Due To The Overwhelming Number Of People Putting In Requests- The Save Our Beaches Eat More Plover Beach Towels Have Been Ordered!!! Pre-Order Yours Now Before They Sell Out!

Limited Quantity Available- Reserve Yours Now. (Don’t Be The Jabroni That Waits, They Sell Out and Then You Say I Shoulda Placed My Order)

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White Beach Towels 30×60 inches with Da Logo!

*No Plovers Were Harmed In The Production Of This Beach Towel. Thank You.

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White Beach Towels 30×60 inches with “sleeping” plover large and In the middle of the towel. You will be notified when the towels come in. *No Plovers Were Harmed In The Production Of This Beach Towel. Thank You.

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4 White Beach Towels 30×60 inches with “sleeping” plover large and In the middle of the towel. You will be notified when the towels come in. *No Plovers Were Harmed In The Production Of This Beach Towel. Thank You.

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Laurel Seaver and Rose

Some pics of Gloucester my sister Rose and I took in the 80’s. That is Rose blowing the kiss, she took the pic, and that is her and I standing on it. I guess back in the day you could do that. She is deceased now. I like to honor her memory by sharing her photos. Maybe you could post on GMG.

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1606 Restaurant & Oyster Bar Spanish Wine Dinner Thursday February 9 6 PM

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Join us for an evening of exquisite cuisine and wines celebrating a modern twist on classic Spanish flavor pairings and dishes!
Join us for an evening of exquisite cuisine and wines celebrating a modern twist on classic Spanish flavor pairings and dishes, while showcasing the beauty of classic industries (concervas and Heritage (iberico jamon).

Each course will feature wine carefully thought out and picked to pair with the dish. These wines are indigenous old-world classics that show the true depth and complexity of Spain. A treat for all.

Menu

Amuse
White wine poach pear, iberico ham, manchego

First Course
Marinated Razor Clams – stuffed piquillo pepper, lemon aioli, garlic chili oil

Paired with 2021 Ulacia Txocoli Lzaro

Second Course
Chipirones – crispy baby squid, new potatoes, confit garlic, chorizo herb salad, squid ink puree

Paired with 2019 Avaneil Ribero del Duero

Third Course
Confit Tuna Belly – blood orange, castelvetrano…

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Tonno Gloucester Wine Dinner Get Your Reservations

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‘Searching for Italy’ Wine Dinner Series – Dinner 2

Tuesday, February 28, 2023 6:30 PM

Join us for a 3-dinner series as we explore, revisit the regions, replicate some of the dishes and taste the wine from those regions and the winemakers that Stanley Tucci showcased on his very successful miniseries. Puglia | Burrata, Olive Oil, ‘Assassin’s Pasta’ 2012 Copertino Negroamaro Riserva Venice | Squid Ink Risotto 2020 Pieropan Soave Calvarino Liguria | Pasta with Pesto a la Genoese, Potatoes, Beans 2020 Punta Crena Rossese Milan | Veal Osso Bucco, Risotto Milanese 2018 Ca’ del Bosco Maurizio Zanella

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Sea Smoke Saturday

By the time you see this post, the air should be considerably warmer than the recent frigid weekend. Despite the BITTER cold, the sea smoke was very impressive. I have to say I was a little bit surprised at how many others with cameras were braving the cold for shots like these (though likely better).

Assorted Wildlife — pat morss

First, an update on Atlantic Merlin, our “Curious Visitor” last week – thanks to Catherine who yesterday posted photos of her in the sea smoke off Cape Ann, taken by C.Ryan who indicated Atlantic Merlin is working on a fiber optic cable from Lynn, MA to the UK and France. Early this afternoon Marine Traffic positioned her about 20 miles NE of the Cape. Here are a few mostly wildlife updates:

Not paying attention to the Wrong Way sign at dusk, …
… these turkeys nearly caused a traffic accident
A crow decided the weathervane at Beauport Museum wasn’t quite complete
A content Bufflehead on a Niles Pond rock that was exposed 3 feet during the summer drought
Eight of at least twenty seals hauled out on the rocks on this day at low tide, Brace Cove
“This your house? OK if we pass through?”
They said they wouldn’t eat anything, but we don’t trust them
Amazing how they can canter through the Audubon rocks
Maybe the sanctuary visitor wasn’t a threat after all
A Northern Harrier scouting low for small mammals, in the same area
My take on Saturday’s frigid sunrise with sea smoke
Later in the day, the Boston skyline filtered through the lingering sea smoke

Upcoming Boston Children’s Hospital Blood drive.

Hope you are staying warm and hope you can post our upcoming Boston Children’s Hospital Blood drive.

It was so successful last time we are doing a 2 day event.

As always, thank you for any help you can give on this 2 day event-see the attached flyer.Rockport HarbormastersScott Story and Rosemary Lesch

VHF Ch 9 or 16 Phone 978 546-9589 http://www.rockportharbormasters.org/index1.shtml

Boston Globe: Cape Ann Museum Edward Hopper hype!

A big save the date–July 22, 2023–in today’s paper!

“The exhibition, accompanied by a 225-page catalog, will include 65 paintings, drawings, and prints, 57 of them by Hopper, seven by Nivinson, and one by Robert Henri…”

John Laidler. “Strokes of genius: Edward Hopper, one of the foremost American painters of the 20th century, launched his fame by creating visions of Gloucester. Now the Cape Ann Museum is preparing to display his works.” Boston Globe. Metro Section. Sunday paper 2/5/2023 and 2 days prior online. Laidler has shared news from the museum, library’s building project, and the school consolidation in the past couple of years.

Step into Edward Hopper’s life in Gloucester with the web-based digital Google map I first created in 2010, Edward Hopper all around Gloucester, that reveals where scores of Hopper’s works of art were inspired in Gloucester beyond a well known core, and corrected several misidentifications possibly hinting at Maine or Cape Cod. By my last tally, there’s more than 120 in Gloucester! The exhibition at Cape Ann Museum will gather Gloucester originals together from public and private collections which is no small feat. What a thrill and opportunity to wander and wonder about art and ideas, and celebrate Gloucester.

Gloucester Fishermen vs Masconomet Chieftains Boys Varsity Hockey (Replay) 2/4/23 Grom Cape Ann Live

Gloucester Fishermen vs Masconomet Chieftains Boys Varsity Hockey (Replay) 2/4/23

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Top Slice Pizzeria St Petersburg Review

Soggy, greasy, total flop. I’m of the mind that bad pizza starts at 5 and goes down from there. I wouldn’t say it was bad pizza but with a little more care it could be decent to good pizza. It’s a 5.9 and I was left disappointed. Looked better than it ate.

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My Grandmother’s Kitchen Revisited

By happenstance, I recently met the owner of my Gloucester grandparents home and he graciously allowed us to visit. Jeff Martin lives in my grandparents home on Haskell Street. I have fond memories of my times there ALL those years ago. The urge to revisit the home was ramped up when Jeff shared that he’d found a number of items hidden away in the attic walls that I though might relate to my family’s history.

In the intervening years, Jeff and his family have made many changes to the house but its bones remain and I was overwhelmed with memories even though it looks very different today than it did when I was a child. Even GMG Jim has his own memories of visiting this house on our honeymoon which enriched the time we spent with Jeff recently. We are very grateful to Jeff for sharing the house with us as well as the trinkets he found.

I understand that people might hide things in the walls of a home to bring luck to future inhabitants, but I kind of doubt that a hidden corset was intended to bring luck! Of most interest to me were the letters written between 1895 and 1899, proving the house existed prior to the 1900 date built as stated in city records (Jeff tells us there was a fire–believe me, there was ALWAYS a fire–and records that were lost defaulted to 1900) so that was enlightening. These letters were primarily between sisters Mabel and Elena Gertrude Goodwin. We have Goodwins in our family tree so I am working to make a connection. I hope to share more about these letters soon.

Thank you very much Jeff for sharing your home and your interest in history. If you ever get the chance to revisit a home from your childhood, I think you should consider it. Your grandmother’s kitchen holds a special warmth that will flood back regardless of the years gone by. If you get the chance to share your home with a former resident, I also think you should consider allowing it. I think it brings perspective to your life that you might not have considered. Thank you very much Jeff for your graciousness and giving this grandchild some memories back.