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May 24, 2017 The 5th Boston JerkFest is an out-door/in-door family-friendly Caribbean style foodie festival features Jamaican jerk hot spiced food and spicy foods, live music, Chef Demos, and fun for the whole family. Located in the South End and home of Boston's foodie epicenter, the event takes at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, 41 Berkeley Street, south End, Boston. The festival has been... more
Jul 1, 2016 In the August 2016 edition of the Cambridge Calendar, Jeremy Ogusky will discuss the KrautMob and food preparation workshops of the Boston Fermentation Festival, and Larry Ward will talk about the great musicians coming to this year's Cambridge Jazz Festival. We can also tell you where to learn about prescribed forest fires, beer at the Franklin Park Zoo, and a bunch of other things you can do in... more
Apr 1, 2016 This clip features Melissa Honig and the Watch City Steampunk Festival on May 7, 2016, 10AM-5PM, in Waltham, MA. The Cambridge Calendar television program pulls together details on all the events in Cambridge - so that you don't have to! We aggregate community calendars from the city government, local non-profits, universities, and community groups and present it all in a condensed 15-minute... more
Nov 10, 2015 According to the East Cambridge Business Association: "The Rib Fest is a culinary showdown pitting pit master against pit master for the title of the best ribs in town. The event is perfect for all ages so come and enjoy some BBQ, live music and so much more. There will be plenty of food and fun to be had, but for the best chance to sample a variety of ribs and to cast your vote, you’ll need a... more
Jun 17, 2015 Produced by Nidjee Lisson during the School Year Production Program Spring 2015. more
Jun 17, 2015 A conversation with Hunter Caldwell and Mack Alcott of Tupelo Restaurant about all things chicken. Produced by Neverson Nherisson during the School Year Production Program Spring 2015. more
Jun 17, 2015 Produced by Yanka Petri and D'Mathew Ferreira during the School Year Production Program Spring 2015. more
Jun 17, 2015 Urban City by Mathew Ferreira during The School Year Production Program Spring 2015. more
Mar 11, 2015 As a part-time Cambridge resident, and full time college student, my friends and I are constantly looking for fun, and more importantly, free things to do. Of course, if you ask just about anyone, free and fun are two of the biggest qualifications for both weekend and weekday activities. If those are two of your requirements for recreational activities, then you’re in luck because Geeks Who Drink... more
Feb 2, 2015 Who cares about the weather when you've just won the Super Bowl and successfully inflated, nationally disgraced deflated balls, eh? I predict a lot of whistling while we work today shoveling another foot or more of snow. One of the signs held by Pats fans at the Super Bowl stadium in Glendale, Arizona, read, "Get the Job Done," an all around true Boston sentiment. But that was yesterday and today... more
Jan 4, 2015 Tails of the City is the show that talks about pets, working animals, and all the other critters that share our neighborhood with us. In this episode, we'll talk to Julian Smith from the Office of Consumer Affairs about tenancy laws and pets, and we'll talk to Marlo Manning from Fairy DogParents who works to prevent dogs from being surrendered to animal shelters when their medical bills run too... more
Jan 4, 2015 Tails of the City is the show that talks about pets, working animals, and all the other critters that share our neighborhood with us. In this episode, we'll talk to two Pet Partner teams who travel to local hospitals to visit recovering patients. Heads up, Kyle Weinstein and their doodle, Albert Weinstein, give us a great talk - as well as Marsha Craig and her miniature horse, Lily! Monica... more
Jan 4, 2015 of the City is the show that talks about pets, working animals, and all the other critters that share our neighborhood with us. In this episode, we'll talk to City Councillor Craig Kelley about owning exotic chickens and ducks within city limits and what impact that has on neighbors and local zoning ordinance. Monica Collins of Ask Dog Lady has some comments about anacondas in New Jersey and... more
Jan 4, 2015 Tails of the City is the show that talks about pets, working animals, and all the other critters that share our neighborhood with us. In this episode, we'll talk to Clodagh and John Drummey who added a rescue dog to their family at about the same time they added a new baby, and we'll talk to Julian Smith from the Office of Consumer Affairs about the laws that protect new pet owners from bad... more
Jan 4, 2015 Tails of the City is the show that talks about pets, working animals, and all the other critters that share our neighborhood with us. In this episode, we'll talk to Sgt. E.J. Frammartino about dogs serving on the police force in as canine officers and introduces his K9 partner, Officer Dixie. We'll meet Sassy Outwater as she discusses how service animals function for people with disabilities.... more
Jan 4, 2015 Tails of the City is the show that talks about pets, working animals, and all the other critters that share our neighborhood with us. In this episode, we'll talk to Jen Brais, Assistant Coordinator of Public Health and Emergency Preparedness in Cambridge discusses how to care for your animals in extreme weather conditions as well as Brian Gover, Deputy Fire Chief and local Emergency Planning... more
Dec 24, 2014 This is the second of what I hope is a yearly column about taking back Christmas, making it our own again. Once again Christmas, for me, came back in the form of my wonderful nephew Jake. What I didn’t say about Jake when I wrote this column last Christmas is that he is high-functioning autistic. Through him I’ve learned a lot not only about how easy it is to love someone who’s perceived to be... more
Dec 18, 2014 This personal narrative by Finn Corcoran compares Hip Hop and computers as a way to relax. more
Nov 1, 2014 NeighborMedia had the opportunity to cover another crowning achievement for the Charles River Conservancy, the ground breaking of The Lynch Family Skatepark at North Point Park. Even though the ceremony began on a rainy Friday morning October 23, 2014 during a Nor’easter, it did not stop famous dignitary attendees coming from across the state and country to mark this auspicious occasion. For... more
Oct 3, 2014 Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday, celebrated Oct. 31-Nov. 2, that commemorates the lives of our dearly departed. Director, producer and reporter Frank Morris conducts an interview with Deb Colburn, the owner of Nomad, a local and independent shop in Cambridge, Mass., that sells international goods. Their discussion concerns how this holiday has spread from south of the border to New England... more
Aug 14, 2014 This six-part miniseries features discussions with guests about adopting pets through agencies, protecting consumers when buying pets, caring for sick pets while balancing a budget, working with seeing-eye dogs, training police department K9 units, treating hospital patients with pet therapy, clips from the Humane Society of the United States, and a whole lot of advice on tough situations with... more

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