutter Represents! in Friedrichstadt Germany

I’m an avid follower of GMG.  Here’s a pic of me representing in Friedrichstadt, a North German port city that was active in the 17th c. and is now quiet and picturesque. Best, Sem C. Sutter Head of Collection Development … Continue reading

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Charles Bukowski Quote of The Week From Greg Bover

November 1, 2012 “An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way.” Charles Bukowski (1920-1994) Born Heinrich Carl Bukowski in Germany after the First World War, Bukowski’s American father … Continue reading

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Correction

Regarding November 6th election, the Gloucester City website stated that voting for Ward 2 was at Lady of Good Voyage and McPherson Park, CORRECTION, only Lady of Good Voyage.  Thank you Melissa Cox for this information and also for GMG … Continue reading

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Community Photos 11/4/12

Ed Boynton writes- Hi Joe, Recently had the chance to photo the "babe" as she steams out of the Annisquam river where it was docked at the Cape Ann Marina for the hurricane last week.   We took it up river … Continue reading

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