Photos of the Day: Lemonade Day, Fall River, MA, 5-7-16

Lemonade Day

Nine-year old Zoey Hess, dressed as Lizzie Borden’s maid Bridget, eagerly waits for a customer to try her “Blood Orange” lemonade during Lemonade Day throughout the city Saturday. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Lemonade Day

Nine-year old ALex Carvalho, dressed as a minoin, pours a regular lemonade for a customer in front of Amaral’s Central Market on Globe Street during Leomande Day throughout the city Saturday. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Lemonade Day

Nine-year olds Ethyn Pereira, right, and Alex Carvalho, center, dressed as a minoins, wave in customers with a fellow minion in front of Amaral’s Central Market on Globe Street during Leomande Day throughout the city Saturday. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Lemonade Day

Five-year old Ayanna Jubah is handed a pink lemonade at Store 40 gas station on South Main Street as Jadiah Spencer looks on during Lemonade Day throughout the city Saturday. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Lemonade Day

Eight-year old Scarlett Wilkenson tallies up her strawberry lemonade sales at Frugal Franks on Shove Street Saturday during Lemonade Day where youngsters city-wide learn entrepreneurship through selling lemonade. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

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Photos of the Day: Fall River AHA, 4-21-16

Fall River AHA

The Fall River branch of U.S. Taekwondo performs exercises at Government Center in Fall River as part of the first Fall River AHA of the year Thursday evening. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Fall River AHA

Nine-year old Lucas Varosky learns how to shoot an arrow from Zac Keith of Mastermind Adventures during the first Fall River AHA event of the season Thursday evening. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Fall River AHA

The Durfee High School Orchestra was on hand to bring musical entertainment to the first Fall River AHA event of the season Thursday evening. MICHAEL SMITH/FALL RIVER SPIRIT/SCMG

Photos of the Day: Mill Complex, Fall River Waterfront, 3-29-16

Grabbing my camera – because I had nothing else better to do – I drove to Fall River’s waterfront and walked around a mill complex that’s home to the Narrow’s Center for the Arts and other small businesses. ┬áBeing immersed as a flaneur in a town like Fall River, you are exposed to things you would normally would not see that are strong indicators of the state of the city – and its people.

Below are some images I captured as I wandered around…

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