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Take Back the Night 4/10

Cape Ann Community

Please join us on Monday, April 10th at 6 PM at the Gloucester Police Department for a march and rally led by Mayor Romeo Theken to protest sexual violence. Together we can demand an end to this horrible crime.

For more information, please contact Public Health Nurse, Kelley Ries, at 978-325-5266.

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Next Tonno Guest Chef Wine Dinner With Chef Tony Susi of Capo Restaurant April 5th

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TONNO ITALIAN RESTAURANT GUEST CHEF WINE DINNER SERIES CONTINUES WITH CELEBRATED CHEF TONY SUSI

Wine dinner series features a rotating line up of Chef/Owner Anthony Caturano’s friends from the Boston area

WHO:                   Famed Chef and Restauranteur Anthony Caturano brought his old-world style of cooking to Gloucester and debuted Tonno coastal Italian seafood restaurant in June 2016. Now Anthony has invited his Chef friends from the Boston area up to the north shore to launch a wine dinner series.

WHAT:                  Tonno’s Guest Chef Dinner Series launched in January and the first Wednesday of every month features an exclusive menu from one of Anthony Caturano’s talented chef friends.

On Wednesday, April 5 nationally recognized Chef Tony Susi of Capo is sharing a special menu of fine Italian food with house-made pastas and more. Chef Tony Susi’s culinary career has taken him all over town – from humble beginnings in the heavily Italian North End…

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One Billion Rising Event 2/14

Cape Ann Community

On Tuesday, February 14th at 3 PM, the Gloucester Coalition for the Prevention of Domestic Abuse, Strong Men Don’t Bully, HAWC, the YWCA North Shore Rape Crisis Center and the Mayor’s Office invite you to join ONE BILLION RISING TO STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS.

Please wear RED and bring pots, pans, and other noisemakers to rise together and demand a change!

For more information, please contact Kelley Ries, Public Health Nurse, at 978-325-5266.

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Pasta Day at Sista Felicia’s is underway!

Merry Christmas from the Seaport Grille

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Check out these pics of the Gloucester Fire Department singing Christmas carols at the Seaport Grille! Our guests love this annual tradition. Thank you to our city fire fighters! Just a reminder that we will be open to 3 PM on Christmas Eve Day, and closed on Christmas Day. Happy holidays to all!  

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Mayor’s Statement on Tax Veto

Cape Ann Community

November 23, 2016

To Gloucester City Council:

At last night’s City Council meeting, we heard thoughts on the city’s tax classification, or shift, for 2017 and potential adjustments. As I stated during public testimony, I hoped the classification would maintain the same 1.06% shift, which the city has maintained for 11 years. In maintaining the current ratio during an economically uncertain time, I wanted to reassure our homeowners, families, and the elderly this administration’s goal is to help provide stability for their household budgets. Knowing our financial future gives us all a sense of security.

The claim that we become more business friendly by placing additional taxes on citizens while lowering our taxes on businesses is simply not true. Our administration has put a clear emphasis on economic development and has created a true economic engine of success. The reality is that any prospective business owner is not enticed by…

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This week at The Pub: Prix Fixe Menu with 10% of Proceeds Being Donated to Cape Ann Food Bank, Growler Discount and Live Country Music

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We have lots going on at The Pub at Cape Ann Brewing this week!

Join us for our Hoppy Thanksgiving Prix Fixe Menu.(Menu below) We will be donating 10% of all prix fixe proceeds from tonight and tomorrow night to support the Cape Ann Food Bank.

And, while you’re there – we’re running a Growler Gobbler all day tomorrow, Nov. 23rd! Buy one new Growler, get a second new growler at a refill rate.

Dust off your cowboy boots and get ready to get your Honky Tonk on because this Friday night we have live Country Music. Dave Bailin & The Bailouts will be playing from 8pm – 11pm.

We’ll see you at The Pub!

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Venison Marinated in Spiedie Sauce with Onion Stuffed With Bacon and Bacon Fat Coated Smashed Potatos On The @WeberGrills Kettle

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We’re going to tape a podcast this morning and I’ve had venison steaks marinating in Spiedie sauce for two days.  I figure since the deer meat is so lean we gotta add some fat in there somehow.  Good friends Eric Lorden and Craig Kimberley home smoked some bacon earlier in the week so what the hell, let’s mash this shit up and see how it come out.

I made a little foil tray and sliced up some bacon which I’ll use a couple different ways.

First core out the top of an onion, make some slits inside and stuff some bacon in the top.  Next slice up some more bacon and let it render some of that fat to put on the venison that Ian Fulford brought.

After cooking the onion bacon and smashed potatos using indirect high heat for about a half hour we take the lid off and…

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Vote and Vax Flu Clinic 11/8

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This Election Day, November 8th, at the Gloucester High School polling site, you can also receive your annual flu shot. Clinic times are 7 AM to 10 AM and 4 PM to 8 PM.

This clinic is open to the public. Please bring your health insurance cards.

For more information, contact Public Health Nurse, Kelley Ries, at 978-325-5266.

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Here’s The @WeberGrills O Code ’92 Redhead Kettle Restore Live Blog

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10/16/16 The subject:

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Condition: lots of rust on the legs/triangle. Missing ash sweeps rusted in ash sweep bolt. White paint dots on the faded lid.  Usual cruddy bowl.  Missing handle.  Rusted/oxidized lid vent.  Missing ash pan.

Tools:

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4AM:

Tackle the bowl with dish soap/water razor scraper/steel wool/sponge/paper towels.

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Next, what’s left of the old ash sweep system is rusted in place.  Break out the oscillating tool and cut off the bottom nubs that went through and it broke free.

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Now it’s time to clean the bottom of the bowl using the razor scraper/steel wool.

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Having the legs removed start sanding them with 150 grit sandpaper using long strokes just as is advised in the Weber Kettle Club restoration guide, and then moving up to 250 and then finishing with steel wool and then polishing.

Legs and triangle before-

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A finished leg on the left and an unfinished on the right-

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