Fishtown Local #50 with Gordon Baird

February 15, 2019

Gordo rubs elbows with The Donald.....  2/15/19   RT 28:16

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Cape Ann Report - Teen Vaping

February 15, 2019

Maureen Aylward talks with Amy Epstein, Regional Prevention Dir. City of Gloucester, Vanessa Faye, Gloucester High School Student, and James Cook, Principal of Gloucester High School about teen vaping. They talk about the issues around vaping including peer pressure, marketing, addiction, and treatment / solutions.

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Cape Ann Report - Gloucester City Charter Review

February 6, 2019

Maureen Aylward talks with Ruth Pino, Chair of 21st Century Gloucester, Meredith Fine, Treasurer at 21st Century Gloucester, and Joanne Senos, City Clerk, City of Gloucester about the Gloucester Charter and the review process

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Gloucester Historical Commission Podcast - 006 - Historic Houses

January 23, 2019

A new podcast series from the Gloucester Historical Commission with topics relating to the history of Gloucester.  Hosted by Mary Ellen Lepionka and features other members of the Gloucester Historical Commission.  This episode features information about historic houses on Cape Ann and how to preserve them. Guests: Bill Remson and Pru Fish. 

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What’s In A Name: Tragabigzanda

January 18, 2019

"What's in a Name?" is a new original series from 1623 Studios in partnership with the Gloucester Historical Commission. On this episode, Mary Ellen Lepionka talks about Captain John Smith's naming of Cape Ann. Mary Ellen is an independent scholar researching the history of Cape Ann from the last Ice Age to around 1750 for a book on the subject and is a trustee of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society and co-chair of the Gloucester Historical Commission. Visit her website at www.capeannhistory.org.

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What’s In A Name - More Algonquian Place Names

January 18, 2019

"What's in a Name?" is a new original series from 1623 Studios in partnership with the Gloucester Historical Commission. On this episode, Mary Ellen Lepionka explains the history behind place names on Cape Ann and their Algonquian roots. Mary Ellen is an independent scholar researching the history of Cape Ann from the last Ice Age to around 1750 for a book on the subject and is a trustee of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society and co-chair of the Gloucester Historical Commission. Visit her website at www.capeannhistory.org.

http://gloucester-ma.gov/index.aspx?NID=109

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Unleash The Power of Age - Episode 13 - Tai Chi Easy

January 16, 2019

Host Jennifer-Lee Levtiz, talks with Carla Mattioli, Certified Tai Chi Easy instructor about the Rose Baker Senior Center and the Tai Chi Easy classes available. They also talk about Tai Chi and the health benefits.

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Appreciative Recovery - Episode 7 - Jodi Knox

January 14, 2019

Kelly Knox hosts Appreciative Recovery, a show that explores Curiosity, Self-Compassion and Connection.  On this episode Kelly talks with Jodi Knox, MS, LMT, E-RYT-200.  They talk about Yoga and the surprising benefits! They talk about yoga in terms of self-compassion, and curiosity and reflection.

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SeniorCare presents Living Wisely ~ Aging Well - Episode 19

January 14, 2019

Tracy Arabian, Marketing Officer and Host, talks with Diane Gordon, Mixed Population Services Coordinator, about the Real I.D.  They talk about what the Real ID is, how to get required information, the deadline to have a Real ID, and resources where you can get the information about the Real ID. More information can be found on SeniorCare's website: www.seniorcareinc.org

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What’s In A Name - Wingaersheek

January 14, 2019

"What's in a Name?" is a new original series from 1623 Studios in partnership with the Gloucester Historical Commission. On this episode, Mary Ellen Lepionka explains the history of how Wingersheek got it's name. Mary Ellen is an independent scholar researching the history of Cape Ann from the last Ice Age to around 1750 for a book on the subject and is a trustee of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society and co-chair of the Gloucester Historical Commission. Visit her website at www.capeannhistory.org.

http://gloucester-ma.gov/index.aspx?NID=109

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