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So You Want to Go to Your First Poetry Slam

Cambridge poetry slam attendees give advice to newcomers

At 7:30 p.m. every Sunday, the Lizard Lounge, 1667 Massachusetts Ave., opens its doors to hold what attendees consider to be an “inspiring” and “special” event: a poetry slam. 

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Unity on the dancefloor!

DJ's Jorge and Francesco bring a unifying blend of music to the dancefloors of Boston

Cruzz sits down for an interview on Spring Affair on Cambridge Community Radio

NeighborMedia reporter/producer Maurice Wilkey interviews Jorge Galvez, aka Cruzz, one half of the djing duo for the event of Unity in Boston about Friday July 17th's upcoming 'Unity' party. The party will take place at GoodLife Bar Friday, July 17, 2015 from 9:30pm - 2am. #Cruzz #UnityBoston

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Can't play the piano? Who Says?

"Hands" Movement Kicks Off in Central Square

On Saturday, July 18, Cambridge residents (and friends of Cambridge residents) of all ages will be able to channel their inner musician at what promises to be the most enjoyable event of the summer.

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Not for Nothin' Maria LaPage

An interview with the Executive Director of the Agassiz Baldwin Community

Susan Fleischmann interviews Maria LaPage, Executive Director of the Agassiz Baldwin Community, 7-13-2015

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The Bottle and the Bard: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

U.K. sellout show “Shit-faced Shakespeare” comes to Cambridge

Thursday and Friday nights in the intimate Davis Square Theatre and now Saturday nights at OBERON, the brainchild of British theater company Magnificent Bastard Productions comes to life: “Shit-faced Shakespeare.” 

Originally started in London in 2010, “Shit-faced Shakespeare” is “the deeply highbrow fusion of an entirely serious Shakespeare play with an entirely shit-faced cast member,” their website ( states.

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Like many Cantabrigians these days, I have a new neighbor. His name is Mitchell Hall and when I met him, I incorrectly guessed English or Australian. Nope. New Zealander.

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The Vault Opens in Cambridge with a Tresor trove of techno-soul

NeighborMedia interviews DJ Byoosik about The Vault Opens in Cambridge

NeighborMedia correspondent and Spring Affair producer, Maurice Wilkey aka DJ Mojavi @MoMassMedia interviews DJ Byoosik,

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Tips and Tricks for Keeping Your Pet Comfortable and Safe this Summer

Pets in Cambridge have a lot to deal with when it comes to the weather. From this past winter’s record-breaking snowfall to this summer’s varying temperatures and conditions, pet owners have been put to the test in one very important task: keeping their pets comfortable and safe. 

For many, summer is a time of relaxation and fun, but pet owners still need to be aware of the dangers warmer weather can pose for animals. 

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Restoring Public Art One Piece At A Time: Part 1

"East Cambridge - 1852." East Cambridge Parking Facility, corner of Second and Spring Street

George Greenamyer Restoration

You may have noticed that our fair City has A LOT of public art. With more than 200 artworks in neighborhoods all across the city, Cambridge holds the largest contemporary public art collection in Massachusetts.

Since 1979, one percent of the construction cost on municipal capital investment is designated for use in developing site-responsive public artwork.

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Finding a "Furever" Home

Broken Tail Rescue gives homeless pets a second chance

Every day at the PetSmart on Alewife Brook Parkway in Cambridge, volunteers from Broken Tail Rescue oversee the showing and hopeful adoption of the cats in their PetSmart adoption center.