Author Archives: Paul F Frontiero Jr

That was one Hell of a Party Last Night!

Where am I again?

Happy 4th! 2016

Paul’s Bench July 4th weekend


“It’s a great honor,” said Fedyor. “To save a life. You saved many.”
Leigh Bardugo, Shadow and Bone

This is a “Horrible” Post!

Gloucester Horrible’s Parade 2012 and 2010

The Late Paul Frontiero Paintings for Sale

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The Late Paul Frontiero Paintings for Sale

I’ve received emails regarding my Dad’s Paintings and if they are for sale. Now that the weather is better I will be able to show them to anyone interested in purchasing. I have many left that are just sitting in the storage unit not being enjoyed. There are just so many that can hang on my walls. The sizes of the paintings range between 5″x7″ and up. The price range is $75.00 and up.

Here are some photos of some of the paintings that are available.
You can contact me by email at:



Schooner Job Opportunity “Pride of Baltimore II”

Employment Opportunity

“The Pride of Baltimore II”



From Marlin Spike Magazine,

Pride of Baltimore II

Pride of Baltimore, Inc. seeks to fill the position of ENGINEER/DECKHAND aboard PRIDE OF BALTIMORE II in late July. This position is a watch standing position. Must be an American citizen or possess American working privileges. Applicants are asked to commit to filling this position through the end of the ship’s season, anticipated to be sometime late November/early December. PRIDE is spending the summer in the Great Lakes and will be voyaging home by way of the Canadian Maritimes & American northeast during late summer/early fall. The ship will be down-rigged and put under cover at the end of the season.

Application is by emailed cover letter and full resume with references to Captain Jan C. Miles at In the cover letter, please describe what you feel you will bring to the ship and her mission as well what you think you will gain by the opportunity to work aboard her.




The Madonna gets a Makeover part 1

Time for our Madonna to get a make over. This Concrete Maddona Statue is over 25 years old. She has been standing guard in our yards for a long time. It has withstood many storms through those years.
She’s been rained on, pelted with hail and covered with snow. This will be her 3rd time being repainted.
She also was blown over and had her head knocked off when she hit the rock she was standing in front of. She’s not protected by a bathtub like her Sisters.
This is part one of three steps to restore her.
First step is to remove all loose paint and sand. I won’t be using any chemicals on her, just a sanding.
I’m thinking of moving away from the typical colors that her sisters and her are painted. Stay tuned for part 2.



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