Harry Ricciardi

Menemsha Meander Reveals Off-Season Way of Being

Marked by a single, blinking green light, the entrance through the channel into Menemsha Harbor is narrow.

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Shellfish in the DNA; Scheffer Lineage Begins With Roy

At a house on Bennett way in Edgartown, three generations of Island fishermen crossed paths Thursday afternoon. Matteus Scheffer and Grace Kenney loaded cartons of Cape Pogue Bay scallops into a gray plastic cooler.

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Powered by Teamwork and Craft, Couple Brings Boat Back to Life

Behind Tisbury Marketplace, in front of the schooner-shed annex of Gannon and Benjamin Marine Railway, the 33-foot power boat Fredric Paulsen was unloaded by the Martha’s Vineyard Shipyard last week.

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At Week’s End, Old Souls Gather for a Mug of Friendship

Behind the capped landfill off Clevelandtown Road in Edgartown, alongside boats and mooring gear, Aquamarine Dockbuilders stores the floating docks that ring the bulkheads in Edgartown Harbor.

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A Waterman for Life Keeps Adapting, No Matter the Storm

Jeff Canha is a fifth-generation Islander who has been on the water since he was born.

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