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Keith Mascoll, strength, courage and healing through revelation!

Actor, activist Keith Mascoll puts his personal art front and center.

Cambridge born and raised actor Keith Mascoll has portrayed numerous protagonists during his acting career.

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My First Democratic Caucus

Even though I am a Cambridge resident, I tagged along with a friend of mine to the Somerville Democratic Caucus held at the Somerville high school on Saturday, March 3, 2018. For Cambridge residents, the caucuses were held in February.

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Portraits and Power Opening Reception

CAMBRIDGE – The first floor of Lesley University’s Sherrill Library was buzzing with energy on Thursday evening as students, faculty and Cambridge locals alike came to celebrate the opening reception of Portraits and Power.
Lesley University College of Art and Design seniors Rocky Cotard and Mosheh Tucker curated an exhibition featuring their most recent portrait paintings.

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WORD

Words that Build, Words that Kill

The last day of February signifies the last day of the study of Black History Month. A word to the wise...stay woke.

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What’s Going On At The Lilypad?

1353 Cambridge Street – Inman Square

I don’t know how many times I’ve been standing outside the Lilypad in Inman Square and someone walks by and says, “What goes on in here?” Well I know what goes on in there, but let me introduce you, dear passerby, to the Lilypad.

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PHOTO: Malia Obama at Harvard University

Malia Obama, the eldest daughter of former President Barack OIbama, is seen walking through Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., on the morning of Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018. Photo: Bimal Nepal

Malia Obama, the eldest daughter of former President Barack OIbama, is seen walking through Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., on the morning of Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.

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Black History Matters 365: Now and Forever, Opening Reception

CAMBRIDGE – In light of Black History Month, Lesley University BFA students and alumni came together on Thursday evening for the opening reception of a black artist showcase.

The exhibition was a revisit of the February 2016 showcase, Black History Matters 365 created and organized by Percy Fortini-Wright, which sought to “reflect on black history, empowerment and pride.”

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Lesley Students Walkout in Solidarity with Parkland

The unusual weather of Feb. 21 brought sunshine and 71-degree temperatures. It was a beautiful day for a student walkout at Lesley University, held in solidarity with the recent mass shooting at Stoneham Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.

The walkout happened during classes at 12 p.m. on Wednesday in Lesley’s Doble quad. Approximately 30 students and professors participated. Junior Annie Cooper was one student to take part.