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CULTURE

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Not for Nothin' with Reverend Eno Mondesir

Haitian Baptist Church is offering a Thanksgiving dinner to students

Susan Fleischmann interviews Reverend Eno Mondesir of the Haitian Baptist Church. The church, celebrating its 36th anniversary, is offering a Thanksgiving dinner for students who do not have a place to go.  To RSVP, email emondesir4church@gmail.com

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TOWNIE TOUR OF NEW CAMBRIDGE STREET RESTAURANTS

Lone Star Taco Bar - 635 Cambridge Street

Why a "townie tour (review) of new Cambridge Street restaurants?" Because the media never asks. So let's find out what the regular folk think of their new neighbors. For more dialog on this adventure: http://64.131.82.246/news/townie-tour-new-cambridge-street-restaurants

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TOWNIE TOUR OF NEW CAMBRIDGE STREET RESTAURANTS

Yes it is true, for many years Inman Square has been a dining destination for people from outside the neighborhood. Many fancy restaurants have come and gone and it is also true that many of these restaurants were out of the financial reach of a large swath of Inman Square/Wellington-Harrington residents.

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TROY ANTHONY’S (ICONIC) BARBER SHOP CLOSES IN CAMBRIDGE

There have been a series of sad closings in Cambridge. To some, it is the march of progress, business, and the way of the world. To others, it is a painful representation of their loss of place and comfort in the community they call home.

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MAPS Invites Community to Halloween HIV/STI Mobile Clinic in Cambridge

The following is a press release from the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers.

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NeighborMedia Tonight for Oct. 27, 2015

Reba-Glory Cabral interviews Devin Morris from Community Charter School of Cambridge

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Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo comes to Cambridge

On Oct. 17 and 18, Lesley University hosted the fifth annual Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo, in conjunction with Boston Comic Arts Foundation. The convention, called MICE for short, is free to the public and exists with the intention that people become more aware of the existence of artists who work and produce locally, as well as any creator of comics or other graphic storytelling media who wants their name on people’s radars.

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GROUPMUSE

FOLK & BALKAN HOUSE CONCERT

“Meetups” for group activities are all the rage right now. You can "meetup"  to play Frisbee, learn about love, and even do some volunteer work. Classical musicians have “groupmuse.com,” which is the same idea, but different because it is a paying gig in someone’s house.

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Not for Nothin' with Alanna Mallon, Cambridge Weekend Backpack Program

Feeding hungry Cambridge school children on the weekends

Susan Fleischmann interviews Alanna Mallon, founder of the Cambridge Weekend Backpack Program, serving 360 hungry children every weekend.