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The Art of Storytelling

Bill Porter Brings Images Inspired by Comics and Cartoons to Chandler Gallery

One could argue that the way a story is told can be just as important as the story itself.

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Brady, Belichick & Bob

Super Bowl Aftermath - Let's talk Sports Cambridge

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The Monarchy & Millennials

Due to current day American politics, and a country divided, most of my daylight hours are spent trying to quell the burning fire of rage that has left my soul a barren waste of scorched earth. My evenings are soothed and quenched by the august period piece, The Crown, which “chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times.”

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Late 20th Century Video Sculptures Visit MIT

CAMBRIDGE - By the time the opening reception of Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974-1995 began on Feb. 7, the List Visual Arts Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was full of art enthusiasts, chatting in the lobby and exploring the gallery. Before Projection is a celebration of early video sculptures and their artists. The conception of video sculptures in the early 1970s was the beginning of a new artistic medium and sparked a revolution of multimedia in art.

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Cambridge Community Discusses Cause and Effect of Puerto Rican Crisis

CAMBRIDGE - The Boston area has strong ties to Puerto Rico, and on Feb. 8, some 30 people milled about rows of red plastic chairs on the second floor of the Cambridge Public Library in Central Square — several conversations taking place in Spanish — ahead of the lecture, “Hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico: Roots of a Crisis.”

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You Can't Judge a Book by its Cover: Be a Book in the Cambridge Human Library

CCTV and the Cambridge Public Library will host the Human Library 5/5/18

Have you been subject to prejudice, discrimination or stigma based on who you are, where you came from, or how you self-identify? Are you able to talk about your experience in a respectful conversation with others who are curious?

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Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 32: "Music and Arts Education"

In the 32nd episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Priyanka Deo of NeighborMedia.org explores the struggles of music and art education. A large amount of research shows that the arts is closely tied to almost everything we as a nation demand from our schools: academic achievement, social development, emotional development and civic engagement, just to name a few. Why then is it typically the first to go? To hopefully answer this question, we have assembled a panel of experts:

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Education Talk with Priyanka Deo, Ep. 2: Disabilities & Access Services

In the second episode of Education Talk, host Priyanka Deo (an intern in the NeighborMedia program at CCTV) brings attention to education and disabilities. This is a growing field of discussion and our expert today are doing and have done some tremendous work with access, disabilities and education all over the world. Guests are:

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Mr. Fantini

School Committee Veteran

Camabridge High school

I was blessed today to have an interview with Mr. Fred Fantini; an 18 term year school Committee member. We greeted each other and were granted a room in the main library to conduct what was to be an interview.

Fred started off responding to my first question which was what piqued his interest in politics. He shared that his brother David who also was involved in politics was a major influence on him. He talked about his family belief to contribute to the community.

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Listening to Cambridge Part 6: Kendall Square

Sixth in a series of soundwalks recorded across our fair city

I chose Kendall Square on an unseasonably warm Saturday afternoon as the setting for my sixth in this series of Cambridge Soundwalks.