Local Media Map

Welcome to our local Media Map. This map provides provides an interesting overview of the city by presenting local stories mapped right down to the street corner where they take place. Browse this map and the information below to survey the richness of the arts, cultures and histories of Cambridge, MA.

Newest Points on our Map

Stephen Kaiser, Oct 4
A Look at What We Might Learn from Snowstorms and Hurricanes
Ilan Levy, Oct 1
Open Meeting Law Complaint by Ilan Levy on September 23, 2015
Ilan Levy, Sep 25
Together Rebuilding Democracy, check out my short intro video, thx Natalie
Ilan Levy, Sep 18
The Port, the name of a proud neighborhood
Ilan Levy, Sep 15
An amazing example of community building through respect and inclusiveness
Ilan Levy, Sep 10
Seven incumbent band together to maintain the status quo
Ilan Levy, Sep 8
Together we can, and will, rebuild Democracy. It is our duty. It is our responsibility.
Mary Holbrow, Aug 25
A long trip to Mexico begins in Lusitania Meadow
Stephen Kaiser, Aug 24
A once-busy rail yard in East Cambridge lies largely desolate. Use it for transportation? Or development?
Stephen Kaiser, Jul 4
How a Radical Idea from Thomas Jefferson was Purged from the Final Version of the Declaration of Independence
Ilan Levy, Jun 29
Yes to possible up zonings, No to the current process which produces them.
Mary Holbrow, Jun 1
Program helps homeless women get housing and deal with its challenges
Stephen Kaiser, May 25
Four Articles in the Boston Globe Reveal Competing Development Interests
Maurice Wilkey, May 15
NeighborMedia's Maurice Wilkey talks with two deejays in this years dance fest, who have a Cambridge event planned Friday night.
Hasson J. Rashid, May 11
Citizens Seeking Mass.officials'financial reports stymied by delays.
Kristina Kehrer, May 1
Meet my neighbor Rachel Parrish from Murfreesboro, Arkansas!
Stephen Kaiser, Apr 18
Winter is over! Two spring events are planned in the coming weeks dealing with aspects of societal corruption
Stephen Kaiser, Apr 5
How the City and its Residents Can Help Each Other During the Wintertime
Stephen Kaiser, Apr 1
Strange things are happening in the City of Cambridge April 1, 2015
Maurice Wilkey, Mar 31
Poetry Matters: Voices Against Injustice was held at the Out Of The Blue Too Gallery. Boston area poets speak out on recent violence.
Stephen Kaiser, Mar 29
Transit Riders had a Tough Winter. How can We Improve Capacity and Reliability of the Red Line?