GloucesterCast 357 with Chris McCarthy, Jim Dalpiaz, Nancy and Daniel Egger, Fran White, Tom Mannle, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 9/015/19

GloucesterCast 357 with Chris McCarthy, Jim Dalpiaz, Nancy and Danielle Egger, Fran White, Tom Mannle, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 9/015/19

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Topics Include:
Nancy and Danielle Egger New Owners Of Last Stop Variety
Chris brought coffee rolls from Mom’s kitchen
Jimmy brought chicken salad with cranberry from Donut Jim’s
My lobstermen have been asking for a Chris McCarthy lobster spreadsheet update
Chris McCarthy review’s A Lifespan of a Fact
Young Playwright’s Festival Tuesday At Gloucester Stage
Why is Heidi Dallin Not On Facebook?
Yeti Coolers are outrageously priced so why do I keep looking for them on sale?
Patriots vs Dolphins prediction vs the spread -18.5
Patriots- Joey, Fran White, Heidi, Nancy and Daniel Egger, Joey , Jim Dalpiaz, Kim Smith, Dolphins- Tom Mannle, Dolphins Moneyline Chris McCarthy +850
Why is Pat Dalpiaz driving a rental car?
Yella and Lobstaland Blackened Fish
Tom Mannle from Cape Ann Symphony
Chris McCarthy Red Underpants

SUPPORT THE REHABILITATION OF THE SCHOONER SYLVINA W BEAL!

Support the Rehabilitation of the Schooner Sylvina W. Beal. The Burnham Marine Railway at Maritime Gloucester has been hauling boats since 1849. It is the oldest continuously operating marine railway in the country. Currently the Schooner Sylvina W. Beal sits on the railway, built in 1911 in the Adams Yard in East Boothbay, Maine, she is the oldest existing auxiliary knockabout fishing schooner in North America. Over her long life , she has proven to be a worthy vessel, completing over 108 years of active commercial service as a fishing vessel, a sardine carrier and a windjammer. Harold A. Burnham and Mary Kay Taylor as stewarts of the historic vessel aim is to have her listed on the National Historic Register and rehabilitate her for future use as a commercial charter, education and research vessel operating out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. There hope is that she will help to keep our maritime heritage and culture alive and present on Cape Ann!