Cape Ann Weather has 4-6 Inches, @Peter lovasco Has Areas of 8+ Inches

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8tSpmonsgloiredt  · [340p – 2/18/21] While there may be a period of light snow early this evening, the ‘main area’ of light snow arrives after midnight. “Steadiest snow” will be during tomorrow afternoon. Very difficult for this pace of snow to cover the roads this time of year. Hence, driving should not be a major issue tomorrow on main roads.* This is one of those snowfalls where you do several measurements during the day tomorrow (And clean off the surface each time!) to get an accurate number. Not that it’s a lot of snow but because of the loss from solar radiation and higher sun angle during the day.

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·NowCasting for long duration light to moderate snow event. Two main periods, later this evening and again Later Friday. Main concern is OES > ocean effect snow bandings. In red could see higher and heavier amounts , both Northshore & Southshore… just a possibility.

A visit to Marshalls Farm Stand

Went over to Marshalls Farm Stand on Wednesday to take a look at the new metal Alpaca made by the talented artist Chris Francis.  I love visiting my friends the alpacas when over there.  These gentle animals are fun and so cute.  Also do not forget the goats, Ben and Jerry.


Chef Sang Lee’s Omakase fish line up for this week. You can order online

A Part of the Omakase fish line up for this week. You can order online

Savour Wine & Cheese

76 Prospect Street Gloucester, MA 01930

Business schedule : Thursday ~ Sunday

Business hours : 5pm ~ 8pm

Payment : Cash or Venmo (sushisanglee)

Weekly Menu

Thursday 2/18/21 to Sunday 2/21/21

Omakase (Chef’s choice) $65

9pc of top grade local and Japanese fish prepared Edomae style Nigiri sushi with a Negi Maguro maki + Oyster shooter + Ankimo (Monkfish liver)

  • This week’s fish (from left to right): BotanEbi (spotted prawn), Sea Bass, Ocean Trout, Kanpachi (amberjack), Akami Zuke (marinated lean bluefin tuna), Chu-turo (medium fatty bluefin tuna), Sawara (spanish mackerel), Isaki (grunt fish), Hotate (local live scallop)
  • SASHIMI Omakase available with the same price. Comes with sushi rice
  • Substitute Uni for an extra $5

Maki (Roll)

Futo maki$10

Tamago, cucumber, avocado, kanpyo (gourd), oshinko (pickled daikon), ocean trout, watercress, oboro (dried fish flakes), shiso (Japanese mint), scallion, sesame

Negi Maguro maki$12

Bluefin Tuna, scallion, oshinko

Negi Toro maki$25

Bluefin Tuna belly, scallion, oshinko

Ocean Trout maki$10

Ocean Trout, shiso, avocado, watercress, oshinko, sesame

Shime Saba Isobe Maki$15

Cured local mackerel, pickled ginger, scallion, shiso, sesame, wasabi

Vegetable maki$7

Same ingredients as Futo maki w/o tamago and Ocean Trout

A la carte (Price per piece)

Oyster shooter$4

Duxbury Oyster, ponzu, radish, pickled jicama, shiso

Uni $8

Chu-Toro $8

Medium fatty Bluefin Tuna

O-toro $10

Extra fatty Bluefin tuna belly

Aburi Kama-Toro $12

Seared Bluefin tuna collar

White Sturgeon Caviar $15

*If you have any dietary restrictions, please note on order form

Payment via cash or Venmo

Venmo ID : sushisanglee

Contact Information

Phone : (781)698-9907

Instagram : @sushisanglee

Facebook : Sushi Sang Lee

Email :

Gloucester Appears in National Geographic Article

I came across this interesting article in the Travel/News section of National Geographic online. I had not heard a potential explanation for the gorgeous light we always seem to enjoy here, so thanks Oliver Barker for the insight! Click here for link. You may have to supply an email address to read whole article online.

Tuesday Lunch and Podcast at Mom’s Kitchen

When we get called to podcast, off we go. Last Tuesday we live-streamed from Mom’s Kitchen on Commercial Street. Cozy setting, varied menu, friendly service are hallmarks for Mom’s. I hope you saw us there! I just had to share a few pics of my yummy BLT and surroundings. Such a gem right here in Gloucester!

Feb 18 TODAY AT 7:30 PM EST – 8 PM EST Songwriting Sessions with Alexandra Grace Free · Facebook Live

Online with Facebook Live
Today at 7:30 PM EST – 8 PM EST
Price: Free · Duration: 30 min
Public Anyone on or off Facebook
Hi folks! Come hang out with me while I play some originals & songs by my favourite songwriters. I miss you all and I can’t wait to see you at in-person gigs again when it’s safe. ❤

@FishermenGHS Live Streaming Schedule for Today!

Reminder: today’s girls hockey game is an “away” game, only approved Marblehead spectators permitted. Girls Varsity Ice Hockey vs @MHSMagicians_AD will be live streamed on: Cape Ann Live! Facebook page…

Girls Varsity hoops season finale vs @SaugusSachemsAD will be live streamed on: GHS Fishermen Athletics Facebook page…

Cape Ann Motor Inn

We love quick “stay cations” at the Cape Ann Motor Inn and it’s perfect beachfront location at the end of Long Beach. Walking by the other day made me miss summer more. Looking forward to booking a quick trip as soon as beach weather is upon us…. although it is beautiful any time of year.

A Ride to Ipswich River Craft

We took a ride to Ipswich River Craft to take a peek behind the curtain, which Pamela was happy to provide. It’s pretty fascinating to see nautical signs at all steps in the creation process. We ordered our own car magnets and will await their arrival! Thanks, Pamela for the gracious tour. Check out the website for additional pictures and ideas.

Antarctica: Lessons from the Bottom of the World presented by the Sawyer Free Library on Saturday, 2/20 at 2pm

Cape Ann Community

Join environmental attorney, diver and photographer Michael Carvalho, for a Live Zoom presentation about his arctic exhibition to Antarctica in 2018, “Antarctica: Lessons From the Bottom of the World,” on Saturday, February 20 from 2 to 4:00 p.m. Registration is required in order to receive the Zoom link. Register here. 

Illustrated by his breathtaking photography he will discuss the developments in Antarctica, the rising sea levels and its impact locally. According to experts, temperatures in the Antarctic region are rising due to “heat-trapping gas pollution,” which has serious global consequences. Gloucester, like all coastal regions, is vulnerable to increasingly extreme weather.

Since obtaining his open water scuba certification in 1978 in Rockport, Carvalho has completed more than 2,500 dives on six continents.

Carvalho is the former chairman of the board of directors for the National Council for Science and the Environment. In 2019, he represented the United Nations Environment Program for…

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