Join Feather & Wedge for the best brunch on Cape Ann featuring music from Ipswich-based jazz guitarist Harry Wagg. Harry’s setlist is a combination of traditional jazz, contemporary classics and original compositions – all arranged for solo guitar.
So you could bet $180 to win $100 that he’ll play for New England
Bet $100 to win $750 if he plays for the Chargers.
My gut says he stays in New England where his legacy is. i think he’d take a couple million less per year to stay with the Patriots but not 5 million or more less.
Only a couple other places other than New England I could see him going would be:
The Chargers because LA would be a cool place for Gizelle and his family and there are offensive weapons. they’re opening a new stadium and might throw ALL the money at him to fill seats much like the Raiders.
The Titans because of Vrabel and having a great offensive line and Henry the beast running back that would take a lot of defensive attention away from the passing game.
I track and bid at auctions because I help people buy art. From time to time I highlight here on GMG a few selections from upcoming auctions, fairs and shows solely because they have some Gloucester (Cape Ann) connection. In the early spring sales at two New York auction houses, artists include: Emma Fordyce MacRae, Gifford Beal, Jane Peterson, John Sloan, Lillian Westcott Hale, Paul Manship, W. Lester Stevens and Martha Walter.
BID NOW Sotheby’s American Art ON LINE– closes March 5th, 2019
Featuring works from the Patrick and Carlyn Duffy collection (yes that’s actor Patrick Duffy) some great ones failed to find a just right home at the live sale back in 2018.
Most of the sale is beyond Gloucester. The couple had a few classic Wyeths. — See all 119 lots here.
Doyle Fine Paintings LIVE auction March 10, 2020
a few of the paintings by artists with Gloucester ties
Andre Gisson lot 46 (pre-sale est $1200-$1800) at Doyle March 10, 2020 (no gloucester ties) See all 105 lots here.
Also Doyle At Home auction (bid live on line) March 4, 2020 lots here
Hirschl & Adler galleries just featured gorgeous Peterson paintings at the Winter Show
JANE PETERSON (1876-1965), Niles Pond (Yellow and Turquoise), ca. 1916-20, Oil on canvas, 32 x 32 in.
JANE PETERSON (1876-1965) Harbor with Dunes Watercolor and gouache on paper, 12 x 18 in.
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We are selling sweatpants to represent the Gloucester Fishermen!!! Adults ($30) and youth sizes ($25) are available. They are deliverable to your house or to the Gloucester High School for pickup in April.
I expect you know by now that it’s Leap Year Day, a day that appears on our calendars only once in 4 years. For that reason, it holds mystery and fun for many people, except perhaps those born on this date who only get to celebrate “real” birthdays far less often than the rest of us. PS and BTW Birthday shout out to FOB Paula Ryan O’Brien!
Magnolia Cribbage League starts its spring session on Wednesday, March 4 at 6:30pm at J.D. Meyers Pub, 24 Lexington Ave, Magnolia. New players are welcome to join in this friendly game of cribbage. $45 covers 10 weeks of play plus a dinner and cash prizes. If you cannot commit to a 10-week session then consider substituting for a regular player. Arrive at 6:30pm to sign up and learn more about the league. Call Andy Heinze at 508-596-3857 for moreinformation.