Lynn

By - 8/26/07 - 9:06 am

Corey, a newcomer to downtown Lynn, is now blogging about the neighborhood:

... I've been here for about a year now. My parents were born here and often tell me of what used to be. I see it coming back. I have hope for my property value. I think others out there do as well. I figured I would put this blog together to try and get the community talking about what's happening, and what's next. Rumors, gossip, news, etc. ...

By - 4/5/07 - 8:53 am

Help Bring Public Access TV Back to Swampscott has a series of North Shore videos, including one of State Rep. Douglas Petersen making his dumb Lynn comments (basically: That Swampscott should support better education in Lynn because Swampscott kids will become "captains of industry" who will need educated blue-collar workers from Lynn); the Lynn comments start at around 2:50.

Via Landed in Swampscott.

By - 6/29/06 - 5:46 pm

Chaz, active in the local leather scene, discusses the death of Adrian Exley, who went missing from Lynn in April and whose body was found in Rhode Island. And he wonders if he might still be alive if the media had picked up the missing-persons bulletin Lynn Police issued in April.

By - 11/17/05 - 10:39 pm

Marcus raves:

Pho Lynn, the Vietnamese restaurant on Munroe St. Across from the Munroe St. Lofts has the BEST Vietnamese food I have ever tasted. ...

By - 11/9/05 - 5:15 pm

Lynn Lofts, the Skinny is a new blog aimed at people thinking about moving into a condo in the neighborhood - specifically, the Keith Building, where the author lives. He does not much care for the building's developer - and explains why you should be careful about moving into a unit too close to the commuter-rail tracks.

By - 8/16/05 - 2:40 pm

Smeg witnesses a weird accident in Lynn on his way home:

... The Jeep turned his wheel *a little*, then floored it, he had no way enough turn to make the corner, and he drove straight into the front of the Mustang, which roled back from the force. The guy in the Jeep then put it on full lock and floored it again, swinging around onto the curb and into the massive truck that was parked on the forecourt of a garage, badly enough that he wasn't moving again, and fluids started pouring out of his engine. ...