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Lesley Student Organization Shows Solidarity with Mizzou Black Students

On Monday, Nov. 4, Lesley University’s student organization Allied Against Oppression held a rally to demonstrate solidarity with University of Missouri’s black students.

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Inside the Architecture: Lechmere Point Corporation Houses

Only one house remains in East Cambridge to mark the legacy the Lechmere Point Corporation made in developing the area during the early 19th century.

Although the row of houses located on 25 Third Street and 45-51 Gore Street have gone through many changes since they were built around 1821, Lechmere Point Corporation’s architectural influences can be found in the construction of many houses in East Cambridge today.

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Pride & Prejudice

Messianic Judaism Perspectives in Multiculturalism

Multicultural Reporting Assignment w Patricia Egessa, CCTV Instructor

Assuming that the class focus would be on covering journalism in only “black and white”, I thought the class would not be interesting or of value. Instead, we were immediately challenged to face evil within ourselves, revealing elitist attitudes and deep seated fears.

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Not for Nothin' with Reverend Eno Mondesir

Haitian Baptist Church is offering a Thanksgiving dinner to students

Susan Fleischmann interviews Reverend Eno Mondesir of the Haitian Baptist Church. The church, celebrating its 36th anniversary, is offering a Thanksgiving dinner for students who do not have a place to go.  To RSVP, email

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Lone Star Taco Bar - 635 Cambridge Street

Why a "townie tour (review) of new Cambridge Street restaurants?" Because the media never asks. So let's find out what the regular folk think of their new neighbors. For more dialog on this adventure:

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Yes it is true, for many years Inman Square has been a dining destination for people from outside the neighborhood. Many fancy restaurants have come and gone and it is also true that many of these restaurants were out of the financial reach of a large swath of Inman Square/Wellington-Harrington residents.

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The Children's Clothing Exchange is currently open and is being run by volunteers at its regular hours: Tues (10-4), Wed (10-7) and Thurs (10-4).

The Solutions at Work board decided, after many months of discussions, that the best way to preserve its programs for the future would be to find larger, financially stronger organizations to absorb and grow the programs.  Since August, the board has been working diligently to identify such organizations, and the expected outcome now appears to be better than anything for which we could have hoped. 

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Inside the Architecture: Mason and Hamlin Company

One of the leading piano and organ manufacturers during the Golden Age of the Piano was once located right in Kendall Square.

A factory once stood at 162 Broadway Street where pianos and organs were handcrafted in the 19th and 20th century. The factory was founded by two men with very different backgrounds, but one goal: to create the world’s finest musical instruments.  Their vision was a success.

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Cambridge InsideOut for Nov. 10

Robert Winters and Judy Nathans talk Cambridge civics, politics, elections, government

Get analysis from the Nov. 3 Cambridge municipal elections in these two episodes of Cambridge InsideOut

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NeighborMedia Tonight for Nov. 10, 2015

Frank Morris interviews Toni Bee, community reporter from the Port

Toni Bee was one of the first reporters with NeighborMedia when it was founded in 2007. Since then, she's covered stories that might have otherwise gone unreported, interviewed people who might have otherwise gone unnoticed, and impacted the Cambridge community through her powerful citizen journalism. Learn more about Toni and how her role in NeighborMedia has made a difference when you watch this episode.