This Week on TV: ELECTION DAY LIVE COVERAGE

This Week on TV: ELECTION DAY LIVE COVERAGE

Tuesday November 7 is Cambridge Municipal Election Day. New City Council and School Committee members will be selected.

  • Posted on: 2 November 2017
  • By: lily


This Week on CCTV: TV Highlights November 6 -12

Tuesday November 7 is Election Day. Tune in to Channel 8 on Election Night, where CCTV is broadcasting live from the Central Square Senior Center as the votes for City Council and School Committee come in.

WATCH: On Channel 8, Tues. Nov. 7 8pm-midnight.

Meet the man behind "Just a Kid from Cambridge."

Kristina Kehrer interviews Anthony Mosely, creator of the popular Cambridge-themed clothing line that has become popular with Cambridge-raised folks of all ages.

WATCH: Anthony Mosely and more of the newest from Cambridge producers will play this week on Channel 8, Thursday and Sunday at 7pm and Wednesday and Friday at 11am.

Check out the scene at Rib Fest 2017

On October 1, 2017, The East Cambridge Business Association hosted their annual Smoke This Rib Festival along Cambridge Street. The event was filmed by Alex Dewart. A great quantity of meat was devoured.

WATCH: The newest in local events and issues from CCTV Staff producers plays each week on Channel 8, Tuesdays - Sundays at 5pm. RibFest 2017 will play this week Wed. Nov. 8 through Sat. Nov. 11 at 5pm, as well as Mon. Nov. 6 at 10am and Tue. Nov. 7 at 8am.

Over the weekend, celebrate Veterans Day with CCTV

The lineup includes, A Moving Image Portrait of Richard E Honan, a short film by Anne Brown, featuring beloved Winthrop resident Richard Honan, an artist, father, community builder, and honored veteran, Vernan E Grant Day, a celebration in honor of Cambridge, MA native Vernon E Grant - a U.S. Army Captain and lifelong cartoonist, a Living History of the Civil War re-enactment of the 22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry at the Cambridge Public Library - and more.

WATCH: CCTV's Veterans' Day marathon plays this weekend on Channel 9, Fri. Nov. 10 7:30-9pm, Sat. Nov. 11 noon-midnight, and Sun. Nov. 12 12-4pm.