Daily Archives: January 8, 2013

Poop and Lysol- The Poll

  I’d just like to throw out there the premise that the smell of fresh poop masked unsuccessfully by Lysol is far more offending to the senses than straight up poop. Am I wrong in my thinking here? Like if … Continue reading

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Gran Prix of Gloucester Before and After

I am fully supportive of the Gran Prix, the quality of the people it brings here and what they put back into the community between the businesses that benefit and the showcasing of our City as a venue for world … Continue reading

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Old Gloucester Sea Food Recipes Circa 1932 Frank E Davis Fish Co Part 9- Shrimp

Thanks to Clark Dexter who dropped off this booklet filled with old fish recipes and some commentary from the man himself- Frank E Davis. The man who built the last building that was on I4C2- The Frank E Davis Fish … Continue reading

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Marine Railway Repair

 

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Wingersheek Beach on a Sunday afternoon in January

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Download Of The Day “one eskimo – amazing” on YouTube

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USS Dolphin, Rockport, circa 1900

The USS Dolphin (PG-24) was commissioned in 1885 as a naval dispatch vessel (there were no reliable radio communications at the time), and later became a gunship. She was the first of the ABCD ships (Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, and Dolphin), … Continue reading

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It may be the dead of winter, but it’s not dead in Gloucester

A mighty fine week of live music is shaping up beginning with Allen Estes in Dan King’s seat with Brown, Mattacks & Ginandes at Jalapenos 7pm, followed by Steve Caraway’s open mic at Dog Bar at 9 and Henley Douglas at … Continue reading

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Yo Councilor Cox Can We Kindly Request Turbine Results?

Per our discussion in the GMG comment section I contend that if the energy produced and saved results were made available online that it would make the proponents happy and the skeptics happy if the results are what they’ve been … Continue reading

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Gloucester Seagulls

I Love Homies! Random snapshots from recent photo trips with Fujufilm X-E1. Ubiquitous, and from every vantage point, the gulls always make their presence known. Gloucester seagulls are the best–so photogenic!

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“What I love doing is helping students pick up where they left off at the piano, sometimes decades earlier.

Julie Cleveland, Owner/Piano Instructor Cape Ann Piano Studio, Gloucester, MA On teaching adult learners: “What I love doing is helping students pick up where they left off at the piano, sometimes decades earlier. One of the greatest pleasures I get … Continue reading

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You know what my favorite is?

My favorite is when an organization or business is in crisis mode and reaches out to me for help. I drop what I’m doing bang out a post to our 45-60,000 daily readers, email the GMG team to get on … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s with Fly Amero at The Rhumb Line

  http://www.therhumbline.com/ Surf & Turf Specials! Wednesdays Only! Hello everyone! Wednesday, January 9th Special Guest: CHARLEE BIANCHINI! Photo by Louise It was totally unplanned.  My wife and I walked into the Landing in Manchester on our way home from chasing errands … Continue reading

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Public Art Challenge Application Deadline February 8th, 2013 -Get Your Creative Ass In Gear! There Will Be An Info Session At Sawyer Free January 12th

CALLING ALL ARTISTS The deadline for the application for the three awards for $47,000 for the Public Art Challenge is February 8, 2013. All  media! 18 years and up! Applications are starting to come in! Application Help and Site Visit: … Continue reading

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St. Ann School welcoming students from charter school

From school principal Michele Butler: St. Ann School of Cape Ann is happy to accept qualified transfer students from the charter school. We are pleased to be able to offer a pro-rated, discounted tuition for Gloucester Community Arts Charter School students who … Continue reading

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Poll- Do You Care If There Is An NHL Season?

Well The NHL Players Union and Owners Have Come To An Agreement For A Shortened Season.  Are You Upset That It Took This Long To Reach An Agreement?  Do You Even Care About Hockey?  If You Did Care About Hockey … Continue reading

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Be Determined

The past is over, learn from it.The future is coming, prepare for it. The present is here, live it. — Determination (@Be_Determined_) January 6, 2013   Let’s Do This!

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