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Shades of Gray ~ Ghostly Gloucester Harbor Fog

Coming home from work and driving along East Main Street Monday afternoon, the east side was bright and sunny while a ghostly blanket of fog shrouded the far side of the harbor. 6 more words


Community Events: Sawyer Free Library, Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team, Cape Ann Community Cinema


Rick Roth writes:

“Nice time at the Farmer’s Market on Thursday.  Great weather, great crowd.  Thanks to volunteers Colleen Anderson and John Gallagher.   474 more words


Diane Blue joins The Dave Sag's Blues Party tomorrow night @ The Rhumb Line. 8:30pm to 11:30pm 7.24.2014

This thursday, let’s welcome back the one and only Octomom of the blues: Ms. Diane Blue. A master of the harp and vocal half pipes, we’re callin’ in a special hazmat team in to deal with the proceedings. 86 more words

Wednesdays with Fly Amero ~ This week's special guest are Julie Dougherty with Woody Woodward. 8-11pm 7.23.2014

This Week:
Fresh Baked Haddock, $12.95!

Wednesday, July 23th
Special Guest: JULIE DOUGHERTY!!

Julie Dougherty has recently released her third CD, The Sweet
Unraveling.  This disc begins yet another chapter in a full and… 213 more words

While There's No Such Thing as a Bad Beach....

Yesterday, during a miraculous 30 minute session of sitting still at the beach, I fired off this short little post about Beach Pros and Cons….as I was contemplating which beach is “best” for my boys (ummm….and me). 45 more words


9 Things the World Can Learn From Gloucester

Morning, world. Thanks to the amazing journalisming of clameditor one KT Toomey on the travails of the Demoulas family and how that translates into me paying double for off-brand snack cakes down at Stop and Shop, suddenly a lot more people are aware of The Clam. 1,160 more words

speckspeck101 reblogged this on sarahpeck.com and commented:

It would be impossible to love my town of Gloucester more. "The neighborhood of clamtributor Stevens Brosnihan contains a rabbi, a restaurant owner, urban farmers, college professors, professionals who commute to Boston on the train every day, a couple of junkies and this engineer/former CIA dude who assures you he has stories he can’t tell. In town we shop together, go to the same events and beaches, there is one Middle School and one High School. There is no wrong side of the tracks, more importantly, there is no right side either."