This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television.
- Saul Tannenbaum reports on Department of Homeland Security meeting held Cambridge this week: "DHS To Test Biological Sensors by Releasing Dead Bacteria on the Red Line."
- Beverly Mire profiles the MSYEP and its commitment to Cambridge teens: "Why We Live Here: The Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program."
- Saul Tannenbaum analyzes the selection of Community Representatives for setting city technology strategy: "Why Are a Microsoft Lobbyist and a Google Sales Executive Helping Cambridge Set Technology Policy?"
- Susana Segat interviews Cambridge's Ranger Jean and highlights activities coming up at 2012's Fresh Pond Day [w/ VIDEO]: "Fresh Pond Goes Wild - Saturday."
- Susana Segat shares a moment of Mother's Day peace and harmony, brought to you by mother goose [w/ VIDEO]: "A mothering moment."
- Toni Bee heads out late and gushes about a fun Friday night out in Central Square: "Not Blogging at @ 3am."
Upcoming Cambridge Events
- May 19
- Cambridge Open Studios 2012: North and West
- Cambridge Symphony Orchestra Benefit Concert for Disabled Veterans
- May 21
- CCTV's Introduction to Photoshop Class
- MA Campaign for a U.S. Dept. of Peace presents: The Dhamma Brothers (film)
- May 23
- Computer Help Available for Women
- CCTV's Edit III: Advanced Final Cut Pro 7 Class
- CCTV's Studio Lighting Class
- CCTV's Audio 101 Class
- Green Streets Initiative's MBTA Poster Contest Winners' Reception
- May 24
- In Our Own Voice: Living with Mental Illness
- Using CCTV's Website Class
- You Talking To Me?: Perfecting The On-Air Interview
- Connecting for Justice
- Ongoing Events
- Portuguese Cinema: The School of Reis: The films and legacy of António Reis and Margarida Cordeiro (May 18-May 26)
- Cupcake A New Musical (May 11 - June 23)
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