Daily Archives: January 31, 2013

Update To The Post By Virginia (Frontiero) McKinnon From The Infamous Fred Buck (Update At Bottom)

Hi Joey, I recently joined the Gloucester Writers Group. On Jan. 17th I attended my first meeting, The Inaugural Meeting of Fish Tales, Live Story Telling. I would like to share my story and pictures with your readers. Virginia (Frontiero) … Continue reading

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Well Lookey Here- Sista Felicia Is On Twitter

Follow her and ask her cooking questions.  I bet she’d be happy to answer your questions. look in your frig for some cooking inspiration add a little of this&that and create a dish thats all that#shrimp #yum twitter.com/SistaFelicia/s… — Felicia … Continue reading

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Try This Yogurt- Sunrise Farms Mediterranean Style Yogurt

I’ve been eating ciobani yogurt with unsalted and roasted almonds.  They were all out at Market Basket so I picked up this brand.  Let me tell you it was like eating whipped cream.  You could fill cannoli shells with the … Continue reading

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You know what I love? I love when my opponents talk smack. it motivates me.

This from Muffy after her workout this morning in which she surpassed me in our MyZone Challenge- “That’s my sidekick to your head Capt Joey! #macattack” (taken at Manchester Athletic Club) Nice Muff Master Muff. So to begin the day … Continue reading

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Faces on The Waterfront

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As Thom said Access for all

Here is some information about this beautiful gem in our city, courtesy of The Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church website. It’s Official: We Have Lifts! Welcome to Gloucester’s oldest church building (1806), the home of America’s first Universalist Society founded by Rev. … Continue reading

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A bit of this and a bit of that

Things you find around the waterfront. E.J. Lefavour

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Access for Everyone

Access for everyone at the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church as todays ribbon cutting ceremony unveils 2 new platform-lifts.  The installations of the platform-lifts makes access to all 3 levels possible.   The construction effort included: Installation of an outdoor ramp, … Continue reading

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leopard-skin pill-box hat

I have been dying to go to the Hats: An Anthology exhibit at the PEM and am looking forward to a visit this afternoon. If you haven’t been, go–several friends have given it rave reviews and the exhibit closes this … Continue reading

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Globe Covers YMCA Benefit

    Globe North ~ Page 3 Above the Fold ~ Get tickets here!

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David Cox Now an Active Author on GMG

Welcome David Cox as an active author on GMG This his his first post with his profile All the Seagulls are excited and his mom would be very proud.

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I would not go out on a bridge or pier today

Just came back in from the Magnolia Pier, was out there for a few minutes and almost blew away.  Be care out there today.  Please check out the video. http://youtu.be/GukuPIUSbnY

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Luminous French architecture

  Several people have recently mentioned how much they enjoy my photos from Paris. Here are a few more! Gothic architecture often gets a bad rap as being dark and gloomy. It can be dark and gloomy at night, but … Continue reading

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From Today’s New York Times Online

Sent by mabl64@comcast.net: U.S. Cod Fishery in Crisis Jim Ford, a cod fisherman out of Gloucester, Mass., faces an uncertain future after the New England Fisheries Management Council voted Wednesday on painful reductions to cod harvests. Cod Fishery in Crisis … Continue reading

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Thanks to GMG Team from Committee for the Arts

Catherine Ryan writes- Hi Joey Thank you Donna and Marty for your photographs documenting the City’s murals restoration! As FOBs we’re so lucky to be exposed to so many GMG artist photographers and their unique take. Donna your posts and … Continue reading

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Real Estate Folks Upset That Minimum Down Payment On A House Might Go To 20% Like That’s a Bad Thing

Say it ain’t so!!! Will 20% Soon Be the Minimum Down Payment on a Home? j.mp/XXELwo — Patty Knaggs (@pattyknaggsalot) January 23, 2013 Gloucester Real Estate agent Patty Knaggs posted A link to this article- Will 20% Soon Be the … Continue reading

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Perkins St Fire Victims Can Pick Up Clothing And household Items Today at Noon

Sefatia writes- All fire Victims can Pick Up At Cruiseport, at noon Thursday Jan, 31st

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