Cambridge News

Richard Sheingold, Apr 15, 19
After hearing that the FCC wants to cut down sharply, if not, completely, local cable television, I decided to tell about how much life had changed. From childhood to my senior year in high school I wanted to be a writer and /or sports broadcaster I was accepted at Emerson...
Richard Sheingold, Apr 14, 19
As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, the little league is on the horizon. For the first time in Cambridge Little League history, the four divisions got together at the Cambridge High School for what is known as city-wide baseball. Instead of the children being...
City Council
Siobhan Bredin, Apr 14, 19
“We hear from survivor after survivor of sexual assault that when they disclosed what happened to them, people frequently said ‘are you sure?’” stated Katia Santiago-Taylor, M.S., Advocacy and Legislative Affairs Manager for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC), which was...
Richard Sheingold, Apr 11, 19
The Federal Communication Commission, also known as the FCC, has decided to put forth a proposal that would cut funding for Access Television. Some of the laws would be changed. The history of FCC agreement with cable would be changing; therefore people are using less cable....
Jesse Schoaf, Apr 4, 19
The Cambridge City Council’s Transit Advisory Committee met on Wednesday, April 3rd. Below are the four biggest takeaways from the meeting. The committee began the meeting with a presentation by MBTA staff providing an update on the transit signal priority pilot project. The...
Jesse Schoaf, Apr 1, 19
Jennifer Hochschild, a Professor of Government at Harvard University, gave a lecture about the relationship between genomics, ethnicity and race on March 27th at the Cambridge Public library as part of their Horizons: Breakthroughs in Science and Technology Lecture series. Her...
Huge pyramid photo
Helen Kobek, Mar 31, 19
“I don’t know how no one noticed this huge structure right here in the middle of Cambridge, all these years!” exclaimed Jeremy, a resident of Cambridge for 55 years. “It’s huge!” It’s actually 730 meters high, with a square footprint of 450 meters. Pretty huge, indeed....
Tanina Carrabotta, Mar 28, 19
Here is a photo story documenting my first studio show. This year was my first time producing a studio show at CCTV. I also wanted to share photos documenting what goes on behind the scenes. It takes many hard working people to make a studio show. Without help of volunteers, I...
Jesse Schoaf, Mar 27, 19
For the last couple of weeks, he's been preparing for an exhibition at the Lunder Arts Center on April 11th, 2019. He'll be showing some of his plaster castings, a body of work which he first conceived over two years ago. I got to sit down with him and talk about his art and...
Beverly Mire, Mar 22, 19
City Splash, the yearly (and rare!) opportunity for swimmers to jump into the Charles River, is set for Saturday, June 15. This year, for the first time, City Splash is being hosted by The Charles River Conservancy. Experienced swimmers are invited to register for the state-...
Tanina Carrabotta, Mar 19, 19
March featured a celebration of Chinese New Year at the Hong Kong restaurant. The long time Harvard Square restaurant opened its doors to the public with a festival of traditional arts. Performers danced with ribbons and fans. Some used their elegant flowing skirt in intricate...
Bimal Nepal , Mar 19, 19
Candlelight Vigil in City Hall in Cambridge MA for Victims of New Zealand Mosque Attacks