Monthly Archives: May 2010

Lynn Blogs: Photos from Culturefest

While your LynnHappens Editor was DJ’ing small sets between acts and fumbling around with sound equipment, Corey Jackson of Downtownlynn.com took amazing pictures, as usual. Here they are He’ll also be photographing today’s Memorial Day Parade. Because I am unable…

Noteborn from Holland, only in Lynn

The debut of NOTEBORN-USA on Market Street adds to Lynn’s collection of renown design shops, such as Lucia Lighting, Lynn Lumber‘s sought after architectural mill-work, and the 100-year old Zimmans, an interior decorator’s paradise. What makes this particular ribbon cutting…

China Lion

Review by Stacey They have been a staple in downtown Lynn for years. There is plenty of street parking and parking in the lot across the street.  And plenty of food for your dollar. China Lion offers up an inexpensive…

Highlights from Lynn Blogs

DowntownLynn posts photos of a colorful new window painting by RAW in Central Square. (And while you’re there, check out the arts coverage.) The Lynn-side Edition invites you to dinner at Rincon Macorisano via the East Lynn Community Association. Living…

Yan’s Cafe

Review by LH contributor Raul C. Good Chinese food is not easy to find and Lynn has one of the best places for Asian food in the North Shore: Yan’s Cafe in Lewis Street. Yan’s is a small family owned…

City Council 5-11-10

City Council recognizes USA-National Golden Gloves Champion, Ronald Ellis of Rivera Brother’s Boxing Club. See Rivera Brother’s Boxing Club Seeks New Home as covered by LH to learn more about the organization and their plight. City Council Video from 5-11-10

Artist Profile: Daniel Arcand

by Seth Albaum Daniel Arcand is a self-taught artist whose work has been shown as far as California and China. He’s originally from Springfield, another city that has shed much of its manufacturing past. “The working class is a big…