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Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool Annual Hip Hop Festival

Hip Hop Festival Will Bring You to Your Feet

Liven up winter break at this showcase of hip hop dance and music for school-aged children. This popular family-friendly event features professional and youth performers from Cambridge and beyond, including: FloorLords, Deborah Mason School of Dance, Community Arts Center, OrigiNation, King Open Extended Day Dance Crew, The Agassiz Baldwin Dance Group, and The Hip Hop Transformation. DJ Frank White will host. Come ready to clap, shout and boogie.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

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Cambridge Receives 9.5" of Snowfall Thursday

Thursday several Cambridge businesses shut their doors due to a sudden flurry of snowfall in Massachusetts. According to a public information statement issued by the National Weather Service, Cambridge itself received a snowfall of 9.5 inches. The public schools of Cambridge canceled classes on Thursday because of the snowfall, but schools reopened Friday morning.

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NeighborMedia Tonight with Beth Redmond Walsh

Interviews with Lown Institute and Right Care Alliance

NeighborMedia correspondent Beth Redmond Walsh fills in for Frank Morris, as she speaks with Stephanie Aines and Francisco Irby about the work being done by the Lown Institute and Right Care Alliance. These two organizations gather patients' and health care providers' stories about their experiences and concerns with the health care system.

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Boston Rallies to Support Muslims and Immigrants

On Friday, Jan. 29, Donald Trump issued an executive order temporarily banning citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Lybia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - from entering the United States.

Travelers entering to the U.S. legally - students, visitors and greencard holders - were stopped at airports across the country and abroad.

In response to this decision, people gathered the next day to protest. This is footage from the Boston rally at Copley Square.

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Women’s March - Boston

Girls Just Wanna Have Fundamental Rights

On Jan. 21, an estimated 175,000 women, men and children marched in Boston to protest against Donald Trump. People marched in solidarity with communities most affected by the hate, intolerance and acts of violence. People united will never be defeated.

Videography & video editing - Sara Pagiaro

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Not for Nothin'- Rally For A Diverse and Unified Cambridge

Cambridge stands up for unity

NeighborMedia covered the Rally For A Diverse and Unified Cambridge on 2-6-2017 on the steps of City Hall. This was the first time a Facebook Live video was streamed directly to CCTV's channels.

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Collage and the Illusion of Collage

Gerry Bergstein Layers Mediums for Meaning at the Chandler Gallery

Artist Gerry Bergstein uses his studio floor as “an archaeological site in which to explore my own mind.” For over a decade, he has added paint and collage to an ever-evolving studio installation that serves as a figurative and literal starting point for his artwork. The pieces in Bergstein’s upcoming show at the Chandler Gallery combine photographs of his studio collage with additional visual elements, intentionally blurring the lines between photography, painting and collage.

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NeighborMedia Tonight: Reflections on the Boston Women's March

NeighborMedia journalists Kristina Kehrer and Siobhan Bredin join host Frank Morris to discuss the Women's March on Boston Common and where the country goes from here.

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“The Man Who Shot My Eye Out Is Dead"

Chanelle Benz Signs Her Debut Short Story Collection at Harvard Book Store

Rarely will you see monks, western outlaws and abusive stepfathers in the same place. All of those characters and more can be found in Chanelle Benz’s debut short story anthology, “The Man Who Shot Out My Eye Is Dead.” On Jan. 31, Harvard Bookstore welcomed Benz for a signing where by her former professor, Dana Spiotta, joined her.

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Cambridge Community to Rally at City Hall

Cambridge's Mayor and Vice Mayor to Host a Unity Rally Next Week

On Monday Feb. 6 Mayor E. Denise Simmons and Vice Mayor Marc McGovern plan to demonstrate Cambridge’s support of social justice, equality, sanctuary cities along with members of the Cambridge community.

Across the country people have protested at airports, lawyers have volunteered their time to help free detained travelers, and city officials have spoken out and against the Trump administration in favor of their sanctuary statuses.