GloucesterCast 180 With @KimSmithDesigns, @DonnaArd and @Joey_C Taped 4/24/16
Jennifer Aniston most people magazine most beautiful woman in the world 20156
Paul McCartney Playing Fenway
Two weeks no splenda
GloucesterCast 180 With @KimSmithDesigns, @DonnaArd and @Joey_C Taped 4/24/16
Jennifer Aniston most people magazine most beautiful woman in the world 20156
Paul McCartney Playing Fenway
Two weeks no splenda
GloucesterCast 178 w/@kimsmithdesigns @donnaard Karen Pischke Charles and George King, Dennis Funk and Host @Joey_C
Giving up splenda
GloucesterCast 177 w/ @KimSmithDesigns Rick Doucette @DonnaArd @Joey_C Taped 4/14/16 @CapeAnnTVCATV
Thank you to Erich Archer, Becky Tober, Jim Capillo, Lisa Smith and Travis from Cape Ann TV who taped and produced the televised version of the podcast which will air soon on Cape Ann TV.
six weeks of organic pressed almond milk being offered in April and May by Mayflour Confections- different flavors- Sea Salt & Honey, Vanilla Bean, Lavender, Pure, Matcha, Cacao
Happy Valley Ventures MA, Inc., the non-profit seeking to construct and operate a medical marijuana dispensary and cultivation facility in the Blackburn Industrial Park, will be holding an open house the evening of April 27
Orange Leaf Open
This just in from George and Charles King:
WE HAVE AWESOME NEWS!!! Our Awesome Gloucester grant proposal for the Bacheler Civil War Coat has made it to the semi-finals! Now it’s up to our 3-5 minute pitch next Monday 7PM at the Gloucester House to bring it home!! Three other good projects will also try.
Tiny house hunters redefining the definition of success
Unbelievable amount of Turkeys /Egrets
New Contraceptive method for men being tested on bunnies shot in the testes
Male Birth Control Working On Rabbits, Humans Are Next
Injections and birth control pills are completely blocking the flow of sperm in trials.
• Vasalgel, a reversible injection, blocked sperm in pre-clinical trials in rabbits.
• Male birth control pills have shown efficacy in animals.
GloucesterCast 176 With @KimSmithDesigns @DonnaArd @Joey_C Taped 3/28/16 #GloucesterMA
It’s like seventy five cents to park for most of our classes between 9 and 5 Monday through Saturday which is only about half of the classes on our schedule anyway. So yea if you have to pay to park it really costs you $10.75 or $11 to practice. Still a lot less expensive than almost every yoga class anywhere.
Latitude 43 is looking for hosts, servers, bartenders, cooks (sauté, fry & sushi) and dishwashers.
If you’re interested, please email: email@example.com
Speaking of Lat 43-
GloucesterCast 175 with Nubar Alexanian, Susan Kelly, Kim Smith, Donna Ardizzoni and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 3/25/16
GloucesterCast 174 With @CapePondIceCo Scott Memhard, @KimSmithDesigns @DonnaArd & @Joey_C Taped 3/22/16
Dave Moore sent Donna stuff- I wanna hear the story about how Dave Moore Met His Korean wife
One Hour At a Time Gang- Like Them On Facebook Here
Where: Main and Rogers
Time: 8:00 – 9:00
When: Saturday, March 26, 2016
(Salon) — I only described MSNBC host Joe Scarborough’s subtweet of Hillary Clinton as annoying to keep the trolls out. But let’s be honest, it’s subversively sexist. Call it casual sexism, call it ever day sexism, call whatever you’d like, but it’s flippant, cavalier and annoying at best and sexist in all likelihood.
Have you ever been accused of not smiling and does it drive you up a wall?
(Mashable) — At this point, men have to know better than to tell a woman to smile. Hillary Clinton had an incredible night during Tuesday’s primaries, locking down Florida and sealing a surprise win in Ohio. But Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, thought she could have acted, like, a little happier about it.
Snoring solutions- involves a sleep study- cpap machine- at that point dont you just have the person go into another bedroom?
Scott Memhard Joins Us
Scott has chickens
Ten Pound Island Meeting recap and Thoughts
Inviting Steve Douglass on to talk about tentative plans
Thursday 5:00 Mayor Sefatia- Thoughts and Concerns about Ten Pound Island at City Hall
GloucesterCast 171 with Sal DiStephano, Donna Ardizzoni, Kim Smith, Mark Ring and Joey_C Taped 2/3/16
What are some of the low lying fruit obvious things that you see as opportunities for Gloucester in Community Development?
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GloucesterCast 170 With Donna Ardizzoni, Kim Smith, Paul Morrison and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 1/31/16
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the movie spotlight. everyone i know is saying its a must watch movie but i just dont feel like going to watch a story about something as gross as priests raping young boys. not exactly my genre if you will
GloucesterCast 166 With Guests Steven Winslow, @DonnaArd , Leslie Heffron, @KimSmithDesigns and Host @Joey_C Taped 1/17/16
A preliminary drawing was discussed outlining the new possible location for the Farmer’s Market. Amongst several proposed improvements, my favorite was the idea to connect, via a new trail, Stage Fort Park to Ravenswood. GENIUS!! A commitment was made to continue to work with the Cape Ann Farmer’s Market, Cyclocross, festivals, neighbors, and all interested parties. Looking forward to learning more!
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck
6 Wonson Street, Gloucester
“For the Birds” – A Juried Multi-Media Exhibition of Avian Inspired Art
January 28-March 6
Opening Reception – Sunday, January 31 2:00-4:00 P.M.
Related Lectures at the Cultural Center:
Chris Leahy, Bertrand Chair of Field Ornithology at Mass Audubon, on “John J. Audubon: His Life and Art”
Thursday, February 11 7:00 P.M.
Kim Smith, photographer and filmmaker, “Beautiful Birds of Cape Ann”, Thursday, February 18 7:00 P.M.
Rocky Neck Art Colony galleries open this winter:
Elynn Kroger Gallery, Side Street/ Hughes-Bosca, Goetemann Gallery, James B. Hand Fine Art, John Nesta Gallery, Zinc Gallery
189 Main Street, Gloucester
“Nest”- 3rd annual exhibition in partnership with Mass Audubon’s Museum of American Bird Art- offering artworks from the museum’s collection
January 30-March 6
Hours: Sat. 10-7, Thurs., Fri., Sun., Mon. 10-5, Tues. and Wed. -by appt.
Saturday, February 6, 7:00 p.m.- an evening of performance art with a natural history theme
Opening reception for the exhibition-Saturday, February 13, 5-7 p.m.
John James Audubon ,Isaac Sprague, Sharon Beals, Winston Swift Boyer, Nadine Boughton, Gabrielle Barzaghi
42 Broadway, Rockport
“Party at iartcolony”-internationally known artists currently represented by major galleries, museums and collectors
Hours: Friday – Sunday 11:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. and by appointment through January 30
Abbreviated list of artists represented:
Brian Burkhardt, Tess Atkinson , Jill Whitney Armstrong, Judith Scott Larsen, Peik Larsen, Molly Segal
GloucesterCast 165 With Kim Smith, Alicia Cox, Leslie Heffron, Donna Ardizzoni and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 12/27/15
And it’s not just smokers who are being targeted either. Those caught engaging in equally mindless but unfortunately no less common littering activities will also face fines.
Both inconsiderate chewers who spit their gum onto Italian streets and coffee drinkers who scrunch up their receipts and throw them on the floor will be fined between €30 and €150.
The legislation states that fines will hit people found throwing “small pieces of litter any place that isn’t a bin: including the gutter, floor, and water”.
The measures passed on Tuesday with 169 of Italy’s MPs voting in favor, 32 against and 11 abstaining.
Doodles Art Emporium
156 Granite St, Rockport, MA 01966 www.doodlesartemporium.com
Morpheus Returns- A Group Winter Show
Closing reception: Sunday, January 3, 4-6 p.m.
Artists represented: Alison Landoni, Thomas Philbrook, Skip Montello, Jim Wickey, Ben Wickey, Nancy Jarvis,Sinikka Nogelo, Pam Courtleigh.Law Hamilton,Dale BlankSho
GloucesterCast 163 Taped 12/13/15 With Jess and Dennis Alves, Leslie Heffron, Donna Ardizzoni, Kim Smith and Host Joey Ciaramitaro
A Council Order was submitted by Greg Verga and Melissa Cox on November 17 to begin the DISCUSSION regarding banning ‘checkout’ bags. After a less than warm reception at the first such discussion at the December 7 meeting of the Ordinance and Administration Committee and the email sent to all City Councilors by a bag industry lobbyist this page has been created to help spread the word.
You are encouraged to share your thoughts about a ban and also to share your photos that help illustrate the need for such a ban. You are also encouraged to reach out to the City Council members and let them know how you feel.
discover gloucester honoring three of our favorite people Mayor Sefathia, Kay Ellis and Bobby Ryan
Cat Ryan submits-
Cigarette butts are right up there as the most common and yucky litter. Gloucester offers a quick ride right into our ocean waters. We were required to clean our sidewalk daily in front of our business or be fined. Some smokers would flick one right in the midst of our dustpan and broom without missing a step.
Smoker trash is just an unfailing source of __________. You fill in the blank. There’s a big blind spot.
Business owners, employees, property owners, tenants: a lot of what we pick up downtown are piles of the same cigarette brand. Case in point:
Award for BUTT FIEND on Parsons goes to a proud Parliament smoker. Residents including kids are out here with gloves picking up your butts. We’re not talking the random passerby flick. We’re talking regular and routine breaks where you just sit there dropping.
Big shout out to Dan Leaman and Mike Carter today with Dan Leaman Landscaping. Thank you for coming back again to help with Parsons Street.
In life, look for the helpers. Donna Ardizzoni, Patty Amaral, and many volunteers –See Donna’s post for this Saturday’s clean up
Cat Ryan submits-
There’s a magnificent permanent art collection displayed throughout Gloucester’s City Hall, its public buildings and many outdoor locations. In an effort to promote, encourage and share current local art and artists with the public, Mayor Romeo Theken showcases a wide variety of media on temporary loan throughout the Mayor’s office. I took some photos back in February. She requested that buoys painted by our local youth at Art Haven be featured in Kyrouz Auditorium, along with the ‘Downtown Quilt’, the 13th panel from the Gloucester Neighborhood Quilt Project. These quilts are made by residents creating art with Juni Van Dyke, the Art Program Director Gloucester Council on Aging at Rose Baker Senior Center. (Twelve panels were prominently displayed for the 2014 Inauguration for former Mayor, Honorable Carolyn Kirk.)
Donna Ardizzoni, business owner, GMG contributor https://ardizzoniphotography.wordpress.com/about-2/
Ana Connoli, photograph, Gloucester from Port. Hill
Phil Cusumano, painting, http://www.philcusumanoart.com/
Tina Greel, statue, https://www.facebook.com/tina.greel
Jennifer Johnson, photograph
Ken Knowles, painting, http://www.kenknowlesfineart.com/ken_final/home.html
Marty Luster, photograph, GMG contributor
Bridget Matthews, photograph
Shelly Nugent, photograph
Eileen Patten Oliver, painting, http://eileenpattenoliver.com/ and here https://goodmorninggloucester.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/14-works-by-eileen-patten-oliver-at-island-art-and-hobby/
Premier Imprints, tea tray, http://www.premier-imprints.com/
Louise Welch, photograph City Hall
The local art on display had me thinking about the collection at the ‘People’s House’ for our Nation: what’s the best art inside the White House? No matter what is your artistic preference, Gloucester and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts could top the charts as the City and state with the best and most art ties featured at the White House. Let’s break down a selection of that Massachusetts list currently on display at the White House room-by-room, shall we?
In the Oval Office:
Not one, but two Edward Hopper paintings, lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art, are installed one over the other, Cobb’s Barns, South Truro and Burly Cobb’s House, South Truro. There are more than 100 Edward Hopper works inspired by Gloucester, MA. The Childe Hassam’s painting, Avenue in the Rain, and Norman Rockwell’s painting, Statue of Liberty, remain on view.
In the Blue Room:
Fitz Hugh Lane’s Boston Harbor gifted by Lew Wasserman
In the East Room:
Gilbert Stuart’s Washington, John Singer Sargent’s Roosevelt
In the Green Room:
Sargent’s Mosquito Net, John Marin’s Circus, George Peter Alexander Healy’s painting of Adams and Polk and Louisa Adams by Stuart
In the Red room:
Martin Johnson Heade’s Sunrise, Bricher’s Castle Rock Nahant, more portraits by Stuart and Healy
In the State Dining room:
Healy’s portrait of Lincoln
In the Ground floor corridor:
Healy’s Millard Fillmore portrait, Thomas Ball Daniel Webster sculpture, a craftsman chair attributed to Samuel MacIntire, and Charles Hopkinson’s portrait of Calvin Coolidge
In the private quarters:
William Glackens Pavilion at Gloucester, and two Maurice Prendergast’s paintings, Boston Harbor and Revere Beach
More examples in the collection and in storage such as: Augustus Saint-Gaudens bronze bust of Lincoln, John Henry Twachtman’s oil painting, Captain Bickford’s Float; Henry Hobart Nichols painting, Gloucester Dock; and Worthington Whittredge oil painting, Thatcher’s Island off Rockport, MA.
Several artists are represented by more than one piece. How does the White House collection work? It is unusual for the White House to accept art by living artists. There are more than 450 works of art in the permanent collection. New art enters the collection after its vetted and is restricted to works created at least 25 years prior to the date of acquisition. For the public rooms, the Office of the Curator works with the White House advisory committee, the First Lady serves as the Honorary Chair, and the White House Historical Association. The private rooms are the domain of the First Family. Works of art from collectors, museums, and galleries can be requested for temporary loans and are returned at the end of the President’s final term. The Obamas have selected contemporary art, including abstract art, from the permanent collection, and borrowed work for their private quarters. Besides the Hopper paintings and John Alston’s Martin Luther King sculpture, they’ve selected art by *Anni Albers, *Josef Albers, Edgar Degas, Jasper Johns, Louise Nevelson, *Robert Rauschenberg, Edward Ruscha, and *Alma Thomas. * indicates works that have been donated to the permanent collection. The Obama Administration upgraded the website so that anyone unable to visit in person can have open access. I encourage visits to the website https://www.whitehouse.gov/about/inside-white-house/art. I love the diverse rooms and all the interconnected doors such as the splendid Green Room installation with the Marin and the Jacob Lawrence activating the threshold.
My gratitude to Chris Pantano, Office of the Mayor, Gloucester, MA, and the Office of the First Lady and the White House Office of the Curator for various courtesies shown to me while I prepared this entry.
Topics Include: Gloucestercast 144 Taped Live At The Cape Ann Farmer’s Market Featuring Nicole Bogin, Donna Ardizzoni, James Eves, Kim Smith, Paul Morrison and Host Joey Ciaramitaro, Troubles At The Cut Bridge, Plan Accordingly For Beach Traffic, Jewell Town Vineyard Wine Samples😉 , Jan Kline, Melissa Diamond, The Evolution Of The Locations For The Cape Ann Farmer’s Market, Autumn Market, Harvest Market, Holiday Fair and Potentially a New Halloween Fair, Lara Lepionka, Backyard Growers, The East End Of Main Street On The Rise, Farmer’s Market Dates Added To The GMG Community Calendar, The Stage Fort Park Visitor’s Center Is A Jewell, Podcasting From The Refinished Yard Sale Table/Desk, Paul Morrison/Carol Channing Hitting The Jewell Town Wine Samples Hard, Paul Morrison Lets The Entire GMG Community Down By Not Participating In The Blackburn Challenge, What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger, Starting Out In Small Business Never Starts Out Perfectly.
Niki Bogin’s Recurring Themes From Successful Farmer’s Market Vendors:
Around The Table: Each Podcast Participant Lists Their Must Haves From The Cape Ann Farmer’s Market. You Must Ask for the Homemade Yogurt at Markouk Bread Co, Special Shout Out To Marshall’s Farm Stand, Listing Off The Farms That Participate In The Cape Ann Farmer’s Market, The Heirloom Tomatoes, Case Pricing On the Jewell Town Wine, 1634 Mead, Donna and James Both Wearing Their GMG Caps, Paulie Walnuts and Izzy The Attack Dog Make Ann Appearance, Charlene Delaney Volunteers At The Visitor’s Center, Charlene Tells Us That On Saturdays Visitors Can Take The Shuttle All Over Town and You Can Park At Stage Fort Park For Free, STAGE FORT PARK Shuttle Park n’ Ride Trolley Has Been In Place All This Time and We Didn’t Even Know About It!, Izzy The Dog Has Ears Pinned Back And Is In Attack Mode, The Shuttle Is My Safe Zone Because They Don’t Let Attack Dogs On Board,
The Weekend Rundown-
Kim Smith took 20 minutes to try to photoshop out the enormous zit on Joey’s face. Finally she gave up and sent in this photo for the podcast notes.
The Official GMG Podcast Desk Is Looking Pretty Sweet I Must Say
Gloucestercast 133 With Donna Ardizzoni, Nichole Schrafft, Alicia Cox, Toby Pett, Super K and Host Joey Ciaramitaro taped 4/26/15
Topics include: Dave Moore from Summahville, 28th Annual Pride Stride, Downtown Gloucester Bingo, CB Fisk Opus 145 Open House, James Eves New Arts Calender Category- Open Houses That Offer Free Grub, New Management At Greg’s On Railroad Ave, Rockport Looking For Youth Baseball Players, Saltwater Massage Studio Opens at 65 Pleasant Street, Group Question -Would You Get a Massage From A Person Of The Same Sex?, Male Gynecologists, Massage Chubbys, Clam On The French Fry, Thanking James Eves For Creating New Navigation Buttons and The Poll, Contributor’s Picks For The New Navigation Buttons, How Different People Access GMG, Nichole’s Trip To Virginia Beach, Unrest Outside Of Camden Yards Holds Baseball Fans Inside The Park After The Game, Staycation Success, The Redevelopment of Baltimore Waterfront, Nichole Is a Twitter Egg, iPad Apps Reccomendations- Instagram, Crossy Road, Amazon, Dropbox, Amazon Video, Hulu, Netflix, Carousel, Phonto, Apple Watch, Super K’s Verbal Abuse Of Siri,Favorite Android Keyboard Apps, Swiiftkey vs Swype, Joey Still Makes Phone Calls, Scrap Metal Drive At Magnolia Historical Society.
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Topics Include: Donna Ardizzoni Fresh Off Of Her First One Hour At A Time Gang Appearance For 2015, James Dowd and KT Toomey From The GloucesterClam, The Clam Ruffling A Lot Of Local People’s Feathers and James Dowd Could Not Be Happier, KT Bathes In the Tears Of Clam Haters, How Much Of A Bump Does The Clam Get For Each Swear Word?, The Clam Is The Gay Bar of Gloucester, Choking Down A Brother’s Brew Donut Despite Their Reluctance To Acknowledge GMG, Joey’s Quest For A Classic Khaki Summer Weight Suit Fails Miserably at J Crew Outlet, Speaking Of The Gay Man’s Physique While James Hops On A Double Glazed Brother’s Brew Butter Crunch Donut, GMG Photography Show at Cape Ann Giclee April 10th, Alicia Quintano and Maryanne Cardone Win Last Week’s GloucesterCast Podcast Subscriber Contest of Jim Clyde’s Hog Island Prints, Dan Cary Gloucester Marine Son Of Josie Cary and Great Grandson Of Cigar Joe GoFundMe Page, Dawn Noble Fails Me On Rockport @ Night Notification, Mocking The People Who Fought the Shalin Liu From Coming To Rockport, Great Posts From Felicia About Filling Easter Baskets With Local Stuff, Sclafani’s Cartocce, Paying It Forward Stories, James Dowd CSI Action Figure Moment With His Kid, KT Must Have Put A Blind Application in For Her Kid At East Gloucester Elementary, What’s Going On At The Former Lewis’ Restaurant?, The Boys From the Farm Got It Down, Russells Orchards, Amses, Shrimps, Kowloons, Sauguses, Rumor That Cafe Bishco May Be Closing, Homemade Press Passes, Donna Gets Manchester By The Sea Movie Insider Pics, Worried That the Swells Won’t Let Me Into Annisquam Unless I Have a Khaki Suit For Kim’s Daughter’s Wedding, Apology To FOB Ed Mowry, Surprise- “The Unwillingness To Search For Things Using Google Is Still a Thing”, EZPass Fines For Late Fees Are OUTRAGEOUS, GMG and Clam Suggestions On How To Handle EZ Pass Billing and Late Fees, Cacciatore’s Opening, Willow Rest, Chick’s Roast Beef, All You Need To Know About Irish Politicians vs Italian Politicians’ Power In Boston Is The Difference Between South Station and North Station, No Greater Insult Than When The Amish Make Fun of North Station, Wishing They Built Gillette Stadium In South Boston, James Dowd- The Rare Irish Jew Growing Up In Lynn, Death Row Sub/Meal For KT and James, Hurry Up With My Execution I’m Lactose Intolerant Damnit!, Donna Creates a Facebook Page For One Hour At a Time Gang But Forgets To Tell People About It, Kim Smith’s Monarch Film and Liv’s Wedding, Walt Kolenda Will be Having An Auction in Magnolia Soon.
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