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New England Comics is the purr-fect store for your Black Panther fix

Neighbor Media marveled at Cambridge's New England Comics catalog.

Neighbor Media stopped by New England Comic's Harvard Square location to ask what they anticipate in terms of customer traffic after the opening weekend of the Disney release of Marvel comics Black Panther. New England Comics is located at 14A Eliot St, Cambridge, MA. Neighbor Media journalist Maurice Wilkey stopped by for a few minutes to interview with Hannah, New England Comic's store manager of their Harvard Square location.

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2018 - Year of the Dog

Fighting for What You Believe In

I am an enthusiast of the esoteric. In my younger day, I searched the stars to find the meaning of my own life. But now, I read the tea-leaves looking for any sign that the Trump administration will end abruptly, and America will find its way out of the hand basket to hell.

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‘A Pinch of Skin’ Documentary Screening and Discussion

Why the Silence on Female Genital Mutilation Needs to be Broken

CAMBRIDGE – The idea of female genital mutilation (FGM) may seem like a foreign concept to many Cambridge residents, however on Feb. 12 the screening of the 30-minute documentary, ‘A Pinch of Skin’ and the discussion that followed sought to spread awareness about FGM and begin a conversation about a topic that is often silenced.

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YWCA Hosting Free Art Show, Closing Reception

Each month YWCA Cambridge hosts a new artist from the community whose art goes along with their mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. This month, YWCA Cambridge is hosting Anike. "Alluding to the naming traditions peculiar to the Yòrùbá of Southwest Nigeria—Oríkì—the artist employs hairstyles and animal metaphors as mediums for exploring, portraying and projecting the essence of a person."

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The Ebb and Flow of Porter Square

Where Porter Square Business have been, where they are Today, and what the Future Holds

While it might not get as much foot traffic as the neighboring Harvard Square, Porter Square is home to a variety of shops and restaurants and offers a great deal of promise for future revenue.

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Join our Team! Report on the Issues You Care About Seeks Cambridge Residents, College Interns to Cover Local Matters

Cambridge is changing. No matter the neighborhood, people are feeling the effects. How has your neighborhood changed? What stories can you share about your community? What people in your neighborhood do you consider to be unsung heroes? What insights might you offer about the issues that you care about?

Join the team. Be part of a community. Share the stories important to you.

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Not for Nothin' - Silver Lining Mentoring

serving children in foster care

An interview with Lara Kingstone and Jeeyoon Kim from Silver Lining Mentoring, the only mentoring program in the state that exclusively serves children in foster care. 2-12-2018 

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The Art of Storytelling

Bill Porter Brings Images Inspired by Comics and Cartoons to Chandler Gallery

One could argue that the way a story is told can be just as important as the story itself.

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Brady, Belichick & Bob

Super Bowl Aftermath - Let's talk Sports Cambridge

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The Monarchy & Millennials

Due to current day American politics, and a country divided, most of my daylight hours are spent trying to quell the burning fire of rage that has left my soul a barren waste of scorched earth. My evenings are soothed and quenched by the august period piece, The Crown, which “chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times.”