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NeighborMedia Facecast for July 20, 2016

The latest Cambridge headlines from our team of citizen journalists in less than two minutes

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NeighborMedia Facecast for July 8, 2016

All the latest Cambridge news from NeighborMedia citizen journalists in just 70 seconds

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NeighborMedia Facecast wins national award

Cambridge Community Television recognized with five Hometown Media Awards

This just in: The NeighborMedia #Facecast has been nationally recognized as a winner of the 2016 Hometown Media Awards for best professional web-based community media program in the country. The awards ceremony, put on by the Alliance for Community Media, will take place Friday, Aug.

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Cambridge InsideOut for July 5, 2016

In this episode, topics included recycling, composting, driverless cars, elevated highways, and the dangers of falling for "the next big thing." The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

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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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NeighborMedia Facecast for June 30, 2016

Cambridge responds to the Orlando massacre and changing neighborhoods

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Changing Cambridge Businesses: Tags Hardware

This is the second installment in the series Changing Cambridge, which profiles small local businesses as they deal with the rapidly changing economic landscape. Here, I pay a visit to Tags Hardware in Porter Square.

 

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NeighborMedia Facecast for June 20, 2016

Emmanuel Vincent delivers the latest Cambridge headlines you might have missed from NeighborMedia.org

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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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Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 17: "Changing Wellington-Harrington"

For a long time, not much changed in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood -- a community perhaps better known as the Inman Square area. But within the last decade, the neighborhood around Inman and Cambridge streets has seen a lot of changes. How are these changes affecting the area's longtime residents and businesses?