October 30-November 9
Thu, Fri, Sat at 7:30, Sun at 3pm
Adults $20, Seniors $15, Students $10
Opening night, Thurs Oct 30 benefit for Gloucester Writers Center-all welcome
Gorton Theatre (home of Gloucester Stage Co.) 267 E. Main Street, Gloucester.
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NOTE:Unfortunately you can only purchase one type of ticket at a time. You will be able to change the quantity in the next step.
Cutting right to the heart of the Market Basket Boycott, asking point blank and clearing up any misconceptions about the employees mission.
Interview on the Miss Ellie.
Did you know you can request your numbers for a little extra dough?
I’ve got printed applications right here at the dock if you want to pick one up. I’ll even deliver it to the Chamber for you!
There was a ton of stuff I found out for the first time in this interview with Ken Riehl, Peter Webber, Brienne Black and Kerry McKenna.
Order your own plate personalized with your favorite numbers right at the Chamber website-
Download an APPLICATION.
For more information, please contact the Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 978-283-1601.
Click for video interview-
If you don’t have a printer you can head to the Chamber for an application or come down the dock and I have them here-
GloucesterCast With Guests Kim Smith, James and Anna Eves and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 4/10/14
Topics Include: Kim Smith Definitely Does Not Sound Like Julia Child, 80% Dead Bees In Local Bee Hive, Frankly There Are Many Initiatives For A Lot Of Initiatives, Milk Drinking Game, Debating The New Cape Ann License Plate Logo, No Codfish Entries, Political Correctness and Corporate Speak, Suey Park and Steven Colbert, Burt’s Bee Dusting Powder, Cotton Is For Suckers, Calamari Appetizer At The Franklin, Duckworth’s Bistrot Lobster Risotto Takeout For Kim Smith, Kim Smith’s Mexico Butterfly Interview Video
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Well, anybody who thinks Cape Ann’s music scene is only hot during tourist season should look at this weekend’s lineup (see full weekend music schedule here).
That’s the good news. The bad news is that you just can’t see every good show this weekend. You’re gonna have to choose. Maybe I can help. It just so happens that I’ve recently interviewed two people who are performing this weekend at Shalin Liu.
Here’s my interview with Brian Gore, whose International Guitar Night performs tonight at 8PM.
And here’s my interview with Kendrick Oliver, director of the New Life Jazz Orchestra, who’s performing tomorrow at 8PM.
And don’t forget Mark Berger & Ride with dramatic photographs from out west as the backdrop for this Old Sloop concert tomorrow.
And it’s Crazy Moon’s final weekend at Rocky Neck Art Colony.
Plus some of Cape Ann’s favorites all over town, including Linda Amero, Charlee Bianchini & Dave Brown, Runaround, Dan King, Michael O’Leary, Mari Martin, Allen Estes & Orville Giddings — and there’s the Community Sing-a-long in Celebration of Pete Seeger at the Lanesville Community Center tonight. WOW! Is your head spinning? Click here for some help choosing.
Tom Ellis Talks Pitches The 2013 Schooner Challenge To Benefit The Evelina M. Goulart
Have an evening of fun and participate in a unique brand of schooner challenge and help make the boat you crew on the winner! You must be on the Maritime Gloucester dock Monday, June 17th by 5:30 pm.
Crews will be assigned to the three schooners by random draw. Every effort will be made to seat friends and/or couples together on the same schooner. This would make an ideal club, association
or family team event! All proceeds are to benefit the Essex Shipbuilding Museum’s 86 year-old schooner “Evelina M. Goulart’s” stabilization project.
Tickets for The Schooner Challenge are $40 ea. and are only available from our Museum’s secure web site: http://www.essexshipbuildingmuseum.org/details-of-our-next-events-27.html#SchoonerChallenge
Or call: 978-375-3337. Don’t Delay–Limited tickets are available so sign-on NOW!
There will be cash bars on board, and light hors d’oeuvres will be available.
For more info contact Patti Page at Sailghs@yahoo.com
Click the picture below for the interview with Guy Fiero
Bob and Maggie came down the dock to interview Frankie and I about lobstering, Gloucester and the Blog. They’ve been around town all week. yesterday it was our great Mayor’s day. Look for the interview in about 3 weeks.
here’s Frankie getting some face time-
John McElhenny tweets- “The Camera Loves Frankie!”
Check out her work at the Goetemann Artist in Residency Studio (GRS) at 51A Rocky Neck Avenue.
Check out her website here- www.katapostrophe.com
This is a sketch from a photo of some herring she took down our dock which she will use as reference for a much larger piece she will be working on. Look for our video interview tomorrow on these pages in which she begins her work on the larger work.
She also would like for people to pop in and check out her works in progress at the Goetemann Artist in Residency Studio (GRS) at 51A Rocky Neck Avenue
Check out her website here- www.katapostrophe.com
From the Rocky Neck Art Colony Website
Ekaterina Smirnova, a Brooklyn based artist, started painting in a Russian art school in Siberia in 1991. Her style has been further developed at The Art Students League of NY, where Ekaterina has been a member since first moving to the United States in 2006. Watercolor, her main medium, and etchings are often exhibited at art shows around New York and the Northeast. In the past 4 years, Ekaterina has received various awards in juried shows including from The Salmagundi Club, Allied Artists of America and Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition (BWAC). Currently she is a Junior Scholar and a member of The Art Committee at The Salmagundi Club.
About The Goetemann Artists in Residency Program from The Rocky Neck Art Colony website:
This is the 8th year of the Goetemann Residency Program. The quality of the applications submitted continues to rise and there has been an increase in our geographical range. Applicants have come not only from the Boston area, state of MA and New England, but now there are many more national and international candidates. Choosing only 3 from this list caused us to examine more carefully candidates who best serve the colony’s interest in diversity of stylistic orientation, career level, and understanding of the mission and objectives of our community of Rocky Neck.
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Here is another example of a business that could do business anywhere but they choose Gloucester. Landing a huge international account with Crocs Apparel we sit down with the President of Brand Group International, Tim Oullette.
The Bean, Snoop Maddie Mad and I conduct three different Interviews…simultaneously…with each other.
It’s all part of their training to be the next generation of media moguls in their father’s footsteps, Ha! :)
Here you go, three different perspectives of the same interview.
Today on the programme we meet the chiropractor from the US who suffered a stroke and woke up a completely different character. He’s now a successful artist.
Did you know that Gloucester resident Laura Harrington’s Book “Alice Bliss” received a 4 star People’s Pick recommendation from People Magazine?
Laura writes on her blog-
Where’s Alice Bliss? launches Friday 7.29.2011 Help us send Alice Bliss around the world
This summer I’m inviting book bloggers from across the United States and the globe to participate in an exciting, new international adventure: Where’s Alice Bliss? Please join us and help send Alice Bliss around the world. What Is Where’s Alice Bliss? Where’s Alice Bliss? is a campaign to send copies of the novel Alice Bliss to as many countries and U.S. states as possible. Through bookcrossing.com, copies of Alice Bliss will be registered and tracked as they travel around the world, passing from one reader to the next. Your bookcrossing ID (BCID) allows you to follow your book wherever it goes. It’s like a passport enabling your book to travel the world without getting lost. Once your book is registered, you will leave it in a public place with a…
Click here for the rest of Laura Harrington’s post
Also here is our first interview when Alice Bliss was released-