Rockport, Harvey Park, across the street from the Red Skiff that you might be able to get into if you wait two more weeks and the tourists have left. But go now. Buy a chicken that was just a puffy little chick at Seaview Farm earlier this summer. Now they are big and round and ready for your frying pan or oven. Get that chicken, fresh eggs, Vidalia Onion Pickle Relish any day 38 South Street, Rockport.
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For 2015 Gloucester Schooner Festival Information- http://gloucesterschoonerfestival.net/
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! No, seriously this is HUGE!
Joey is trusting ME with a microphone and coming soon ‘Alicia Unleashed’ Podcast! (yes you read that right)
An all women podcast with special guest’s featuring YOU! We will be inviting women that follow GMG or listen to the podcasts for their views on subject matters!
Get ready ladies! The next guest could be YOU!
This Thursday I’m really psyched to bring you something new and scrofulous: The Tenor Titan, Mr. Scotty Shetler. We played here in the “old” days and he just slipped through my cracks. Ah, all these years…. You gotta hear this guy play! He just oozes Omphalos! Sings, too. A great front man!
Not only that, but Mr. Pete Henderson,lonely in these parts, is making a rare appearance on catarrh and vocals. Another awesome boost to our flame-throwing lineup.Top it all off with the Atomic Clock, Mr. David Mattacks with me cringing in the background and you’ll be crying “Uncle!”. This could be one of the best shows all summer!
40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
Saturday & Sunday
August 29th & 30th
209 Essex Ave, Gloucester MA
(The parking lot at Tally’s Auto Sales)
This will be a packed sale with tons of fresh merchandise! There will be antiques, collectibles, vehicles, furniture, tools, art, jewelry, books, records and much more!
This will be a great sale for re-sellers!
Sorry, no time for pictures but don’t worry, there will be PLENTY for sale!
Cape Ann Auction Sponsored Yard Sale
Ron Gilson submits-
Ben Pine’s name was a household word in the days of sail- the illustrious 1920s. Piney said that the Essex built Schooner Columbia “Was the finest piece of wood to ever show her highs out of Gloucester.” Schooner Columbia was lost prematurely off Sable Island only a few years after her launching. She was the best that Essex built and Gloucestermen sailed schooner in the history of dorymen.
You can see from the photo Ron took this morning that on the tombstone of Ben Pine it depicts the beautiful Schooner Columbia.
Come down to Maritime Gloucester (23 Harbor Loop, downtown Gloucester) to celebrate the arrival of the schooner Columbia on Thursday, August 27, at 10am. All attendees will be entered into a raffle for a free 2015 Schooner Festival Hat and Schooner Festival T-Shirt! (must be present during the drawing to win)
Help us welcome the Columbia is proper Gloucester style!
Schooner Roseway In The Fog – Photos From Anthony Marks
For More Info- http://gloucesterschoonerfestival.net/
Ticket sales go to the Carlo “Sleepy” Palazolla Memorial fund, which benefits not only Gloucester youth sporting teams but the Saint Peter’s Fiesta sporting events.
Janelle Pallazola, Sleepy’s daughter, writes that this is the second year that Sleepy’s trophy has been shared with the winners including all men, women, and junior seine boat winning teams along with Greasy Pole champions; this year’s pole walking champs being Lenny Taormina (Friday), Joey DaSilva (Saturday), and Jake Wagner (Sunday). Currently Joe is holding the the trophy for all the winners.
Come join the fun while supporting Fiesta competitions and our local youth teams!
For as long as Passports Restaurant has been open, my husband and I have been regulars!
We have always had an outstanding meal and even better service. Last night after the podcast taping at Cape Ann TV we headed over there for some amazing dinner and great wine!
Joey’s new obsession ‘Seafood Paella’
Super K’s Cobb Salad
Ohhhh and what did I have? The amazing Steak and Potato salad but there’s no picture because I dug in and ate some before Joey could stop me to take a picture!
Go see Eric and his team! You won’t be disappointed!
108 Main St, Gloucester
This week only…
Prime Rib – $12.95 (while they last)
Wednesday, August 26th – 7pm
Special Guest: BILL GLEASON!
True blues with the great Bill Gleason. Nobody does what
this guy does. An incredible study of the genre. Wouldn’t
want you to miss it! – 7pm! ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
Dave Trooper’s Kitchen…
Prepared fresh weekly by “Troop”… always good!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
Looking forward……to seeing you there :-)
For more info- http://www.gloucesterblockparty.com/September.html
Participating stores and restaurants-
Participating Stores and Restaurants:
The Cave, Premier Imprints,TBT Post, West End Sweets, Short & Main, Cafe Sicilia, Cafe Bishco, Cape Ann Olive Oil, Pop Gallery, Dog Bar, Palazola’s Sporting Goods, Jalapenos, Pisces, Mark Adrian Shoes, Harbor Goods/Life is Good, Local Colors, Kid’s Unlimited, Topside Grill, Turtle Alley, Dogtown Book Shop, G33K, Village Silversmith, Toodeloos!, Ohana, The Weathervane, The Dress Code, Fabola, Trident Gallery, Blue River Diamonds
His Newest Story, What Pet Should I Get &
LIVE AT GLOUCESTER STAGE SATURDAY AUGUST 29 AT 10AM
Live Theatre Performances for Young Audience Members Age 3 and Older
Gloucester Stage continues Playtime Stories, a fun combination of children’s stories, live performances and children’s activities for ages 3 and older, on Saturday, August 29 at 10 am at Gloucester Stage, 267, East Main Street, Gloucester. The stories set for August 29 are from Dr. Seuss: the new Dr. Seuss story, Which Pet Should I Get? and the classic tale of The Lorax. Following the performance, young audience members are invited to join Youth Program Director Heidi Dallin, Gloucester Stage Education Apprentices: Avery Daniels, Jenna Worden and Amelia Dornbush and cast members from the Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop program for activities and theatre games. On August 29 young audience members can learn about Stage Makeup and be made up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character from the stories, play theatre games and participate in a craft. Playtime Stories offers young children the unique opportunity to experience the fun and magic of live theatre as they watch their favorite books come to life onstage as well as the opportunity to join the Playtime Stories Company in fun and interactive workshops relating to the story. Each week Playtime Stories explores a different story ranging from classic fairy tales to new stories to works by local authors. All Playtime Stories’ performances are held at 10 am at Gloucester Stage, 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA. Admission is $5. For more information, call the Gloucester Stage Box Office at978-281-4433 or visit www.gloucesterstage.com.
I spent my summers in Hull from the age of 3 to 21. My Nonnie bought a cottage on the bayside with a view of the bay and also Paragon Park. On August 19, 2015, went to visit a very close friend to visit her and her mom in Nantasket Beach. We went to the Hull Point and took this photo of Boston. The airport is only 7 miles away from this spot.
$1 Oysters are what’s up on Cape Ann right now.
The following places advertise on a weekly basis and are subject to change by the week. If there are places that I have not listed please leave a comment and I will update.
All day Monday- Thursday
Tuesday- Dinner hours
Wednesday- Lunch and Dinner hours
Thursday and Friday Lunch hours only
Everyday except Wednesdays
During the hours of 5pm to 6pm and 9pm to 10pm
Wednesday- All day
Every Sunday all day
What? You’ve never been aboard the Beauport Princess Cruise Ship? Rectify that on Schooner Festival Sunday!
This is NOT a small whale-watch or fishing boat. It’s a fully-loaded CRUISE SHIP featuring 2 enclosed decks with dance floors, 3 full-service bars (wine, beer & top-shelf liquor) and an open-air top deck — theatre seating on the first deck, tables on the second deck and couches on the top deck.
The weather will probably be great, but even if it’s not, you can party in luxury and comfort on both of the air-conditioned (or heated if need be) indoor decks with bars and dance floors.
Plus you’ll be partying with 5-time Grammy Nominees Roomful of Blues and cruising historic Gloucester Harbor full of tall ships on Schooner Festival Sunday! Our last three concert cruises sold out, so please don’t be one of those people who calls us begging for a spot we can’t give you. Get your tickets RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW. Then you can relax and enjoy Schooner Festival weekend!
The 2015 Schooner Festival poster is avail for sale for $5 (+postage/handling). Contact @MaritimeGlou #GloucesterMA
These guys made their debut here at The Dog Bar and they have been making the rounds on Cape Ann since. Their last show was at The Harbor Loop Concerts 2015 last Thursday…
Go see them…you will be glad you did!
Johnny Fatello – Guitars and Vocals
Suzan O’Leary – Vocals
Frank Hawks – Guitars and Vocals
Kevin Lillis – Bass and Vocals
Tod Ellyson – Drums and Vocals
65 Main St
Very important to keep your chimney clean for a wonderful roaring fire. Rick became a chimney sweeper on Sunday. To find out more information about keeping your chimney safe and clean, please go to the following link.