This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's captivating Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia correspondents at Cambridge Community Television.
- Siobhan Bredin previews the Harvard Museum of Natural History's glass sculpture exhibit "Glass Orchids" [VIDEO]: "Art and Science Intersect in Ghost Orchids."
- Hasson Rashid discusses issues relating to construction in Cambridge: "HOUSING CONTRACTOR VIOLATING COMMUNITY BUILDING STANDARDS!"
- Beverly Mire, new NeighborMedia correspondent, introduces herself, emphasizing her passion for writing and cooking: "Beverly Mire."
- Hasson Rashid covers the recent pre-Thanksgiving meal served by the YWCA and YMCA of Cambridge: "CAMBRIDGE'S YWCA/ YMCA JOINT THANKS GIVING DINNER 2011!"
- Andrew Reovan profiles a recent meeting of the city's Environment Committee and asks how the city can go even further: "Cambridge Environment Committee Preparing New Environmental Goals."
- Andrew Vitvitsky surveys the state the Warren campaign "Warren Senate Campaign in Spotlight with Promise of Economic Change."
- Hasson Rashid reports on a recent Harvard Law School event profiling the Attica Uprising: "FROM ATTICA TO ABOLITION"
Upcoming Cambridge Events
- December 3
- Cultural Survival Bazaar
- The Exquisite Conversation: An Adventure in Creating Books
- Händel's Messiah: Sing-Along With Cambridge Community Chorus
- December 6
- CCTV Photoshop Introduction Class
- December 7
- CCTV Beginning Studio Production: Primetime! Class
- CEOC 45th Anniversary Celebration
- Three Pianos- American Repertory Theater (through Jan 8)
For additional events or to post your own, visit CambridgeCalendar.org.
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