Monthly Archives: April 2013
Hi Joey,This bag was pulled out of the water a few days ago behind Maritime Gloucester by one of the gig rowers. Looks like some clothes and keys among other things, and a season of…….. "LOST". Hmmm…….MLazaruz
Hi Joey, I love your blog especially for the beautiful nature photos. I want to recommend a local poet’s work, and website, http://susanvgabriel.com/home.html, (and book) for the same reason. Susan Gabriel of Hamilton has a breathtaking book and website, worth a plug on your blog.I would also give a plug to local Manchester, celeb, Wendy Booker, a truly amazing woman who just released a new book, and she is a fascinating and inspirational speaker.
New Altitude: Beyond Tough Times to the Top of the World by Wendy L. Booker
Thanks for taking the place of my morning newspaper.
Dot Sieradzki, ManchesterPS I am a librarian, hence the book references.Benjamin Franklin once sniffed that he”had no use for a man with but one spelling for a word.”
Rare sighting of The Gloucester Boyz on Rocky Neck by Sailor Stan’s. They wanted their identities to remain secret. Does anyone know who they are?
Thursday, April 18th at 7 pm at the Temple Ahavat Achim (86 Middle St., Gloucester)
Did you know that the Torah says the first human being was androgynous? Did you know that there are six different genders mentioned in sacred Jewish texts?
Come learn about the multifarious responses to homosexuality and gender diversity in Jewish tradition. Learn how we can become more aware and inclusive to gay and transgender people in our community.
The Jewish Response To… series is a collaborative program that TAA has joined with Temple B’nai Abraham and Beth Shalom.
Presents: “Ornaments of the Mind: Needlework and a New England Girl’s Education”
A free will donation is suggested; members will be admitted free of charge.
Swing back in time with songs like “My Way,” “Summer Wind,” and ”Strangers in The Night” with one of the finest Frank Sinatra impressionists in the country, Michael Dutra. Dutra has performed his tribute to ‘Ol Blue Eyes around the world since 2002, taking the stage more than 300 nights per year and stunning audiences with his dead-on renditions of Sinatra classics.
The “AZ ONE” Gospel Trio sings in a gospel Sunday service at 10:00 AM Sunday, April 14, at the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church St., Gloucester
Our new Nephew Tommy Olson. He arrived here from South Korea On 10/9/12 the first anniversary of my son Paul’s death. It was a sad and happy day if that makes sense. We babysit at least once a week. He makes my day. We were worried that he’d have a hard time fitting in with a big Italian family. Tommy fit right in. He loves all his cousins, aunt’s and Uncles. He’s such a sweetheart! Hopefully his brother Johnathan will be here soon. Tommy’s such a special Kid!
Doesn’t this look like an alien wearing a gas mask, sticking its head out of the wall?
Its body is apparently hiding in the basement of Central Grammar.
Learn to Row !!
With the International Dory Racing Committee
This May is your opportunity to take advantage of a free seminar hosted by the GloucesterInternational Dory Racing Committee. Every Wednesday at 6 PM and Sunday at 9 AMexperienced rowers will teach novices the proper rowing techniques required to row a Banks Dory right in Gloucester Harbor. This is a “hands on” seminar with all equipment and the dories provided by the IDRC, but you must be 13 years or older and complete the attached sign-up forms by April 25th. Here is what is in store for attendees:
· Tools of the trade – oars, thole pins, thwarts, etc.
· History of dory rowing – from the Grand Banks fishing to 2013 racing the Canadians
· Basic boat handling
· Stroke technique and pace
· Racing techniques and turns
· And more!
Our first day is Wednesday, May 1stat 6 PM, meeting at the Town Landing, St. Peter’s Square, in Gloucester and class size is limited, so sign up today and learn t
Hi Joey – writing you on suggestion of Henry Ferrini. I teach “Writing A 10-Minute Play” workshops there & we have had 2 incredibly successful evenings of Staged Readings at Rocky Neck Cultural Center of the plays that came out of the workshops – “filling the house” both times. We just finished the 3rd “Writing a 10-Minute Play” workshop & have the Staged Reading for that one scheduled for April 27. It’s all very exciting to see our short play community building.
I am writing now to tell you about a special 1-night workshop coming up on April 15th. The poster w/ all info is below. Hoping you can put it on Good Morning Gloucester. Thank you SO much for all you do for the Cape Ann community!!