Arts

What’s cookin’ at Cakin Boys?

Ed. note: With food, goods, and services, we often hear the mantra, “Buy Local.” Usually, it’s a plea to support the economy, environment, or both. Here, engineer and producer John Raye (aka Big Easy), owner of  Cakin Boys Studio at 10 Central Ave., plugs a couple of his artists with the message, listen local. LOCAL…

Weekend Rundown (pirate edition)

Welcome to your weekly rundown of weekend events in Lynn! Friday, 10-8 1. Walnut da Lyrical Genie, Mike Cassetta & Friends and the Mirror Neurons play Walnut Street Cafe at 157 Walnut St., Lynn at 8pm! 2. Good Music Fridays at Tatiana’s Restaurant, 70 Market St. in DTL starts at 9pm. Saturday, 10-9 1. Comedy…

Weekend Rundown

It’s time already for the second installment of LynnHappen’s Weekend Rundown, a cooperative effort by members of The North Shore Blogger Consortium.  At the end of the post, you’ll find links to picks from other participating North Shore blogs. As always, the complete list is on the right side and in the calendar. Friday 10-1…

Weekend rundown

There are some big things happening this weekend in Lynn, so let’s get a head start with this first ever “Weekend rundown.” This post marks the beginning of a cooperative effort by members of the The North Shore Blogger Consortium. At the end of the post, you’ll find links to picks from other participating North…

Lynn Auditorium announces Fall shows

The Lynn Auditorium is a 2072 seat venue inside City Hall. But the word “auditorium” doesn’t do this venue any justice. The seats are fully cushioned, the wood proscenium is an elegantly understated art deco and the acoustics are great for concerts. Beer, wine and other concessions are sold during shows. The following information is…

Kids Explore at LynnArts

By William J. Dowd Over the past four years “Art Explorers” have descended upon LynnArts for participation in a week long program educating area youth on a broad range of visual and performing arts. Had you been at the agency’s 25 Exchange Street location last Friday, you would’ve been swimming with swaying seaweed, floating jellyfish,…

Arts After Hours comes to Lynn Museum Park Aug 12th

Looking to promote the already growing scene in Downtown Lynn and to showcase area talent and businesses, active residents Jocelyn Almy-Testa, Corey Jackson, and Seth Albaum have come up with a new independent series of events under the name, Arts After Hours. The name is, in part, a reaction to those who have commented online…