This was a tough one. “Hedge” got them all. He’s a good reader:). Thanks for playing and we’ll see you next Monday with another Where Zat?
“I found them all but they seemed to be in “reverse order” from your directions. Also, the date of the first one is not in chronological order since it is “sticky” to the top of the GMG blog. Anyway, here they are. No need to count my entry. I just like playing.”
1. participating : GMG Schooner Festival Photo Contest! – 9/3 (but stuck at top of page)
2. superbly : Schooner Bluenose II 4:45AM 9/6/09 – 9/7
3. bouncy : Schooner Festival – 9/6
4. bowsprit : Schooner Festival – 9/6
5. lovers : Dog Days Coming Up 9/13/09 – 9/6
6. enclaves : Posted on Cape Ann Online By User flutterby – 9/5
7. Association : Kat Valentine Posts Painter Schedules For Schooner Festival Weekend – 9/5
8. salting : Rick At Cape Seafoods Wears Protective Glasses To Guard From Salt In His Eyes – 9/5
9. Bugs : Eastern Point Lobster Dinner- It Didn’t Suck – 9/5
10. sport : Andy and John Hillstrand From The Deadliest Catch Sport Cape Pond Ice Gear – 9/5
Music © by Andy McKee “Rylynn”
Thanks to all for participating in the photo contest. There are some great shots here. Please vote for your favorite photo. Voting will close Monday. September 14th at 6pm. Winner will be announced at 8pm on Monday. Good luck to all.
The counter at the Cupboard is made from a classic formica. All those years, all those patrons served and that old formica countertop is still holding up. Sure it’s well worn in certain spots, but polished up over the years it’s certainly timeless. I’d go as far to say that there is something comforting about and old worn formica countertop. You know if the establishment that you’re eating at has one like it that they serve the kind of grub that will leave you satisfied.
Remember you can subscribe to GMG Local Music by clicking on the link on the sidebar.There’s lots of good music in Gloucester this week. This post will be updated as info comes in.
THURSDAY SEPT. 10
From Dave Sag – Thursday Night Blues Party @ the Rhumb Line
Well, summer’s over, but we don’t care. We’re still going strong with our lil shows, and we always will! So, another big week for me. Here we go!
This thursday at the Rumline I’m proud to present Mr. Joe Bargar, he of the liquid voice and flittering fingers that make the grooves hum. Drumbling onward will be L’il Steevie Chaggaris on his kool kit ‘o skins. and ,of course, Greg T. and his hat. I’ll be around, too, like a doughnut.
FRIDAY SEPT. 11
Joe Mack Band @ Dog Bar Friday Night!
Exit 11 Capt. Carlo’s Friday Night!
From Dave Sag-
And Friday: The Geezers will be limping back into Elliot’s at the Blackburn for yet another grueling experiment in physics.Dave Brown, Dave Mattacks, Greg Tower and myself will be attempting cold fusion of the blues. With any luck, by the end of the night there will be nothing left on stage but a steaming heap. Come find out!
And Sunday, I’ll be up at Glenn’s Cool Bar and Restaurant in Nbpt. From 6 to 9 p.m. playing with this groovy band consisting of my buddies Justin Quinn, on vocals and harp,and his entire aggravation including Jon Ross on gooeytar, Per Hanson, the scariest drummer I’ve ever played with, and Curtis “Lemay” Haines,the Mayor of Nbpt. and a fine stride pianist. Make reservations now! The food is great and the band ain’t too shabby!
Don’t be a cube, Rube; go ape! Live music is best!
From James Buhrendorf-
“Banding Together” on Friday, September 11 at 7:00pm.
“Benefit concert for the Cape Ann Social Club”
More than 20 local musicians and spoken-word performers look forward to seeing you tonight for Banding Together, the benefit concert for Cape Ann Social Club, at the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street, Gloucester. Admission is $10.
Cape Ann Social Club is a support group for emotionally challenged adults which lost its state funding in December of 2008.
Please bring a friend or two to this community-spirited event. We would love to have 100 people attend in order to reach our goal of $1,000 for CASC.
See you at the church!
From Erinn Brown-
The Erinn Brown Band with Jay Aptt!!!!!!
Saturday, September 12th…The Dogbar
65 Main and Roger St, Gloucester, MA
9:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Rocks the Dock at Captain Carlos Saturday Sept 12th
You know who you are. The guys that wear the funny shorts that are way too tight and suck your balls right up into your body cavity. The same guys that wear those funny space man hats and shoes that go clipity clop when you walk. Yeah you-
There’s a biking event coming up that you won’t want to miss- The Great Brewers Gran Prix of Gloucester.
From the site-
The Great Brewers Gran Prix of Gloucester – or as The Ride Magazine has called it “the New England Nationals” – unfolds at one of the most beautiful race venues in the country: a wind-swept ocean side park in Gloucester MA.
For information on race categories, race schedule and registration as well as lodging, restaurants & local interests, the racers’ section has all the info you need.
Here’s some video GMG guest interviewer Eric Lorden got at last year’s race-
The Gran Prix Of Gloucester Interviews With Guest Host Eric Lorden