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Jay Livingstone campaign kick-off at Middle East on February 6

Rep. Livingstone opens campaign for State Senate with event at ZuZu

On Saturday, February 6, a lively crowd of supporters j

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A Mural That Feels Like Home

Mural for New Homeless Shelter Comes to Life at Maud Morgan Arts

“I see the city line every day. When I go to the shelter, that’s not what I want to see.” So said one of the homeless youth at a design meeting for a mural recently completed by volunteer artists at Maud Morgan Arts. The mural will hang in Y2Y, a new shelter in Harvard Square for homeless 18-24 year-olds that opened in December. During the day, the shelter provides space for Youth on Fire, a drop-in program for homeless and street-involved youth.


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A Live Music & Burlesque Tribute to Labyrinth

Walter Sickert is a good guy with a great band, The Army of Broken Toys.

They have been around the Boston music scene for eight years, and they tour extensively and internationally. Early in the band’s existence they scored the esteemed role as the opening act for the illustrious Amanda Palmer by simply asking.

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Discover Cambridge Colleges through Free February Events

Cambridge is the ultimate college town, and the month of February is filled with events sponsored by local universities that are open to the general public. Stop by Harvard’s, MIT’s, Lesley University’s or Longy School of Music’s campuses to discover a breadth of free events ranging from educational to fun. Learn more about specific events by visiting that school’s website.  

Harvard University

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Not for Nothing Darrin Korte, Cambridge Community Center

Susan Fleischmann interviews Darrin Korte, the new Executive Director of the Cambridge Community Center. 2-1-2016

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The Boutique Fabulous: An Expedition in Shopping

Local store makes Inman Square even more unique

As in most squares, centers and strips, Inman Square is a popular location for restaurants, taverns, children’s stores and many other places of business. One store separates itself from all of the others. It's located at 1309 Cambridge St. and it's called Boutique Fabulous. Outside of the store you will find one of a kind pieces of furniture and the like at affordable prices.

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Mickey Bones has been a working musician and a hell of a character around Cambridge since the late 70s. When Cajun & Zydeco music was having its heyday in the late 80s and early 90s, Mickey Bones was front and center.

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Cambridge InsideOut for Jan. 27, 2016

Updates and discussion of current issues + 1992 Tip O'Neill interview

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Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 13: "Human Trafficking - Sex Trafficking in Cambridge"

Human trafficking, the modern slave trade: 30 million people are enslaved in the world today, more than anytime in human history, and yes, human trafficking has taken place right here in Cambridge. This episode of Cambridge Uncovered places a focus on sex trafficking, as NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris interviews Simon Hedlin of Cambridge-based Demand Abolition, Steven Procopio with Roxbury Youthworks, and Det. Sgt. Louis Cherubino from the Cambridge Police Department.

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Not for Nothin' White Privilege

Susan Fleischmann and CCTV intern Scout Perry discuss white privilege.