Monthly Archives: January 2012

BOOM-ing business for Lynn company

Editor’s note: This story along with blurred photo of plans was sent anonymously to the Happens. Normally, I would not publish anonymous submissions, but I can’t pass on a positive “business” story and the possibility of a resurgence of pirate related activity in the woods. If you’re in Lynn Woods and happen to spot Captain…

Mayor Kennedy joins the English Works Mayors Circle

Press release:   Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy has committed to support Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) by  officially signing on to the English Works Campaign.  The Campaign is a statewide coalition of immigrant community leaders, labor unions, and businesses working together to increase the availability of English classes…

Weekend Rundown

Friday, 1/27 1. Annapalooza: A benefit show for the American Heart Association in honor of Beverly resident Ann Repp who passed away over the summer at Gulu-Gulu Cafe, 247 Essex Street, Salem,  featuring music from: St. Helena, Brendan Boogie, Low Static Romance, Freg and Grank. Suggested donation: $20 Prizes will be raffled off throughout the…

Winter Workshops in LynnArts

Here’s the text from the image:   Be My Valentine Card-Making Child-Adult/Parent class Thursday, February 9 Time: 6–8 PM Instructor: Linda Germain Come create fun cards for your Valentine, best friend, grandmother, whoever! You will use a variety of printmaking techniques to make unique cards to share. Stencils, relief blocks, stamps, collage and paint.  …