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Jun 21, 2019 Hasson Rashid's Community Preservation ACT (CPA) 2020 Project Proposal delivered at CPA public Hearing at Cambridge City Hall on June 20, 2019 is as follows: Title "Providing Useful, Sustainable, and Affordable Housing for Those Who are Experiencing Homelessness." Peace Be Unto You Everybody My project proposal for Community Preservation Act Funding (CPA) falls within the Affordable... more
Entrance to the Hurley Street Neighborhood Farm, One of the Farm's young volunteers explores the gardens, Harvest of leafy greens to be brought to one of the city's food pantry programs
Jun 21, 2019 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 profits from U.S. grown fruits and vegetables in 2017. However, for those in search of local produce, fresh fruits and... more
Jun 13, 2019 Rock has been involved with CCTV since 2003! more
Jun 11, 2019 A discussion with Sharon Zimmerman, the Executive Director of Cambridge Camping, about the organization's 125th anniversary and the growth of its programs. 6-10-2019 more
Jun 7, 2019 more
Jun 7, 2019 Community Media Stories | Afnan Nehela from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo. Afnan became involved at CCTV last year after working as a Youth Counselor in the Mayor's Program. Learn more about Cambridge Community Television at more
May 23, 2019 Richard has been involved with CCTV for around 3 years. In that time he has been honing his broadcasting skills through his live television program and by taking various classes. more
May 14, 2019 Please join us for a screening of work produced by teens in CCTV's Youth Media Program on May 28 at 6 pm at CCTV. The Youth Media Program is a vibrant media arts and work experience program offered in collaboration with Enroot and the Cambridge Housing Authority. more
May 14, 2019 Cambridge Community Television seeks Programming Coordinator Cambridge Community Television seeks an energetic, ambitious, creative, detail-oriented individual who is committed to providing engaging alternative media to the Cambridge community, and is dedicated to working in a diverse, ever-changing environment devoted to providing access to technology and the media for everyone. Duties... more
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Huge pyramid photo, Thought box with question mark, thought box with lightbul
Mar 31, 2019 “I don’t know how no one noticed this huge structure right here in the middle of Cambridge, all these years!” exclaimed Jeremy, a resident of Cambridge for 55 years. “It’s huge!” It’s actually 730 meters high, with a square footprint of 450 meters. Pretty huge, indeed. Well, it’s been discovered now: An ancient pyramid, right here in Our Fair City. And after the blush of pride, shock, and... more
Mar 25, 2019 Following are the candidates for Board of Directors. The election will take place at the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 Each candidate was asked to answer the following three questions: • Why do you want to serve on the CCTV Board of Directors? • What is your vision for CCTV and how will you achieve it? • What relevant experience do you bring to this position? Candidates... more
Mar 22, 2019 City Splash, the yearly (and rare!) opportunity for swimmers to jump into the Charles River, is set for Saturday, June 15. This year, for the first time, City Splash is being hosted by The Charles River Conservancy. Experienced swimmers are invited to register for the state-sanctioned swim to celebrate the Charles River’s comeback and its designation by the EPA as one of the cleanest urban... more
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Mar 2, 2019 On March 30th, 2018, MIT opened its doors to Mohammed bin Salman - the crown prince of Saudi Arabia sparking questions about the elite institution’s obligation to the wider Cambridge community and its willingness to be transparent. Almost a year later, a group of Cambridge residents are still demanding that the institution reckon with these questions. Grif Peterson, Caitlyn Olson, Ryan Costello,... more
Feb 26, 2019 Get in Shape for Women, a Cambridge gym located at 1764 Mass Ave., hosted a fundraising event for kettlebells4kids this past Friday. Get in Shape for Women opened its doors to men and children for Bootcamp Challenges where participants worked out for 45-minute sessions at the gym while raising money for kettlebells4kids. “We want to do our part to raise awareness and money [to combat... more
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Feb 6, 2019 Yours In Peace Mr. Hasson Rashid Citizen Journalist/Human Service Advocate City Council/City Hall Advocate and Advocacy Homeless/ Low Income Housing Advocate Cambridge, MA/ 2/5/19 more
Jan 24, 2019 more