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Gloucester Fisherman Joe Sanfilippo From Mark Burnett’s Expedition Impossible Interview Tomorrow Night
Joe will be rowing in the Blackburn Challenge this weekend in a 650 pound dory. Joe says that it’s a little different circumnavigating the cape in a 650 pound doey as opposed to a 60 pound fiberglass kayak
After overcoming an enormous time deficit our guys pushed through to avoid elimination on last night’s Expedition Impossible on ABC.
Joe, Nino and Gus Down In The Fish Hold Of The Captain Domenic
I’m telling you these guys are ALL HEART!
THEY WILL NOT QUIT- WILL NOT BACK DOWN! FISHERMAN’S PRIDE BABY!!!!
Don’t forget to watch Thursday Night at 9PM on ABC. If you can’t watch the show, set your DVR to record it!
This clip is 26 minutes into the show, click the arrow to watch it on hulu-
Here are some of the exclusive pictures I took of our Hometown Heros aboard The Sanfilippos Gloucester Dragger, The Captain Domenic-
I took one from down in the Fish Hold Looking Up at Them on deck
Joe, Gus and Nino
Our Buddy Gloucester Fisherman Joe Sans On Expedition Impossible Fiesta 5 K Race Results and Pictures
photos from GMG Photog extraordinaire David Cox-
Check out Nino, Joe and Gus On Expedition Impossible Thursday Night at 9PM on ABC
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Don’t forget to watch Expedition Impossible every Thursday night at 9PM on ABC.
Check out the Video at Steve’s Blog Shooting My Universe–
Tonight Don’t Forget To Watch Our Boys The Gloucester MA Sanfilippo Fishermen On Mark Burnett’s Expedition Impossible TONIGHT!
-and if you are going to be at The Fiesta, don’t forget to set your DVR to record the whole series.
Joe Sanfilippo has told me that we will be proud of the work ethic and attitude from our hometown men- Nino, Joe and Gus Sanfilippo on the primetime network show which premiere’s on ABC tonight at 9PM!
Mark Burnett recently joined twitter and will be live tweeting during the show. As you know Mark Burnett doesn’t spare any expense and the production values for this show will be over the top (like everything else he does, like Survivor for example).
Here are some pictures of Joe, Gus and Nino on their Gloucester Fishing Boat The Captain Domenic-
In celebration of his new, epic summer reality series, “Expedition Impossible,” Mark Burnett will be up on Twitter at @MarkBurnettTV on Thursday, June 23 from 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET and PT, during the premiere of the show, to offer commentary on the exciting action taking place, as well as behind-the-scenes anecdotes.
In addition, ABC.com will host a live “Chat Party” during the airing of “Expedition Impossible,” where viewers can come to the site, take a look at Mark’s tweets and chat with other fans during the show. The “Chat Party” will go live at 9:00 p.m., ET/6:00 p.m., PT on Thursday and remain live until the conclusion of the west coast airing at 10:00 p.m., PT.
For more on “Expedition Impossible,” visit ABC.com at http://abc.go.com/shows/expedition-impossible.
On the premiere episode, “Sun! Sand! Sahara!,” the 13 teams of ordinary Americans set out on the adventure of a lifetime across the ancient kingdom of Morocco, battling rugged terrain, untamable animals and each other. After facing the sand dunes of the Sahara and the cliffs of Todra Gorge, one team will be eliminated.
Adventurer, zoologist, big cat trainer and all around risk taker Dave Salmoni hosts the show.
Featuring high adventure and human drama, “Expedition Impossible” follows 13 teams of 3, racing in a fun expedition across vast deserts, over snow capped mountains and through raging rivers in the beautifully exotic, fabled kingdom of Morocco. Each week a new stage of the expedition will be revealed to the teams. Will they crumble under the pressure of having to think clearly in the wilds of the great outdoors, or will they find a way to work together to complete their adventures? And if one person quits, the entire team is eliminated. After 10 stunning legs of competition with drama, comedy and great characters, one team will cross the finish line first to claim victory. Each winning team member will receive $50,000 ($150,000 total for the team) as well a new Ford Explorer.
Here’s a four part video series I taped with the guys-
15 Minute Preview Of The First Episode of ABC’s Expedition Impossible Available Now Online Featuring Nino, Joe and Gus Sanfilippo from Gloucester MA
Click here to see it, the screen shot above was taken from 5 minutes and 8 seconds in
Here are some exclusive pictures we took aboard The Sanfilippo Gloucester Dragger The Captain Domenic-
This is a look at the first night that our hometown Gloucester Fishermen Joe, Nino and Gus Sanfillipo were on the show in Morocco
Look for them at 1 minute 14 seconds in
There is one thing I can guarantee you. Just from knowing how much heart these guys have that you will never hear them utter the words “I quit” or “I can’t”. You know how on these types of shows you see some dude who inevitably backs down from some challenge because they can’t take the heat? I’d bet my life you will not see that from our boys from G-Town.
The show will premiere June 23 at 9PM on ABC. Don’t forget to set your DVR to record the entire season!
The Sanfilippo Boys Will Be Representing The Heart Of Gloucester On Mark Burnett’s Expedition Impossible
The Show which is produced by Mark Burnett, the creator of Survivor, Shark Tank and the Apprentice will premiere June 23 at 9PM on ABC.
I spent the morning with the boys aboard their Gloucester fishing boat the Captain Domenic and we got a whole lot of exclusive video footage aboard the boat. We talk about the show, we talk about commercial fishing and how it all works aboard the Captain Domenic including taking you inside the pilot house, the deck of the Captain Domenic and down the fish hold where you will see how they care for the fish once it is landed. I’ll present this as a 3 or 4 part series of videos leading up to the premiere of the show so stay tuned to GMG for all the updates and a ton of pictures of our hometown heros!
Who else is going down in the fish hold to get you guys the inside scoop? 🙂
As you guys know if you follow GMG that The Sanfilippo Boys are on Mark Burnett’s Expedition Impossible. Here’s a trailer in which Joe Sans Is Featured swimming at 1 minute 48 seconds in. Click the picture to view the video!
To see the other pictures of our hometown heros check out my previous posts here
From The Site-
Ready to represent the storied Northeast fishing community of Gloucester, Gus (the captain), Nino (the engineer), and Joe (the deckhand) are three old-school Italian fishermen with small town values and big time hearts. Bonded together by blood (Gus and Nino are brothers, Joe is their cousin), they also work side-by-side as crewmates aboard the Captain Dominic. They believe their experience working together under pressure and routinely risking their lives while out at sea gives them an inherent "toughness" that will help them win. We’ll see if that’s the case.
BREAKING NEWS!!! WE CAN FINALLY OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCE IT! THE SANFILIPPO BOYS ARE ON MARK BURNETT’S EXPEDITION IMPOSSIBLE!!!!!
This One Has Been Killing Me to Keep Under My Hat!!!!
Gus Sanfilippo, 48, Gloucester, MA, fisherman
Nino Sanfilippo, 43, Gloucester, MA, fisherman
Joe Sanfilippo, 44, Gloucester, MA, fisherman
From Lynette Rice On Inside TV
ABC announces cast for ‘Expedition Impossible’ (Yep, its another amazing race coming to you in June!)
Now that Mark Burnett is stealing some thunder away from American Idol with The Voice, is he now hoping to suck a little steam out of The Amazing Race?
You be the judge: Burnett is the man behind a new summer reality show for ABC dubbedExpedition Impossible, which features 13 teams of three players who will travel across deserts, mountains and rivers in the “exotic, fabled Kingdom of Morocco.” Fun? Each week a new stage of the expedition will be revealed to the competitors, who must find a way to work together to complete the trip. After 10 legs of competition, one team will cross the finish line. Winners each receive $50,000, a Ford Explorer (nice product placement) and the privilege of never having to be called members of the Fab 3, Mom’s Army, or Grandpa’s Warriors ever again.
You think we’re kidding? Check out the monikers given to the 13 teams, which start the expedition on Tuesday, June 21. (My money is on the fishermen. Not so much for the gypsies):
Here’s Joe Sanfilippo and dory partner Marc Duval Getting In Some Early Season Dory Race Training
and after a hard fought Dory Race Win-
You may recognize Joe Sanfilippo from his interviews down at the dock, he is one of our lobstermen. If not here he is in the RunGloucester Race-
Here’s Nino Sanfilippo Taking Home The 1998 Greasy Pole Flag-
Here is Joe Sanfilippo’s Chevy pick up truck.
Joe carries the normal stuff that skiff lobstermen carry in the back of their pick up trucks- fuel jugs, water jugs, covered fish totes to put bait in, some random buoys.
What you might also notice in the back of Joe’s truck are the dory oars and bench set up that he uses to train for the upcoming International Dory races. Joe is an avid rower and always a contender to represent Gloucester with his partner in the International Dory Races between Gloucester and Lunenburg.
He lobsters out of a 22 foot Eastern skiff after work and on weekends with his son Ryan.
Here’s a photo of Joe Rowing in the International Dory Races From GMG contributor Mike Lindberg-
Breaking News! Rumor Has It A Team Of Local Fishermen Will Be Featured On Mark Burnett of Survivor Fame’s Latest Epic Series “Expedition Impossible”
ABC Announces New Series “Expedition Impossible” to Premiere June 21
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EXPEDITION IMPOSSIBLE – PREMIERES TUESDAY, JUNE 21 (9:00-10:00 p.m.) – Adventurer, zoologist, big cat trainer and all-around risk taker Dave Salmoni hosts ABC’s epic summer series, “Expedition Impossible,” which features ordinary people doing the extraordinary in the biggest adventure of their lives. The show will feature 13 teams of 3, racing on an expedition across vast deserts, over snow capped mountains and through raging rivers. Each week a new stage of the expedition will be revealed to the teams.
Will they crumble under the pressure of having to think clearly in the wilds of the great outdoors, or will they find a way to work together to complete their adventures? After 10 stunning legs of competition, one team will cross the finish line first to claim victory. Mark Burnett and Lisa Hennessy serve as executive producers. Both the television show and format will be distributed internationally by Mark Burnett International Distribution.
We will bring you down to show you what it’s like in the fish hold of a dragger in one of the upcoming videos in our 4 part video series with the men who will be representing our community on Mark Burnett’s Expedition Impossible which will premiere June 23 at 9PM.
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Justice Lowy’s JUDGEMENT was released April 5, 2018. The Museum may sell Shuffleton’s Barbershop, and — via Sotheby’s– the remaining 39 works free of any restrictions.
“The museum has satisfied its burden of establishing that is has become impossible or impracticable to administer the Museum strictly in accordance with its chartiable purpose, thus entitling the Museum to relief under the doctrine of equitable deviation. Accordingly the court allows the Museum’s request for equitable relief to sell the designated artwork.”
Justice Lowy MEMO OF UNDERSTANDING
Reaction from Sotheby’s Auction House:
“We are very pleased that the court approved the agreement reached between the Berkshire Museum and the Massachusetts Attorney General. We look forward to working with the museum to ensure a bright future for the people of Pittsfield and Western Massachusetts.” Judge Lowy’s decision came in just in time to meet the auction’s press deadline clearing for art sales this spring, else sales would have been pushed back till the fall at the earliest. The catalogue pages are ready from last fall’s prep.
Reaction from Elizabeth McGraw, President, Berkshire Museum Board of Trustees:
“This is great news for the people of Berkshire County and everyone who visits the Berkshire Museum for one-of-a-kind experiences in history, art, and science. We recognize this decision may not please those who have opposed the museum’s plans. Still, we hope people will be able to move forward in a constructive way to help us secure and strengthen the future of this museum, at a time when our community needs it more than ever. “
“Save the Art-Save the Museum continues to oppose the sale of the Berkshire Museum’s art treasures and its unrestricted use of the resulting funds. We also regret the judge’s disregard of the public trust in which the museum held its collections. The impending sale will not only diminish Pittsfield as a city claiming to be of cultural import to Berkshire County, but will reverberate destructively for years through collections similarly held in trust throughout the state and country. As a group, we will make a more detailed statement after meeting in person to consider the loss to our community and its impact.”
Have a look back at an inspiring 1965 Berkshire Eagle profile about Berkshire Museum Director Stuart C. Henry, and an earlier feature from the Berkshire Evening Eagle, published Thursday, Aug. 20, 1953, heralding the Berkshire Museum’s 50th anniversary. Both convey the museum’s seamless blend of high art, science, community and education.
I wonder what happened to the marble swans over the Berkshire Museum elliptical pool designed by A. Sterling Calder, father of the sculptor, Alexander Calder, and resident of Richmond, Massachusetts, less than 20 minutes away from Pittsfield? Read more