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Maurice Wilkey

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My name is Maurice. I grew up in Cambridge, Mass. went to Cambridge Public Schools. I really haven't known any other city and for right now, don't choose to. I am a lover of music and interested in things media. The four seasons - well when the winters are mild I love all of them.

Stories by MauriceW

Cambridge, MA - Tuesday, August 11 4 p.m., I sat down with Ms. Liza Zayas, promotional representative for Erato - A new dance/electronica nightlife experience in Cambridge's Central Square. Liza, whose stage name is Luna del Flor, is a singer, poet and dj artist in her own right.

Cruzz sits down for an interview on Spring Affair on Cambridge Community Radio

NeighborMedia reporter/producer Maurice Wilkey interviews Jorge Galvez, aka Cruzz, one half of the djing duo for the event of Unity in Boston about Friday July 17th's upcoming 'Unity' party. The party will take place at GoodLife Bar Friday, July 17, 2015 from 9:30pm - 2am. #Cruzz #UnityBoston

NeighborMedia correspondent and Spring Affair producer, Maurice Wilkey aka DJ Mojavi @MoMassMedia interviews DJ Byoosik, @Byoosik, a local DJ and music producer, about the upcomi

NeighborMedia reporter/producer Maurice Wilkey interviews David Day, of MMMMaven in Cambridge about Boston's upcoming 'A Celebration of Summer II: The Donna Summer Memorial Roller Disco Tribute Party' 2015. The Skate Dance Party - will take place on Boston's City Hall Plaza Friday, June 19, 2015 from 6pm - 10pm.

NeighborMedia and Spring Affair producer, Maurice Wilkey, interviews Ini Tomeu, Public Information Officer for the City of Cambridge, about Cambridge's upcoming City Dance Party 2015. The City Dance Party - #CityDanceParty - will take place in Central Square Cambridge Friday, June 26, 2015 from 7pm - 11pm. Go to or @CambMA on twitter for more information.


Maurice Wilkey, aka DJ Mojavi, sits down for an <a href="" title="NeighborMedia">NeighborMedia</a> interview with two djs at this year's <a href="" title="Together Boston Festival">Together Boston Festival</a>, #togetherboston, <a href="" title="@together">@together</a>, togethe

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. Below are video highlights from last Friday night's event and interviews with the participants.