BBQ Gallery

Sep 11, 2008 CCTV's Backyard BBQ is now just a week away! You can buy your tickets at the door, or you can purchase them in advance by visiting CCTV or our online store. Where else can you help yourself to a wide selection of the best Cambridge-area cuisine in one sitting? At this year's BBQ, our volunteers will be serving up everything from Redbones' ribs to Four Burgers' veggie burgers, so come hungry and... more
Sep 4, 2008 Take your pick: A baseball signed by Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia... a RockBand II bundle autographed by the game's developers at Harmonix.. or an autographed photo of Celtics player Rajon Rondo! There's only one place to win these items and many, many more: CCTV's Backyard BBQ on Thursday, Sept. 18th. The silent auction will begin at 5:30 p.m. and it will close at 7:30 that evening.... more
Sep 3, 2008 Simon Shapiro is the co-owner of TAGS Hardware, Porter Square, with his wife Margaret Moran. In addition to being a founding member of the Cambridge Arts Council and the Cambridge Bicycle Committee, he was appointed to the founding board of CCTV two years prior to the opening of the first studio at One Kendall Square. He is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Somerville. more
Sep 3, 2008 Ellen Semonoff has served as the Assistant City Manager for Human Services for the City of Cambridge since 2004. Her responsibilities include leadership and day-to-day management of City’s twenty-one million dollar Human Services Department, including childcare programs, community and youth programs, substance abuse programs, services for homeless residents, workforce development programs,... more
Sep 3, 2008 Nancy Ryan retired in 2006 as Executive Director of the Cambridge Women’s Commission after serving for 25 years. She was President of the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Massachusetts from 2004 to 2008 and has been a member of its Board for 18 years. She lives in Cambridge. more
Sep 3, 2008 Nancy Ryan retired in 2006 as Executive Director of the Cambridge Women’s Commission after serving for 25 years. She was President of the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Massachusetts from 2004 to 2008 and has been a member of its Board for 18 years. She lives in Cambridge. more
Sep 3, 2008 Judy Richardson is a Senior Producer with Northern Light Productions in Boston, producing African American historical documentaries for TV and museums. She was on the staff of the Civil Rights Movement’s Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) for three years, an experience that influenced all her future work. Judy writes, lectures nationally and conducts teacher workshops on the history... more
Sep 3, 2008 Susan Richards has served as the Out of School Time Coordinator for the City of Cambridge’s Agenda for Children from 2001 to present. Her previous work experience includes developing and directing the award winning Teen Media Program at the Community Art Center in Cambridge from 1985 to 1993 after which she became the organization’s Executive Director, serving in that capacity from 1994 to 2001.... more
Sep 3, 2008 Gail Pettiford Willett, a board member for South African Partners, has worked in the human services field for 30 years. She recently retired as the Program Coordinator for the Cambridge Public Library and is now a Nutrition and Health Coach. She has worked as a consultant and researcher of children's books and was the owner/founder of Savanna Books, a bookstore specializing in books about... more
Sep 3, 2008 Charles Ogletree, the Harvard Law School Jesse Climenko Professor of Law and Vice Dean for the Clinical Programs, is a prominent legal theorist. In 2000, Professor Ogletree was selected by the National Law Journal as one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America. He has received numerous awards and has a long record of commitment and service to public schools and higher education. He served... more
Sep 3, 2008 Nancy Murray is the Director of Education at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Massachusetts. She is the author of Rights Matter: the Story of the Bill of Rights. Nancy holds a B.Phil. and Ph.D. in Modern History from Oxford University. She has considerable experience as a teacher, scholar and social activist in Great Britain, Kenya, and the Middle East as well as the United States,... more
Sep 3, 2008 George R. Metzger, President of HMFH Architects, Inc., has dedicated his career to the design of educational, housing, and community facilities. In his capacity as an architect, as well as his role in numerous civic organizations, including board membership for the Central Square Business Association and membership in the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Metzger has worked to maintain a... more
Sep 3, 2008 Dyanne P. London works at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless and teaches at Lesley University. She received her PhD from Boston University. While at CCTV, she produced several programs of author readings at SISTAHS’ Bookstore, her investment club and the play dates with her goddaughter, Genita. Dyanne was on the MAC and more recently on the Board. Also, she was a co-host of Helping Families be... more
Sep 3, 2008 Jeff Lockwood is the Executive Director of Communications for Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR). In this capacity, he is responsible for handling global media relations issues, and developing and maintaining relationships with community and business groups in Massachusetts. He currently serves as a board member of Cambridge Family and Children’s Services, the Cambridge Chamber... more
Sep 3, 2008 Margaret Lazarus is an Academy Award winning independent documentary filmmaker. She is a senior lecturer at Tufts University and was the co-founder with Renner Wunderlich of Cambridge Documentary Films, Inc., a non-profit filmmaking and distribution organization. You can read about her work at more
Sep 3, 2008 Trinidadian born, Boston-bred, Rudy Hypolite is an independent filmmaker of documentary and narrative projects. In addition to his other films in production, he currently works as a producer and digital video editor for Harvard University’s Harvard@Home multimedia website ( Rudy has worked at Cambridge Community Television, WFNX-FM Radio and for the USA Network’s The... more
Sep 3, 2008 Sarah Gallop is Co-Director of Government and Community Relations at MIT. She has served as a liaison to the Cambridge community since 1990, working with residents, government officials, businesses, and regulatory bodies on projects and issues of mutual interest. Sarah has been actively involved with many Cambridge organizations including the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, East Cambridge... more
Sep 3, 2008 Susan Flannery is Director of Libraries for the City of Cambridge. She is past president of the Massachusetts Library Association and the Rotary Club of Cambridge and a former board member of the Guidance Center, Inc. and the ACLU of Massachusetts. Her honors include the Leading Role Award, CCTV, 2005; Friend to Writers Award, PEN New England, 2004; Outstanding Library Advocate of the 20th... more
Sep 3, 2008 Since 1981, Fred Fantini has been a consistent advocate for students, high standards, accessible schools and sound financial management as a member of the Cambridge School Committee. Fred is a lifelong resident of Cambridge, attended its public schools, and is a graduate from both Bentley and Cambridge College. Fred serves as the Deputy Treasurer-Town of Arlington and the Treasurer/Secretary for... more
Sep 3, 2008 Joseph Douillette is a Boston-based video artist and educator. He directs the Fast Forward Teen Video Program at the Institute of Contemporary Art and runs Egg Rock Media, a production and consulting business. He is currently an artist-in-residence with the Vermont Arts Exchange Arts and Healing program, teaching media art to patients living with chronic disabling diseases. more
Sep 3, 2008 Terry DeLancey has been at the Agassiz Neighborhood Council for 27 years, and in that time she has been involved in community projects and partnerships from flooding mitigation to bridging the digital divide. Terry began her career as an educator, and her first priority remains children’s program development, most notably arts after school and the Maud Morgan Visual Arts Center. Terry lives in... more