This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television.
- Saul Tannenbaum reports on a proposal to allow Boston Properties to reduce the size of its roof top park and put a building in its place: "Pave Paradise and Put Up a Park in a Lot? Not Quite Yet."
- Mary Holbrow covers official launch of Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation: "Lady Gaga To Launch Foundation at Harvard Tomorrow."
- Siobhan Bredin documents wall mural in the alley between Mass. Ave. and the Bishop Allen Drive parking lot: "Ever Changing Wall Art in Central Square."
- Mary Holbrow details seniors group planning the SeniorsConnect network: "SeniorsConnect Meeting."
- Saul Tannenbaum writes about Kendall Square Google development: "Whatever Google Wants, Google Gets? Fast Track Development in Kendall Square."
Upcoming Cambridge Events
- March 3
- Breastfeeding and Parenting Conference
- Cambridge Winter Farmers Market
- Cambridge Symphony Orchestra Benefit - Sneak Preview Salon Recital
- March 4
- American Cancer Society's Spin for Hope
- Screening Episodes 1-3 of the Central Square Detective Agency Series at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge: AS SEEN ON CCTV
- American Classics presents Fabulous Fenway
- CCTV Introduction to Social Media Class
- March 7
- CCTV Digital Storytelling Class
- CCTV Computers for Spanish Speakers/Computadoras Para Personas Que Hablan Español
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