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Christoph Dohnányi : Music and Memories of July 20

A Musical Family Tree of Social Concern

                                

        Recent news articles have reported that the primary Guest Conductor of the Boston Symphony -- Christoph von Dohnányi -- had to cancel two planned performances at Tanglewood this month, due to the aftereffects of cataract surgery.   The BSO office assured the public that von Dohnányi would be conducting the performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on August 28 as planned.     

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You're Killing Me Already!

New Play by Andrea Aptecker Comes to Stage

You're Killing Already by Andrea Aptecker

Theatre @ First will present a staged reading of CCAE teacher Andrea Aptecker’s new comedy, You’re Killing Me Already! on July 28, 2016 at 8pm in Davis Square. It is free and open to the public.   For further information, please visit their website: theatreatfirst.org

A few weeks ago, Andrea Aptecker sat down with Paul Sayed, CCAE Staff, to talk about her play.

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The Lily Pad

INTODUCIING THE LILY PAD

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Boston Comics Roundtable

Attention to all artist and writers! Looking for a community of comic creators to work and geek out with? Boston Comics Roundtable is just the right thing for you. This forum holds weekly meetings at the Cambridge Public library and are open to the public.

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Cambridge Zen Center: Inquire Within

Cambridge Zen Center sign welcomes people of all backgrounds.

Within two blocks of Massachusetts Avenue in the Cambridgeport neighborhood of Central Square is the Cambridge Zen Center, a Buddhist temple and residence for zen training that has been in Cambridge since the early 1980s. Started by a Korean monk, Zen Master Seung Sahn, the Cambridge Zen Center is home to a thriving community of practitioners who come from all parts of the country and the world to experience living in community and to learn the practice of zen Buddhism.

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Not for Nothin' - One Week After the Massacre in Orlando

reflections on gun control, homophobia, racism and islamophobia

CCTV's NeighborMedia Coordinator Frank Morris and Executive Director Susan Fleischmann talk about homophobia,  islamophobia, and racism in the aftermath of the massacre in Orlando. 6-20-2016

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Cambridge Responds: The Massacre in Orlando

community comes together

As so often happens when divisive and devastating events take place, the Cambridge community came together to mourn the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The City of Cambridge and the Peace Commission, led by director Brian Corr, called for the community to meet on the steps of City Hall on the day following the largest mass shooting in US history. Joined by many City employees, representatives of the clergy, city councilors and school committee members, Mayor E.

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Summer is officially here to hear thanks to Cambridge's MMMMaven School

Skate, bounce, and dance tonight 6/17 under the stars for free

Its summer time and the living, while not always easy, is more comfortable than dealing with foots of snow. Now, this past winter wasn’t the winter of 2015 with record snowfall, but did bring its annual challenges in terms of temperature. But as just as we recognize Memorial Day as the unofficial start of summer, there’s another signal of summer with numerous connections to the Cambridge and Boston area on the whole. 

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Not for Nothin' - Reverend Irene Monroe

"Roots" and Muhammed Ali

Discussion with Reverend Irene Monroe about the remake of "Roots" and the impact of the life of Muhammed Ali.

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NeighborMedia Tonight with Siobhan Bredin

Citizen Journalist interviews Jason Weeks, Executive Director of Cambridge Arts, about RiverFest 2016