GloucesterCast 299 with Chris McCarthy, Pat Dalpiaz, Melissa Cox, Jess Biker, Edgar Foudray, Pattie Amaral, Adam Curcuru, Pauline Breshnahan, Paul BoudreauCatherine Ryan and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 9/30/18

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GloucesterCast 299 with Chris McCarthy, Pat Dalpiaz, Melissa Cox, Jess Biker, Edgar Foudray, Pattie Amaral, Adam Curcuru, Pauline Breshnahan, Paul Boudreau, Catherine Ryan and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 9/30/18

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Timestamped Topics: Topics Include:

00:15 300th Podcast Next Week At The Crows Nest Come Join Us And be Part Of The Fun 11:30AM Saturday Come be Part of The Studio Audience!

02:40 Saltmarsh Farm Pig Share saltmarshpoutry@gmail.com www.facebook.com/saltmarshpoultry

27:30 Happy To Report Our New Headquarters On Is Nearly Finished On Main Street GMGI- Good Morning Gloucester Institute

28:50 Pat Dalpiaz One Year Blogversary

29:14  There’s More To Sea Art Show Next Weekend At The Paint Factory October 5th, 6th and 7th

37:48 Veterans center www.facebook.com/veteranscoffee 12 Emerson Ave

35:20 Light Up Mattos www.facebook.com/lightupmattos

44:32 Women To Women Donation Drive Info Here www.facebook.com/PaulinesGifts Do women today realize the high waisted jeans they are wearing are “Mom Jeans”?

53:40 Extreme Truck and Auto Is The Best Happy Birthday Sean Nolan

55:20 Gran Prix of Gloucester- Paul Boudreau October 13 and 14th www.gpgloucester.com

01:09:26 How Old Would You Let Your Responsible Teenage Daughter Go To Topsfield Fair With her Friends and Curfew?

01:11:10Charlene McCarthy is a Huge Fan Of The City Website Responsiveness- See Click Fix Download The App Here

ABSOLUTELY CRUSHED IT. POLL: WHO YA GOT- WHITNEY HOUSTON OR @MALEAEMMA?

Thoughts are with our Marty Luster who sustained injuries while doing a stupid human trick

Shout Out To Cape Ann Community Cinema

Zekes Maria’s Pizza Fundraiser

 

 

GloucesterCast 283 With Susan Lipsett, Tucker and Elise From Cedar Rock Gardens Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 6/10/18

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GloucesterCast 283 With Susan Lipsett, Tucker and Elise From Cedar Rock Gardens Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 6/10/18

 

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Free Tickets To Cape Ann Community Cinema – Share this post on Facebook for a chance to win two free tickets to Cape Ann Community Cinema, The Cinema Listings are always stickied in the GMG Calendar at the top of the blog or you can click here to go directly to the website

Susan Lipsett Brought Us Kouign Amann

Tucker and Elise At Cedar Rock Gardens CSA, Peacocks, , Native Plants Event June 20th

Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade

Kim mentioned in Plover Story Strange that in the Gloucester Times article they didn’t mention GMG
Props to Sean Nolan Extreme Truck and Auto
I don’t want Lebron
Props to Comcast voice remote/app/website
Plover Update
Good Harbor Footbridge Update

INSPIRING CITY OF GLOUCESTER INAUGURATION CEREMONY 2018

One couldn’t help but be inspired by the good words and deeds of our city’s finest leaders at today’s inauguration ceremony. Cape Ann Museum director Rhonda Faloon gave a warm welcome followed by Gordon Baird’s pitch perfect rendition of “God Bless America.” Young community members were represented by the GHS Docksiders, the Presentation of Colors by GHS Junior ROTC, and the Mayor’s grandchildren and niece AJ, Bianca, and Lia led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. Alexandra Grace sang a beautiful rendition of the “National Anthem.”

Rabbi Steven Lewis and Reverend Rona Tyndall gave an interfaith invocation. Alexandra Grace and Josh Cominelli sang James Taylor’s “You’ve Got a Friend,” because, as Alexandra pointed out, Mayor Sefatia is a friend to all.

Poet Laureate John Ronan read his Gloucester-themed poem “We, Helmsman.”

PAARI/ Stop Handgun Violence Founder John Rosenthal gave a tremendous speech, congratulating the Mayor and the community on the success of the Angel program.

Senator Bruce Tarr gave a moving introduction highlighting the very personable ways in which Mayor Sefatia brings the community together.
Musical interludes performed by Charlee Bianchini, Jack Tomaiolo, Fly Amero and Allen Estes were performed in between swearing in ceremonies.

School Committee members Kathleen Clancy, Tony Gross, Jonathan Pope, Michelle Sweet, and Melissa Teixeira took the oath of office. Jonathan Pope was elected head of the School Committee.

We have a fantastic newly elected City Council comprised of Melissa Cox, Valerie Gilman, Ken Hecht, Steve LeBlanc, Jenn Holmgren, Paul Lundberg, Scott Memhard, Sean Nolan, and Jamie O’Hara.  Paul Lundberg was elected president of the City Council, with Steven LeBlanc elected vice-president. We are going to see great leadership and initiatives from this fine group!

Your new City Council President and Vice President Paul Lundberg and Steven LeBlanc.

Mayor Sefatia gave an inspiring address, touching on a wide range of subjects, ranging from the tremendous ability of our community to work together to new initiatives and plans to help prepare our coastal community for global climate change. Congratulations and best wishes for a successful 2018 to all our city officials!

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION TO BAN SINGLE USE PLASTIC BAGS AND POLYSTYRENE

Please join the Gloucester Clean City Commission, Councilors Melissa Cox and Sean Nolan, and Seaside Sustainability, Inc. in supporting a ban in Gloucester on all single use plastic bags and polystyrene (Styrofoam) containers like coffee cups and takeout food containers.

PLEASE SIGN HERE

We believe this initiative is important in maintaining the beauty of our city and the health of our ocean and land. Given the availability of biodegradable and reusable alternatives and the economic benefits of the proposed ban, we anticipate support from Gloucester’s residents and businesses.

This proposed ban is similar to those already passed in dozens of cities and towns in Massachusetts (and counting) including our neighbors Ipswich, Manchester, Marblehead, and Newburyport. Cities and towns (and entire states – Hawaii) along the coast line of our country have been particularly vigilant in creating this ban.  Just between 2015 and 2016, bills similar to ours were proposed in 23 states regarding the regulation of single use plastic bags and/or polystyrene.  In a recent investigation of Gloucester Harbor using an ROV (remotely operated underwater vehicle), observers reported an abundant amount of plastic bags and Styrofoam cups on the ocean floor.

There are economic and feasible alternatives to these products that all businesses, large and small can stand behind and support!

This petition will be delivered to:

  • City of Gloucester, MA Mayor’s Office
    Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken
  • City of Gloucester, Office
    Councilor Sean Nolan
  • City of Gloucester, Councilwoman
    Councilor Melissa Cox

 

HUGE SHOUT OUT AND THANK YOU AMAZING TEAM OF ANDREW BUTLER LEATHERNECK LANDSCAPING AND SEAN NOLAN EXTREME TRUCK AND AUTO REPAIR

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I only wish we had before photos but trust me when I say the weeds were waste high!

Thank you to Harbor Walk Friend and Volunteer Amy Kerr, who contacted Sean Nolan of Extreme Truck and Auto Repair, who got in touch with Andrew Butler of Leatherneck Landscaping. Sean, Andrew, and a crew member mowed, weed whacked and raked, despite the extreme heat and humidity. They did this on a volunteer basis, absolutely free of charge. Andrew and Sean plan to stop by several times a month to lend a hand and I just can’t tell you how grateful we are for the help.IMG_0289

Amy also reports that Sean and Andrew help greatly with many community clean ups around town.

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Thank you, thank you, thank you, and ninety nine thank yous more, to Lynn Bird, Amy Kerr, Andrew Butler, and Sean Nolan for your tremendous help with the HarborWalk.

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