Turn off the TV, save money by not going to the movies… and go see LIVE theater right here on Cape Ann! The talented director, cast and crew of the Cape Ann Shakespeare Company are offering a great production of Shakespeare’s “Tragedy of Julius Caesar”. I was at the dress rehearsal on Tuesday, and really enjoyed it. They act it out with intensity and emotion that totally blows away the barrier of Elizabethan English. This would be a great opportunity to help high schoolers see a text they probably have to read for English class, jump off the page and come to life!
Performances February 27 (opening special: all seats $5) through March 2 are at 8 PM; Sunday, March 3 at 3 PM at the Gorton Theatre (home of the Gloucester Stage Company) 267 East Main Street. Tickets, $15, general; $10, student; $5, youth under 19, are available at the door or may be reserved at firstname.lastname@example.org . More information is available at capeannshakespearetroupe.blogspot.com and Facebook.
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The cast includes David Adams, Jonathan Arnold, David Cluett, Stephanie Cochran, Richard Crowell, Timothy Edwards, Ashlee Holm, Ray Jenness, Ian O’Connor, Craig Owen, Dominic Parry, Matthew Recine, Jim Robinson, Jessie Sorrells, Ken Stoeffler, and Pauline Wright.
– Fr. Matthew Green
Al Bezanson forwarded the link to me this morning.
Click on the interactive map below to follow them throughout the day!
View: Fleet Course The Great Provincetown Schooner Regatta
Thomas E Lannon
Click on each boat to see it’s information like this-
DAY II SUNDAY LIVE BLOG
The Mrs writes-
Tell people to look for the huge red balloon and they will find the tent
Very proud of the hard work the girls and Brother in Law Barry and Beasly put in to making the GMG tent kick–ass.
We will be posting updated pictures all day long from the Gloucester Waterfront Festival.
If you wander down there snap a picture or two. if you are a vendor down there send in your photo in front of your booth and we will post it. Send in your iphone/android phone pics from the waterfront festival to email@example.com
If you don’t have a camera or the ability to take a picture head to our GMG booth(Booth 88) and Amanda will take your picture and send it in.
9am to 6pm each day
Where to Park?
Free parking along Stacy Boulevard or at the High School.
However, please note that there is small fee to park across the street at Beach Parking.
Directions … Stage Fort Park, Hough Ave, Gloucester, MA
Easy to find … From Route 128 North, take Exit 14, follow to end.
Weather … Held Rain or Shine! …and it’s gonna Shine!
Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce … Area info dining, shopping…
Meet the Artisans at the Gloucester Waterfront Festival …
Christian Derobert submits-
. I thanked “Sista” Felicia. She made my grand kids happy campers with her recipe of the toasted Genoa Salami with crème fraîche. Every time they come to Gloucester I have to make that for them (5 and 3 Years Old)
8:45AM Update From The Mrs- Things are Heating Up
Homey’s Dominion – The Gloucester Waterfront Festival From Bill O’Connor
I saw Homey on Tablet Rock Saturday overseeing the Gloucester Waterfront Festival.
North Shore Kid
I know lots of you have been asking where the GMG tent will be. We should know in about an hour and I’ll post it here.
In the mean time, we’re gonna do like we do for most big events- Live Community Blog it!
Send in your cell phone or regular photos from this year’s sidewalk bazaar and I’ll post em as they come in right here.
Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Look for Sista Felicia, the Mrs, Amandacakes, BJ and Donna Ardizzoni manning the tent.
Regular on the hour posts from our contributors will show up just under this post which will be stickied to the top of the blog throughout the day. New content from our contributors will show up just below this post til I un-sticky it.
Ed Collard Submits-
GMG Setting Up Shop In Front Of Sugar Mag’s
Get Your Ice Cold Refreshment On!
Bill O’Connor Submits-
Fred Bodin Representing!
GMG Has A Busy Booth
Check Out www.northshorekid.com
2:30PM Due To Overwhelming Demand The Girls Temporarily Sell Out of Mason Jars.
DVD’s T Shirts and Post Cards Still Available and They Will Be Working through The Night To Generate More Mason Jar Glasses For Tomorrow’s Bazaar
I repeat if you missed out today get there early tomorrow as they will be working throughout the night to create more mason jars for tomorrow.
Click the arrow to view The Maritime Gloucester Webcam
I got up a half hour early today to get this photo for Harriet-
Gloucester At Dawn 4;30AM 5/19/12
Click the arrow to view The Maritime Gloucester Webcam
Shot on the Sony NEX-5N with Zeiss 24mm f/1.8
Edited with Windows Live Movie Maker 32 times speed.
You know what the sign in the office of The Schooner Lannon says?-
“There’s no such thing as bad weather. Only inappropriate clothing”
We thought Good Morning Gloucester crowd would be interested in the new Blue Shutters BeachCam, which this weekend began broadcasting live video of Good Harbor Beach and of guests of the Blue Shutters strolling across the way to the footbridge. The camera is right in the Main Room of the Blue Shutters, by the big windows overlooking the beach. While you can’t make out every bathing suit and boogie board, you’ll be able to tell if it’s a good day for sunbathing, beachwalking or surfing…or just watching the weather and the waves. We’ll soon have this as a direct link on our website, but for now folks can visit our site’s “What’s New” blog to access the BeachCam. http://www.blueshuttersbeachblog.blogspot.com/
FYI – we have GMG to thank for this…you featured the Fiesta webcam back in June and that got us thinking that a Good Harbor BeachCam would be a good addition. We hope others agree – check it out and let us know what you think.
Blue Shutters Beachside Innkeepers Tony & Patty Sapienza and Ed & AnnMarie Comer
Gala Preview Party – Friday, July 29, 5:30 – 8 pm
Public Viewing – July 29 – August 6
Live Auction – Saturday, August 6, 7 – 9 pm
Featuring Auctioneer Frank Kaminski
Doors open at 6 pm for final preview and light refreshments.
This year’s auction introduces several NEW features!
· Gala Preview Party, Friday, July 29, 5:30 – 8 pm
Join us on opening night for an exclusive opportunity to meet the artists and preview the outstanding selection of auction paintings, while enjoying live jazz music, creative hors d’oeuvres, open wine bar ….and beautiful views of Gloucester Harbor at sunset!
· Live online bidding!
If you can’t come to NSAA on August 6 to attend the Live Auction in person, you can still follow the proceedings live from the comfort of home using your computer, and place your own live bids at any time while the Auction is in progress! (Must register by August 5 to bid online; see instructions at https://www.liveauctioneers.com/sign-up )
· View all paintings online at your leisure, at
NSAA Catalog at www.liveauctioneers.com
Tickets: $15 Live Auction Only * $20 Gala Preview Party Only * or
$30 for Both
· More paintings than ever before with over 100 works of art, this year’s auction offers exceptional variety of subject and style – truly something for everyone!
Seating is limited …please reserve early! Call 978-283-1857 OR register online at http://www.nsarts.org/Auction.html
More information: http://www.nsarts.org/Auction.html