It’s time to pass the roast beef crown to Jamie’s Roast Beef On Margin St In Peabody

Growing up a high schooler on the North Shore of Boston in the 80’s Nick’s Roast Beef will always hold a soft spot in my heart for late night meet ups and great three ways/pizza rolls. As a long time defender of Nick’s as the best Roast Beef around, it’s time to pass the torch to @jamiesroastbeef The murder scene I just took part in, ingesting special sandwich the “Angry Ferg” was nothing short of glorious. #theresanewsheriffintown and his name is Jamie’s Roast Beef @northshorebeefs

Free Streaming Nia, Restorative Yoga and Moving to Heal Classes via Zoom with Linda for the Week of Feb. 14th Time change for Moving to Heal: Thursdays at 1:30PM EST

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Current Nia Routine: Motown

Come join us as we revisit a routine celebrating the great music of Motown.  You will sing along and groove to the tunes like Superstition, Baby Love, and more.

Moving to Heal NEW TIME Thursdays at 1:30 PM

Moving to Heal Nia is a slower, less intensive class with less standing and more done in the chair. Great for people with injuries or conditions that make it hard to participate in a classic Nia class. Also good for people getting back into exercise. For more info on Moving to Heal, see the info and videos on my web site or click here

Restorative Yoga

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In this crazy season, treat yourself to an hour of peace, relaxation and restoration.  Lovely passive practice aimed at quieting the nervous system, mind and body.  

Find some cushions, large books, yoga blocks, blankets, whatever you…

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Behind the Scenes At The Podcast

Since we won’t be podcasting this morning, I thought some of you might like to see what it looks like behind the scenes when we take the podcast on the road. These are from recent livestreams at the Beauport, Passports and Mile Marker One. Each sight has its own setup and lighting requirements and its own personality. We had a great time at each of these and would like to especially thank Ray and Destiny (Beauport); Eric (Passports) and Patrick (Mile Marker One). And here’s how the magic happens when we are on the road:

GMGI Science Hour on 2/17 with Dr. Greg Skomal of MA Marine Fisheries

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Living with White Sharks

Please join us onThursday, February 17that 7:30pm to hear from Dr. Gregory Skomal of Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.

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White sharks have been returning to the Gulf of Maine in greater numbers in response to the regional recovery of seal populations. For more than a decade, the MA Division of Marine Fisheries and collaborators have been studying the ecology, behavior, and natural history of white sharks off the easy coast of the US using state-of-the-art tagging technology. The focus of Dr. Skomal’s current research has been to gain a better understanding of where, when, and how white sharks hunt their prey.Join Dr. Skomal as he shares this research as he and his team attempt to develop a science-based strategy for mitigating potential shark and human conflicts.Q&A to be moderated by GMGI Donald G…

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