This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television.
- Toni Bee documents local efforts to support Haiti and celebrate Black History Month: "Haitian Art from HAAM."
- Karen Klinger interviews anthropologist Melvin Konner, who discusses the science of childhood: "Scientist Looks at Childhood Through Prism of Evolution."
- Saul Tannenbaum provides an update on his ongoing efforts to gain access to snow-related city data: "City Council Order Facilitating Access to Data Impedes Access to Data."
- Susana Segat embarks upon a project to get to know Cambridge's State Reps and Senators: "PROJECT: Cambridge Delegation."
- Siobhan Bredin continues her series on Public Art in Cambridge, including a video of the vibrant mural, "Crosswinds:" "Public Art Tour Maps 7 and 8: Central Square Area." [VIDEO]
- Chris Baeckstrom, NeighborMedia's newest correspondent and a Cambridge native, tells us a bit about himself: "Introduction."
- Saul Tannenbaum describes Edward Glaeser's recent book and Feb 16th Cambridge talk: "Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest Invention Makes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier."
- Susana Segat interviews Dr. Peniel E. Joseph in preparation for his talk at the Cambridge Public Library: "In Honor of Black History Month." [VIDEO]
- Sarah Cortes interviews David Adams on local effort to model positive parenting: "How to be a good father-parenting classes teach respect." [VIDEO]
- Susana Segat covers Harvard Square celebrations and interviews Paul Lee, proprietor of the Hong Kong restaurant: "Chinese New Year Celebration." [VIDEO]
- Mary Holbrow reports on Feb 17 meeting: "Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association Elections."
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