Chickity Check It! Tony Goddess- His Real Name

When leaving our Block Party meeting I ran into this cat “Tony Goddess” in the basement of Cape Ann Business Incubator.  Tony runs a studio and helps to produce music in his space -Bang A Song Studio.

Tony Goddess- His Real Name, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

What are the odds that his real name is “Tony Goddess”?

You can check out his website at

Blue Claw Lobster Regenerating Photos

We got a lobster in yesterday that had a vibrant blue claw growing.  It was a smaller claw that is in the process of regenerating but the blue was one of the deepest blue colors that I have ever seen on a lobster.
To see some of the other freaky crustaceans we’ve had here over the past couple years you can clcik this link to the freaks of the lobster and crab world slide show

Things To Do- Cape Ann Farmers’ Market

Thursday, September 11th

Cape Ann Farmers’ Market

3:30 – 6:30 pm Harbor Loop (rain or shine)

Children’s activity at the Community Tent, 4pm: Fun craft activity with Kathy Middleton-recycling.

Education Tables: Sustainable Cape Ann, Kathy Middleton-recycling, Green Roundtable-Green Building.

Crafts: Helen Parker Textiles, Camilla MacFadyen (block print t-shirts), Twin Lights-pottery

Produce: Brox Farm (produce and fruit), Backyard Growers (produce, eggs and seedlings), Three Sisters Farm (produce and seedlings), Cider Hill Farm (produce, fruit and baked goods), and The Food Project (produce and fruit)

Other Foods: Steve Connolly’s (fish), Swiss Bakers (baked goods & Swiss treats), AJ King (artisan baked breads & sweets), In Good Taste (salsa), Sassy River Sauces (pestos, chutneys & tapenades), Common Crow (ready-to-eat foods, regional beef, cheese & eggs), Pleasant Street Tea Company (ready-to-eat foods, iced tea & coffee), and Couttes Specialty Foods

Music: Trisha deCaprio – fiddler and vocalist

Seafood Throwdown: Two restaurant chefs will compete in this week’s Seafood Throwdown. Chefs from Passports and Dogbar, both Main Street restaurants, will find out what secret seafood they will be cooking with at 4:30pm. Once they discover the secret seafood, they will each be given $25 and 15 minutes to use the Farmers’ Market as their pantry and then an hour to prepare, cook, and plate samples for three judges and Farmers’ Market customers chosen randomly by volunteers and given a green “time to eat seafood” ticket. Our judges will be Boston based celebrity chef Didi Emmons and Michael Wheeler of