GloucesterCast 489: With Over The Bridge, Chris McCarthy, Scottie Mac and Joey C Taped 4/1/21
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*Menu will be updated on Wednesdays
**Limited availability: 24 Omakase orders per night
Savour Wine & Cheese
76 Prospect Street Gloucester, MA 01930
Business schedule : Thursday ~ Sunday
Business hours : 5pm ~ 8pm
Payment : Cash or Venmo (sushisanglee)
Thursday 4/1/21 to Saturday 4/3/21
*Closed on Sunday, 4/4
Omakase (Chef’s choice) $65
10pc of top grade local and Japanese fish prepared Edomae style Nigiri sushi with Oyster shooter and Ankimo(monkfish liver) with Narazuke(Traditional
- SASHIMI Omakase available with the same price. Comes with sushi rice
- Fresh Wasabi from Shizuoka, Japan(12g) $10
* Fresh wasabi will be used in your sushi and the rest will be served in a separate container.
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
Same ingredients as Futo maki w/o tamago and Ocean Trout
A la carte (Price per piece)
Duxbury Oyster, ponzu, radish, pickled jicama, shiso
Live Uni from Santa Barbra
Medium fatty Bluefin Tuna
Tachiuo(Belt fish) with Karasumi(cured Japanese mullet roe) and chives
*If you have any dietary restrictions, please note on order form
Payment via cash or Venmo
Venmo ID : sushisanglee
Phone : (978)381-3818
Instagram : @sushisanglee
Facebook : Sushi Sang Lee
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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On a cold and windy day the lighthouse looks so pretty with the blue ocean.
On Saturday come by and some great gifts for Easter small Easter Basket to great gifts and treasures.
21 C Lexington Avenue, Magnolia, Gloucester, MA
Rocky Neck Art Colony virtual exhibits are open. Don’t miss Part 2 of the annual members show, curated by Meredith Anderson.
Stop/Look #2 is part of the 6th annual Rocky Neck Now members show from the Rocky Neck Art Colony (RNAC). Reflecting the lives of RNAC artists over the last year, Stop/Look is online only (www.RNACExhibitions.com), but it’s so big in spirit it’s actually two shows.
Rocky Neck Art Colony members made sure the year of Covid was a year of artistic achievement. Meredith Anderson, Gloucester-based graphic designer and artist, designed the show. Anderson organized the show into categories, much as she did with the Stop/Look #1 show.
Stop/Look #2 features the work of 39 artists. There is a wide variety of work, including Abstract (Save the Animals, by Terry Del Percio-Piemonte, and Homage to Diebenkorn No 17, by Otto Laske), Sculpture & Craft (Sheltering in Partners, by Jenny Rangan), and, finally, Into Nature (Backshore Alley, by Nancy LeGendre; Fall Foliage, by Raymond Magnan, and Winter Wind by Rebecca Nagle. Materials are as varied as the artwork, from oil painting to ink jet photography, watercolor to digital, ceramic to mixed media.
Artists in Rocky Neck Now: Stop/Look #2
Jerry Ackerman—Autumn Leaves
Miranda Aisling–Knitted in Blue & Yellow
Kathleen Gerdon Archer—Core, Mantle Crust #3
Katherine Bagley—Water Casting necklace/earrings
John Bassett—Blues Dancer#2
Ted Bidwell—Maine Sunset at Covid
Elizabeth Bish—Cold Moon
Janice Brand—Three Pots
Donna Caseldon—Awry #5
Matt Cegelis—Flying in a Blue Dream
Yhanna Coffin—Releasing the Seed for the Generation
Anne Marie Crotty—Crevices
Marci Davis—Where Friends Meet
Terry Del Percio-Piemonte—Save the Animals
Liz Sibley Fletcher–Refuge Within
Elizabeth Gauthier–It’s Never to Late
Nina Goodick—Message to Covid-19
Olga Hayes—Marsh Glow
Christine Molitor Johnson–Majestic Seas
Nils Johnson—Cattail Cotton
Otto Laske—Homage to Diebenkorn no. 17
Nancy LeGendre—Backshore Alley
Raymond Magnan—Fall Foliage
Carmela Martin—Courage for the Journey
Kat Masella—Mother and Infant no.2
Dawn McDonald–Bass Rocks
Vanessa Michalak—Our Field
Ruth Mordecai—The Sign 1
Eileen Mueller—Banyan Tree
Rebecca Nagle–Winter Wind
Jenny Rangan—Sheltering in Partners
Judy Robinson-Cox—Secret of the Forest
Lyla Roth—Tuna Tail
Lynne Sausele—Hold On
Sallie Strand—Guarding my Sanity
Rokhaya Waring–Under the Apple Trees
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck is currently closed due to the Covid epidemic. For information about all virtual events and programs at Rocky Neck Art Colony, visit the website at www.rockyneckartcolony.org, email email@example.com or call 978 515-7004.
Join Us For The Live Stream Of GloucesterCast 489 Live From Bonefish Harry’s At 7PM Thursday April 1, 2021 http://www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester
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It’s Opening Day! Alex Cora is back at the helm, we are looking at a full season of baseball, a hopeful post season, and fans are back in the seats….well, at least some of the seats.
Last year’s Opening Day took place on July 24th….so beginning the season on April 1st is already good start. We also kicked off last season playing the Orioles..as we will today. Let’s hope that is the last of the similarities.
I, for one, can’t wait to get back to Fenway Park!
Turn on the lights!
We stood to watch the fog roll around the harbor one day recently and got all these pictures within an hour or so! Quickly changing conditions but the boats are still at work like the Allison-Carol, USCG, Orion, Karoline Marie, and Nicole Jean.
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About Us: Backyard Growers (BYG) is a grassroots community-based organization in Gloucester, MA. We are a small but mighty group of committed people who love what we do, and have fun while we work hard. Our mission is to cultivate healthy, connected, environmentally sustainable communities and to fight for food justice by teaching people how to grow their own food. BYG provides resources and support to establish vegetable gardens at homes, housing communities, organizations, and schools, and offers learning opportunities in growing and preparing fresh produce.
We serve public school children and low- to moderate-income residents in Gloucester, and share our program models regionally through a consulting practice to increase our impact. Our goals are to increase access to healthy, affordable foods, mobilize attitude and behavior changes around healthy food choices, reactivate neglected urban spaces through food production, and build community and support self-sufficiency within diverse populations. We believe that…
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