Monthly Archives: November 2015

GloucesterCast 160 Taped 11/22/15 With Guests @KimSmithDesigns, Leslie Heffron, @Ali4416, @K_HRock and Host @Joey_C #GloucesterMA

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GloucesterCast 160 Taped 11/22/15 With Guests Kim Smith, Leslie Heffron, Alicia Cox, Super K and Host Joey Ciaramitaro

Topics include:

leslie heffron, kim smith, alicia unleased, super k
small biz saturday nov 28th
phantom gourmet came to 525 in magnolia last friday look for the show
leslie’s art run down
leslie has A SHOW AT MASS GENERAL
soul surfing yoga retreat cape ann power yoga february 27 march 5th -kate says the place where they are staying is ridiculously beautiful
pigeon cove hidden treasures.
joey’s footwear thing

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COYOTE LAIR FILMED IN GLOUCESTER!

Coyotes typically sleep above ground in the open or under cover of shrubbery and wooded patches. Pup season is the only time coyotes use a den, which is usually a rocky outcrop, hollowed out stump, or a burrow made by fox, raccoon, skunk, or other medium-sized mammal. Coyotes will also make a den by digging a hole.

The color and shape of coyote poop (scat) varies, depending on what food is available. Purportedly at this time of year the scat is oftentimes reddish-orange because their diet is rich in apples.

SPECTRUM SINGERS PERFORM AT THE GLOUCESTER MEETINGHOUSE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 AT 3:00PM ~ Tolling the Bell for Paris

Tomorrow the Gloucester Meetinghouse will toll the Paul Revere bell in the Meetinghouse tower at 2:45pm, 15 minutes prior to the Spectrum Singers concert.  We will do this in honor of those who died or are suffering in Paris, the worldwide victims of terrorism or intolerance, and affirmation of our precious heritage of religious freedom.

The concert was planned before the tragic events in Paris but speaks to our common humanity through musical settings of the psalms and prayers of the 3 Abrahamic faiths – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – including the premiere of a choral piece by Mohammed Fairouz.  It concludes with the hauntingly beautiful setting of Psalm 90 by Charles Ives with the full chorus, soloists, bell choir, chimes and organ.

Whether you subscribe to a traditional religious practice or simply find a divine presence in nature…we hope you will join us for this meaningful community event.

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Today, Sunday at 2:45, the Bells of the UU Church Will Ring Out for Paris

The Paul Revere bell in the Gloucester Meetinghouse tower will toll at 2:45pm, 15 minutes prior to the Spectrum Singers concert. We will do this in honor of those who died or are suffering in Paris, the worldwide victims of terrorism or intolerance, and affirmation of our precious heritage of religious freedom.

Whether you subscribe to a traditional religious practice or simply find a divine presence in nature…we hope you will join us for this meaningful community event.12248083_10206436536644642_3851320480683406107_o

Cape Ann Community News 11/22/15

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First Baptist Church Holly Fair!

The First Baptist Church in Gloucester, 38 Gloucester Avenue, will hold its annual Holly Fair on Saturday, December 5 from 9:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. There will be homemade candy and baked goods, crafters, a White Elephant table, a raffle with prizes from many local businesses including a brand-new Keurig coffee maker, and a wonderful luncheon with our traditional kale soup and fish chowder. Come down and spend all or part of the day with us. We always have a great time! Call the church office at 978-283-4808 for more information.

Thanks Again,

Mark Spreer


The Gloucester Writer’s Center is holding a celebration and poetry read for Peter Albert Todd, Gloucester’s Poet Laureate who is gravely ill and in hospice. We will show a short video taken this past spring of Peter telling us stories of Gloucester in the 1930’s…

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Live Smoke at www.northeastbbq.com Soy/Ginger/Yellow Cayenne Pepper Marinated Tuna Steaks

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Thanks to skipper Brian Higgins aboard the F/V Toby Ann we’ve got some beautiful tuna steaks to smoke up today.
Last night I trimmed them up and put out my ingredients for the overnight marinade and added two more ingredients: Fresh Ginger which I’d grate into the bowl and finely chopped up yellow Cayenne Pepper.
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The marinade consisted of-

A Bottle of Veri Veri Teriyaki Marinade and Sauce

A Turn In the Bowl of Chili Oil and Japanese Sesame Oil

A Very Generous Amount of Crushed Red Pepper Flakes (I like stuff spicy)

A Half a Tablespoon of Granulated Garlic

Tablespoon of Freshly Grated Ginger

I Finely Chopped  Yellow Cayenne Pepper

A Cup Of Light Brown Sugar

Here’s one of teh tuna steaks before i put them to bed sealed in Ziploc bags overnight.

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This morning virtually all of the liquid of the marinade…

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