This space was formerly occupied by Jazzy Joe’s.
Norman and Wallace are master scallop shuckers who showed off their skills to an appreciative crowd at the Lunenburg Waterfront Seafood Festival.
Photo Courtesy a friend of GMG.
This is the storefront formerly occupied by Jazzy Joe’s. Now Jalepeno’s addition into that space is nearly complete.
After chowing down crabcakes benedict at Sugar Mags yesterday morning I strolled through Main Street Art and Antiques. I like rolling through there if for no other reason than to listen to the Sinatra vinyl they are spinning in the back part of the store.
I spied this bad ass mirror sitting there waiting for the taking. It’s a beauty.
I really like this picture from Katherine Richmond. The light and shadows make for a great shot. I don’t know if it was intentional or not but in either case I dig it.
When the Gloucester Rower’s went up to Lunenburg for the Dory Races they went to Van Fancy’s Oar Making Shop. Here are a couple of examples of oars in various stages of finishing.
By the way, as a note to the folks that send in material for me as guest contributors- It’s much appreciated. Thank you
Kate Seidman at The Art Room on Center Street has a few of Ruth Mordecai’s works at her shop. Kate has been helping Erik Lorden at Passports get some great Art on the walls at his restaurant too. I’ll be featuring a bunch of things from Kate’s Art Room throughout the week.