Monthly Archives: December 2010
http://www.goodmorninggloucester.com Do you get it?
Most of the kayaks stored in the rack at Lighthouse Beach went on solo journeys during the storm. Some found their way over to Cambridge Beach. If your’s is missing, you might want to check for it there.
Some photos I shot during the storm from Annisquam. Storm surf racing into Ipswich Bay, storm surf attempting to claim Annisquam Light, and the calm after the storm.
Storm Trash Collection Information
Trash/recycling that is normally collected on Monday – will be picked up Tuesday. If your trash day is Tuesday – it is on regular schedule and will be picked up on Tuesday. To help expedite the pick up and the recycling will be picked up single stream on Tuesday – you will see a regular trash truck picking up recyclables. This truck is picking up recyclables only.
There is NOT a delay in trash service for the rest of the week – Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays pick up will be on a normal schedule. The only day that has a delay in service is Monday.
Friday, December 31 at 8:00pm – Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 1:30am
|Location||The Rhumbline, Gloucester|
|More Info||Dress up and get down at the Rhumbline’s
2010 MIGHTY FANCY New Year’s Eve Party!Hosted by The Bandit Kings & The Boyfriends
With MIGHTY FANCY drink specials; MIGHTY FANCY special guests —including mighty fancy Rhumb Line bartenders & mighty fancy guest musicians
(paging Mr. O’Conner?)—and MIGHTY FANCY door prizes!
It is going to be MIGHTY FANCY, but of course you don’t have to dress up unless you want to.
December 31, 2010.
41 Railroad Ave • Gloucester, MA • 21+
Phone Problems at City Hall
Due to a problem with the Verizon phone circuit it is not currently possible to call in or out of City Hall at 9 Dale Avenue. Phones at all other City offices are working normally. Please use the links on the Staff Directory or other pages to send messages to the departments affected.
Gloucester City Hall website
Hi Joey, I love Good Morning Gloucester, it comes to my email everyday. I was in Puerto Rico for Christmas and visited the Bacardi factory. The tour is free and includes two drinks made with Bacardi rum products. It’s a fun and informative 2 hour tour.
Yeah! That’s right!
The Biggest Event before the Year Ends In Gloucester!
(If you like chess)
Check it OUT!!
Reminder: If you haven’t been yet, my photos are on display at the Sawyer Free Library for the next couple of days. And the calendars are still available online or by contacting me. Thanks so much! —-Sharon
Hi: Thank you for your wonderful "good morning Gloucester" . First thing I look for in the morning.
I took these pics yesterday and I find them beautiful. They may not be as good as most of the ones you publish, but here they are anyway
Happy New Year to you and yours,
So in light of last week’s post in which we examined the need for restaurants to remind their patrons to inform their server if they have allergies by placing signs all over their restaurants and menus I bring you another classic example of the ridiculousness.
Of course we all need to be reminded that the coffee we drink could be scalding hot. I mean, really I don’t know what I’d do without these reminders printed on each cup. But what really pisses me off is that the stores that serve up these potentially deadly scalding hot beverages don’t have placards and posters all over their establishments warning their customers of the dangers of drinking hot coffee as well. It simply isn’t enough to print them on the millions of coffee cups they sell. What if said customer decided to pour the coffee directly into their eyes??? Shouldn’t the cups also tell the consumers not to pour hot coffee in their eyes as well?
It could happen. I’m just saying.
This leads me to the next idea- Toilet paper printed with warnings for people to not forget to wipe. We can’t just assume that folks will clean up properly and that could lead to a bevy of unpleasant consequences. We should all lobby our congressmen to enact the critical legislation which would ensure that toilet paper companies print warnings on each sheet of toilet paper reminding people to wipe.
Oh and while you’re busy writing your congressman on the toilet paper issue you may as well see if we can get some text added to the coffee cups. May I suggest "Do not pour scalding hot coffee in your eyes or on your genitals- It may cause damage"
I’ll now wait for the folks who have actually poured hot coffee on their nut sacks to write in and champion such ideas.
Thank you for your consideration on such an important matter.
I’m here to help.