Nonprofits

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Not for Nothin' - Amanda Chen from the Salvation Army

3-16-2016

Amanda Chen from the Salvation Army talks with Susan Fleischmann about the youth programs available at the Salvation Army, particularly Bridgin' the Gap, and opportunity for court-involved and at-risk teens.

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Empty Bowls event features soups by local restaurants, bowls by local potters

Project benefits On The Rise

A menu of epicurean soups and a display of hand-crafted pottery bowls by area artisans drew a crowd Saturday for the Third Annual Empty Bowls luncheon at the Puritan & Company Restaurant, 1166 Cambridge Street, Inman Square.  The event was a benefit for On The Rise Inc., a day program based nearby at 341 Broadway; it aids women who are homeless or in need of basic support services.

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Join #TeamNeighborMedia!

Become a Cambridge reporter, March 9 @ 6 p.m.!

Wednesday, March 9 @ 6 p.m. @ CCTV, 438 Massachusetts Avenue:

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Not for Nothin' - Dyanne London, Encampment for Citizenship

2-29-2016

Dyanne London, Board member of the Encampment for Citizenship (EFC) is interviewed by Susan Fleischmann. EFC conducts residential summer programs with year-round follow-up for young people of widely diverse backgrounds and nations. It provides youth with a compelling experience in democratic living, with emphasis on critical thinking and social action.

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Third Annual Empty Bowls luncheon Saturday, March 12, noon to 3 pm

Empty bowls project helps feed the hungry in Cambridge

The Third Annual Empty Bowls project on Saturday, March 12, will help feed the hungry in Cambridge. In return for a $35 contribution, donors will share a festive lunch between noon and 3 pm at the Puritan & Co. restaurant at 1166 Cambridge Street in Inman Square. The menu will feature home-made specialty soups contributed by local eateries. Each patron can choose and take home a bowl hand-crafted by a local artisan.

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The Convert performs its last week in Cambridge

Quality theater is right around your corner in Central Square.

NeighborMedia is always interested in the arts and supporting voices not necessarily always heard in the city of Cambridge. February boasts wonderful performances, especially in theater arts. And while there have been numerous choices, and you cannot support them all, you still have time to catch a glimpse of quality local theater before this month is over. One such amazing theater presentation is The Convert a play by actor/playwright Danai Gurira.

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Not for Nothin' - Katherine Bennett, Spare Change News

Katherine Bennett, the new Executive Director of Spare Change News, is interviewed by Susan Fleischmann. 2-22-2016

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Two Local Artists Explore “Mapping as a Metaphor”

The two artists on view at the new show opening Monday, February 15, at the Chandler Gallery, were unknown to one another when chosen last May for this current two-person show. But since meeting, both print maker Sarah Hulsey and painter Rhonda Smith agree their work has a lot in common.

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Not for Nothing Darrin Korte, Cambridge Community Center

Susan Fleischmann interviews Darrin Korte, the new Executive Director of the Cambridge Community Center. 2-1-2016

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Boston Area Rape Crisis Center to Host Teen Open House Jan. 27

The following is a press release from BARCC.

On Wednesday, January 27th from 4:30-6pm, BARCC, located at 99 Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge, will be holding an Open House for any teens between the ages of 12-18.  Most youth who come in for services were referred from other youth.  Our Teen Open House event is designed for any teen to come and check us out.