Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

February 23, 2014

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It’s no accident that recycling is last. It’s the least desirable option of the three. Adam Minter’s Junkyard Plant: Truths in the Billion Dollar Trash Trade sets out to explain why. Adam Minter grew up the son of a junkyard owner specializing in scrap metal, worked for his father while growing up and parlayed that […]

At-Large Councilor Candidate Forum July 10

July 5, 2013

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The Lynn Community Association (LCA) is pleased to present a series of candidate forums this summer in anticipation of a highly contested election cycle for the city of Lynn this November. Starting with the at-Large Councilor forum on Wednesday, July 10, 7PM, at the Temple Ahabat Shalom on Ocean St., forum moderator and publisher of […]

Posted in: local government

The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Museum

June 17, 2013

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Herbert Comeau

Best kept secret. Hidden jewel. Two phrases I often hear when people talk about the GAR museum. But life-long Lynners seem to be fully aware of the treasure in their midst–a treasure showing signs of wear and tear. After attending some of Lynn’s Civil War Sesquicentennial celebration 2 weeks ago, I heard there was going […]

Conversations with Abraham

June 9, 2013

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Abraham Lincoln getting his picture taken with an iphone on Lynn Common

Last Saturday, Abraham Lincoln confided in me. “Good generals are few and far between. I have to keep telling them ‘Pursue the enemy when they retreat.’ Most of these generals get the enemy to retreat, but then think the job is done and they can rest. If we want to win this war, we have […]

The Hotel Zouave

June 5, 2013

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Mark Millman

Accordion music suffused with the murmur of men conversing grows stronger as I approach the white linen tent on the common. Red, white and blue adorn the tent. The sign over the entrance declares “Hotel Zouave”. Four muskets lean up against each other in front of the tent, bayonet tips meeting at the top, standing […]

Sesquicentennial Scenes

June 4, 2013

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Getting ready to fire the cannon for the last time. Dan Wood is the first man on the left; his son behind the cannon. Katie Fiorella stands first to the right.

June 1, 2013. Volunteers portraying members of the 6th Maine Light Artillery regiment wheel the cannon out into the open area of Lynn Common in front of the Frederick Douglass Memorial bandstand. An Infantryman pushes a plunger into the maw of the cannon, packing in the projectile, hopefully nothing lethal. A boy approaches with a […]

Message on a Telephone Pole

May 19, 2013

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  This message was found tacked to a telephone pole on the corner or Eastern Ave. and Erie St. Check out Lynn Happens for more sightings of these anonymously posted signs in the city.

Posted in: Health and Safety
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