GloucesterCast 341 with Pat and Jimmy Dalpiaz, Mike Codair, Chris McCarthy, Susan Lipsett, and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 6/30/19


GloucesterCast 341 with Pat and Jimmy Dalpiaz, Mike Codair, Chris McCarthy, Susan Lipsett, and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 6/30/19


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Topics Include:

It’s our first Horribles Parade! What’s your advice?
Mom’s Kitchen Mudiga Steaks
The municipal dock at Harbor loop is magnificent!  4 hour transient dockage
Pat and Jimmy are going to Red White and Beau event for fireworks following parade. Event benefits Wounded Warrior Project. Tickets here:
Jim is playing in the July 4th community concert in Rockport prior to bonfire! 8 PM concert at the Rockport Gazebo.
Susan’s new favorite store on Main Street Sample This 
Chris McCarthy going lobstering with recreational liscence– over/under on how many traps he will have at the end of the year. $450 worth of gear.
US women’s national soccer team
Kenny Chesney in Gloucester


Congratulations to Derrick Hopkins, your 2019 Greasy Pole Champion!!! 

More photos tomorrow 🙂


12 PM Fish Printer Will Be Giving A Print To The First Person That sinks a cornhole in one 77 Rocky Neck Ave – Gloucester 12:00PM Sharp

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Which one should I give away today? – last week the 17th person got the cornhole in one (by 1pm ) – who will it be this week – starts at 12pm. One throw per person one winner $200 value- only at the fish print shanty – 77 Rocky Neck Ave – Gloucester

Go Big + Go Home

Cape Ann Home


Renovating any space in your home can feel like a daunting task. Particularly the kitchen. It’s such an important space in every home and there are so many decisions to make. It is a big undertaking. But like any project, it gets done one step at a time. The first thing to do is set goals for yourself. What do you want from this kitchen? How do you want use the space? What elements are most important to you? The answers to these questions will set the path for you project. You can’t get what you want, if you don’t know what you want.

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