Cape Ann has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'The Gloucester Clam' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Cape Ann had the highest popularity figure in March, 2017.

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Hot Take on Gloucester Issues by Josh Turiel

[...] year, maybe not for another cycle or so. They’re getting close. But after this election, the Cape Ann GOP will have to decide whether to just officially re-dub themselves the Cape Ann Tea Party or [...]

April 2016 Events in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County

[...] Impressionism, including colonies at Cos Cob and Old Lyme in Connecticut; Cape Cod, Cape Ann, and Rockport in Massachusetts; New Hope and Philadelphia in Pennsylvania; Taos, New [...]

Free Romance and Erotica books September 19 – 25 2015

[...] be her. For Renata by B. Robert Sharry Renata Raposo is struggling to make a new life on Cape Ann when stranger Mark Valente appears with a journal kept by his uncle, Peter Ahearn, almost [...]

Bearded and Pugnacious? A Close Examination of Gloucester’s Manhood by Adam Kuhlmann

[...] has progressed into something close to a competitive runner.  Twice I’ve completed the Cape Ann 25k—and while my first effort included a ten-minute siesta beneath the spacious blue [...]

Cape Ann Weather: Serious Business.

[...] that exposure will be greatest hands down. Why someone would want to go off on their own with Cape Ann weather of all things (not a sweary politically and socially divisive blog) is beyond me. And to [...]

No Snark Sunday: Help Saudi Arabia Grow our Vegetables

[...] in the Prince Abdullahs. So here’s the link- video by the amazing Stephanie Cornell, another Cape Ann talent allowing us to punch way over our weight creativewise. Once we get BYG out of a house and [...]

The Open Door Is Awesome, So Pay Attention.

[...] awesome straight from the awesome quarry. First of all, something like one in six residents of Cape Ann is served by the Open Door. And the people who receive services may not be who you think. Julie [...]

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