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NeighborMedia Facecast for April 3, 2015

WATCH: 10 Cambridge headlines from your team at NeighborMedia.org

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Poetic voices educate & liberate!

Artists speak out against violence in Cambridge

Cambridge, MA - Friday March 27th 6:30 p.m., I attended Poetry Matters: Voices Against Violence at the Out Of The Blue Too Gallery. It was a an event featuring poet laureates both locally and from across the state. The featured poets included Brenda Walcott, Askia Touré, Tony Van Der Meer, Everett Hoagland, Soul Brown, Neil Calendar, Tontongi, Jill Netchinsky and Boston Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges along with visual artistry courtesy of Aldo Tambellini presented by Anna Salamone.

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NeighborMedia Tonight for March 31, 2015

Special Guest: NeighborMedia Reporter Cheryl Brown

NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris speaks with new NeighborMedia reporter Cheryl Brown about her role as a Cambridge citizen journalist covering the people, places issues and events that are important to her and her community.

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NeighborMedia Facecast for March 27, 2015

Big News from NeighborMedia

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Kids in Cambridge - Out of School, NOT out of Ideas

Kids in Cambridge Spring Break

Library has Fun for all Ages!
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NeighborMedia Tonight | Tuesdays at 5 on CCTV Ch. 9

A complete review of NeighborMedia stories and Cambridge news you won't find anywhere else

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Spring Arts 2015 Preview

While we've all been buried in snow this Winter, the Cambridge Arts Council has been busy preparing for Open Studios, Riverfest and more.