Creating Peace to Cooking with Grease

Creating Peace to Cooking with Grease

  • Posted on: 12 December 2002
  • By: owner

CCTV brings you an alternative to network TV with coverage of both world events and what's happening in our own backyard. Featured events this week are: FSTV's Mobile-Eyes on Creating Peace, the CCTV 2002 Backyard BBQ, and other programs of interest to Cambrdge-dwellers. Read on! (valid 12/18 through 12/24)

This weekend Free Speech TV brings us the newest edition in its ongoing Mobile-Eyes series. Mobile-Eyes on Creating Peace will demonstrate ways that people can create peace in their lives, their communities, and the world. Great peacemakers and artists like Thich Nhat Hanh, Michael Franti of Spearhead, Deva Premal, as well as documentaries and organization profiles, will be featured. Some of the featured organization will be Stone Circles, The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, The Children√Ęs Peace Academy, and the World Council of Elders. Watch Mobile-Eyes on Creating Peace on CCTV Channel 9 this Saturday and Sunday. The program is organized in unique 2-hour blocks from 8am-4pm.

If you're waxing nostalgic about summertime, tune in to the rebroadcast of the epic CCTV 2002 Backyard BBQ! Hosted by Kevin and Aliya of Bitchin' about Movies (Thursdays @7:00pm on Ch.9), the event featured the world/funk band Lovewhip, speakers including CCTV Director Susan Fleischmann and former mayor and city councilor Ken Reeves, and presentation of the Leading Role Award. Food, fun, and togas- it's all there! Hang out at the CCTV 2002 Backyard BBQ and reminisce about the days of summer. Watch CCTV Channel 10 on Saturday at 8pm or Sunday at noon to catch this event.

Other programs of local interest are the Mary Samourian Memorial Show (Friday @ 8pm on Ch.9, Saturday @ 6:15pm on Ch.10, Sunday @ 10:15am on Ch.10), and the Central Square Business Association dinner meeting (next two Saturdays @ 7pm on Ch.10, next two Sundays @ 11am on Ch.10).

CCTV, the Voice and Vision of Cambridge, is cable channels 9, 10, and 22. Email or call 617.661.6900 for more information about CCTV programming.