Alicia Unleashed Episode 8-We like to Cha-Cha

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Alicia Unleashed Episode 8 Taped 10/25/2015 With Special Guests KD, B-Side and Host Alicia Cox

Topics Include:

We like to Cha-Cha, Kyle’s allergic non-reaction, Concerts on a whim, Artist of the week, Cape Ann Big Band, Run Around, James Bay, Grace Potter, Kyle tracks witches, Bridget and rims, Alicia doesn’t like accents, Christian side hug, 26 letters in the alphabet, Swipe to the left or right, Piss and Vinegar, Hans solo season, Social anxiety, Reservation for one, Alicia’s epiphany, Do something for the first time you’ve never done, Do you eat your friends fries, Laurie Lufkin response, Talias response, Alicia is a germaphob, Can people take a “hint”, Netflix and No, Alicia doesn’t understand new age sex lingo, Homiecast VS. Alicia unleashed, War of the Roses, Can the internet break?, Cards against humanity, Who in Gloucester do you want to know more about, Joey 1.5, Cape Ann Community Cinema, City in Color, Mark Wahlberg

Champ and Hulk joined the Podcast!

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Old Rocky Neck Postcard vs Modern Day Photos Of The Same Scene

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I’m surprised that when the Rudder was renovated they didn’t keep that puke green color and instead went with a deep Gloucester cranberryWinking smile

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Notice the windows in this photo EJ took way back then on the postcard?  No awning nowadays though.  I suppose delivery trucks would rip those awnings down on a daily basis if they were still on the front of the building.

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DINE OUT CAPE ANN!

MUST GO TO CAPE ANN BREW PUB DURING DINE OUT! Read more about all the restaurants that are participating during Dine-Out here and listen to our podcast with Mark McDonough and Kerry McKenna here.

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Absentee Ballot Voting

Absentee Ballot Voting

Absentee Ballot Voting for the November 3, 2015 Municipal Election is open in the City Clerk’s Office during regular business hours. Absentee ballot voting is for voters who will be absent from Gloucester on Election day, have a physical disability preventing you from going to the polling place, or a religious belief. Homebound or College students wishing to vote may download an absentee ballot application, or submit a signed written request which should include name, voting address, address where you want your ballot mailed, date of birth, a phone number or email and mail it to 9 Dale Ave. You may also have a family member come in and fill out a request form for you. Specimen ballots are available on the elections page for viewing.

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3rd Annual RNAC Holiday Arts & Crafts Festival

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2015 RNAC Arts & Crafts Holiday Festival

Open to All Rocky Neck Art Colony Artist Members

All Rocky Neck Art Colony artist members are invited to participate in this year’s Holiday Festival at the Cultural Center. This is an open show and all RNAC member artists are welcome to show and sell fine crafts and artwork in any medium. Spaces include a variety of wall spaces, jewelry displays, tables, and print bins on both floors. The main entrance this year will be on the lower level to make sure all artists have equal coverage. We are  planning 5 exciting parties and are planning a big publicity campaign. Applications will be accepted until all spaces are taken, but to get your name on the poster and postcard you must apply by October 31. Be sure to take advantage of this membership benefit to show your work at the Cultural Center on Rocky Neck.

See http://rockyneckartcolony.org/rocky-neck-art-colony-arts-crafts-holiday-festival/ for more information and to download an application. Contact judy@robinson-cox.com if you have any questions.

If you are not a RNAC member, this is a good time and reason to join.  Membership is good for one year from date of sign up.  This is a fun show, with great traffic and sales, and the show is manned on open days, so you don’t have to be there except to set up your display, replenish as things sell and have fun at the parties.

E.J. Lefavour

Sawyer Free Library: Week of October 25, 2015

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Scrabble Club meets on the last Tuesday every month

Thursday October 29: Fluoride Forum

6-7:30pm, Friend Room

Open to the public:  informative forum on community water fluoridation.

30 Minute documentary on professional perspectives on fluoridation followed by a short question and answer period.

In the Children’s Library:

Wednesday October 28: Read with Zyla the therapy dog!                                                                             A couple of slots are still available or make an appointment for another Wednesday!                                    http://www.eventkeeper.com/code/events.cfm?curOrg=SFL

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Thursday October 29: Halloween Science Club. 3:30-4:30 for grades 2-5

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2,000 tulip bulbs planted Saturday by Generous Gardeners

Hi Joey,

On Saturday morning 15 Generous Gardener volunteers planted 2,000 tulip bulbs at the Fishermen’s Wives Memorial.  The bulbs were purchased from proceeds from the annual Garden Tour with some funds from the Fishermen’s Wives.  Thank you to all who came to help.  Stay tuned for significantly expanded gardens after the seawall project is complete!

Susan Kelly

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3 Minutes of Fame

Cape Ann Youth Hockey’s Mite 1 team (and my boys), had the awesome opportunity to skate during an intermission at last Wednesday’s Bruins game.  While they were only on the ice for 3 short minutes, the whole experience (from check in, to jumbo-tron, to private elevator, to locker room, to some VIP treatment from Bruins employees) created memories to last a lifetime.

I threw together this completely amateur video for them the next day.  I’m guessing this will be one of those days that they look back on pretty fondly years from now and I’m so glad this great group of kids had the chance to experience this together.