Cambridge News

Richard Sheingold, Sep 5, 19
there is a new mental health recovery resource that was born out of Mary Copelands wrap program.It has been named Wrap and peer support manual' a personal, group and program development. A peer is one who has graduated from the Wrap program. Shery Mead has joined forces with...
Ryan Normandin, Aug 26, 19
Lawrence Ferrara is a filmmaker who lives in Cambridge, MA. A multi-talented man who is a doctor of chiropractic, a documentarian, and a law student, Lawrence has always sought to find ways to help others. In this interview, Lawrence discusses the challenges he overcame in...
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Helen Kobek, Aug 25, 19
Imagine. Imagine. Imagine needing a thing. It can be any thing: a toaster oven, a cup of sugar (“I don’t need a whole bag to make flan.”), an apple for a new, mostly-tofu recipe, a replacement part for that super old thing that they don’t make replacement parts for anymore...
Lily Robinson, Aug 19, 19
Two weeks ago, at the weekly Harvard Common Concert Series, Latin American duo Sheila del Bosque and Nacho Gonzalez took the stage to introduce their audience to the kind of music that first inspired them. Both artists came to the U.S. to study at Berklee College of Music but...
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Siobhan Bredin, Aug 18, 19
I always find myself casting about for things to do in August, so I decided to remind myself of some of the some of my favorite free things to do in our fair city. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Stroll in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, the first garden garden-style cemetery...
Ryan Normandin, Aug 16, 19
If you've ever wanted to look inside of what makes a truly exceptional teacher tick, this interview is for you. Kevin Dua became the Massachusetts History Teacher of the Year in 2017, and it's clear as to why. In this interview, Kevin talks about the school experiences he had...
Lily Robinson, Aug 15, 19
David Fichter has been working as a muralist for over 30 years. He has mentored generations of high school students from around the world and continues to influence the culture of art and science in the Cambridge area.
Ryan Normandin, Aug 15, 19
Ginny Berkowitz is one of the original co-founders of CCTV and sat on the Board of Directors. Passionate about giving people equal access to media creation, Ginny identified an opportunity in the Cambridge Public Schools and worked for three years to build the school system's...
Richard Sheingold, Aug 14, 19
This month I will pick up where I left off in describing more about the Wrap Program to refresh your memory, the wrap program stands for wellness Recovery Acton Plan. The first step in developing your own wrap is to compile a tool box. It is a list to help yourself stay well. ....
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Helen Kobek, Aug 12, 19
Have a Narcissist or a Sociopath in Your Life? You’re in Good Company, and There’s a Cambridge Support Group for You If you have a true narcissist or sociopath in your life, you feel the consequences. It is no fun. It is harrowing. In truth, we all have some narcissism...
Ryan Normandin, Aug 6, 19
At the age of 48, Cheryl Suchors decided that she wanted to climb all 48 4000+ foot peaks in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Already no easy task, she overcame both the passing away of her hiking partner and her own battle with cancer in order to accomplish her goal. In...
Peter Levine, Aug 1, 19
This piece delves into various viewpoints on the Affordable Housing Overlay -- a zoning proposal aimed to increase opportunities for affordable housing developments in the city. Perspectives on the Affordable Housing Overlay from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo.