Beth Redmond

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Beth Redmond Walsh

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Beth Redmond Walsh a Cambridge resident since 2006,  joins NeighborMedia with interests in music and visual arts. As well as being a citizen journalist, Beth Redmond produces Sound & Vision, Bandwidth, and creates other video work. She teaches Zen Buddhist meditation, lives in a residential Buddhist community here in Cambridge, and is also a fine artist. 

 

Stories by Beth Redmond

From an small band made up of an Iranian drummer, a Cuban songstress, and a saxohphonist, to a worker with a jackhammer who, at the time, had been laboring in the basement to build the Middle East Club, to the old African American guy so many in Central Square remember rollerskating around Central Square in his crosswalk attendant's outfit, to the head of a golden bull, and even a group of Vietnamese water puppets (I had to ask what those were) Dan Golnez patiently and lovingly pointed out several of the characters in the huge mural.

Bike parking on Brattle Street

This past Monday, August 8th, I attended the Special City Council Meeting in the Attles room at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. With nowhere left to sit down unless one considered the floor an option, (and some did) I listened to a stream of comments offered by Cambridge residents, and people who work in Cambridge who also ride bicycles to get to work, to shop, for exercise, and recreation in Cambridge.  Speakers told stories of accidents they themselves had experienced while biking on Cambridge streets and of friends, family members, or neighbors who had. A few examples included:

Changes in Cambridge could not be more visible right now. There are many grandiose new building projects, changes in income levels, expansive and varied businesses moving into the city to name just a few.  A media class in multi-camera shoots at Cambridge Community Television with instructor, Garabed Setrakian and student/members of CCTV investigated several areas of change by reaching out to folks in the street, business owners, teachers, and other ordinary residents of Cambridge to get widely varying takes on the questiion: What's changing in Cambridge and how does this affect you?

On Wednesday, February 8th, a meeting was organized by State Representative, Marjorie Decker (D-MA)  held at the Citywide Senior Center Central Square Ballroom to discuss pending policy changes originating from the White House. 


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Leadership Training Invigorates Right Care Alliance Members 

East Cambridge Smoke Billows from 10 Alarm Fire

On Friday, Dec 9, the city of Cambridge announced that more than $184,000 in donations from the Mayor's Fire Relief Fund was dispersed to victims of the Dec. 3 fire in the first week. Additionally, 14 families displaced by the fire in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood were given keys to new, permanent housing in the city.

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'"Within a few minutes there were four or five houses on fire, along with a few cars in the street. Just like that.”

Local Salvation Army Delivers Support and Food During Cambridge 10 Alarm Fire

December 05, 2016

Local Craft Brew Fest 2016

When it comes to creative, specialty craft brewing New England and especially the Cambridge/Boston area stands tall!   Lots of friendly, curious imbibers and foodies spent a perfect fall afternoon tasting and enjoying local craft brew offerings from beers, to small batch liquors to specialty mixed drinks in this area just outside Central Square and Kendall Square.  Visitors from as far away as England and Germany and south of Mason-Dixon line stopped by to talk about their experiences tasting locally crafted rum, gin, whiskey and lots of other tasty liquid refreshments.

Tiki giving his perspective on the road to recovery from opioid addiction during an interview.

Cambridge Police unveil new video series “The Journey of a Recovering Opioid Addict.”

“…the more we talk about addiction as a medical disease,the more acceptance there will be.”
Marylou Sudders, Secretary, Executive Office of Health and Human Services