This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television.
- Karen Klinger uncovers the local roots and work of video game makers: "Local Video Game Makers Tout Wares at Science Festival."
- Saul Tannenbaum describes the May 4th Finance Committee Hearing: "City Information Technology Budget Sparks Heated Discussion at Finance Committee Hearing."
- Miriam Greenberg introduces herself and reflects on adjusting to life in Cambridge: "Learning Curve."
- Saul Tannenbaum reports on ways municipalities use technology for civic engagement: "Council Finance Committee Explores Municipal Innovation."
- Siobhan Bredin spotlights the voices and artwork of artists participating in the upcoming Cambridge Open Studios [VIDEO]: "Artists speak for themselves – COS 2011."
- Susana Segat talks to Andrea Lovett of Massmouth about StoriesLive, where High School students craft and tell personal stories: "Slam a Story."
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