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Here they are, your photos of Irene

    Check back later tonight because there’s a chance more will be added to the gallery as people return from their misadventures. Tag either “LynnHappens.com” or “LynnHappens Lynn Ma” on facebook if you’d like your photo included. Or, email them to editor@lynnhappens.com.       Irene may not have lived up to her hype,…

Wizard of Oz at Red Rock Park

If you weren’t there, here’s a few shots of what you missed on the waterfront tonight. The event was sponsored by Mayor Kennedy, Community Development, Lynn Parks and Rec., Friends of Lynn & Nahant Beach, LynnArts, Lynn Museum, The Daily Item, and of course, heavily promoted and photographed by LynnHappens.     A view from…

Signs of Lynn – Brickyard

The Commuter Rail passes over Blossom Street. If anyone wants to know what the deal is with The Brickyard, the Lynn Museum sells a book called “The Brickyard: The Life Death, and Legend of an Urban Neighborhood” by Kathryn Grover. Does anyone know how the overpass got its sign?   Previous Signs of Lynn Roberts…

Signs of Lynn – Roberts Cleansers

  Don’t call it a cleaners.  This sign clearly says it’s a cleansers in metal and neon, so that’s what it is. Roberts Cleansers is on 624 Summer Street, a section I don’t pass by often, but this stand-out of a sign never fails to catch my attention when I do. Does anyone have a…

Signs of Lynn – Historic Historical Marker

This week’s installment was sent by the people at Washington Square Residence, run by Lynn Home for Women, Inc. They’ve been around since 1912. Colonists have been here since 1629. I think that sign has been there since 1930 or thereabouts. People have been contacting LynnHappens looking for nostalgia, so here’s a historical sign about…

Signs of Lynn – Proodian & Sons

  The Proodian & Sons Rugs sign on Western Ave. (Rt 107) is an art deco masterpiece in amazing condition. Remove the modern automobiles from this shot and you might convince someone this was decades ago rather than just an hour ago.     Previous Signs of Lynn Christie’s Security Lifetime Aluminum Layers of Fluff…

Signs of Lynn – Christie’s

Facebook friends were asked to suggest this week’s sign, so Christie’s it is. It was mentioned by several people when the series launched, so today’s recommendation bumped it up in line. I took this photo in 2009 while playing with a new camera. I love classic neon. If you haven’t been by in a while,…