1. emitting or reflecting glowing or suffused light. Also, clear, enlightening.
Spring Ephemeral garden at the Mary Prentiss Inn, Cambridge
One of the ‘blue’ lilacs, both heavenly and heavily scented.
My all time favorite narcissus, mostly for its fabulous fragrance, but also because it is super long blooming.
Friends, If you have seen a solitary swan in your neighborhood, please write and let us know in either the comments or at firstname.lastname@example.org. We haven’t seen him in his usual places since Easter. He sometimes takes off for an extended rendezvous, but this one seems unusually long.
Good morning all:
Hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather. Very exciting.
When: Saturday, May 25, 2019
Time: 08:00 – 09:00
Where: Washington Street, I think we should park near train station right on Washington Street
See you there, I have yellow bags.
Wednesday, May 22 – 7pm
The Rhumb Line Kitchen…..features Morgan Forsythe! Dishes are better than ever before!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
…to seeing you there 🙂
Zeus is a “Texas Tower” rig that was involved with extension of Gloucester’s sewer outfall pipe offshore around 1990. Before that, the treatment plant dumped directly into harbor, through the notorious “bubbler.” Here are a few of my photos from 1989-1991.
Wow. Thanks to Paul Horovitz for sharing this shot of Monday’s sky at the mouth of the Annisquam.
Next week- Lesley shares her flyer with GMG
A sure sign Summer will be upon us soon: Topside outdoor seating is available!
The Scollins-Warsi jazz duo is back at Feather & Wedge! With Kevin Scollins on guitar and Sahil Warsi on double bass, they will play from their extensive setlist including selections from the Great American Song Book, modern jazz, contemporary blues and R&B.
Reservations highly suggested! 978.999.5917
Thursday, May 23, 2019
7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Feather & Wedge, 5 Main Street, Rockport, MA, 01966
When: Saturday, May 25, 2019, with guided tours from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: The Sargent House Museum, 49 Middle Street, Gloucester
The Sargent House Museum will open its doors for its 100th season at noon on Saturday, May 25. Originally built in 1782 for writer and women’s rights advocate Judith Sargent Murray, the Sargent House was incorporated into a museum in 1919 by patrons including Charles Sprague Sargent and Universalist minister Rev. Levi Moore Powers. The Sargent House Museum introduces visitors to the 18th century world of its most famous resident, Judith Sargent Murray, while also featuring a small, curated collection of works by her great-great nephew, the artist John Singer Sargent.
Join us for a great season of programming to celebrate the museum’s centennial, and learn more about Judith Sargent Murray’s revolutionary contributions to women’s fight for equality!
The museum offers guided tours on Fridays, Saturdays and…
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