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Aug 10, 2018 Yours In Peacehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkpqY2yvcu0 Mr. Hasson J. Rashid Cambridge, MA August 11, 2018 Also, Check out the Following: Do you have legal problems? Can't afford a lawyer? Want to learn how to win in just a few hours and get justice for yourself and your loved ones? Just click the following link and ORDER this amazing legal self-help course. I checked it out, and IT REALLY... more
Jul 31, 2018 A discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about the tragic loss of Richelle Robinson, a fifteen year old Cambridge teen who was killed last week. Also, the relationships of police and communities of color. 7-30-2018 more
Jul 30, 2018 Jessica Eshleman of Union Square Main Streets joins us to talk about the What the Fluff? Festival in Somerville. Marshmallow fluff was invented in Somerville and they throw a huge rager to celebrate. Also, Julie has to explain to Max that Magazine Beach is a park in Cambridge, not a place where people go to read magazines. This program is produced by staff and volunteers at Cambridge Community... more
Jul 25, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3vV9xHJvYU Also, Check out the Following: Do you have legal problems? Can't afford a lawyer? Want to learn how to win in just a few hours and get justice for yourself and your loved ones? Just click the following link and ORDER this amazing legal self-help course. I checked it out, and IT REALLY WORKS! www.howtowinincourt.com/FrameSet.cfm?mTitle=QOrderAuthorize... more
Jul 13, 2018 A conversation with author Katherine Howe and Society board member Ed Rodley, 4th generation Cambridge Irish-American, about two defining Cambridge types—Brahmins and City People—at the heart of where Cambridge is from. Also featuring a peek into the Society’s archives with a brief look at the Susan Nichols’ journals from the late 1800s, with Archivist Maggie Hoffman and Intern Lydia MacKay.... more
Jul 11, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnfWOWxvpKc&feature=youtu.behttps://www.cctvcambridge.org/30YearsIn30Weeks PLEASE ALSO CHECK OUT: + OBTAIN CERTIFIED JUSTICE OR ELSE IN THE JUDICIAL COURT SYSTEM, BY CHECKING OUT THE FOLLOWING LINK: www.howtowinincourt.com/FrameSet.cfm?mTitle=QOrderAuthorize&refercode=RH...https://HowToWinInCourt.com/?refercode=RH0006; www.HowToWinInCourt.com?refercode=... more
Jul 11, 2018 Peace Be Unto You, Dear Cambridge recently I submitted a project idea for Community Preservation ACT (CPA) Funding, it is in the Affordable Housing category. Following you will find a brief summary of my project idea, supporting documentations as attachments, and information about the local CPA project funding process. My project idea is as follows: My project calls for the creation of a Tiny... more
Jul 10, 2018 Peace Be Unto You Cambridge,MA I just submitted a project idea for this year's round of the participatory Budgeting Competition, entitled "Laundry Truck (s) for the Homeless!" Later on in the year I will ask Cambridge to vote for my PB Project idea, but I would like to first introduce my PB project idea to Cambridge's public at large. Following you all will find a brief account of my project, its... more
Jul 10, 2018 Youth Media Coordinator Cambridge Community Television is the public access television and computer multimedia center serving the extraordinary city of Cambridge, Massachusetts. CCTV is seeking a part-time Youth Media Coordinator for our year-round teen program. The Youth Media Program teaches teens media making and career readiness skills as they work as media artists to create media exploring... more
Blind woman with black poodle guide dog crossing Mass. Ave. in Central Square
Jul 2, 2018 Answer: To get to the other side, and she most likely didn’t need your help to do it. This riddle might not be as endearing as the time-honored chicken street crossing riddle, but it’s substantially more socially relevant to the roughly 450 blind or vision impaired (BVI) people who live here in Cambridge. BVI folks cross streets every day, as do many other souls, and for the same reasons: to go... more
Jul 2, 2018 Second Chance! Walking Tour of the Port with Marian Darlington-Hope & Joe Galusha We will focus on the history of the Caribbean community in the Port through personal stories in the context of places of work, education, worship, and outreach. Tour starts at 10:30am sharp. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early. more
Jul 2, 2018 Please note different locations for Walking Tour and History Café 5:30pm: Walking Tour of the Port with Marian Darlington-Hope & Joe Galusha Tour starts at 5:30pm sharp at Squirrel Brand Park, 268 Broadway, Cambridge - note different locations We will focus on the history of the Caribbean community in the Port through personal stories in the context of places of work, education, worship, and... more
Jun 29, 2018 Jo Guthrie joins us to describe Theater@First's upcoming series of short plays, the Festival@First, in August 2018 where all pieces experiment with the themes of heros and villains. Also see how Julie tries to convince that Max should go hang out at Caturday in Boston Common, or go bathe in the woods in the Arnold Arboretum. And you'll get a dose of a municipal calendar filled with coolish city... more
Jun 26, 2018 Leavitt & Peirce may just be the oldest small business in Cambridge. Located in its original location since 1883, this tobacco and cigar shop has withstood the whims of time, while accruing the historical content of Harvard Square’s distinguished past. The owner of Leavitt & Peirce, Paul Macdonald, is the perfect Harvard Square personality. In personable conversation, he is equal parts... more
Jun 21, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TylLO86HwNU&t=195shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXYhR3xmZvQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLHRh8epFdU&t=156s PLEASE ALSO CHECK OUT: + OBTAIN CERTIFIED JUSTICE OR ELSE IN THE JUDICIAL COURT SYSTEM, BY CHECKING OUT THE FOLLOWING LINK: www.howtowinincourt.com/FrameSet.cfm?mTitle=QOrderAuthorize&refercode=RH...https://HowToWinInCourt.com/?refercode=... more
Jun 18, 2018 That is what two strangers gave to the barefoot mother and jacket-less child who ran out into the cold December day, when Berkshire Street erupted and then became engulfed in billowing flames. She and her one-year-old son were the last residents to exit the Just-A-Start rental property, St. Patrick’s Place, on the corner of Berkshire and York Streets, December 3, 2016. As the young mother stood... more
Jun 15, 2018 In late 2017, CCTV began a collaboration with the Cambridge Public Library to work with students in the library's genealogy workshops. The purpose of the program, funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Cambridge Arts Council, was to teach those who had been studying their families' histories the technical skills to produce digital stories about their families. On June 14, their work... more
Jun 12, 2018 A discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about Boston Pride - the changes from the Pride "March" to the Pride "Parade." 6-11-2018 more
Jun 7, 2018 https://www.accenture.com/us-en/service:cultivating-change-human-services PLEASE ALSO CHECK OUT: + OBTAIN CERTIFIED JUSTICE OR ELSE IN THE JUDICIAL COURT SYSTEM, BY CHECKING OUT THE FOLLOWING LINK: www.howtowinincourt.com/FrameSet.cfm?mTitle=QOrderAuthorize&refercode=RH...https://HowToWinInCourt.com/?refercode=RH0006; www.HowToWinInCourt.com?refercode=RH0006;www.Jurisdictionary.com?refercode... more
Jun 5, 2018 An interview with Shiela Moore, Chief Executive Officer of the Hildebrand Family Self Help Center. The Center partners with homeless families by providing shelter, permanent housing, training and work readiness programs, and life skill development. 6-4-2018 more
May 25, 2018 This episode features the World Naked Bike Ride Boston, which has hundreds of people hitting the streets in their birthday suits, and Anvard Dagorhir, which has hundreds of people hitting each other - literally - with swords, axes, javelins on Boston Common. Boston has never been so raw. Also, watch Max flip flop on oceanographic issues. And, as usual, we've also got your regular monthly dose... more

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