GloucesterCast 203 With Chuck Hayback, Kim Smith, James Caviston, Mike Storella, Ed Collard, Karen Ruistuben, Catherine Ryan, Pat and Jimmy Dalpiaz, and Joey Ciaramitaro



Topics Include:
Cape Ann Plein Air Event October 10-16

Ok. FYI for your notes J I broke down the CAPA stats

  • 40 artists from 18 states
  • 12 are from MA

o    7 are from North Shore

o    4 are from Cape Ann:

–       MA: Jeff Weaver (Glou), Ken Knowles (Rockport), John Caggiano (Rockport), Rae O’Shea (Rockport), Janet Sutherland (Ipswich), George Martin (Beverly), Alan Bull (Newburyport), Michael Compton (Cambridge), Paul George (Cambridge), George Van Hook (Cambridge), Carol Arnold (Northbridge), Eli Cedrone (Stoughton)

MA-12, ME- 4, NY- 4, NY- 4, OR- 2, MO- 2, FL- 1, CA- 1,, AZ- 1,, CT- 1,, VT-1, MD-1, TX- 1, TN- 1, NJ-1, PA- 1, NH-1, HI-1

 Apple Festival In Stonington Ct
Miss Perigrine’s Home For Peculiar Children Playing at Gloucester Cinema Review
Passports and Franklin
Mile Marker Review with Pat and Jimmy Dalpiaz
En Vogue Fundraiser
Public Art On Ed’s Cross Country Trip
Poverty Point Louisiana/Gettysburg
Cat Ryan October Art Festivals
Best Apples- HoneyCrisp

One comment

  • Very nice and look at the reach here across America well done and another job well done podcast! A place I like the words of wisdom and thought we all learn from! Thanks PC 203 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    The cancer story is inspiring keep pushing forward! 🙂 Dave & Kim:-)

    Ed I bet you had a great time it is something to just do a great escape! The desert is alive also! One thing I learned going cross country at 13 was the difference words mean different for example believe it was a Midwestern state I asked for a tonic (Soft drink when I was kid in MA) – the counter lady brought me some Vo5 Hair Tonic :-O Dave


    Hold on to what is good, Even if it’s a handful of earth.

    Hold on to what you believe, Even if it’s a tree that stands by itself.

    SUPPORT Hold on to what you must do, Even if it’s a long way from here.

    Hold on to your life, Even if it’s easier to let go.

    Hold on to my hand, Even if someday I’ll be gone away from you.

    Pueblo Prayer
    In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.
    – Iroquois Maxim (circa 1700-1800)

    Children learn from what they see. We need to set an example of truth and action. – Howard Rainer, Taos Pueblo-Creek (2012)

    Veronica Nunn & Michael Franks ·”Leading me back to you


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