GloucesterCast 253 With Stephanie Benenson, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/19/17

GloucesterCast 253 With Stephanie Benenson, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/19/17

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Timestamped Topics (click the timestamps to go directly to that topic on the podcast) include:

Stephanie Beneson Dec 8th & 9th At Kyroz Auditorium Follow Harbor Voices on Instagram @HarborVoices

Cape Ann Lanes

Cape Ann Donut Voting

Announcing The Cape Ann Donut Taste Test Winner Thanks Judges BJ Mohan, Craig Kimberley, James Eves, Wayne Berger, Assistants Catherine Ryan, Kim Smith and Chris Brien.

Dead In The Water- Filmaker David Whittkower

North American River Otters

Our Diverse Readership

Cape Ann Farmer’s Market Next One December 23

01:01 Free Tickets To Cape Ann Community Cinema – Share this post on Facebook for a chance to win two free tickets to Cape Ann Community Cinema, The Cinema Listings are always stickied in the GMG Calendar at the top of the blog or you can click here to go directly to the website

Paula Ryan O’Brien Winner of Last Week’s Cape Ann Community

Plastic Bag Ban

Pop Up Book Shop from Owner Of Andover Book Store and Cabot Books In Beverly

Shop Local Week -Looking For A Press Release From Pauline

Present Has Opened For The Season At Eastern Point Lit House





2 thoughts on “GloucesterCast 253 With Stephanie Benenson, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/19/17

  1. Lot’s of information to digest here! I can say a lot has changed infrastructure etc…On minks there were a bunch up off high street going toward woods they were domesticated caged type from what I remember.. I know because one the children we all ran together with put finger in cage and was bitten stitches too!. As far as the wild pretty rare. As far as coyotes not any that I was aware of. Foxes yes, beavers yes, snapping turtles yes, lots of frogs and toads, salamanders both the brownies and tiger type were sort of rare. Garter snakes phew sticky but fun!

    As fare as reach when I Google looking for items I have found your GMG cast way back when you started so 10 years and far reach. I know you like technology so you are going to see some major changes in AI (Artificial Intelligence) too along with other technologies in all professions.

    Change is never easy is so corrected! I am behind so I have to go back see the river otters they are very communal and look out for each other much like the Meer cats…I loved the outdoors the wander and exploring even to this day! 🙂

    Well done TEAM GMG and happy birthday a decade of giving and informing that is quite a feat! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    “Scars remind us where we have been, but they don’t have to dictate where you’re going!” A popular TV Show quote!


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