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No Love for February

Only the SECOND coldest month on record

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CCTV Seeks Nominees for Board of Directors

the Board is the governance body of CCTV

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Extreme Makeover: LUCAD Edition

Lesley University is constructing a new building to house LUCAD students near Porter Square.

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Why NeighborMedia Matters

The urgent need for citizen journalism in America

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Cambridge Couple & The New Jim Crow

Peter & Charlotte Temin Fight for Justice

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Mr. Gilmore's Bravery and Buying a Bank

Gilmore's 90th Birthday - Much to Celebrate

I attended out of respect, I left in awe"

It was minus ten degrees in Cambridge on this particular night (at least it felt like it was). It was February and the start of Black History Month. So I attended the book signing to support the African American featured in the book who had just turned 90 years old. If nothing else, I would attend out of respect, right?

Nerd Fun Abounds in Central Square

Ever want to drink beer and play Magic: The Gathering at the same time? Pandemonium Books and Games hosts a Tavern draft every Thursday.

It was a cold winter’s night and I found myself in Central Square looking for warmth, a drink, and something to eat, so I turned into the Tavern in the Square, located on 730 Massachusetts Avenue, got myself settled with a frozen pear cocktail and a burger, opened up a pack of the newest Magic: The Gathering set Fate Reforged, and started thinking about what colors I was going to play that night. (Magic: The Gathering is a popular trading card game).


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I Don't Snow What To Do

Don't ice-olate yourself, Cambridge still has these fun adventures to get you through this winter!

There is an age-old nursery rhyme that’s been sung as of late in this Boston weather, and the skewed version goes something like this. ‘Snow, snow, go away, don’t come back some other day.’ For most of us the mountains of snow (one only needs to conquer the ¨Alps of MIT¨ to catch my drift) have lead to a strange mix of emotions, and often the dichotomy between excitement at another day off clashes with the boredom of, well, another day off.