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Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas

I'm hoping to unplug for a few days and enjoy a great day with my in-laws today and my parents tomorrow. We're lucky that everyone lives in Massachusetts so there's not a lot of traveling to do. You, my readers, are so important to me. We went from 2,000 unique people in 2009 to 11,786 unique people in 2010 reading this blog. I see the passion for what we're all about lived out on the streets and in the squars of our Downtown every day. In the downtowners who live here, the workers who work here, and yeah... even in City Hall. The end of this year has seen a positive momentum shift. I predict a 2011 that is going to make you very happy to be a part of Downtown Lynn.

Merry Christmas or whatever it is you celebrate and if for some reason I don't talk to you until then, Happy New Year!

For details on this year's Xmas Eve Parade route, see the Facebook Page for the Lynn, MA Christmas Parade.

-Corey

2 comments:

  1. Are your comments up and running yet?

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  2. Yes they are!! Merry Christmas Corey! I just wanted to comment on my lunch at Supreme to Go yesterday. The cook is Armenian, so the food has an Armenian origin. The food is very fresh, tasty and healthy. I had the chicken lulu plate: a grilled skewer of minced chicken with onion and middle-eastern spices, homemade pilaf, hummus, salad and homemade bread (from the owner's wife's next-door bakery). The manager Mark is super friendly and accommodating. He even played Armenian music for me which I happen to be fond of. All the people that came in for the $.99 pizza slices raved about them! This is food for your stomach and soul!! Please become their patrons, you'll be delighted. Though I'm not a Lynner yet, I have joined a beautiful church in DTL on Broad Street, Central Congregational Church.

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