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Siobhan Bredin, Sep 30, 19
Founded in 2010, Together Boston is an annual music festival in Cambridge and Boston that attracts tens of thousands of people every year. The primary focus is to emphasize the unity of music, art and technology – and their propagation in the cities of Boston and Cambridge. For...
Beverly Mire, Sep 30, 19
I'm thirsty now! Fayerweather Street
Tanina Carrabotta, Sep 25, 19
Everyone knows eating veggies is good for your health and good for the planet. Why not have a meatless Monday and explore these tasty vegetarian dishes around town. My list is not about flavorless mock meat and rubbery fake cheeses. I decided to showcase the best vegetarian...
Cambridge Art Walk
Tanina Carrabotta, Sep 25, 19
What will you do this weekend? Can't decide between hiking or going to the local art museum? Why not take a Cambridge Art Walk. I made a map of some of most interesting free public art. Here is some information on the places I photographed. "My Totem" is a mural created by...
Peter Levine, Sep 24, 19
Stories from the Archives: The History of Voting In Cambridge for African Americans and Women from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo. In the premiere episode of Stories from the Archives, CPL archivist Alyssa Pacy discusses the history of voting for African Americans...
Susan Fleischmann, Sep 24, 19
An interview with the Co-Managing Directors of Per Scholas, an organization that provides tuition-free tech and certification training for those interested in preparing for a career in Information Technology. 9-23-2019
Susan Fleischmann, Sep 19, 19
For each municipal election, CCTV offers candidates for the local office the opportunity to record brief personal statements. Here are the 2019 candidate statements.
Cambridge Open Studios 2019
Siobhan Bredin, Sep 17, 19
Cambridge is a great place to enjoy all kinds of art and this September is no exception. From September 25 through September 29 two annual events will offer an array of arts in venues all across Cambridge and CCTV News will be there covering them. Local Art: 11th Annual...
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...
Image of Buy Nothing Project banner. The word "Buy" is colorful, with images of objects.
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...