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American Latino Committee Celebrates International Migrant Day

The American Latino Committee, its members and founder, Juan Gonzalez, hosted an event at the relatively new Lupita’s Sport Bar and Grill on Washington Street. Speakers included Alex Cuevas, Jose Álvarez, Dulce Gonzalez, State Rep. Lori Ehrlich, State Rep. Brendan Crighton, Mayor-elect Tom McGee, Essex County Sheriff Kevin Coppinger, Lynn Police Chief Michael Mageary, and City…

Photos: Lynn’s Annual World AIDS Day 2017

12/3/17 December 1st Was World AIDS Day. Friday night, Girls Inc. members and others began to congregate with signs on the steps of City Hall. They lit candles and proceeded across downtown on foot to the Lynn Museum, where community resources tables were waiting along with a spread of food donated by area restaurants.

Photos: Open Studios at LynnArts & Lydia Pinkham

11/20/17 Lydia Pinkham Laboratories on Western Ave. had their annual Open Studios this past Saturday and Sunday, and LynnArts (of Lynn Museum/LynnArts) had theirs on Saturday with a free trolley running all day between locations provided by the Downtown Lynn Cultural District. Here’s a collection of photos of – most of the participating artists –…

Field Trip to Salem

It’s nice to be near Salem on Halloween and enjoy it without having to fight through mobs of tourists for our everyday errands as Salemites must this season. It’s also handy to have a friend near downtown Salem with a driveway. These street shots are from a brief walk-around Saturday night:  

Resident Artists Exhibiting in LynnArts

The current exhibit in the LynnArts portion of Lynn Museum/LynnArts features selected works from artists in the building, including Annette Sykes, Barry Ridlon, Leslie Fahn Rosenberg and more.  The following photos were taken during the opening reception Saturday:  

Photos: High Rock Tower to be Illuminated Nightly

A Centerboard campaign to light High Rock Tower reached an important milestone tonight when Joey Nicotera of Retonica, a lighting company, Duffy Electrical and Centerboard folks flipped the switch on lighting the first two sides. The other sides will be lit as more funds are raised. While there is still work to do, including welding…

Lynners Help Clean After Flood

11:40 AM Saturday morning, Juan Gonzalez of Without Borders Magazine and Global Embassy of Activists for Peace  issued an alert on social media asking folks to help remove trash and debris from flooding downtown. He was joined by neighbors, daughter Dulce, and son Christian. Dulce Gonzalez sends these photos from Munroe Street:   Here’s an…