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Fri, 7 Mar 2014 - 8:00pm
MARDI GRAS Concert featuring CHARLES NEVILLE at LARCOM THEATRE ~ MARDI GRAS CONCERT ~ HENRI SMITH feat. CHARLES NEVILLE FRI & SUN MAR 7&9 - 13 Wallis Street, Beverly, MA 01915 - Phone: 978-525-9093
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IRISH BAROQUE ORCHESTRA
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Fri, 7 Mar 2014 - 8:30pm
THE DIRTY DOGS
ICC (Italian Community Center) Beverly, MA at ICC Italian Community Center - Rantoul Street, Beverly, MA
Fri, 7 Mar 2014 - 9:00pm
NED AND THE BIG BABIES
Rcok n Rock at Minglewood Tavern - 25 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA 01930 - Phone: 978-281-0223
Fri, 7 Mar 2014 - 9:30pm
THE RUNAROUND SOUND
at The Rhumb Line - 40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA - Phone: 978-283-9732
Sat, 8 Mar 2014 - 6:00pm
Early Show with special guest at The Rhumb Line - 40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA - Phone: 978-283-9732
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March Madness ~ Dance & Auction Tix: 978-526-7626 at American Legion - 14 Church St, Manchester, MA 01944 - Phone: (978) 526-4591
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WHAT TIME IS IT MR. FOX?
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? at Old Sloop Coffeehouse presents What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? - 12 School Street, Rockport, MA 01966 - Phone: 978-309-9667
Sat, 8 Mar 2014 - 9:00pm
JAKE PARDEE BAND
Blues/Rock/Jam at Minglewood Tavern - 25 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA 01930 - Phone: 978-281-0223
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Author Archives: E.J.
Participating artists include: Charles Francis, Annie Ziergiebel, JP Ware, Deb Shradieck, Susie Fiels, EJ Lefavour, Camilla Macfayden, Beth Williams, Donna Ardizzoni, Phil Cusumano, Marty Morgan, Thi Linh Wenau, Kathy Roberts, Elynn Kroger, Nina Goodick, Mary Ann DeLouise, Conrad Roeske, Catherine … Continue reading
Alzheimer’s Disease is not a happy subject, nor one that is specifically Cape Ann focused, but is one that has, is now, or may one day effect many GMG contributors and readers, personally or through a loved one. My mother, … Continue reading
This big rolly polly seal was trying so hard to stay on his rock as the tide came in at Brace Cove. Eventually the sea won and knocked him off. E.J. Lefavour
You young ones out there probably won’t, but any of you 50 somethings and beyond will certainly remember him. In addition to being a tv personality that most kids in this region watched in the 50′s, 60′s and early 70′s, … Continue reading
Today you can pick up a Nikon Coolpix underwater camera for a few hundred bucks and grab yourself some underwater shots pretty easily. Not so in the old days. These photos go back to the early 50′s when my dad … Continue reading
Hussein bin Talal, Ḥusayn bin Ṭalāl; 14 November 1935 – 7 February 1999) was King of Jordan from the abdication of his father, King Talal, in 1952, until his death. Hussein’s rule extended through the Cold War and four decades of Arab-Israeli conflict. He recognized Israel in 1994, becoming the … Continue reading
I haven’t been able to catch him facing in my direction while out on his daily sails in the arctic wind and cold around Smiths Cove. Some believe it is Gordon Baird. Inquiring minds want to know. Is this Gordon … Continue reading
The opening of Translucence at Flatrocks Gallery Friday night was extremely well attended, but not at all surprising for such an excellent show and gallery space. For us on this side of Cape Ann, it may seem a little out of the … Continue reading
Then definitely go check out the Winter Meditations exhibit at Trident Gallery, 189 Main Street. The Opening last night was great and the work is exceptional and very exciting to be able to see right here on Main Street. The … Continue reading
Hello, I am excited to announce that Treetop Yoga has chosen Pathways as the beneficiary of this month’s Karma Class. The class will be held on Sunday, January 26th, 6:30-8pm at Treetop (7 Parker St. in Gloucester). This class is … Continue reading
Me nude bathing and nude horseback riding. How’s that for hard core GMG. Found these and many other great old slides from the 50′s and before while visiting my mother this weekend. I didn’t know I had been photographed nude … Continue reading
That is one determined sailor. He has been out there even on the most frigid days to brighten up Smiths Cove, along with Mysis, the tug, fish shack, and whatever that other red thing is by the house boat. E.J. … Continue reading
I love the bold greens in the woods in winter – a constant reminder that spring is just around the corner. Ravenswood Park is a beautiful place to walk, thanks to the generosity of Samuel E. Sawyer. In 1889, Sawyer’s … Continue reading
When I lived in East Boston, we believed we had the best Boston skyline view. Granted it was closer, but we have a really nice view here without the traffic and crazy drivers. E.J. Lefavour
Can’t help but shoot whenever I am at Niles Pond. Such a pretty spot. E.J. Lefavour
Whenever I hear a ruckus of crows, I always look for a hawk. This hawk looked uneasy while being harassed by three crows as he perched in this tree. He finally had enough and flew off, with them in close … Continue reading
It probably won’t last, and it is pretty. E.J. Lefavour
And we allow so many little things to hold us back from achieving our dreams and full potential. E.J. Lefavour
Beautiful ice crystal formations just seem to follow Len Burgess, and he always sees and captures them so nicely. This photo is the top of his car.
An acoustic duo from Gloucester’s sister city of Shelburne, Nova Scotia, “Naming the Twins” perform folk songs in the tradition of Peter, Paul & Mary. Join them at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck for an evening of food, fun, … Continue reading
I walked out to Eastern Point today and it felt downright balmy compared to yesterday’s biting wind and frigid windchill factor. Today felt more like global warming than a polar vortex. The iced rocks and frozen froth just looks like … Continue reading
Generally such a quiet gentle cove. A day after the storm ended, the tide and waves are still high and very cold looking. E.J. Lefavour