The day my husband and I bought our house, the real estate agent gave us a loose-leaf binder with copies of maps and deeds dating back to 1735, when a fisherman named Joseph Brown built the Cape Ann Cottage. We’d hoped to find a roomy, if neglected, Victorian that, with our efforts, might one day resemble one of the Gloucester houses celebrated by Edward Hopper. ” That’s how our agent described the tiny gambrel-roofed cottage.
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What does it mean to acquire a building with an historic marker posted on its clapboards?
We share our house with the presences of, among other owners, [John S.] Rogers, [Joseph] Brown, and Zachariah Dalton, 'a free black man and native of Gloucester,' and his son, Thomas.
‘s movie “Pregnancy Pact” premieres tonight with a storyline ripped right from the Gloucester, Massachusetts headlines.
The storyline involves a gaggle (about 18) teenage girls making a pact to get pregnant in high school.
Back in 2008 Gloucester High School in Massachusetts had a similar number of young girls (17) get knocked up, about 4 times higher than the year before and the circumstances around the situation were pretty suspicious.
For one thing, they were all lining up at the nurse’s office to see if they were pregnant, and celebrating when they were. One girl was allegedly so desperate to fit in with the crowd, she got impregnated by an twenty-something homeless dude.
TIME was the first to break this oddball story, and everyone rushed to blame the movie ) that help teens and adults understand more about teen pregnancy, and hopefully help convince some kids to abstain or at least slip on a condom.
These show also help teens and young adults who already have children feel that they’re not alone. I doubt movie, but it does have Thora Birch as an investigative teen blogger who makes a mission of discovering the truth behind the pact.
The principal and superintendent of Gloucester High rushed to publicly deny any knowledge of a pregnancy pact, even after talking candidly to TIME about the strange girls’ strange behavior.
Around that time the director of the Gloucester High Health Clinic, Dr.
Brian Orr, stepped down over a controversy about handing out condoms to teenagers. Orr wanted to provide birth control solutions to teenagers and educate them realistically about sex.