GloucesterCast 431 Livestream With Jill Cahill, Susan Coviello, Chris McCarthy and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 7/16/20

GloucesterCast 431 Livestream With Jill Cahill, Susan Coviello, Chris McCarthy and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 7/16/20

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Gloucester Shop, Dine and Stroll This Saturday Night

The following businesses are planning to be open on Saturday:
Shops:
  • Cape Ann Olive Oil
  • Gloucester Shop of Cape Ann
  • Design of Mine (doing a fashion show up and down Main beginning at 6:45PM)
  • Floating Lotus
  • Weathervane
  • Main St Art and Antiques
  • Mark Adrian Shoes
  • Pop Gallery
  • Brass Monkey
  • Village Silversmith (open until 6PMish)
  • House of the Raven
  • Mermaid Tales of Glosta
  • Sweats of New England
  • Fireflies (open until 7PM)
  • Dogtown Books
  • Pastaiao Via Corta: unsure, I won’t mention them unless she lets me know
Restaurants: reservations strongly encouraged!
  • ​Oliver’s
  • Jalapeños
  • The Franklin
  • Caffe Sicilia
  • Drift
  • Tonno
Sponsors:
 
  • Presenting Sponsor: Rockport Mortgage
  • Stage Level Sponsors: Bank Gloucester, CASB, Institution for Savings
  • Golf Level Sponsors: Lahey AG Hospital, Applied Materials, Building Center, Endicott College, Engel and Volkers, J Barrett
  • many other supporters.
 
There is no entertainment and no outside vendors.
 
Street closures beginning at 5PM, event 5-9PM. Parking encouraged along Roger’s Street and I4C2, as well as St Peter’s parking lot.

Jane Deering two art galleries in #GloucesterMA–downtown and Annisquam– feature new exhibits opening July 18

Downtown look for new exhibition 

Gail Barker | Art as Process

Jane Deering Gallery

Pleasant Street, Gloucester, Mass. and online

Saturdays and Sundays 1-4 pm

July 18- August 2

The motions and rituals of daily activities all serve as prompts allowing Barker to incorporate walking, journey-taking, solitary contemplative actions — into forms of drawing, sewing, knitting, wrapping, paper manipulation and performance.  

In 2018 a sculptural piece was chosen for  exhibition at the 250th celebration The Great Spectacle: Summer Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts, London UK curated by British National Treasure, Grayson Perry.

GAIL BARKER Untitled 2018 paper receipts, linen thread. 10x10x3 in at Jane Deering Gallery 2020

The Bauhaus Inspired series began shortly after Barker moved to the West Country.  Unable to work on large pieces, she began visiting antique/junk shops where a treasure trove of French silks was discovered.  Convinced at the time these were  ‘paintings’ despite the  fact that she was knitting them into squares, they were put aside until January  of this year.  With the addition of colors along the bottom of each piece they did become,  in her mind, paintings.

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Gail Barker grew up under the wide skies and on the flat landscape of East Anglia in Great Britain. She attended a Quaker primary school and later a farm school — all of which influenced her love of space and a reverence for the simple rhythms of daily life. In 1977 she moved to Rochester, NY and then In 1989 to New England (Beverly Farms MA) where she graduated from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston  She has exhibited at The Royal Academy of Arts, London UK; and performed with the collaborative Fourthland (https://www.fourthland.com) at The Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol UK and Bath UK. Her work is held in numerous private collections in the US and UK. Barker returned to her native England in 2008. She resides in Bath where she maintains her studio. Read more about Gail Barker and the 2020 solo show at Jane Deering Gallery here: Gail Barker _ Art as Process

In Annisquam look for new exhibition of Annisquam scenes 

AMY ROBSON | Just Looking

Jane Deering Gallery SHED venue

18 Arlington Street and online

Saturdays and Sundays 1-4pm

July 18- August 2

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Lighthouse Collage (Mark Adrian Shoes) JDG

Amy Robson. Lighthouse (Mark Adrian Shoes) 2019. oil on collage on board. 14 x 18 in.

To view YouTube video Annisquam Fever Dream, click on: https://youtu.be/Ln-KBgvac0Q

Read more about Amy Robson and the show: Amy Robson _ Keep Looking . July 18 – August 2, 2020 in the SHED @ Jane Deering Gallery

 

GloucesterCast 431 Livestream Tonight Thursday 6:30PM With Jill Cahill, Susan Coviello, Chris McCarthy, Ralph DiGiorgio and Joey Ciaramitaro

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Poll: Would You Wear Your Patriots “Brady” Jersey Next Season? @FitzyGFY

I just got to thinking about all those people that bought Brady Patriots jerseys over the years.

Hypotehetically speaking, say you were going to a game or to a friends house to watch a Patriots game.  Do you proudly wear your Patriots Brady jersey even though he’s playing for the Bucs? Or no?

@HappyValleyMA #Cannabis Retail Grand Opening Photos

The retail facility opened Today 7/16/20 at 10:00AM

www.happyvalley.org

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GLOUCESTER
38 Great Republic Drive
Gloucester, MA 01930
Phone: 978-515-5600

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The Happy Valley Insider App is here! Download the App Now!
App features include:
-Scan a product box to learn more about
terpenes, cannabinoids and genetic lineage
-Keep track of how you felt after trying new products
-View purchase history and receipts
-Browse full menu and real time inventory
-View rewards points balance

I may or may not have a cooler and ice obsession. Here’s a test video

Is it strange that I have a ton of anxiety based around if my beverages and food is kept optimally cold?

Like I am seriously freaking out if we go to the beach and my beer isn’t ice cold, I’m angry.  I’m angry if other people aren’t doing whatever it takes to insure the beer and bottled water are super cold.

Is it strange that I feel the need to have several different types of coolers for different situations?

1)Large cooler for party situations at the house

Pros:

Large Capacity

Classy All White

Inexpensive

Cons:

Mobility/Super heavy when loaded/no wheels

Igloo 100 Quart Link To Purchase Here

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2) Need a wheeled cooler for family outings where there will be a lot of food and beverages and ice and to carry it along with all the other beach stuff is not optimal without wheels.

Pros:

  • Decent capacity
  • Wheels and telescopic handle
  • Price

Cons:

  • Overkill for more than a couple of people

Coleman 50 Quart link To Purchase Here

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3) Need a rotomolded one for when you want to insure the coldest of cold beverages and you’re not having to lug it a long way.

Ozark Trail Rotomolded 26 Qt Link To Purchase

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Pros:

  • Rotomolded coolers best for keeping beverages cold the longest.
  • Quality Construction/Materials

Cons:

  • Super heavy even without ice and cans.
  • Price
  • Low capacity for size and weight

4) Need a slim soft sided one that won’t take up a lot of room on the boat.

Ozark Trail Soft Sided Welded Seam Cooler Link To Purchase

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Pros:

Vertical Footprint takes up less space on the boat

Waterproof and leakproof

Price

Cons:

Stiff zippers that need lubricating to keep moving easily

Eric Lorden owns this one and we did an ice test to see how it fared.

Disclaimer:  Many hard core cooler freaks (like myself) will want to consider the conditions under which the test was administered.

I’ll outline what the conditions were for the test:

The cooler was not pre-chilled and the 18 pack of Coors light was dumped in the cooler from the package store cooler ten minutes after it was purchased so the beer was cold.  The ice in the two 5 lb bags we dumped in had melted a bit.  It too had been out of the package store freezer for a little over 10 minutes.

We packed the beer in at 9:00 AM covered it with the two 5 lb bags of ice and checked it first at 1:40 PM and did not open it again until 7:00 AM this morning.

Watch the video to see the results and my overall recommendation:

T Wharf

I have always loved watching the fishermen tend to their gear, head out to fish, or unload a day’s catch along the working waterfront as day trippers and locals shop, walk, and site see around them. The ebb and flow of our communities are part of what makes them remarkable.

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Cape Ann Sea Salt Is Amazing!

A new venture from James and Anna Eves recently opened to the public: Cape Ann Sea Salt!, which they describe as “artisinal finishing salt crafted with care”.  It can be ordered online here and picked up at Cape Ann Giclee 20 Maplewood Ave or shipped.  Flavors available include Pure Sea Salt, Lemon, Herbs D’Provence, Lavender, Black Pepper and Rosemary, and Rose  Wine and Hibiscus. Price varies with size.

We ordered online, finding it very simple to navigate. We picked our order up the next day (based on our schedule).  Lovely packaging. Anna recommended trying the lemon salt on a lobster roll, so we did!!! Amazing! Thanks Anna and James! Good luck on your new venture. It’s an incredible product.