Made in Lowell


I had a great time at Made in Lowell.  For those of you who could not make it, here are some highlights:


 Lowell produces more empty liquor bottles than anywhere.  Streets are lined with these plentiful little souvenirs.  A trail of these bottles can be seen surrounding the Lowell Transitional Living Center.





 Lowell City politicians make more behind the scenes deals than anywhere.  Sometimes these deals of for money, sometimes they are for future ambitions.  Right Bernie?


pin cushion

A delightful pin cushion handmade by Liz and available on Etsy.






 lynne heat

 Know-it-alls and dumb bloggers.  From Emperor Wallace to Ms. Lynne there are no shortage of douchebags telling you what to think.  The two combined this week in the Sun to tell me about energy savings.  Shut the fuck up already.


EZ Nunn


Buy Art!  Buy Lowell!

What happened to Single Source Marketing? 

More to follow on this one.





abmugAwesome city planning:

Let’s build a $25 Million garage and put the RMV in there.  Brilliant!  Let’s put the post office, the Mass Department of Revenue, and a homeless shelter in there next.






10 comments on “Made in Lowell

  1. jc says:

    Your blog used to be enlightening and amusing, but now it is just infrequent and boring.


    A former fan

  2. Maggie says:

    Gee – and I here I thought the transitional center was a DRY shelter. oops!

  3. Doug S says:

    haha I have a feeling that “a former fan” could possibly be the horse faced liberal aka Lynne Lupien. This blog is the closest thing Lowell has to checks and balances. Left in Lowell is a fucking joke now, and is so far up wallaces/Lynchs ass I can see Lynne face when they smile.. Keep up the good work..

  4. lowell gangsta says:

    The creative economy is a joke. They have no clue what art is about. Most artist are broke. Lowell uses the creative economy motto to attract old retired wanna be’s artist to sell quilts and paintings of lighthouses. They are over paying LZ to do nothing. I don’t think Lynne is a douchebag, just a blogger.

  5. sarah says:

    I never knew what Lynne Lupien looked like until this photo. She is in serious need of a makeover. Or just simply, wash her hair. I know the lefties are pushing us to conserve natural resources but a taking a quick shower wouldn’t kill the environment or her. Water is still relatively cheap in Lowell. And soap is as well.

  6. lowell gangsta says:

    Sarah your comment is so typical female cattiness. I don’t know Lynne personally or even read her blog much but to actually waste your time to insult someone on how they look is pretty shallow. Insult her politics and views.

  7. Ned says:

    Wow, MrLynne is a lucky guy!

  8. Liz says:

    I have no dog in the Lowell politics fight, I am admittedly ignorant of the local shenanigans. I am cheesed off, however, that this event was given the same name as my business even after I told them it would cause confusion, which it has.

    I was invited to participate but declined.

    Thanks for showing my cupcake pincusion which BTW is in no way affiliated with the Made in Lowell event. Next time can a girl get a link up in there?


    Made in Lowell

  9. Derek McCrea says:

    Wow nice capture using the image of the liquor bottles that made the story so much more real..and amazing…but scary and sad.

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