Good morning Joey.
Heard your discussion about Chicago in your last podcast. Gloucester is my adopted city, but Chicago is my home town.
I visited Chicago in December and while there, represented GMG at Second City and in Little Italy, where I lived.
Leona’s was one of my favorite pizza places in the area. Stopped there for dinner after Second City; one of the few places to eat still open at 10 pm on a Sunday night. I was happy to see it’s still there more than 30 years later. Some of the same people were even still working there. The only thing that seemed different was the color of the table clothes. Maybe next time I visit I’ll bring back some pizza for a ‘Gloucester-Chicago’ pizza contest. :)
Have a great day. Karen
The Outsidah invites one and all to a very fun Book Launch Party!
The Outsidah is Doug Brendel, who writes humorous commentary on life in small-town New England from the standpoint of a newcomer.
Every year, Doug publishes all his columns, plus cartoons, in book form.
Color Me Ipswich features the past year’s worth of “Outsidah” columns,
but this year it’s also a coloring book!
And yes, there will be crayons!
Doug will perform Ipswich humor from the book …
Copies will be available for sale and autographs …
Refreshments will be served …
This event is free and open to the public!
See you there!
Sat., Feb. 20 … 7-9 p.m.
Personal Best Studio (above the Ipswich Ale brewery)
2 Soffron Lane, Ipswich
Questions? Email Outsidah@DougBrendel.com
More Cape Ann Wellness News
With yesterday’s snow storm you may not have gotten out much, but if you had you may have noticed a lot of women wearing red for National Red Dress Day.
Heart disease remains the #1 Killer of men and women world-wide. Heart (cardiovascular) disease includes high blood pressure, heart attack (myocardial infarction,) abnormal heart rhythm (arrhythmia,) congestive heart failure (CHF,) stroke (cerebrovascular disease) and more.
February is ‘National Heart Month.’ Wear red this month to help bring awareness to heart disease, risk factors, and prevention. ‘Get your red on’ all month-long.
Recognize Warning Signs of a Heart Attack. Symptoms of a heart attack can be different in men and women (more subtle at times) and may include –
- Chest pain or discomfort
- Pain in the upper body such as the neck, jaw, upper back, or arms
- A squeezing feeling or tightness in the chest
- Difficulty breathing
- Nausea or…
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VALENTINE COLLAGE ARTS and CRAFTS for LITTLE ONES ages 3-6 In The Montessori Art Kitchen With Colleen Apostolos-Marsh
Matz Gallery Artist for February: David Bover
Artist’s Statement :Fishing and the sea have defined Gloucester for centuries. The sights and smells of the water and boats are everywhere. I love roaming the docks in Gloucester to see what’s happening and perhaps capture a compelling image. These photographs attempt to convey some of the unique marine flavor of Gloucester – especially the rugged beauty of the city’s pride, its fishing boats. And a few shots of the wide horizon’s grander view as well. My focus is on light, color and pleasing patterns, on large or small scale. I hope you enjoy viewing these pictures as much as I’ve enjoyed making them. Walk around Gloucester and check out the waterfront in person! Biography: This show combines my lifelong passion for boats and the sea with the art of photography. I first visited Gloucester during college, while in Boston for a work term at…
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John Theo’s new dystopian novel, mission trip (CLEAN READS, 2016) is now available where all e-books are sold
In the year 2077, the United States has become a post-apocalyptic footnote in the world history books. The only place freedom still exists is in a shielded underwater city called The Atoll where a group of Christian refugees are trying to start over. The Atoll inhabitants are hated for their freedoms and hunted for their technology, but even in their protective bubble treachery still finds a way in.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John Theo Jr. has been a freelance writer for over ten years publishing both fiction and non fiction. He holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He is an adjunct professor at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts, where he teaches screenwriting. Mission Trip is his third full length novel. John lives on Cape Ann, Massachusetts with his family.
***Girl Scout Cookie Booth Sale***
Be the popular guy at Sunday’s Superbowl and show up with cookies!
This Saturday, February 6, 2016
Ace Hardware, Gloucester
9:30am to 12:00pm – $5/box
Help support a great group of girls as they learn goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and more! $0.90/box stays with the troop for events, camp, badges and more!
CHAMBER PRESENTS THE 2016 ECONOMIC OUTLOOK BREAKFAST FEBRUARY 26
The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Economic Outlook Breakfast on Friday, February 26, at The Elks at Bass Rocks, 101 Atlantic Road, Gloucester. Check-in, networking and breakfast will start at 7:30 AM and the program will begin at 8:00 AM.
This year the Chamber welcomes Rick Lord, President & CEO of Associated Industries of Massachusetts, Inc. Lord will speak about his perspective on our regional and statewide prospects for the coming year, including his insights on GE’s decision to relocate to Boston.
Richard C. Lord is President and Chief Executive Officer of Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM). AIM is a state-wide employer advocacy and service organization of more than 4,500 member companies. Prior to joining AIM, Mr. Lord served as Chief of Staff for the Committee on Ways and Means of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. The…
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Author and Ipswich resident, Doug Stewart will present an illustrated lecture on Essex County’s spectacular Great Salt Marsh on Saturday, Feb 6th.
The Marsh is a biological engine whose nutrients sustain fish stocks and bird life. It also protects shore towns from flooding and storm surges, but despite its necessity, the Marsh is poorly understood and under-appreciated. Stewart will explore the Great Marsh’s past as valuable real estate for farming salt hay, its unique success over much of the past century in dodging the nation’s swamp-filling mania, and its uncertain future as sea-level rise accelerates.
Dorothy Kerper Monnelly, Stillness at Dawn, silver gelatin print
The photography of Ipswich native, conservation volunteer and master photographer, Dorothy Kerper Monnelly will be on display in the auditorium. Monnelly and Stewart collaborated on Between Land and Sea – The Great Marsh.
Free for CAM members or with admission. Space is limited; reservations required…
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More Cape Ann Dining News-
7 Pleasant Street Inside Brown’s Mall www.stickyfingersbakeshop.com
I went in for their heavenly quiche and found out they now are roasting their own meats and making artisan sandwiches served on their own house made rolls. No mass produced deli meat here- real roasted meats on their sangies!
Oh and lest I forget, you HAVE to try the lightest most delicious quiche in town made right here-
And owner Cristina Hays has her beach glass jewelry featured off to the side-
More Cape Ann Health, Fitness and Wellness News-
ABC Home Healthcare is joining The Heart Truth program today Friday, February 5th—National Wear Red Day—to help spread the message that “Heart Disease Doesn’t Care What You Wear, It’s the #1 Killer of Women.®” Although significant progress has been made in increasing awareness among women that heart disease is their #1 killer, most women fail to make the connection between heart disease risk factors and their personal risk of developing the disease. This disease is largely preventable, but kills more women than all forms of cancer combined.
While heart disease risk begins to rise in middle age, heart disease develops over time and can start at a young age, even in the teen years. It’s never too early, or too late, to take action to prevent and control the risk factors for heart disease. Take the first step and schedule your Well-Woman Visit today, a prevention check-up to…
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