Harry and the Potters. They’ve been around for a while (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_and_the_Potters), and they basically started what people now call ‘Wizard Rock’. They recorded their latest album last summer with Tony at Bang-A-Song Studios, and loved the town and everything so much that they’re kicking off their tour here with a free show at the Sawyer … Continue reading Harry and The Potters This Friday, June 21st at 7pm Sawyer Free Library
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Mother Otters burrow near to, and within, North American Beaver lodges, to give birth and to raise their young. The den will often have many entrances and exits. The mother raises her young alone. At about five weeks old the newborns will begin playing. At two months, the kits (also called pups) coat has grown … Continue reading OTTER KIT STEALS FROG FROM OTTER MOM?
Gorgeous morning brings big crowds to the boulevard for Gloucester 34th Annual Schooner Festival Parade of Sails. Color announcing is always excellent Photo Left to right: Laura with blue phone- assuming husband Jim spotting and calling in- major intel and committee work from both; Daisy Nell-great musician, singer, author and maritime gloucester historian – no … Continue reading Parade of Sails spotters and sportscasters as classic as Red Sox announcers!
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Although we lucked out and our kids never screamed throughout flights I felt pretty bad for the parents. You know they’re just nervous wrecks the whole time. View this post on Instagram We hit the screaming kid lottery on the plane A post shared by Joey C (@captjoe06) on Feb 10, 2018 at 1:33am PST
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The North American River Otter is making an amazing comeback, not just on Cape Ann and all around Massachusetts, but in many regions throughout the United States. River Otters need unpolluted wetlands, streams, rivers, and ponds to survive, along with secluded places to den. Hollows in the banks of ponds and rivers make excellent dens … Continue reading AN OTTERLY DELICIOUS BREAKFAST!
For Joey, because I know how much he would love to encounter one of these beasts while swimming. Soulful eyes of River Otters. What a treat to come upon this North American River Otter family foraging along the pond’s edge. They are quite shy and mine was a brief encounter, but I hope to meet … Continue reading GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER, BROUGHT TO YOU BY FAT AND FURRY CAPE ANN RIVER OTTERS!
Another Gloucester Licensing Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday May 9, 6PM at the City Hall Annex on Pond Road. Once issued, will it be flipped or will it be held? Here are some scenes from last week’s liquor license meeting at City Hall. Setting local caps on liquor licenses is outlined here Massachusetts laws. Those in favor of caps … Continue reading $2400 Gloucester liquor license up in the air “feels like the lottery” and suggestions by Brian Hamilton
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Thanks so much to Steve for sharing his River Otters capture!
Super fun podcast celebrating the Chief’s birthday this morning! Paul Morrison made the lovely bowl for Joey and Kate’s new home. Thank you to everyone who could make it and it was great to see you all!!
Pulitzer prize winning critic, Holland Cotter, gives the Stuart Davis (1892-1964) show at the Whitney Museum a mostly glowing review in today’s New York Times. One thing is a given. If the art of American modernist Stuart Davis is mentioned, Gloucester will pop up somewhere in the text. “Place was important to him, but the modern … Continue reading Today’s NY Times: Holland Cotter reviews Stuart Davis art exhibit at the Whitney Museum