Free Streaming Nia and Restorative Yoga Classes via Zoom with Linda for the Week of Feb. 15th Nia Routine-Disney Songs . Restorative Yoga This week Wed. 5 PM only-No Monday Class

Cape Ann Wellness

Hot off the press, Disney Songs! I had a lot of fun finding new versions of most of these well known tunes. A few are the originals but most are new takes. I wanted to focus the routine on the hands and feet as these are the parts of the body we take the most for granted, until they are painful.

So join us and we’ll have fun singing and dancing to Disney Songs. Here’s a sneak preview of one of my favorite finds, an a cappella version of“I Wanna Be Like You”from the Jungle Book sung by DCappella.

For Restorative Yoga, find some cushions, large books, yoga blocks, blankets, whatever you can use instead of bolsters and blocks. We make it work. For more information on Restorative yoga, check out my site, niawithlinda.com. It is a lovely passive practice that gives the participant relaxation and calm. Who…

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GloucesterCast 468 with Pamela Hadden Tomlin, Scottie Mac, Nichole Schrafft, Paul Horovitz, Ralph DiGiorgio, Pat and Jim Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 2/14/21

 

GloucesterCast 468 with Pamela Hadden Tomlin, Scottie Mac, Nichole Schrafft, Paul Horovitz, Ralph DiGiorgio, Pat and Jim Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 2/14/21

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We Will Be Live Streaming From Beauport Burger Night Monday Night!

Some Kind Of Heaven- Produced By Lindsay Crouse!

Amazon Music added the Gloucestercast as a featured podcast!

Valentine’s Day plans and stories to share? What’s your go-to romantic gesture?

Restaurant lighting and teeny tiny font (Scottie)

Do not courtesy flush after pooping in an airplane toilet….near death experience (Chris)

Cleaning hibachi grill before diners finished (Nichole)

Cape Ann Chamber Irish Sweepstakes tickets sold out but you can still get 50/50 raffle tickets. Event to be held online March 18 

Shout out to Tally’s for helping to get the Annisquam stagecoach to the transport truck taking it to South Dakota for preservation work.  And they refused any payment.

Super Bowl streaker didn’t get his money from the bet he placed:

According to Front Office Sports’ A.J. Perez, Andrade placed a $50,000 bet with Bovada, an offshore sports book, on a prop bet that someone would get on the field during the game.

Perez added that Bovada had a $1,000 betting limit placed on the prop bet, and Andrade later said that he told some friends about what he was planning to do and recommend that they submit a wager.

With the odds being +750, Andrade was slated to win $375,000 for his stunt. However, Bovada says that it would investigate each wager and void any of the streaker bets made by Andrade or any other person involved with the stunt, meaning the sports book would not pay the money.

Perez said one person who placed an $800 bet and won $6,000 was told he would not receive the money, and his Bovada account was closed.

 

Read “Super Bowl streaker can’t collect $375,000 from bet he made on his own stunt” From Chris Franklin At NJ Advance Media

By Chris Franklin | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

“The streaker who interrupted Super Bowl LV on Sunday by flashing across the field may see another interruption in his future that will impact his bank account.

With 5:03 left in the fourth quarter and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers leading the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9, the streaker, Yuri Andrade, got onto the field and began running around, trying to elude stadium security and staff in the process.

MassLive.com reports Andrade was arrested for misdemeanor trespassing and released on a $500 bond.

According to Front Office Sports’ A.J. Perez, Andrade placed a $50,000 bet with Bovada, an offshore sports book, on a prop bet that someone would get on the field during the game.

Perez added that Bovada had a $1,000 betting limit placed on the prop bet, and Andrade later said that he told some friends about what he was planning to do and recommend that they submit a wager.

With the odds being +750, Andrade was slated to win $375,000 for his stunt. However, Bovada says that it would investigate each wager and void any of the streaker bets made by Andrade or any other person involved with the stunt, meaning the sports book would not pay the money.

Perez said one person who placed an $800 bet and won $6,000 was told he would not receive the money, and his Bovada account was closed.