This Week on TV: Cambridge Conversations on Affordable Housing and more

This Week on TV: Cambridge Conversations on Affordable Housing and more

If you missed these events in person, tune in during CCTV's Local Issues block.

  • Posted on: 28 November 2016
  • By: lily

CCTV’s Local Issues and Events block - every Monday-Thursday and Saturday at 5pm on Channel 8 - features recent happenings in our community.

On November 3, the Cambridge Public Library hosted The Vienna Project: Building Inclusive Communities. The event's featured speaker, Karen Frostig, Director, Producer, and lead Artist for “The Vienna Project,” is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, granddaughter of Holocaust victims, and holds dual citizenship with the United States and the Republic of Austria.

Watch the program this week on Monday Nov. 28 and Tuesday Nov. 29 at 5pm.

The Cambridge Historical Society recently hosted a three-part symposium about the past, present, and future of affordable housing in Cambridge. Part Two of the Housing For All conversation - focusing on the successes and failures of affordable housing planning - will begin playing this week, Wednesday Nov. 30 and and Saturday Dec. 4 at 5pm.

New videos by producers here in Cambridge play each week on Channel 8, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 7pm and Wednesdays and Fridays at 11am.

This week features the newest episode of the Rooster Tails series by Mick Cusimano.

A Sound & Vision Jam bringing together a mix of local musicians, produced by Beth Redmond Walsh.

And a Live Performance from local musician Albino Mbie, among others.

Over the weekend, experience Local Festivals from all times of the year

Celebrate with Central Square’s recent Local Craft Spirits Festival, as well as the East Cambridge Rib Fest, Port Community Pride Day, Cambridge Science Festival, HONK Fest, Revels River Sing, Gay Pride, Cambridge City Dance Party, the Central Square World’s Fair, Cambridge Carnivals, and more. On Channel 9, Friday Dec. 2 6-9pm, Saturday Dec. 3 noon-midnight, and Sunday Dec. 4 12-4pm.