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Not for Nothin' - Reverend Irene Monroe

Discussion about the Women's March in Cambridge on January 20 and how racism is inculcated in the country's DNA. 1-22-2018

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Albertine Press

new store in town

I must start off by reporting how business like; yet very down to earth Shelley the owner of Albertine Press struck me. Upon entering the establishment I was directed to the rear of the store where there was a huge printing press which Shelley was demonstrating its usage to customers. Shelley and I sat at a table to begin the interview.  must mention her inquisitive and personable daughter, Emily. I asked Shelley how long had she been in business in Inman Square.

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Prints With Depth

Three Dimensional Prints Contain Layers of Movement, Meaning at the Chandler Gallery

At this printmaking show, books the size of a penny comprise a tiny library, a giant paper rose blooms in in the corner, and rolled paper strands pour down from a swirl of copper tubing. “Prints as Sculpture” at the Chandler Gallery features sculptures that utilize at least one aspect of printmaking. Curated by artists Rhoda Rosenberg and Boriana Kantcheva, the exhibit explores how adding the dimension of depth can open up new possibilities for prints.

 

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Annual Hip Hop Festival

Clap and dance along to an energetic show of hip hop dance and music performed by local professional and youth performers

Agassiz Baldwin Community hosts the annual Hip Hop Festival every February school vacation week.  Billed as “an age-appropriate performance of a style of music children love” and “a great way for students from across Cambridge to interact [and] a networking opportunity for young performers,” the Agassiz Baldwin Community Hip Hop Festival is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser!

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What Hurricane Maria Taught US about Puerto Rico

It is not hard to understand the Trump administration’s response to the recently ravaged US territory, Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria ferociously swept across the island on September 20, 2017.

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Harvard Square Celebrates Winter

The cold is no reason not to have fun

 

 

 

10th Annual Winter Carnival in Harvard Square
January 18th – March 30th, 2018

 

 

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday events starting Monday

Brian Corr of Peace Commission in Cambridge shares a variety of MLK Jr. tribute events

Brian Corr of Cambridge's Peace Commission spoke last Friday with CCTV Live Spring Affair host Maurice Wilkey. Brian shared the plethora of events going on throughout the city in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Kicking off on Monday there will be a Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Improv Boston- No Refunds

The Boston Sketch Company will be performing their show, "No Refunds", throughout January every Friday @10pm. Get an insight from the actors, director and head writer about the show and the process behind it!

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Education Talk with Priyanka Deo, Ep. 1: Music

In the very first episode of Education Talk, host Priyanka Deo (an intern in the NeighborMedia program at CCTV) brings attention to music and education. An overwhelming amount of data supports that study and participation in the fine arts -- including music, theatre, stage and song -- is an essential component in improving learning in all academic areas. Guests are:

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Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 31: Cambridge Kids Doing Amazing Things

In the 31st episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia citizen journalist Beverly Mire talks to three Cambridge kids doing amazing things. They are: Omari Tom, a 9-year-old who started Fair America, an organization that advocates for just that -- a fair America; and 10-year-olds Nicky and Tomas, hosts of the show "Science Squad" on CCTV Cambridge Community Television.