I first met Tom Burns in 1979. I just blown into town from Minnesota having dropped out of high school I was looking for work and I knew Gloucester‘s waterfront was vibrant back then and there were many jobs to be had. My first job was working at Gloster shrimp Co. down on the fish … Continue reading Dave Goetemann Remembers Tommy Burns →
Hello from England! We found this lobster trap tag washed up in Cornwall, UK a few days ago and wondered whether it might have once belonged to lobsterman Tom Burns of the boat Arethusa? Not sure if it’s the same person or not but it would be wonderful to find out! With very best wishes … Continue reading Lobster trap tag washed up in Cornwall, UK that was attached to a trap in Gloucester MA harbor that belonged to our lobsterman Tommy Burns, skipper of the F/V Arethusa →
I first met Tommy when I was 18 years old, I’m walking the streets or East Gloucester and in need of a job . A brand spanking new pick up truck pulled over And a crazy looking character said hey kid you look like good backman material, are you looking for a work? As it … Continue reading Dave Goeteman Remembers Tommy Burns →
The big crowd for the Sunday Cape Ann Big Band St Peter Fiesta show was treated to glorious live music, strong solos and Kate Barry’s voice soaring Fiesta high. The Fiesta 50/50 raffle was at $1890 at Strike up the band time and climbed throughout the set. Zach solo irresistible plein air dance floor Members … Continue reading St. Peter’s Fiesta | irresistible Cape Ann Big Band with Kate Barry →
Robert Walsh, Artistic Director Jeff Zinn, Managing Director SAM SHEPARD’S MODERN AMERICAN CLASSIC TRUE WEST OPENS AT GLOUCESTER STAGE Gloucester Stage Company continues its 39th season of professional theater with Sam Shepard’s modern American classic, True West from August 17 through September 8 at Gloucester Stage Company, 267 East Main Street, … Continue reading GLOUCESTER STAGE PRESENTS SAM SHEPARD’S “TRUE WEST!” →
From YouTube User EKAJ13 We taped this interview two days ago and I posted it last night. I have no idea how you could turn this around in a full animation in less than 24 hours.
Thanks, to everyone who came out to support Gloucester’s UU Church Meetinghouse Restoration last Saturday — and especially to 3rian King, Chelsea Berry, Renee Dupuis, Joe Cardoza, Brendan Burns, Meff & Dennis Monagle, who delivered a stellar performance that had the crowd swaying and singing to “All You Need Is Love!” Next Saturday we change … Continue reading More music to benefit Gloucester’s UU Church Meetinghouse →
UUSR Photography Exhibit As part of its ongoing program of original art exhibits, The Unitarian Universalist Society of Rockport is proud to present the work of photographer Robert William Streeter during the month of March. Robert has worked as an advertising and industrial photographer for more than thirty years, primarily in England, but now her … Continue reading Community Stuff 3/6/14 →
sean with a scup last fall . sean and tom burns @ capt. joes . setting gear, spring 2012
Tuffy Writes- old salt —— tom burns — @ capt. joes , spring – 2012 telling me to go east , while he’s headin’ west . lied to me again !!! the real mcoy !!
Molly writes- Hey! It’s manual focus, shutter speed 1/13, aperture 4.5, manual iso (400) and there are 335 frames included! I think I had the interval between shots at 5 seconds. Each image is a full-size jpeg, (which I don’t think was actually necessary, especially not for the web!) and I used final cut express … Continue reading Molly Ferrill Shares Her Timelapse Video Settings and Another Video Lobstering Aboard The Arethusa →
Bradlely Royds with Walter Peckham at the first Harbor Loop Concert Series 2012 ~ “The 2012 Harbor Loop Concert Series finale on Thursday, August 30th will be an exciting night for the City of Gloucester’s music fans!” says event coordinator Bradley Royds. “We are going to pair up some of the North Shore’s finest talent … Continue reading “The 2012 Harbor Loop Concert Series finale on Thursday, August 30th will be an exciting night for the City of Gloucester’s music fans!” →