Published by Rick G. on YouTube in 2014
Category Archives: 2015
It’s going to be one fun action packed podcast! Stay tuned tomorrow for the Valentine’s Day Podcast!
Live, laugh, love 💜
Ok, Ok many people feel that Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark holiday. That’s fine but don’t ruin it for the rest of us. I do not particularly care about the whole “gift receiving and giving” aspect. Its the “spirit” I LOVE! Its a day when everyone just LOVES. Isn’t that what we all want? Is just to love and be loved?
So, for the spirit of the holiday I have put together your Valentine destinations on Cape Ann! I will update as I find new places! Book your destination today!
Seaport Grille special pre-fixe menu! Check it out!
Katrina’s Special menu, music and more!
Magnolia 525 tavern keep posted for their festivities
Foreign Affairs Valentine’s Brunch AND dinner!
Chocolate for your honey
Turtle Alley 42 Rogers St, Gloucester
Nichols Candies 1 Crafts Road/Route 128, Exit 12 Gloucester
Tuck’s Candy 15 Main st, Rockport
Wine and Cheese
Savour Wine 76 Prospect St, Gloucester
The Cave 44 Main St, Gloucester
Celia’s Flower Studio 77 Langsford St, Gloucester
Sage Floral Studio 274 Main St, Gloucester
Russell’s Florist 18 Eastern Ave, Gloucester
Audrey’s Florist 38 Railroad Ave, Gloucester
Specialty Gift Shops
Pop Gallery 67 Main St, Gloucester
Magic Scarf Main St, Gloucester
La Provence 4 Main St, Rockport
Mimi 11 Central St, Manchester
If you know of more restaurants and destinations drop me a comment and I will add them!
Alicia Unleashed Episode 13 taped 12/27/15 with B-Side, KD and Host Alicia Cox
Sorry it cut off at the end 😦 sad face:
Queen Latifa “Unity”, Hidden Homiecast, Joey’s Sabbatical, Yoga 2016, How many Homiecast in 2016, recap Pats game, Steve Harvey, Alan Thicke and Ryan Seacrest mishaps, Chris is wearing Pat’s Revis shirt, Cold Play in Super Bowl, Kyle’s review on new Cold Play Album, Kyle’s new necklace from Common Crow, Gas station open on Christmas, Little Sister Selia learning to cook and growing up, New year’s resolutions, Grandma Mary’s New Years saying, Do you say Hi to people you haven’t seen in many years?, New Years Eve plans, Hanging out with people younger than you, Nora Jones, Who is you favorite actress/actor?, Sandra Bullock drama in Cape Ann, Can you recite movie quotes?, Netflix series, Fuller House premiering Feb 26th, John Stamos, Adele
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day is my favorite time of the year.
Represents new beginnings and renewal for the upcoming New Year.
Here’s what we have for the 2 days of celebration!
I encourage restaurants and anyone that can add to this list!
New Year’s Eve
Ohana NYE Price Fixe Menu 3 Course Dinner $45 With wine pairing $80
2nd Annual Family Fun Night at Mile Marker One
Free swimming and party favor for the kids
Lat 43 NYE Party
20% of the ticket sales go to Gloucester Education Foundation
Ohana New Years Eve Menu
3 Course Dinner $45 With wine pairing $80
Foreign Affairs NYE Dinner
Manchester by the Sea
Franklin Cape Ann NYE Dinner
Celebrating the New Year with family, friends, and neighbors. Six hours of continuous entertainment in downtown Rockport. 6 PM – midnight.
For music rundown on New Years Eve visit Gimmesound web page
New Year’s Day
Katrina’s New Year’s Day Music Brunch
11:30am to 2:30pm Music by Brian King
Foreign Affairs New Years Day Brunch
Bloody Mary Bar 10am to 2:30pm
New Year’s Day 11:00 am Rocky Neck Plunge at Steven’s Lane and donations to Open Door Food Pantry. Always a great turnout and fun to watch (and plunge if you’re so inclined). After warm up party at the Cultural Center.
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Photo by: Samantha Barrett
When I get a cold I will do ANYTHING to get better FAST! I literally have had 5 colds in the past 20 years. I have an immune system of steel!
So I heard the old wives’ tale of putting a peeled onion in a bowl in your room and it absorbs bacteria.
Have you heard this?
Q: Can Raw Onion Prevent the Flu?
A: There is no scientific evidence that a cut raw onion absorbs germs or rids the air of toxins/poisons.
A wives tale that dates back as far as the 1500’s claims that placing a cut raw onion in rooms throughout a residence could protect its occupants from getting the bubonic plague.
Long before germs were discovered, the dominate belief was contagious diseases were spread by miasma, or “noxious air.”
While false, this belief remained part of folk medicine through the 19th century claiming to ward off epidemics like smallpox, influenza, and other “infectious fevers.”