Pasteis de Bacalhau
There is something horribly wrong on this plate.
What is it?
March 23, 2017
By Dave Rattigan
The city‘s Gloucester Fresh initiative had a big week, with a major promotional event and the announcement of a $13,000 grant award. It hosted more than 70 guests — including businesses from Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Mexico, and Iceland — at a tasting reception at Seafood Expo North America in Boston. The three-day expo, which ended Tuesday, attracted about 100 new business leads, according to a prepared statement from organizers. Also this week, Gloucester learned it would receive $13,000 from the state Division of Marine Fisheries’ Seafood Marketing pilot grant program. “If you are looking for fresh seafood, the quality that comes off our boats is 100 percent,” said Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, who spoke at the reception and ran a cooking demonstration with Angela Sanfilippo of the Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Association.
Guess who are vendors at the show..
Donna Ardizzoni / Circle Consulting Group 978-526-9222
Rockport Has Arrived. Sexy. Classy. Adult. Delicious. Finally.
Check Out Their Website- http://featherandwedge.com/
I have to imagine that the fine folks that live in beautiful Rockport MA are praising the heavens that they have a sleek, adult downtown restaurant to gather and nosh on something other than fish and chips (not that there’s anything wrong with fish and chips).
Chef Doug Papows which we’ve been a fan of for a long while has landed at Feather and Wedge. Kate and I went last night and were not disappointed.
Beautiful room, great food, excellent service. We will be back.
I’ll let the pictures do the talking-
The Martha Bourne Band
w/ John Funkhouser on keys; Mike Connors on drums; Mike Castellana on guitar and Jim Haggerty on bass
(Martha Bourne winner of “Katrina’s ‘$1,000 Singer- Songwriter Challenge” last December).
have a listen and hope to see you there!
” Martha Bourne’s new album is awash in moments of brilliance…some of these songs are true gems.”
— Steve Morse
“Bourne’s musical ideas are so expansive they rarely can be contained in a 3-minute song”
Never done yoga? Sore? Not flexible? Out of shape? Nervous? Intimidated? This program is for you.
Starting next week with a kickoff meeting – you’ll come and take 5 classes in studio every week, learn to practice yoga at home by yourself, build meditation and mindful eating into your day to day, and start to shift some habits in your life, and meet some people of real quality in the other participants.
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Our play “An Inspector Calls” We will be performing at the Gloucester Stage Co. March 30-31 April 1-2 and 7-9
Showtime evenings at 7:30 and Sunday at 5:00pm.
Forefront: Dave Rich, Lauren Ashly Suchecki
Background : Ashley Skeffington, Nathan Arroyo-Long
Ashley Skeffington, Bob Karish
Left: Bob Karish, Dave Rich, Lauren Ashly Suchecki
Lauren Ashly Suchecki, Dave Rich, Ashley Skeffington, Nathan Arroyo-Long
Ticket reservation: www.capeanntheatrecollaborative.com
With much appreciation,
An Ounce of Compost, A Pound of Stewardship: Cape-Ann Non-Profit Boosts Sustainability
For just $10, you can join the movement to make Cape Ann sustainable through the purchase of local, high quality compost. Seaside Sustainability is partnering with Black Earth Compost in order to provide the highest quality of local compost at the best price. Spreading good quality compost boosts plant nutrients and taste and improves the garden’s soil that they are grown in. All money raised through the fundraiser will go to Seaside Sustainability’s Sea Yacht Sailing program, in which individuals can learn about water safety, basic sailing, navigation, oceanic terminology, as well as maritime sustainability.