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Ground Breaking for Canoe/Kayak Launch at Magazine Beach

Ground Breaking for Canoe/Kayak Launch & Outlook at Magazine Beach June 22

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New Splash Deck at Magazine Beach Park Opens

Ribbon Cutting & Kid’s Dance Party




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Interview with a Cambridge Carrot

The Life of a Carrot Destined for Cambridge Curbside Compost, Clean Energy Production

I recently sat down with a Carrot at the Cambridge apartment of Chris and Liz to talk about readying to enter the new city-wide Cambridge Curbside Compost program. Please note: This interview took place the night before Carrot was picked up at curbside, and two – TWO! - days – DAYS!

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This Is Who It Hurts-Part 2

The Loss of EMF – a rehearsal complex for artists and musicians

The loss of the EMF rehearsal complex on Brookline Street is to many, the last nail in the coffin of an autonomous arts community. Of course it is not completely dead, but it’s gasping for air, and for many, the hurt and the disappointment are extreme. This disenfranchised community feels abandoned by a city they love and at war with the “pillars of society” who preach “Refugees Welcome Here” but practice “only if you can afford it,” which you can’t.

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This Is Who It Hurts-Part 1

The Loss of EMF – a rehearsal complex for artists and musicians

The resistance is not winning in Cambridge. Actually, it never really wins. Thinking back to the fight for Rent Control in the nineties and the Holmes building project in Central Square, it was definitely foolhardy to believe that the city, a rich landowner, or some philanthropic patron of the arts would save the EMF building in the name of art over money.

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Cherry Blossom in Cambridge

Magazine Beach, Cambridge, MA

Magazine Beach, Cambridge, MA

Cambridge is finally blooming! Please check some photos from around North Point park and Magazine Beach Park.

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The Importance of EMF is Community – Part 1

Sound Museum Rehearsal Complex

Thirty years ago, Des Desmond’s rock band, the Bentmen, needed a rehearsal space to practice their music. In entrepreneurial fashion, Desmond took out a small business loan, leased a building in the South End and built the first Sound Museum Rehearsal Complex, which, as a company is still operational today.

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Harvard Square Celebrates Winter

The cold is no reason not to have fun

 

 

 

10th Annual Winter Carnival in Harvard Square
January 18th – March 30th, 2018

 

 

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Boston Fashion Week comes to Cambridge to Share Positivity

Small Group Purposes Good while Nevada Gunman Commits Evil

One event has ended but our efforts are ongoing

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Re-dedication of Beat the Belt Mural Celebrates Citizen Activism

My hope is that this mural will inspire people to get angry, get organized, and get in the way. -Bernard LaCasse, 2017

On Thursday night, September 28, the Cambridge Arts Council celebrated the re-dedication of Bernard LaCasse's 1980 mural, Beat the Belt, at 730 Memorial Drive.