Tag Archive for Cafe Moka

Art by Emilie Errié

Tonight at Cafe Moka was another edition of Open P.O.R.T. (Poetry of the Oral Tradition) hosted by Patrick Nelson and an opening reception for artist Emilie Errié, whose paintings will be hanging for a month. Emilie Errié grew up in Haiti and moved to Boston in 2004 with her family. She started drawing at a…

2nd Annual March for the Homeless

March for the Homeless, described as an awareness walk, began at Red Rock Park Saturday and ended at the Frederick Douglass Bandstand on the Lynn Common, where these photos were taken. There were performances along the way and at the Common by Spoken Word Flash Mob of Boston and members of Wreck Shop Movement. Tatiana…

Photos of a Saturday Night

On April 9th, a Saturday night, I set out to cover four events. I ended up with a lot of pictures. They can (partially) tell the stories. Vegas Night at the Knights of Pythias for Pine Hill and Lynn Shore Little Leagues Showcase at Walnut Street Cafe for students of MaryBeth Maes (wish I could…

Rogue Butterfly Sings “Freedom”

Rogue Butterfly was one of many who performed a set at Wreck Shop’s monthly night at Cafe Moka in Central Square, Lynn. Every second Thursday, Wreck Shop has a showcase of spoken word, poetry, song and visual art from 7:30-11:30pm.

For the geeks out there like me, I used a Sony a7II mirrorless full-frame camera with an adapter to fit a 1956 Jupiter-3 rangefinder lens made in the former Soviet Union. No autofocus, here. Shallow depth of field (Why she moves out of focus a bit). Absolutely no color correction applied to video – just transcoded and uploaded. Camera’s built in mics are okay…

February 5th, 2016 Snow Photos

A few photos close to LynnHappens headquarters from today. Just a few. You can share your photos by emailing or through LynnHappens on facebook. You can also become part of the LynnHappens Street Team, here.

Bars of Lynn Update

11/16/15 – This update is a neighborhood crawl, because sometimes I like to patronize the businesses I cover for this series and I Bars of Lynn responsibly. You can always contribute to the next one by sending photos of your good time out to editor@lynnhappens.com The first stop was the Ox, but I only managed…