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Living Well Network Spring Social

You're Invited!

 

Join us for a casual spring evening of hors d’oeuvres, music, and conversation to celebrate the Living Well Network community, a grassroots resource for adults over 55. Meet the new Living Well Network Coordinator Diane Martin!

Bring a friend, a neighbor, or anyone you would like to introduce to the Living Well Network.

 

Tuesday, May 16, 5-7pm

Agassiz Baldwin Community, 20 Sacramento St., Cambridge

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“Kill It To Save It”

An Autopsy of Capitalism’s Triumph over Democracy

On May 4, 2017, the Harvard Book Store was standing room only for “Kill It To Save It” author Corey Dolgon’s book reading and Q&A session. Dolgon was a gracious and affable host to a large group of friends, family, colleagues, mentors, and as he put it “new friends.”

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Parents Forum to Celebrate International Day of Families

Anniversary Event to be Held May 15 at Porter Square Hotel

Parents Forum is celebrating is marking its 25th anniversary on International Day of Families with a mini-workshop, a mini-keynote by Rev. Liz Walker, formerly of WBZ-TV, and a reception. The event will be at the new Porter Square Hotel on Monday, May 15th, 3-5pm. Tickets are $25. Information and tickets available here: bit.ly/2ogng0z

Post submitted by Parents Forum.

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Not for Nothin' - Rev. Irene Monroe

The 25th Anniversary of the LA Riots

A discussion about the 25th Anniversary of the LA Riots vs, Ferguson, and the Hollywood movie "Hidden Figures" vs. the indie success "Get Out." With Reverend Irene Monroe, 5-1-2017

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Paper or Plastic?

It turns out that, indeed, plastic is indestructible

I am so p***ed!

Like so many of you, I’m diligent about always having cloth bags in my car.  I put on a smug face when I buy something in a less-evolved city and am asked “paper or plastic?”  In such cases I bring out a nice, clean, foldable bag I keep in my purse for such occasions.  I whip it out and shake it open so my fellow shoppers can see how environmentally aware I am. 

It’s written all over my face:  “I’m from Cambridge.  We are civilized.”

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Banking information

The buck stops here

One of the oldest professions is banking. I write about this to explain to High School Seniors in our fair city of Cambridge. I was fortunate to obtain an interview with Lisa Scopa of the East Cambridge Saving Bank. Lisa is the vice-president of this particular bank. Lisa as it turned out was an excellent choice for an interview. She was both eager and enthusiastic to share her knowledge with me. She has been in the banking business for a total of twenty-five years.

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New Location for Crimson Corner, Three Weeks Later

Crimson Corner New Location at 35 Brattle Street

On April 9, Harvard Square’s long-established newsstand, Crimson Corner, moved to its new location at 35 Brattle Street  – just around the corner from its former home of 54 years.

“My grandfather opened the location in 1962,” explained Chris Kotelly, current owner of the shop, formerly called Nini’s Corner. Kotelly began working for his grandfather in the mid- 1970s, and formally took over Crimson Corner in 2006.

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Watch: The Media and Trump's First 100 Days

Experts Dissect Trump-Media Relationship in Latest Episode of Cambridge Uncovered

In the 25th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Joe Lynch of Somerville Community Access Television (creator, producer and host of the Greater Somerville talk show, news anchor of Somerville Neighborhood News) moderates a lively panel of Boston-area journalism experts, who discuss President Donald Trump's relationship with the media in his first 100 days in office.

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Beauty and the Bus

Social Media Contest Invites Users to Post Bus Pics

The photographer/winner is @AlysonFletcher on Twitter and @alysonraefletch on Instagram.

Riding the bus offers a unique transit experience: passengers can take in the sights, people and activities they come in contact with along their route. Bus riders don’t just reach a destination, they encounter unique moments of beauty throughout their journey. And now, they can share those moments with the Greater Boston community.