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Say the name Cambridge and it immediately evokes a unique image and culture. The Cambridge around us is a far cry from the manufacturing days of the 1950s, or the counterculture days of the 1970s and '80s. New development, soaring real estate costs, and a high-tech economic base are changing the face of Cambridge. But is it more than the face of Cambridge that has changed? In this episode of Cambridge Uncovered, we look at Cambridge through the decades with those who lived it and those who helped shape it: What is the Cambridge brand?

In the 27th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Frank Morris Lopez sits down with two participants of the NeighborMedia citizen journalism program at Cambridge Community Television. Beverly Mire and Beth Redmond Walsh discuss the videos and articles they've contributed to NeighborMedia.org, and why their stories - along with those of other citizen journalists in the community - are important to filling the Cambridge news gap. Email neighbormedia@cctvcambridge.org if you wish to become a NeighborMedia citizen journalist.

This episode was broadcast on July 18, 2017 at 6:00pm. The featured guest was Cambridge School Committee candidate Will MacArthur. The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

This episode was broadcast on July 18, 2017 at 5:30pm. The featured guest was Cambridge City Council candidate Alanna Mallon. The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

This episode was broadcast on June 27, 2017 at 5:30pm. Our guest was Cambridge City Council candidate Paul Toner. The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

This episode was broadcast on June 20, 2017 at 6:00pm. Our guest was Cambridge City Council candidate Adriane Musgrave. The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

This episode was broadcast on June 20, 2017 at 5:30pm. Our guest was Cambridge City Council candidate Sean Tierney. The hosts are Judy Nathans and Robert Winters.

Join the Central Square Business Association and New England Open Markets this Sunday, June 25 for the first-ever open air flea market in Central Square. This Brooklyn-style flea will showcase 150+ vendors celebrating urban diversity in the cultural epicenter of Cambridge.

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Join the city of Cambridge for its annual PARK(ing) Day celebration on Sept. 15, 2017, as 120 parking spots are transformed into something else for the day.

For this installment of Beyond Boston, we turn to the youngest reporters in the Beyond Boston family, the crew from youth media camp at Somerville Community Access Television, who recently interviewed several activists and cyclists about the reality of traversing our region on two wheels.