An artful Saturday (in photos)

This past Saturday, November 20th 2010, the Lydia Pinkham building at 271 Western Avenue, The Neal Rantoul Theatre in 25 Exchange Street, LynnArts at 25 Exchange and TLGUTS at 25 Exchange all held events. I was able to photograph all but Mass Theatrica’s performance of La Boheme in Italian at the Neal Rantoul Theatre (‘black…

Arguments for and against the farm

The Food Project’s Ingalls Elementary School Farm has been renewed, with some appeasements for a disturbed neighbor to be negotiated. Thankfully, Corey Jackson of Downtownlynn.com was there to cover the pro and con arguments last night, and is graciously allowing LH to cross post them. Further opinion and coverage can be found on his site…

Weekend Rundown (Veteran’s Day Edition)

We’re going to start with Veteran’s Day, Thursday November 11th. If you’re not aware, Lynn has excellent veteran’s services. Here’s the info straight off of the city’s own web site: “The Lynn Department of Veterans Services is a one-stop shop for veterans and their families in need of information or assistance in obtaining any federal…

Weekend Rundown

Here’s the editor’s weekly picks for the weekend. Enjoy! Thursday, 11-4 1. North Shore Community College hosts its 26th community forum on tolerance. This year’s theme is Tolerance in a Time of Intolerance. 6:45 PM at the NSCC campus. For the complete story, see this earlier post. 2. At 7pm, the Lynn Museum and Historical…

Lynn Votes: Local results are in

This is how Lynn voted on November 2nd, 2010. Results have been provided by the City Clerk’s Office. To see a breakdown of results statewide, LynnHappens recommends Boston.com’s election page for its excellent maps of town-by-town results. Itemlive.com also has an election coverage page. Election Results from the City Clerk’s Office Election Summary Report STATE…

School Committee 10-28-10

Editor’s note: Lynn Happens wishes it had the time and human capital to cover every School Committee meeting. This one in particular was covered, largely due to the chatter of area blogs and on Facebook Wednesday, overwhelmingly in support of the Ingalls School Farm run by The Food Project. A vote on renewing The Food…

Weekend Rundown (Halloween edition)

Let’s start the weekend with Thursday, 10-28 1. Who’s scared of a little vegetable garden? A few abutters of the Ingalls School, apparently. To fair, I don’t know if it’s the corn that stalks or the gourds that keep them up at night, nor does this editor fully know both sides of the story. But…