It’s a Gloucester thing…
Dear Good Morning Gloucester: Learned about this site just a short time ago from a dear friend, and former resident of Gloucester, here in the Monterey Bay area. I’m hooked on this publication now, and can’t wait for your publication to hit my mailbox daily.
I grew up in North Andover, Mass and spent many summers with a dear friend and her family in Wingaersheek Beach. Can’t stop thinking about the great times I spent there.
Is the Paper House still standing!!! Oh, how I loved that tour 🙂
Seeing the photos and reading the stories brings me back and makes me smile.
Thank you for your publication and reminding me how beautiful life was in paradise.
Pebble Beach, California
I want to Thank Rebecca Borden, from Art Haven/ The Hive, for helping me with instructions on how to paint the buoys. Since my grandchildren could not be in Gloucester the day of painting we decided to paint them last weekend in Maine. They had a ball painting them. Here is a picture of the buoys all painted.
Avery, age 2, dressed to paint the buoys.
We are looking for people who would like to help at the Larcom Theater for our 2014 Season. See current shows here. More will be announced soon.
Ushers get to see the show for free and help others enjoy their show experience! Ushers assist our patrons in finding their assigned seats and provide playbills to patrons. The ushers then take a seat in the theatre during the show in order to address any needs that audience members may have.
Due to fishing restrictions in New England, restaurants in Cape Cod have stopped serving local cod in favour of Icelandic cod.
Cod once sustained New England’s fishing industry, but in recent years, regulators have imposed severe catch limits on cod, and the fish remain scarce,NPR reports.
Thank you to rishays for submitting the link
This beautiful male orange cat was found on Friend Street on October 24, 2013.
All agencies were contacted. Found cat advertisement was in the Times.
Cat has a white bib, long tail with brown rings. He is very affectionate and playful.
Someone must be looking for him, as he is a very good cat. He has been checked out by a Vet and had all his shots. Any information to find his home, will be greatly appreciated.
The Singing Seniors, a singing class taught by Jorgelina Zeoli (“Jayzee”) at the Rose Baker Senior Center in Gloucester, bring Christmas music to the residents at the Girdler House in Beverly. (December 20, 2013)
“Jayzee”, a free lance musician, inspirational author and Tai Chi instructor, is looking for funding in order to continue bringing the joy of the Singing Seniors into the community. She can be contacted email@example.com.
Photos Courtesy of Ray Spiecker and Judy Keith
After being cooped up for the storm, I headed out to Cranes Beach check out the dunes and the surf.
The snow on the dunes was laced with a marbling of sand which made for some quite interesting patterns.
Even the day after the storm ended, there was still a bit of surf, but the seagulls seemed to take it all in stride.