Farmer’s Market Season Has Begun

7/13/17 The Food Project Farmer’s Markets got going this week, Wednesday in West Lynn by the Community Path on Western Ave. (next to Celley’s, McCarthy Glass), and today in Central…

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Capitol Diner

Review by LH contributor Raul C. The Capitol Diner is an authentic all American diner in downtown Lynn, great for the typical three egg omelette, pancakes, eggs or sandwiches. The place is always busy with regulars and a very friendly staff that’s been there forever. The diner is exactly what you’d expect: boxcar style with the traditional long counter which gives…

City Council 2-23-10

The City Council video from 2-23-10 is preceded by two committee meetings. The first, is the Ordinance Committee public hearing on a nuisance tenant law, which was approved by the committee and later tabled by the full Council. In the second, the Waterfront Committee discusses the moving of the power lines with James Cowdell of…

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…

Letters!

Lynn Happens would like to thank  everyone who has sent words of encouragement, from near and far. Selected letters will be published here, in gratitude. “Dear fellow Lynnsters, I’m your native Son, born 1950 on Chatam St. Visit my site: www.howardkline.com. My first studio was in the Vamp building. Now, I’m in Cambria Ca. I…

Highlights from Lynn Blogs

City of Lynn Concepts has visions of green rooftops. What’s a Cone Flower? Tammallamma’s Photo a Day will show you. Attention local storefront business owners:  How about $4,000 for a new sign? Downtown Lynn will tell you all about it and who to contact. The Lynn-side Edition tells a personal story about volunteering for the…

Artist Profile: Alexander Sewell

by Seth Albaum For this first installment in a new series profiling Lynn artists, I sat down with Alexander Sewell at the Walnut Street Cafe with the intention of gaining some insight into his creative process and to dig into how being from Lynn may influence his work. Alex Sewell describes himself as a figure…

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…

City Council 1-26-10

City Council Video from 1-26-10. The West Lynn Rams receive trophies and a $1,000 check from the Lynn Lions. There may be a brief commercial the first time the video is played.

La Fe Restaurant

Review by LH contributor Raul C. La Fe has two locations in Lynn: the first one is on Union Street, just a block from Walgreen’s, their second location is on the Lynnway. This is a small hole-in-the-wall kind of place, with limited seating (stools, bar style), so takeout is recommended. Prices are very reasonable and…

Fernando’s Restaurante

Review by Stacey For the first time in a while I found myself in my office at 23 Central Ave during lunch time. This is a rarity for me since my past months seem to be filled with turning over apartments or shuttling my daughter to and from activities.  I was craving a Chicken Caesar…