This Image Of The Good Harbor Footbridge Was Not In My Show But Is Now Available Online Here- https://www.capeanngicleeshop.com/photography-1vkisq57boly/categories/joey-ciaramataro

You can go to Cape Ann Giclee 20 Maplewood Ave To Purchase or Order It Online Here

 

This print here would look ridiculous and be the centerpiece of anyone’s home that has love for Gloucester.

Click here to check out the work and get your holiday shopping done!

If Dr Leif Baklund At Harbor Cove Dental Isn’t Your Dentist You Ought To Have Your Head Examined

Heated/Massage State of The Art Dentist Chairs- Pain Free Dentistry, Convenient Downtown Location With Off Street Parking-Rockin Good Music Piped Through The Joint- Super Friendly Staff.

Harbor Cove Dental Has It ALL.

Complete 100% Absolute No Brainer.  Like why in heaven’s name would you go anywhere else?  Would you rather get drilled out by 1970’s technology?

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In 2010, 10 year old Max Vredenburgh of Boston threw a message in a bottle from a Rockport beach. Max, now 19 years old, received a letter…

Ho Hum, National Grid owes us Money, AGAIN. We Had Solar Installed By Cazeault Solar. We Have A $613.38 Electricity CREDIT And Our House Is 100% Electric. Look At Our Latest Bill-

I’m not sure how much more I could boil it down but here’s the latest bill (National Grid OWES US MONEY!)-

 

 

Do you want to put solar on your house and make money?

Fill out the form and I’ll have lifelong Gloucester resident Tim Sanborn from Cazeault Solar call you to go over your options for free.

 

 

 

Pauline is for the Vets!

Free Haddock For Veterans That Have Served The US Today 11/11/19 At Shea’s Riverside In Essex

GLOUCESTER’S HOUSING: FROM CRISIS TO OPPORTUNITY – a community symposium November 16th from 2–5:00 p.m. in the historic 1806 Meetinghouse

Cape Ann Community

The Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation hosts this civic event to explore the topic of housing, its relevance to the City of Gloucester and Cape Ann, and the challenges and opportunities it presents for the future. Through a program of speakers, panels, and audience interaction, presenters will address the question of how Gloucester’s lack of reasonably-priced housing is holding the city back. Discussions will explore how creative, green, and maritime economies might offer solutions.

PROGRAM

SEGMENT I  2:00 – 2:50

GREETING: Charles Nazarian, President, Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation

OVERVIEW: Sandy Ronan, VP/Events, Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation

PANEL DISCUSSION, Sandy Ronan-Moderator:

Subject:
“How is the lack of housing holding Gloucester back?”

Shawn
Henry -Gloucester Planning Board

Robert
J.Gillis, Jr. – President, Cape Ann Savings Bank

Ken Riehl – CEO, Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce

David
Houlden – Gloucester Housing Authority

SPEAKER:

Peggy
Hegarty-Steck – President and Executive Director, Action, Inc.

Subject:

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GloucesterCast 365 with Ralph DiGiorgio, Chris McCarthy, Phoebe Potts, Rebbecca “Bex” Borden, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/10/19

GloucesterCast 365 with Ralph DiGiorgio, Chris McCarthy, Phoebe Potts, Rebbecca “Bex” Borden, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/10/19

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Topics Include:
The bad news is I couldn’t figure out how to mute the chat notifications.  The good news is that I have it figured out for next week.
The new webcam and podcast studio setup!
We finally hung the GMG sign that Bex made for us.
Hello Winter
No Patriots Game this week due to the bye.  What to do about people that don’t check the Patriots schedule and plan a child’s birthday party for the same time as the Patriots Game?
Joey’s Show At Cape Ann Giclee Is Live Online You Can Order Prints, Canvas, Acrylic Check Out The Show At This Link
Phoebe Potts is an author, comedian and storyteller. She’s also director of education at the Temple Ahavat Achim. Her husband is the well-known Gloucester artist Jeff Marshall, and she is mom to a Plum Cove third grader.
Phoebe’s show will be a funny take on trying to adopt a baby from China. She’s already a published author. Her first book was about trying to have kids and this show at Gloucester Stage will be the sequel to that.
Ralph DiGiorgio Restaurant Reviews LaRosas In Andover
Apple Watch is a bazillion percent better than the Android watch I owned and very useful.
Rebecca “Bex” Borden Mini Lobster Trap Trees For Sale www.capeannhandywoman.com
The Fishmonger Cookbook By Dot Batcheldor
Should Joey Patent His Diet?- The “Don’t Eat like An A$$hole” Diet. Has Dropped 3 lbs in a week.
Coinstar – count and roll coins yourself or do it the old fashion way?
Dylan the drink shaker from Short & Main is leaving.
Taste of Cape Ann  should be renamed to the Taste and DRINK of Cape Ann.
Present Gloucester Opening Today Details Here
Next week Dylan from Pigeon Cove Ferments will be introducing his and his wife’s new Kombucha!

 

Savour’s 2019 Fall Holiday Grand Wine Tasting November 10th!

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So it’s that time again – The Grand Fall Tasting is Here!
 
Sunday, Nov. 10
at Savour from 1 – 5 p.m.
(First hour for Wine Club Members Only)
Over 80 wines to taste!
 artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, olives, bread and more . . . .
to sample while you sip and savour your way around the globe!
10% off 6 bottles
15% off 12 or more
Complimentary!  ($5.00 suggested donation to Pathways for Children)
For the first time, we are publishing the list ahead so you can look it over and make a plan to taste exactly what you are looking for.  Also, feel free to come in and see me before Sunday, Nov. 10 if you would like personalized suggestions.   Please print out the list and pass it along or email it to as many wine-loving friends as you can think of.  This is a great opportunity to make this holiday season special with some rare and incredible wines!  At savings of 10% on 6 bottles and 15% on 12 or more, this is a remarkable deal – just in time for the holidays!
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Fall Grand Tasting 2019, List of Wines
Harry Zarkades – Main Street Wines (Table 1A)
Haton Champagne Blanc de Blanc Brut, NV, France
            Fiou Sancerre, 2018, France
            Panther Creek Pinot Gris, 2016, Oregon
            Turtle Rock Willow White, 2017, Oregon
            Panther Creek Pinot Noir, 2016, Oregon
Musset-Roullier Anjou Rouge, 2017, France
Turtle Rock Plum Orchard Red blend, 2016, CA
Bookmark Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon, 2009, CA
 
Chris Hoffman- Oz Wines (Table 1B)
 
            Avinyo Petillant Blanc, 2018, Spain
Yvonne Saumur Blanc, 2017, France
            Schoenheitz Riesling Herrrenrebe, 2016, France
            Ovum “Off the Grid” Cedar Ranch Vineyard Riesling, 2017, Oregon
            Abouriou Cotes du Marmandais Carignan, 2016, France
            Arnoux Savigny-les-Beaune Les Pimentiers Burgundy, 2015, France
            Schoenheitz Pinot Noir, 2018, France
            Scagliola Frem Barbera d’Asti, 2016, Italy
Casey Gruttadauria- Ideal Wines (Table 2A)
 
            Campagnoni Franciacorta Saten, 2014, Italy
Ardoisières Silice Blanc IGP Allobroges, 2018, France
Clair St Aubin 1er Cru Sous Roche Dumay, 2017, France
Amplify ‘Subliminal’ Cabernet Sauvignon, 2018, CA
Clos De La Brosse Saint Amour, 2017, France
Closerie des Alisiers Marsannay Vieilles Vignes, 2017, France
La Bouysse Roc-Long Corbières, 2015, France
            Selvapiana Chianti Rufina, 2018, Italy
Danny Giddings – Classic Wines (Table 2B)
 
            Moncontour Dry Sparkling Vouvray, NV, France
            Villa Wolf Pinot Gris, 2017, Germany
            Errazuriz Chardonnay, 2017, Chile
Olianas Vermentino, 2018, Italy
Villebois Menetou-Salon Rouge, 2015, France
Donati Claret, 2015, CA
Honig Bartolucci Cabernet, 2015, CA
Leacock’s Madeira Tinta Negra Doce, 2001, 500 ml, Portugal
Anthony Sciarappa – Carolina Wines (Table 3A)
           
Terras Gauda O Rosal, 2018, Spain
Neyers Sonoma County Chardonnay, 2018, CA
Forman Napa Valley Chardonnay, 2017, CA
Patrimonio Giacometti Red, 2016, France
Neyers Sage Canyon Red, 2017, CA
Paul Autard Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 2015, France
Shafer TD-9 Napa Vally Red, 2016, CA
Far Niente Dolce, 2012, CA
 
Bob McVicker – Masciarelli Wines (Table 3B)
           
Janny Meursault “Flamoise” Chardonnay, Burgundy, 2015, France
            FiveVintner’s Admiral’s Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, 2017, CA
            Schiopetto Friulano Collio, 2016, Italy
            Cave de Turckheim Pinot Blanc, 2018, France
            Belpoggio Rosso di Montalcino, 2016, Italy
            Chateau Pindefleurs St. Emilion Grand Cru, 2016, France
            Del Fin del Mundo “Special Blend,” 2016, Argentina
            Beppe Marino Bramusa Brachetto, 2018, Italy
Gary Ballard – MS Walker (Table 4A)
 
Akakies Kir-Yianni Sparkling Rosé, 2018, Greece
Granbazan Albarino Verde, 2017, Spain
Chateau Fuissé Pouilly-Fuissé Grand Cru Chardonnay, Burgundy, FR
Cooper Mountain Biodynamic Pinot Gris, 2016, Oregon
Abbazia di Novacella Pinot Nero, 2018, Italy
Fontanabianca Barbaresco, 2016, Italy
642 Maremma Toscana Rosso Riserva, 2016, Italy
Cogno Dolcetto d’ Alba, 2018, Italy
 
Michael Bonilla – Horizon Beverages (Table 4B)
 
            Villa Sandi Sparkling Rosato, NV, Italy
Domaine Bichot Long-Depaquit Chablis, 2016, France
Villa Matilde Fiano di Avelino, 2018, Italy
Fernandez Tinto Pesquera Crianza, 2014, Spain
Tamarack Cellars Merlot, 2015, Washington State
Vall Llach Embruix Priorat, 2016, Spain
Browne Family Cabernet, 2015, Washington State
            Donnafugata Passito di Pantelleria, 2016, 375 ml, Italy
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Now is the time to join the Wine Club!
For a forever one-time fee of $20.00, members:
Get early access, with few crowds and great selection at our Grand Tastings.  (First hour is Wine Club members only).
Always receive 10% off 6 bottles and 15% of 12 bottles or more.
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Also – we are getting low on these bags.  They cost us almost $3.00 each, so if you are piling them up, please return all but 2 you can reuse.  We even give you $1.00 off your purchase for each bag you bring back.  So you get an extra discount for returning something free!  What’s a better deal than that?!!
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Holiday Season Hours
 
Tuesday – Friday – 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday – 10 am – 7 pm
Sunday (now open) noon – 4 pm
also open Monday, Nov. 25 – 11 am – 6 pm
and Monday December 23, 11 am – 6 pm
Savour Wine and Cheese, 76 Prospect Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

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GloucesterCast 365 Live Video Feed Will Stream At 9:15AM Here & At www.facebook.com/JoeyGMG

GloucesterCast 365 Live Video Feed Will Stream Live At 9:15AM Here & At This Link-www.facebook.com/JoeyGMG

The bad news is I couldn’t figure out how to mute the chat notifications.  The good news is that I have it figured out for next week.

Music Director Robert Lehmann leads the North Shore Philharmonic Orchestra in the first concert of the Orchestra’s 72nd season on Sunday, November 17, 3 p.m. at Swampscott High School Auditorium.

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Music Director Robert Lehmann and the North Shore Philharmonic Orchestra begin the Orchestra’s 72 nd season on Sunday, November 17 with music of Franz Shubert and W.A. Mozart.
The 3 p.m. concert at Swampscott High School Auditorium will feature Shubert’s Symphony No. 8, “Unfinished” and the Mozart “Mass in C Minor.”  Tickets will be available at the door for $30, $25 for seniors and students, and children 12 and under are admitted free.  Tickets can be purchased in advance at http://www.nspo.org
The concert marks the start of Maestro Lehmann’s 22 nd as the Orchestra’s Music Director.
Shubert’s Symphony No. 8, popularly known as the Unfinished, was begun six years before the composer’s death in 1828.  It contains, however, only two fully orchestrated movements, and musical scholars have debated whether the composer intended to write a traditional four-movement symphony.
Mozart’s Mass in D minor was completed in 1783.  The piece depicts the traditional outline of a Mass celebration in their order of liturgy and ritual.  It is considered one of Mozart’s greatest works.  It is grand in scale and reveals the influence in Mozart’s work of Bach and Handel, whom Mozart studied diligently.
The NSPO, founded in 1947, plays a season of three subscription concerts at Swampscott High School Auditorium.  After the November 17 “Fall” concert, the “Winter” Concert will be held Sunday, March 1, 2020 at 3 p.m. with a program that includes Borodin’s Polovtsian Dancs, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5, and the New England Premiere of Daniel Crozier’s Concerto for Two Clarinets, with soloists William and Catherine Hudgins.
The Orchestra’s “Spring” Concert is April 26, 2020 also at 3 p.m..  The program will include Ralph Vaughn-Williams “Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis”, William Walton’s Viola concerto featuring Kimberly Lehmann, and the Symphony No. 5 of Sergei Prokofiev.
In addition, the Orchestra plays two holiday concerts on December 8, 4 p.m. at St. Richard’s Church in Danvers and December 15, 4 p.m. at St. Anthony’s Church in Revere.  Admission to both concerts is free in exchange for a substantial donation of non-perishable food to benefit local food pantries.
For more information visit www.nspo.org

Dance company Ancient Rhythms show at MAGMA Dance in Gloucester Today Saturday, November 9

I’m Karen McLane. My family built a house in 1870 in Rockport and WE STILL HAVE IT. And oh, I am a direct descendant of Richard Tarr, first settler of Rockport, through my great-great-grandmother, Eldora Tarr. My dad, Merrill McLane, was a local historian, writing books about Rockport, and he was a founding member of the “Rights of Way” Committee.

I’m in town with my dance company, Ancient Rhythms, for a show at MAGMA Dance in Gloucester Saturday, November 9. We’re excited to be working with some local dancers to present an exuberant dance performance with fantastical costumes, and something for everyone ages 8 and up. A few years ago, our dancers came up to perform our original production of The Crowning of the Woodland queen at Windhover. We are excited to share our dance again via a new production on the North Shore!

We have a fabulous audience base in the DC area, but here we are not really known. We would appreciate a shoutout from you so the Gloucester community knows about the performance tomorrow night.

See below for all the details and don’t hesitate to get in touch! Thank you so much.

~Karen McLane

Dancing to Ancient Rhythms…The Power and the Voice of Women in Dance Through the Millennia

With echoes from the ancient past to the present…
Washington DC-based Ancient Rhythms Dance explores the rich and vast subject of women in dance through the millennia with a vibrant and colorful theatrical dance performance, Saturday, November 9 in Gloucester, MA.

Saturday, November 9 at 7:30pm
MAGMA Dance Center: 11 Pleasant Street / Gloucester, MA
General Admission – $25
Limited Seating – Tickets at the Door or Online at
https://ancientrhythms.brownpapertickets.com/

@FishermenGHS Athletics Update: Reminder: you can pre-purchase your tickets to today’s D2 North Finals Field Hockey Game today.