Busking in the Square


Busking is the practice of performing in public places for tips and gratuities.- Typically, it is un-amplified or makes use of battery-powered gear. A group of local musicians are looking into the possibility of more busking in the cultural district and Kraus’s idea to perform there today came out of an online discussion on…

Bars of Lynn Update


(Posted 5/18/15) Thanks again for using the #barsoflynn hashtag or emailing your photos for this feature. Your editor took a few as well, this week. But before you continue, see this separate Bars of Lynn post on the closing of Tatiana’s. Then, come back here. Project 4 was at O’Brien’s Saturday night – You can…

Tatiana’s closes its doors


(Posted 5/18/15) Family, friends and loyal customers were visiting Tatiana’s Restaurant on Market Street this weekend to say goodbye to a beloved neighborhood institution, which closed its doors for the last time Sunday. Norma “Tati” Delgado first opened the doors in 2004, hosting their first Patriot’s Super Bowl Party. (Check out the Bars of Lynn…

Photos of Food Project’s Farm Fest


On Saturday, May 16th The Food Project held its annual Farm Fest & Plant Sale downtown on Munroe Street. Their Thursday Farmer’s Market in Central Square begins its 2015 season on July 2nd.     They added music this year with Lynn-based Tigerman WOAH. In the foreground is Thomas the Poodle.   Photos of Farm…

Seagull’s View of Lynn Harbor


Mike Barry says his drone Norbert wanted to give us a seagull’s view of Seaport Landing and Lynn’s harbor area. Boats are just beginning to fill the slips, a welcome sign of summer. More photos and videos by Mike Barry can be found on LynnHappens and on his website.      

Bars of Lynn (mini) Update


Carlos Peralta & Fred Hogan, May 8th at Tatiana’s on Market Street – Here’s how it works, folks. You’re out with your friends somewhere and you want to help promote positive nightlife in Lynn, so you take a photo and hashtag it #barsoflynn or you email it to the Happens,, to have it included…

Post-cleanup at Goldfish Pond


The Goldfish Pond Association’s 35th annual Planting Day is Saturday, May 23. From 9am to noon you can join them in planting over 3,000 flowering plants. Here’s a link to the event on meetup. Bill Sabram writes, “I love my neighbors! Victory coffee and donuts after a couple hours of park cleanup.”