Join us on Thursday January 19 for a public screening of the most recent work produced by the participants of the School Year Production Program. Students have been working since October on a diverse mix of projects that tell the stories of what they think is important from their own perspectives. The screening is free and open to the public.
On November 17th, the Cambridge Historical Commission gave a talk about their new book, Building Old Cambridge: Architecture and Development, which discusses the history of the oldest part of Cambridge around Harvard Square and Harvard University. Building Old Cambridge is available at bookstores, from online vendors, and from the Historical Commission at 831 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square.
The event featured speakers, Bill King, Charles Sullivan, and Susan Maycock.
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This episode was recorded exactly one week from the November 8th election that resulted in the defeat of Hillary Clinton - even though she won the popular vote-- and the improbable victory – to many of us – of one Donald Trump. Full disclosure – Barbara worked hard for HRC and thinks control of all branches of government in the hands of right wing conservatives with Trump at the helm is cause for grave concern.
In this episode, host Barbara Anthony conducts a post election interview with former Attorney General and current Senior Counsel at Casner and Edwards, LLP, Scott Harshbarger.
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In Case You Missed It, CCTV's event recap show, takes a look at the past month's events in and around Cambridge and gives them to you in a condensed form. This month we take a look at Ribfest, the Grand Opening of Oom Yung Doe - West Cambridge, the Bike Safety Protest, and CCTV's mini-conference, the Media and the Elections.
For the past year and a half, everyone has been talking about the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. It’s what you’ve been talking about with your friends and family, and it’s what the media has been talking about nonstop on air, online and in print. So what kind of impact has the media had on Election 2016? At CCTV's mini-conference on The Media and the Elections, held on October 22, 2016 at the Cambridge Public Library, three panels covered political reporting from the 2016 presidential election cycle.