Here is a video he produced for a piece in the Salem Evening News about Gene Murray. Gene Murray will be teaching his last dance class in the building where his studio resides after almost 40 years on June 30th-
This is the type of video work that I hope to some day be able to produce. Excellent Work Mark
Check out more of Mark’s work here-
These are not reproduced , they are original pins from Gortons of Gloucester back in the 1930s. Arley Pett sells them for $20 plus $1 shipping. The patina from pin to pin will vary due to age.
email Arley if you are interested in buying one email@example.com
Melissa Cox writes-
I really could use your help in getting the word out about this contest. All you have to do is click on this link, answer 8 questions (you don’t even have to be correct!) and enter your Name/Email address/City, State and Zip Code. Every entry counts as a vote for Gloucester as long as that is what you enter at the end of the questions! You don’t even have to live here to vote for our city. Gloucester, MA 01930 is the only thing that you need to know to get the vote in for the city. This could really help out the Fishtown Horribles Parade and the cost do do this is ZERO!! Just a few minutes of your time. The contest ends on June 14th. Please Please Please help us out. One vote per person per computer!
Please forward this information to anyone and everyone. On their website they have wonderful banners and blurbs if anyone is willing to put it up on their website. If anyone has any questions please have them email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fishtown Horribles Parade Committee, Treasurer
The Infamous Fred Buck Writes-
joe giacalone nailed this right on the money - the Sacred Heart, built in Maine by Frank Militello and John Aiello winter of 1944-5. joe says he can name everyone in the photos (including himself as a little kid in one of them). infamous f.b. will be traveling to addison st. in a limo to deliver the grand prize to joe and take some serious notes on names and faces to add to the files at the historical. thanks to david cox for never throwing anything away!
that the Gloucester Water Shuttle started yesterday and will run through the fall! $10 on and off all day, $5 one way:
11 – 4pm Weekends, Spring and Fall (now through 4th of July and Labor day through Columbus Day)
11 – 7 pm Summer (4th of July through Labor Day), 7 days a week
Stops to Discharge/Pick Up Passengers:
Harbor Loop on the Hour
St. Peters Square 15 past the hour
Rocky Neck, landing at The Studio, half past the hour
Cruiseport and Cripple Cove on request
run by Steve Douglas with his new catamaran!
Speaking of The Studio, it is now open, and since you have to pass through to get to or from the water shuttle landing, check out their menu and stop for lunch.