Monthly Archives: December 2011

Highlights from Lynn Blogs – An Education

From An Education, “Education.Politics.History.Psychology.” Thinking about School Choice in the Context of the Lynn Public School System “Reading this guest commentary by Mary Levy posted on the blog All Things Education served as a catalyst for thought about the desire for school choice…

The Last Weekend Rundown of the Year

Friday, 12/30 1. Your LH and rundown editor, “DJ Seth,” will be at Gulu-Gulu Cafe in Salem,  with classic and modern indie, shoegaze, post-punk castaways, new wave leftovers and candy-colored synth pop. You can dance or spazz in comfort, and whatever…

Signs of Lynn – Traditional Breads

  The iconic top of the stack at Traditional Breads is seen by commuters every day, but never like this (unless they’re not watching where they’re going.)   Previous Signs of Lynn Charlie’s Seafood New Angle Glass (With flashing sign picture)…

City Council 12-27-11

  City Council video from December 27th, 2011. Not on the agenda below, the Council says farewell to Councilors at Large Paul Crowley and Stephen Duffy – speeches in the video. I had to switch to vimeo for this one.…

Weekend Rundown

Friday, 12/23 1. Brown Chicken Brown Cow play original funk and wagnalls at Walnut Street Cafe at 8:30pm, #157 2.  Jeff Savlon plays Gulu-Gulu, 8:30pm at 247 Essex Street in Salem   Saturday, 12/24 You’re either celebrating Christmas Eve or…

What to do with Holiday Trash

From the Lynn DPW: CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR’S HOLIDAY TRASH SCHEDULE   Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy and Commissioner Jay Fink, Department of Public Works, would like to remind all residents that due the Christmas and New Year’s holidays falling on Sunday all…

Weekend Rundown

Friday, 12/16 1. Arts & Culture Holiday Social at Turbine, 56 Central Square. Come all ye creative types at 7pm. Harvey Mapcase strike up at 9pm. 2. The Lynn City Coffee House and Open Mic series at Lifepoint Church continues…