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Cambridge Police Department Unveils Mini-Video Series "The Journey of a Recovering Opioid Addict"

“…the more we talk about addiction as a medical disease,the more acceptance there will be.” Marylou Sudders, Secretary, Executive Office of Health and Human Services

Tiki giving his perspective on the road to recovery from opioid addiction during an interview.

The Cambridge Police Department recently unveiled a new mini-video series called “The Journey of a Recovering Opioid Addict.” Intended to help educate residents about the dangers of opioid addiction, the interview-based series consists of seven short 1- 2 minute videos. Each video highlights “Tiki,” a former Belmont resident, who shares his journey of addiction and recovery, due in part to the Cambridge Police Department.

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Not for Nothin' - Robert Gittens, Cambridge Family and Children's Service

an interview with the Executive Director of Cambridge Family and Children's Service

Susan Fleischmann interviews Robert Gittens, the new Executive Director of Cambridge Family and Children's Service. 9-19-2016

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On The Rise Benefit Dinner

September 15 event opens doors for women in need

Photos: 1) On The Rise Board Chair Carol Goss  

2) Event Chairs Janna Murgia and Jack Hoppin

3) OTR Community Advocates with poet and speaker Alexandria Long (3rd from left, in black) 

4) Board members and supporters Norah Mann, Will and Alana Rusin, Josh Gerber, Lauren Barnes, Bela Bashar  

5) OTR Exec. Dir. Martha Sandler

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COPD final paper

The last two things I will guide you on are fitness pointers and nutrition. AS always, be sure to talk with your health care professional about your respiratory care needs and breathing techniques. People with COPD, who use low intensity exercise routines, may bring positive results. Even a little exercise goes a long way. Exercise, even light exercise can help you feel more energetic. It also helps to condition your muscles to condition your muscles. You must take exercise slowly.

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Water in Unexpected Ways

Wendy Prellwitz Floats Metaphors into the Chandler Gallery

“I wanted to challenge myself to represent water in unexpected ways,” says artist Wendy Prellwitz. The paintings and monotypes in her upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery juxtapose night with day, solidity with fluidity, and the concrete with the unknowable while depicting water in abstracted textures and shades of magenta, orange and black.

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ANNA RAE!

CURATOR OF "ALL TOGETHER NOW"

Anna Rae with the pretty name is a cerebral type musician with an austere exterior, and sweet and supportive soul.

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Sound off on the 2016 Presidential Election!

Cambridge Community Television to Host Mock ‘Presidential Debate’ for PARK(ing) Day, Sept. 16

The candidates have had their say. Now is the time to have yours. On Friday, September 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Cambridge Community Television and its citizen journalism team at NeighborMedia.org will be hosting a mock presidential debate with three podiums: one for a cardboard cutout of Hillary Clinton, one for a cardboard cutout of Donald Trump, and one that is left for YOU, the people!

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NeighborMedia Facecast for Sept. 2, 2016

A recap of some Cambridge stories you might have missed this summer from NeighborMedia.org

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Yume Wo Katare, The Place of Dreams

Yume Wo Katare is not your typical restaurant, it is a place where you come eat ramen and share your dreams. Customers come here to figure out their passions and pursue them. Located in Porter Square, Cambridge, the owner, Tsuyoshi Nishioka and his shop manager, Jake Vo explains how Yume Wo Katare was born and the rules set in the shop. There are many members that volunteer and the staff are very welcoming to the public.

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Cambridge Black Lives Matter Activists Chain Themselves to City Hall

demand affordable housing

Four Cambridge Black Lives Matter activists chained themselves to the front doors of City Hall this morning to demand more affordable housing. They have unlocked themselves from the door and are now standing at the front of City Hall, still chained together, surrounded by officers from the Cambridge Police Department.  Stay tuned for updates, photos and video