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Fishing solo Mark landed a tuna that dressed out at over 750 lbs! That’s what we call a slob ladies and gentleman! Mark Lodge Lands a Giant Tuna Pics From Melissa VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL
circa 1900 vs 2018 Moving ivy – ivy clad Gate Lodge built 1888, photograph ca.1900 Vs. ivy clad stone marker and grounds today
Gloucester and Cape Ann’s generous community join together to pull off this awesome, model initiative. Numerous volunteers prepare for and host on site. The welcome home bundles are loaded up with community business gift certificates and support. The organizers– Adam Curcuru, Vionette Chipperini, Jayne Morse– and Mayor Romeo Theken welcomed attendees. The guest speaker, Lt … Continue reading More photos – 4th Annual Welcome Home Cape Ann Veterans Mission at Gloucester MA Elks Lodge #892
Christmas in Rockport this year has been Christmas-ier than I can ever remember it being in the 14 years I’ve been around (now you all know that I’m 14 years old, because of course I was born a Rockport native). You will get in the spirit in spite of yourself, even if the weather is … Continue reading Rockport Winter Farmers Market on SATURDAY. Plus more stuff…
Rubber Duck again trying to figure out the Family tree. My sisters over lunch at the Museum of Fine Arts were raving about this book. One is a birder, the other not but both enjoyed it. So I got it for myself as a stocking stuffer. First the Facts: They made a movie from this … Continue reading Rubber Duck Book Review: The Big Year; A Tale of Man, Nature and Fowl Obsession by Mark Obmascik & Rubber Duck New Year Resolution for the Birds
Our Lobsterman Mark Lodge Resurrected The Mighty F/V Belinda B and After Considerable Restoration, She’s Ready To Rock For The 2016 Lobster Season. #backfromthedead
GloucesterCast 98 With Craig, Kim, Sista Felicia and Toby Taped 10/19/14 Topics include: Cape Ann Restaurant Week, Franklin Cape Ann,1 Out of 5 Of Us Knew, Lobsta Land, Ohana, Seaport Grille, The Sea Glass Restaurant, Lat 43, The Grand Café At Emerson Inn By The Sea, Mark Lodge Wedding, Destinos, Derek Kaloust, Giuseppe’s Closing Poll … Continue reading GloucesterCast 98 With Craig, Kim, Sista Felicia and Toby Taped 10/19/14
Puttering through a cut in the marsh, a moving brown shape appeared. Much too big to be a muskrat, and too small to be an otter, it was a very large and pleasantly plump Beaver! He swam through several small pools of water then climbed out onto dry land to oil his fur. Beavers have … Continue reading WHERE DO BEAVERS GO IN WINTER? AND WHY DOES A BEAVER’S BUTT SMELL GOOD?
ANSWERS TO SHAUN GOULART’S LOCAL HISTORY TRIVIA WEEK TWO How did you do? Week two delved into scenes of historic battles. I’ve added some background. Stop here if you prefer to go back to see Week 2 questions only from 3/17/19 WEEK 2: DEFENDING GLOUCESTER Location #1 Who was the first governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony? … Continue reading RESULTS WEEK 2 Defending #GloucesterMA | try Mr. Goulart’s local history hunt Throwback Thursday #TBT
This coming Sunday, March 10th at 11:00 marks the 5th Annual Welcome Home Luncheon for Cape Ann veterans, AmVet, American Legion, and Elks members, or previous returnees! Thanks to the time of some amazing volunteers and the generosity of many local organizations and restaurants, the stage is set to welcome home Cape Ann’s very worthy … Continue reading 5th Annual Welcome Home Luncheon
The legendary Old Man Plover Gloucester’s Animal Advisory Committee has submitted outstandingly well-researched recommendations to the Mayor’s office and to our City Councilors in regard to the upcoming Piping Plover season. Please see recommendations at the end of the post below. In thinking ahead to April, which is the month when Piping Plovers usually arrive … Continue reading OLD MAN PLOVER- THE BEAUTIFUL STORY OF ONE PLOVER RETURNING TO THE EXACT SAME BEACH TO NEST FOR FIFTEEN YEARS STRAIGHT!
Prepared meals and soup and sandwiches to go. Classic Cooks Cafe and full service catering can be found at 27 Eastern Avenue (back of the Masonic Lodge by Veterans Elementary School and Russel’s florist), Cape Ann Farmers Market, and this new space next to Orange Leaf, 102 Rogers Street. Easy sandwich from two stops- one … Continue reading Classic Cooks Cafe adds a downtown location
Thursday, March 22 – Wednesday, March 28, 2018 Thursday, March 22, 2018 Acoustic Dinner with Andrew James | Feather & Wedge Restaurant and Bar For more information, please visit their website Jose Franch-Ballester, clarinet | 7:00 PM | Shalin Liu Performance Center For more information, please visit their website Saturday, March 24, 2018 Ronnie Earl & … Continue reading THIS WEEK IN ROCKPORT
Plenty of room! Does anyone have photos or film of Sylvester “hooley” Ahola at Stage Fort? 1983 Nick Dellow interview 2017 Summer Concert Series- Sunday nights Free Stage Fort Park, Hough Ave., Gloucester, MA All Concerts feature a rain date of the following Wednesday evening at 7pM July 9 The Continentals (Pop rock band) sponsored by Gloucester … Continue reading Annual Gloucester outdoor summer concert series Antonio Gentile Bandstand Stage Fort Park
The Boston Globe named Gloucester to the 2017 Game Changers list! “Bright ideas and breakthroughs, inventions and innovations, people and places making waves in the Boston area.” This story was in a Boston Globe real estate section because the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute “recently received $2.7 million in state capital funding for its waterfront marine genomics research … Continue reading Gloucester is Boston Globe 2017 Game Changer: where will the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute establish headquarters?
Pauline Bresnahan writes in- Just got info from V. 10 Veterans coming home this year. I will pass along info as I get it Thanks so much. Joey I will be down to pick up some T’s. Hey friends, so our 3rd annual Welcome Home to Cape Ann initiative is back on its planning stages. … Continue reading 3rd annual Welcome Home to Cape Ann initiative is back on its planning stages
We spent the afternoon in the city yesterday and had such a great time! While not all of our grand plans for winter vacation will get crossed off the bucket list, skating at City Hall Plaza’s Boston Winter was one that we were sure not to miss. Kids skate for $8 and adults for … Continue reading Boston Winter at City Hall Plaza
Joe G writes: “Hello Joey: I’ve been trying for many years to find out some information about a painting by Rosario Piraino that I have. In image of that painting is embedded below. I did mail a letter to an address in Gloucester back in about 2003, to whom I thought was a relative (I … Continue reading Joe G writes GMG: Does anyone have more information on this Rosario Piraino painting? WWII Veteran, Artist, GHS Class of 1945