Cambridge News

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
Meet the Honorees
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
Richard Sheingold, Jun 28, 19
Bicycling in Cambridge used to be unpopular. Then came bicycling via the now popular Blue Bike program. The yearly price is $99. Blue Bikes can be useful even if you own your own bike Blue Bikes is a convenient way to get around town. Blue Bikes have expanded from last year. In...
Richard Sheingold, Jun 27, 19
The Department of Public Works or DPW goes above and beyond the needs of all people who use the cities sidewalks. Regardless of your age or ability, those who walk, bide, roll (skateboard), stroll, take the bus, drive or use any means to get around. The DPW goes to great lengths...
Peter Levine, Jun 27, 19
Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) Neighbor's Iftar from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo. A short documentary showing an evening during Ramadan where Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) invited neighbors and community members to join them in their Iftar (break-fast...
Tanina Carrabotta, Jun 24, 19
Summer is here. Are you looking for an outdoor adventure but don't want to leave Cambridge? Stop by and rent a kayak at Kendall Square. You can paddle on your own or with a friend in a two person kayak. There are so many exciting places to see on the Charles River. I took some...
Entrance to the Hurley Street Neighborhood Farm
Lily Robinson, Jun 21, 19
If you’ve ever eaten a peach in December, you know that even produce that can be grown in New England is often shipped to your local grocery store from afar. According to a summary produced by the USDA, 3 states: California, Arizona, and Florida, accounted for just over 75% of...
Susan Fleischmann, Jun 19, 19
John Heymann is a photographer who has been living and working in Cambridge for decades. Photographs from his current project, "Mass Ave in Cambridge," are now on view in CCTV'd Karen Aqua Gallery. 6-17-2019