Cambridge News

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.
Richard Sheingold, Jul 31, 19
As we are about to enter another decade; there have been so many new and improved treatments of what was once considered diseases that were not only untreatable but often times an outcome of death. One of the aforementioned diseases is depression .The Wrap program also treats...
Richard Sheingold, Jul 30, 19
The little baseball league officially came to a close in June with the West Division Minor League and Major League teams winning the Mayor's Cup trophies. Starting in July, there was born a summer league which was held at the North Divisions Home fields. The name of there...
Ryan Normandin, Jul 25, 19
Virginia Pye is a Cambridge author who has published two novels and, most recently, a collection of short stories. In this interview, she discusses the long road she's walked in getting her work published and her thoughts on many of her characters and stories. Be sure to...
Lily Robinson, Jul 23, 19
It’s a perfect night to be on the Charles River: 70° with a light breeze and partial cloud cover. Nearby, the Cambridge streets are clogged with rush hour traffic but step into Magazine Beach Park and the atmosphere could not be more contrastive. The 17 acre public park...
Susan Fleischmann, Jul 23, 19
A discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about the response to President Trump's racist "send them back" tweets about four congresswomen of color. 7-22-2019
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Siobhan Bredin, Jul 19, 19
On June 27, 2019, a formal unveiling of the two streets renamed recently to honor two African American Cantabrigdian women active in human rights work, Harriet Jacobs and Gertrude Wright Morgan, took place at Cambridge Crossing. The street renaming was a collaborative effort...
Ryan Normandin, Jul 17, 19
Daniel Jackson is a professor of computer science at MIT who has become a mental health advocate. In this interview, Prof. Jackson shares his thoughts on resilience, overcoming failure, and building a culture that revolves around learning rather than grades. Check out his...
Susan Fleischmann, Jul 16, 19
A discussion with musician, podcast and video producer, gardener, and baker Kristina Kehrer about creativity and her creative process.
Lily Robinson, Jul 15, 19
Fifteen years ago, the area of open space now known as Lusitania Field was a soccer complex. Today, it is a dense meadow of wildflowers woven with walking paths well trodden by local joggers, walkers, and bicyclists. The area acts as a buffer between Fresh Pond and the...
Ryan Normandin, Jul 8, 19