Cambridge 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

Lily Robinson, Jul 15
A local organization is putting science in the hands of the public but what is Cambridge willing to do with what it learns?
Peter Levine, Jul 10
After over a decade of being involved at CCTV, Xia runs the Youth Media Program that she participated in as a high schooler.
Ryan Normandin, Jul 8
In the first episode of Profiles of Cambridge, an incoming freshman at MIT discusses their life experiences and the education system.
Lily Robinson, Jul 1
The annual Cambridge city dance party was open to the public and attracted a diverse crowd from many neighboring areas.
Peter Levine, Jun 28
CCTV presents its eighth Open Mic Night featuring local musicians, comedians, storytellers, and more!
Peter Levine, Jun 27
A short documentary showing an evening during Ramadan where Islamic Society of Boston invited neighbors to join them in their break-fast.
Tanina Carrabotta, Jun 24
Take a ride on the Charles River.
Peter Levine, Jun 24
FOLKED UP is a special showcase / gameshow featuring local musicians and a live audience.
Lily Robinson, Jun 21
In an ever more urban landscape, the Hurley Street Farm is an oasis of growth for Cambridge locals looking to connect with their community.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This is a profile about a local Boston artist named Kayla Myers, AKA Goldlemons.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This video explores the stories and struggles behind the business by interviewing a young reseller, Ian Kennedy.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This video is about gang violence currently happening in the United States.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This video tells the story of a young woman’s experience being Muslim in America.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This video highlights the increasing tension that has come across our country.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This video explores the challenges students of color face in schools and how they are funneled out of school and into the prison system.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
A short narrative about sexism. Produced during SYPP Spring 2019.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
A short narrative about micro-aggressions towards people of color. Produced during SYPP Spring 2019 semester.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
The full SYPP Fall 2018 screening. This video contains every project produced by students for the Fall 2018 semester.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This ideo looks into Mattingly's fashion foundation: this means her evolution in fashion.
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
This project is about racism and violence faced by young people in Cambridge. produced by India Cordero and Johnnie Williams
Xia Rondeau, Jun 10
A profile on Alia, a young person from Cambridge who is concerned with racism in school. Produced by Mattingly Wood and Allison Desir