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she the people
Siobhan Bredin, Mar 8, 20
It was ironic, or perhaps, fitting, to attend a reading of She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women’s Equality at the Cambridge Public Library on the day after the front runner female...
Friedman at Geo Lecture
Joe Creason, Mar 6, 20
I sat down with William ‘Ned’ Friedman, Director of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, about an hour before his lecture at the Geo Lecture hall. The subject of his lecture: who discovered evolution? Textbooks from elementary schools to the graduate level will credit...
Richard Sheingold, Feb 24, 20
During the week except on holidays Cambridge Hospital treats senior citizens to a full course dinner in their cafeteria. Although the food is excellent bar none, this story is about a delightful woman named Cindy. You can find her doing any or all of the multi-tasked jobs. Cindy...
Richard Sheingold, Feb 24, 20
In Inman Square, and mostly by accident I came upon an affair at the East Cambridge Savings Bank. The bank was hosting a couple of new and unique vendors. This was part of the Thursday program put on by The East Cambridge which brings different situations to the Inman Community...
Peter Levine, Feb 21, 20
Cambridge Organization Profile: Central Square Business Improvement District (CSBID) from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo. A brief overview of Central Square Business Improvement District (CSBID). This video was created as part of CCTV's Community Video Profiles...
Picture of Kendall/MIT platform
Joe Creason, Feb 19, 20
While I’m fond of the T, Boston’s public train system certainly has its downfalls. More frequently than is ideal, Boston’s subway is subject to delays, shuttle reroutes and the cancellation of line service. Unfortunately for me one hurried morning, these plights...
100 years suffrage
Siobhan Bredin, Feb 19, 20
August 2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. Cambridge is commemorating this important milestone with both a public art project and an event series dedicated to the ongoing story of Women's Suffrage....
Peter Levine, Feb 13, 20
Coming Up Next on CCTV! | February 13, 2020 from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo. Coming Up Next on CCTV! is a short-form series highlighting many of the exciting things happening at Cambridge Community Television. On this episode, Josh interviews Maritza Grooms,...
Yewellyn A. Sanchez, Feb 12, 20
On Monday, February 10, Latinos gathered at the Cambridge Innovation Center for a screening and discussion session of the documentary Being Enye hosted by Latinos for Education. For filmmaker Denise Soler Cox, ñ (pronounced “en-ye) is more than just a letter of the Spanish...
Richard Sheingold, Feb 10, 20
On this mild warm January evening, I set out to watch a basketball game at the War Memorial Gymnasium in Cambridge. The tilt was between the Home Team Cambridge Falcons against the visiting Fenway Team from Boston. The first of four quarters saw the falcons jet out to a 19-11...
Richard Sheingold, Feb 10, 20
As we say goodbye to the practice space and welcome The Sugar House; change is happening here in Inman Square in Cambridge. I interviewed the owner Michelle. She was eager to fill me in about the workings of her store. The first thing she shared was that she had a second store...
Joe Creason, Feb 7, 20
Only a couple blocks off Massachusetts Avenue sits Cleenland, a home goods and supplies shop which is promoting sustainability in the heart of Cambridge. “Cleenland is a low waste personal and homecare shop, we buy in bulk so you don’t have to,” said Sarah Levy, who opened...