Don’t Forget To Say Hi To The Tuckers Farm Family Diner Folks At Topsfield Fair

Photo From Donna Ardizzoni

Our own Tucker's Farm Topsfield Fair

Wonder If They Are Serving Up Three Stooge Challenges-

These Clips Are From The GMG Man vs Food Three Stooge Challenge

Part III

Ten Minutes In

Cliff Rideout- A Mean (not so lean) Eating Machine Part IV Video

Good Times.  Look for the next GMG Man vs Food Challenge Soon

A Haunted Halloween Evening, Oct. 30, 2010


A Haunting Evening at the Inn Magnolia

Halloween – the time of the year when the veil is the thinnest between the realms of the living and the dead…and what could be more terrifying than spending the evening in a haunted country inn with New England’s own VanHelsing?

On Saturday, October 30th, join us, if you dare, for a night of food, fun, and mystery. Feast with the living, as we enjoy an elegant harvest dinner sumptuous enough to raise the dead. Then listen as author, radio personality, and paranormal investigator, Ron Kolek of the New England Ghost Project, takes you on a journey into the dark and macabre world of the ghost hunter.

Next take part in an investigation of the Inn. And the night ends as we attempt to communicate with the wandering spirits of the Inn Magnolia.

Dinner Menu

Cranberry Apple Salad

Rolls & Butter

Roast Turkey & Gravy

Homemade Stuffing

Mashed Potatoes

Butternut Squash

Buttered Peas

Cranberry Sauce

Coffee & Teas

Apple Crisp w/Whipped Cream

Dinner dress is macabre elegant. Refreshments will be served.

Overnight accommodations are also available from the Inn.
Call (978) 525-3642 for room reservations.

Don’t miss out on this truly unique evening. Seating is limited and tickets are only $79.95 per person and must be purchased in advance.

For more information call (978) 455-6678.

The Inn Magnolia – 18 Norman Avenue – Gloucester, MA 01930 –

All sales are final and schedule is subjected to change.


Niki Bogin Invites You To See “ASPARAGUS: A STALKUMENTARY” Wednesday October 6th

You are cordially invited to join us for a benefit screening of the film ASPARAGUS: A STALKUMENTARY on Wednesday, October 6th at 7:30pm at the Cape Ann Community Cinema at 21 Main Street in Gloucester. The $10.00 ticket benefits The Cape Ann Farmers’ Market, and is part of The Cape Ann Film Festival, which runs through Sunday, October 17th in Gloucester and Rockport Music Cinema in Rockport.

The Cinema has a great selection of organic popcorn, locally-brewed cane sodas and fair trade chocolate bars (and a frozen chocolate-covered banana that is to plotz for).

For more information on The Cape Ann Film Festival, visit


Marty Morgan Pottery Sale During Cape Ann Artisan Tour

HI Joe,

I’m having my annual fall sale during the Cape Ann Artisans Studio Tour, October 9 – 11:   10 am – 5 pm each day.

I save all my “seconds”,  warped pots, ones that did not come out of the kiln the way I wanted them to, etc – all half the regular price.



GMG Kids Bring Home First Place at The Pumpkin Display Contest Topsfield Fair

The GMG Pumpkin display was put together by Sista Felicia, friend of the family Sara Francis, niece Amandacakes, nephew BJ, The Bean and Snoop Maddie Mad.
Great work team!

Thanks to Auntie Elenor for sending in the pics.

Autumn in Cape Ann Massachusetts HDR Slideshow From Doug Niedermiller

Doug Writes-

Cape Ann is located on the coast some 43 miles northeast of  Boston,  Massachusetts. It includes the towns of Rockport and Gloucester and is home of  The Second Annual Lobsta Fest and Seafood Extravaganza! The photos in this gallery were also shot in Essex, Magnolia and Manchester by the Sea. Autumn in Massachusetts may be the best in the country. Some of my favorite locations on Cape Ann are Plum Cove, Lanes Cove, Rockport Harbor, Gloucester Harbor, Rocky Neck, Atlantic Road, Halibut Point, Buswell Pond, Annisquam, Lobster Cove and Hoop Pole Cove. All of these locations afford excellent photo opportunities. I would love to photograph Cape Ann in the winter but,  the weather is too unpredictable. So I will have to leave the winter photos for my brother-in-law, Todd Harrington, of  Plum Cove Photography, who lives in Gloucester.


Click the Photo Below To View Doug’s Slide Show- Autumn In Cape Ann


Jazz at The Stone Soup In Ipswich MA

Hi Guys,

I’d like to share the news about some jazz in Ipswich at the Stone Soup Cafe, 141 High St every Sunday from 5 to 8pm.







Barbara and Al Boudreau

6 R Mondello Square

Gloucester, MA  01930

Tel: 978-283-8797

Cell:  978-853-5434