I got up for work at 3:15AM and my phone battery hasn’t even been touched. the battery case isused first and then it pulls from teh phone. It feels great, ioffers great protection and gets you through a couple days of heavy use without having any battery drainage anxiety.
Here’s the link to purchase: https://amzn.to/2YIsmE1
Here’s a screenshot of my usage at 12:30PM after 9 hours of usage.
Sharing news from the Cape Ann Chamber Facebook page: The Sale By the Sea celebrating and supporting local businesses in Manchester by the Sea has been changed to Sunday, August 30th due to the anticipated forecast of rain on Saturday. Come down and support the local restaurants and shops and enjoy beautiful Manchester by the Sea.
My wife and I had a great dinner at Lobsta land last night. I started out with their newest drink, Devil’s Storm. We split the coconut shrimp appetizer. I had the steak tips for my entree, YUM. Everything was outstanding. The service by Sam and Christina was first class as well. You will also love the renovations they did. This is defiantly GMG approved.
I’ll be broadcasting the show on my page, so tune in for the FUNKY STUFF!!
If you feel like dropping a couple bucks in the virtual tip jar, I’ll have links up for Venmo & PayPal. Thank you, and hope to see you tonight!!
Pat Dalpiaz On The Camera:
Exhibit news from Jane Deering Gallery:
Jane Deering Gallery presents two new exhibitions! Opening Saturday September 5th is Ephemerata | a timeline of creation, a timeline of change. Works by Cape Ann artist Deborah Brown explore the shared juxtaposition of intent and materials. Brown studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and exhibits nationally. This exhibition will be at 19 Pleasant Street in downtown Gloucester, adjacent to the Cape Ann Museum. Hours: Saturday & Sunday 1:00-3:00. Works can be viewed at janedeeringgallery.com
Also on view from Friday September 4th in the SHED @ 18 Arlington Street, Annisquam is Late Summer Selection | New Painting by Adin Murray. Murray continues his superb Horizon series, serene and luscious oils on canvas. Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 12noon-3:00pm. And always by appointment at either location. 917-902-4359. Works can be viewed at janedeeringgallery.com
LAST CHANCE – Art show closing soon Gloucester, Cape Ann | Of Time and Place at Jane Deering Gallery space on Pleasant Street Gloucester, Mass
Group show features work by Tom Fels, CH Golder, Michael Porter, Adin Murray, Shaun McNiff, Chris Pullman, Esther Pullman, Emily Speed, SEG pottery
Paintings by Adin Murray are also featured at Jane Deering Gallery Annisquam space, SHED
We stopped by Cape Ann Lanes on Gloucester Ave recently and spoke with Caitlin Pszenny about the opening of their outdoor deck. It’s a nice little spot where you can safely have a bite to eat while maybe wetting your whistle with their own brew! She and husband Nic are expecting to be able to offer their own brew this weekend at the newly named Laneside Pub & Brewery! It looks like a fantastic addition to Gloucester and we wish them well. There’s a new menu as well as new seating options. They are doing a wonderful job with Cape Ann Lanes and we will be planning to stop by Laneside Pub very soon! More information about their hours and protocols here.
Captain Pete and Trapper jawing away before they hop on their boats to go lobstering.
On Tuesday, September 22, 2020 from 7-8pm David Abel, Pulitzer-prize winning Boston Globe reporter, will interview Bill McKibben, environmental advocate, author and founder of 350.org, about lessons learned and future solutions concerning the climate crisis in our local community and beyond.
The event is free and open to all. It is taking place remotely and will be available to the public online with Facebook Live. https://www.facebook.com/events/303825287628799/
A Conveesation with Bill McKibben is being presented by the Sawyer Free Library as a part The Civic Hub in partnership with Backyard Growers, Gloucester Education Fund, Manship Artist Residency + Studios, Maritime Gloucester, Ocean Alliance, and TownGreen 2025.
For more information about the event visit: sawyerfreelibrary.org or call 978-325-5500.