Hope to see all and please shop local.
Hope to see all and please shop local.
February 6, 2022 – about 8 AM.
A bright winter morning. Snowing. 10 degrees.
winter octopus fence with snow pile like sea foam
Snowing Long Beach – circle view
Goose down– and goose up :). Vid. clip geese dropping down to marsh behind the Long Beach cottages
Come on out to the Manchester By The Sea historical Museum opening on Sunday, October 3, 2021 from 2 – 4. Hope to see you there. Great venue
“…Then early last year, “Expedition Unknown,” a television show on the Discovery Channel, did a special on “The Secret” that set off a new frenzy of treasure hunters.
“I’ve been making travel adventure shows for 10 years, and I’ve never seen anything like the reaction to that show,” said Josh Gates, the show’s host, who is a Tufts grad and a native of Manchester-by-the-Sea. “So many people contacted me, and a lot of them were from the Boston area because it’s long been believed that one of them was hidden there.”
The Krupat children, 12-year-old Molly and 10-year-old Jack, saw the episode and called their parents into the room, knowing this would be right up their father’s alley. Jason Krupat makes his living as a puzzle and game designer. Soon, the family began making weekend trips into the city to work on what had come to be known as “the Boston verse.”
Great read. Hidden treasure, a family’s quest, and ‘The Secret’ by Billy Baker Boston Globe, here.
photos above – John Tlumacki Boston Globe “The Krupat family found buried treasure in Boston’s North End” and West Construction Corp., Halifax.
We’re looking forward to trying Cape Ann’s newest restaurant this evening and will let you know how we fare 🙂 The menu looks very enticing.
|$5.95||Chicken and Vegetable Soup|
|Field greens, cherry tomatoes, red onions, cucumber, creamy balsamic vinegar dressing|
|Romaine hearts, caesar dressing and our homemade crostini, parmigiano cheese|
|Fresh mozzarella, vine tomatoes, roasted peppers basil, extra virgin olive oil.|
|Baby spinach, roasted peppers, tomatoes and honey-roasted walnuts with a lemon dressing.|
|$14.95||Antique Table Antipasto|
|Sampling of cured meats with vegetables and cheese|
|Crispy fried Squid rings, and hot cherry peppers served in a spicy marinara sauce hot cherry peppers.|
|Sauteed with choice of garlic, olive oil and wine or marinara.|
|$16.95||Antique Table Clams|
|Sauteed with garlic, olive oil, onions, fresh tomatoes and baby spinach in a white wine sauce.|
|$13.95||Shrimp Grand Marnier|
|Egg battered shrimp, flamed with grand marnier liqueur and orange juice.|
|Home made with mushrooms, in red sauce topped with ricotta cheese.|
|Stuffed with mozzarella, Romano cheese and basil, served in a marinara sauce with crostinis.|
|Prosciutto rolled with provolone cheese, peppers & basil, drizzled with balsamic reduction.|
|Toasted bread, topped with diced tomatoes, basil, olive oil, garlic & pesto sauce.|
|Roasted garlic, tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese and basil.|
|$11.95||Antique Table Pizza|
|Red and green peppers, onions, mushrooms, grilled chicken breast and mozzarella cheese.|
|$13.95||Shrimp Scampi Pizza|
|Baby shrimp with garlic, lemon, olive oil and mozzarella cheese|
|Marinara sauce, mushrooms, prosciutto and smoked mozzarella|
|$2.95||Oven Roasted Potatoes|
|$3.95||Sauteed Spinach with Garlic and Oil|
|$3.95||Oven Roasted Seasonal Vegetables|
|$16.95||Chicken, Ziti, & Broccoli|
|Choice of garlic oil and fresh tomatoes or Alfredo sauce|
|Sauteed chicken, bell peppers, onions, garlic and tomatoes in a pink vodka sauce.|
|Our homemade Ravioli served with marinara sauce.|
|Lobster filled ravioli in our delicious lobster cream sauce.|
|Potato gnocchi sauteed with garlic, fresh tomatoes, basil, olive oil & romano cheese.|
|Our delicious hearty meat sauce ,tossed with your choice of pasta|
|Hand Rolled with wild mushrooms & Alfredo or baked with marinara, mozzarella cheese & basil.|
|Breaded, baked with marinara sauce, basil and mozzarella cheese served with pasta.|
|Chicken or Veal cutlet, with roasted peppers and baby spinach in Alfredo sauce. Served with pasta.|
|Pan seared with mushrooms in a marsala wine sauce. Served with pasta.|
|$16.95||Chicken or Veal Saltimbocca|
|Baked in Alfredo sauce, topped with prosciutto, provolone & romano cheese served with pasta.|
|$16.95||Chicken or Veal Francese with Pasta|
|sauteed egg battered chicken breast with artichoke hearts & fresh tomatoes in lemon & white wine sauce.|
|Sweet Italian sausage ragu, sauteed with garlic and broccoli rabe in a light tomato sauce.|
|Prosciutto, onions and romano cheese in an Alfredo sauce.|
|Garlic, olive oil, anchovies, capers, olives and basil in a marinara sauce.|
|$18.95||Antique Table Fettucini|
|Sauteed with shrimp and spinach in an Alfredo sauce.|
|$18.95||Linguini Shrimp Fra Diavolo|
|Pan seared shrimp with garlic and basil in a spicy marinara sauce.|
|With your choice of garlic, olive oil and wine sauce or marinara sauce.|
|Topped with prosciutto and fontina cheese, stuffed with spinach, & roasted peppers over roasted vegetables & potatoes in a tarragon and truffle oil cream sauce|
|Pan seared with capers and lemon in a white wine sauce, served with pasta.|
|$23.95||Di Mare- with choice of Risotto or pasta|
|Clams, mussels, calamari, scallops & shrimp sauteed with garlic. Choice of red sauce or garlic white wine.|
|Pan seared and topped with tomato and caper sauce, served with roasted vegetables|
|$18.95||* Fried Haddock|
|Rolled in pecarino cheese and served with our homemade tartar sauce and roasted potatoes.|
|$18.95||*Antique Table Haddock|
|Panko crusted and pan seared haddock served over risotto in a lemon caper, butter and white wine sauce.|
|French cut and stuffed with bacon, figs and gouda cheese, served in a creamy port wine with mushrooms & roasted potatoes|
|* served with a side salad|
Antique Table tratorria opening soon in downtown Manchester on 7 Central Street where the restaurant 7 Central had been for decades. Established in 2008, additional Antique Table locations include Lynn, Winthrop and Salem. Dinner menu here and lunch menu here
Manchester by the Sea Public Library summer schedule offers recurring Monday, Wednesday and Thursday programs interspersed with special library events on site and at Singing Beach. Notices on display at Essen
Scenes from Manchester last week © Beth Welin, Director of Manchester Historical Museum
Librarian, Carol Bender, Head of Youth Services, Manchester Public Library, reading Where in the World is Catherine Abigail by Michael LaPenna and illustrated by Leslie Galacar. The children from Magic Years were visiting Once Upon a Contest at Manchester Historical Museum.
They met special guest artist Leslie Galacar.
Tomorrow is the last day to catch the travel exhibition Once Upon a contest in Manchester. Explore fantastic new children’s books by local authors and artists at the lovely Manchester Historical Museum. Friday will also be the last chance to catch Leslie Galacar’s temporary work consisting of a series of intricate illustrations that progress from the entry to the main gallery. Can you find this one on site?
The exhibition changes with each installation as each locale and architecture is unique and special- as are the programs and public art component. The reading and art exhibit is coming to Essex next, opening on May 4th at TOHP Burnham Library.
Today’s program Seaside Saturdays: Cape Ann Reads Book Fun was enjoyed by all ages and featured the Once Upon a Contest group exhibition, stories and special guest artist, Juni VanDyke, who illustrated the If I Were series by James McKenna. Seaside Saturdays is a joint offering by Early Childhood Partners/CFCE, Manchester Public Library & Manchester Historical Museum. Once Upon a Contest Selections from Cape Ann Reads by the four libraries of Cape Ann is on display at Manchester Historical Museum through April 26th. In addition to the new and original books by local artists and writers, don’t miss Leslie Galacar’s four part public art sequence made just for this venue.
Bustle of arriving, exploring (nifty new museum display!), visting, settling, and seat selecting
Busy, busy- Children chose drawings VanDyke created especially for this event and set to work collaging.
Eben Jordan II was born in boston on Nov. 7, 1857, the son of Eben Dyer Jordan and Julia M. (Clark) Jordan. Jr. founded the Boston Opera House, was president of the New England Conservatory of Music, and director of the Royal Opera in London and the Metropolitan Opera.
information and visuals from Beth Welin, Director of Manchester Historical Museum:
Anthony Sammarco lecture Jordan Marsh: New England’s Largest Store presented by Manchester Historical Museum at First Parish Chapel (across from the museum) on April 16th. Stop by Manchester Historical Museum to see Once Upon a Contest and head over for refreshements and a great talk!
These photos are mostly installation views BEFORE the lovely reception for Once Upon a Contest at the Manchester Historical Museum. The show continues through April 26th. There was quite a turn out on that gorgeous sunny Saturday so I fell off duty taking photographs during the party. The Editor of the Manchester Cricket was on site; I will add a link to any story/photos. Please visit the beautiful exhibition, read the books explore the museum and library, and discover Leslie Galacar’s temporary public art installation created just for this site.
photo: Beth Welin Director of the Manchester Historical Museum and Sara Collins Director of the Manchester Public Library
Here’s the link: “Exhibit Explores Connection between art, literacy” Gloucester Daily Times by Gail McCarthy
The Manchester Historical Museum opens the first major solo museum exhibit of Manchester based artist, Marion Hall, October 5th, 2018 with an artist’s reception from 6:30-8:30PM. The show features recent watercolors and will be on view through November 10. The museum is located at 10 Union Street, within the historic Trask House (1823), Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts.
About the artist and scenes from the artist’s studio Continue reading “First solo museum exhibition for artist Marion Hall opens October 5th, 2018 Manchester Historical Museum”