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G&S’s The Sorcerer at Lynn Arts this Sunday

Mass Theatrica presents THE SORCERER by Gilbert and Sullivan (LMLO with NEGASS) Mass Theatrica and The New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society (NEGASS) will co-sponsor a Last Minute Light Opera performance of ‘The Sorcerer’ on Sunday, March 14, 2010, 3:00 PM at LynnArts, 25 Exchange Street, Lynn, MA in the Neal Rantoul Vault Theatre. The…

Gateway to the North Shore

Among the many great things about Lynn is its location. While this web site will continue to focus on activities within Lynn, it will begin to reach beyond Lynn’s borders to its neighbors, and weave itself into the fabric of the North Shore without losing its identity. And if Lynn is the gateway to the…

Double Feature at TLGUTS Feb 27

The Little Art Gallery Under the Stairs (TLGUTS) located at 25 Exchange Street will host a double feature movie screening on Saturday, February 27th, 2010, from 1:30-5pm. Films included in this screening event are “FEMLink, Fragility”, and “Who Does She Think She Is?”. This screening is part of three months of arts programming focusing on…

New in the LynnArts Galleries

Opening receptions at 25 Exchange St., Lynn MA. on Saturday, February 6th, 2 – 4pm. Visit LynnArts.org for more information. Mixed Media This year’s Mixed Media exhibition features nearly fifty works by *thirty artists from throughout New England and was juried by Joanne Mattera. Ms. Mattera is a painter who exhibits and lectures widely and…

“VOICES: Mothers Who Create” Returns to TLGUTS

  The Little Gallery Under The Stairs hosts an exhibit of work by more than twenty artists who are also mothers, grandmothers and maternal figures, starting February 4th and lasting through April 10th. VOICES: Mothers Who Create II includes photographs, digital imagery, various painting styles and mediums, ceramics, culinary arts, and more. Each piece was…

Meet the Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Residents of Lynn and other greater-Boston municipalities are invited to an open house on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the regional planning agency’s downtown offices, located at 60 Temple Place in Boston’s Downtown Crossing. The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), “…is the regional planning agency for the 101 cities…