Monthly Archives: March 2011

Weekend Rundown (Beer edition)

Thursday, 3/31 If you haven’t headed out already, check options to your right. Also, a spontaneous Scrabble tournament is underway at Turbine, 56 Central Sq. Bring your own board or join others. Friday, 4/1 1. History and Hops at the Lynn Museum, 590 Washington Street. Doors at 7:30pm. Local food by Fernandos. Live music from…

Weekend Rundown

Thursday, 3/24 1. Champions, at 170 Broad Street, is advertising “Latin Music” Thursdays through Saturdays, 3pm to 1am. That’s a long time! There are many, many genres and sub-genres of Latin music, though. Someone will have to report back with which ones they’re talking about, and if the party really starts at 3pm! 2. Comedian…

Velev, Vibrantly on Display at the Willow Gallery

By William J. Dowd   Jackson Pollock was an influential American abstract expressionist painter who gained notoriety for his invention of the “drip technique” during the latter years of the 1940s. His technique had abandoned the painter’s traditional use of an easel, paint brushes, and palette. He chose to paint while standing or dancing around,…

Weekend Rundown

Thursday, March 17 It’s Evacuation Day, which means it’s also St. Patrick’s Day. What are you doing? Only the Sand Bar let us in on their party, but there’s no way they’re the only place in Lynn with something special going on. Well, they already started, but the Slushpuppies go on at 6:45pm. 714 Washington…

Highlights from Lynn Blogs

Editorial note:  Too often, I hear people in this city call comments on the Item’s site blogs, and those posting them, bloggers. They are commentators, more or less adding their facts and opinions to a published story on a site that is not their own. A blogger runs his or her own site, and posts…

Weekend Rundown

Thursday, March 10 Check your options on the right or head to your local and start the weekend early. Friday, March 11 1. TLGUTS, (The Little Gallery Under the Stairs) continues to raise the bar in DTL ,  launching monthly film screenings. Originally scheduled to start earlier, it starts this Friday with The Radiant Child.…