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The Cambridge Historical Society seeks interested persons to serve on its Governing Council beginning in April 2017. The Society’s Councilors serve three-year terms.

In the 22nd episode of "Cambridge Uncovered," NeighborMedia intern Maritza Merino interviews three students enrolled in a level 4 ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) class at the Cambridge Learning Center. Listz Jean Touissant and Waldophe Maximin, both of Haitin, and Qi Zhong of China, speak about their experiences and perceptions of America both before and after coming to the United States. A roll-in video, "Chasing the American Dream," explores the topic of immigration and what it like to move to the U.S. in search of a better life.

Following up on a half-day, mini-conference hosted by Cambridge Community Television on "The Media and the Election" in October, moderator Barbara Anthony (former Massachusetts Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation) is reunited with several panelists to continue the discussion, post-election, on the media's role in Election 2016.

In the 20th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia Coordinator Frank Morris brings back four Cambridge teens to talk about their reactions to the results of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. Reba-Glory Cabral from Community Charter School of Cambridge, Armanie Deleon of Cambridge Rindge and Latin, Erick Guzman of CRLS, and Anne Pierre, a CRLS 2016 graduate, talk about Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and their concerns for the future of the country, the world, their communities and their own personal lives as potentially affected by the next president of the United States.

Hosted by DigBoston editor and Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism (BINJ) co-founder Chris Faraone, BEYOND BOSTON is a monthly regional news magazine spotlighting reporting from Boston, MA area community access centers - including Brookline Interactive Group (BIG) in Brookline, MA, Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) in Cambridge, MA, Malden Access TV (MATV) in Malden, MA, Somerville Community Access Television (SCATV) in Somerville, MA and Watertown Cable Access Corp- in partnership with BINJ.

Video of the aftermath of the East Cambridge Fire, 12/3/2016, shot by Sara Pagiaro

In the 19th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia Coordinator Frank Morris sits down with guests from two Cambridge-based startups to talk about their businesses and how they have thrived in the city of Cambridge. Andrew Vassallo is the co-founder and general manager of FundLatinos.com, a crowdsourcing site for the Latino Community. Founded in 2016, FundLatinos, which is based out of Harvard Square, is gaining traction for Latino causes across the country.

November is Trans Awareness Month and one group of artists is looking to raise awareness about transgender identity and experience with a new art show up at Gallery 263 in Cambridge.

The work of 12 Boston-area artists is on display during the trans/draw exhibition Nov. 17 through Dec. 10 at 263 Pearl Street. The opening reception is Nov. 19 from 7 to 9 p.m.

NeighborMedia Coordinator Frank Morris fills in for Susan Fleischmann in this Monday, Nov. 14 edition of Not for Nothin'. He is joined by Ben Clark, executive director of Enroot (formerly known as Cambridge Community Services / City Links) and two CRLS students, Ratna and Yigermal, who are participants in the Enroot program. The four discuss ways in which Enroot enables and provides recent immigrant youths with the tools needed for success in their community and in this country.