This Week in NeighborMedia

This Week in NeighborMedia

Everything else you need to know about: a Declaration of Independence for teens, Lady Liberty in Cambridge, a Hack-a-thon at MIT and more!

  • Posted on: 28 June 2013
  • By: frank

This Week in NeighborMedia: a recap of the week's must-read Cambridge stories produced by NeighborMedia reporters and contributors at Cambridge Community Television.

Latest stories

  • Imagine how the Declaration of Independence would look if written by a group of 16-year-olds. NeighborMedia reporter Stephen Kaiser has done just that. Read what he came up with here: http://tinyurl.com/mnb8rrq
  • Has the Statue of Liberty been relocated to the People’s Republic? Well, no, but take a look at what our correspondent, Beverly Mire, spotted in one Cambridge neighborhood: http://tinyurl.com/qcobbtv
  • A Hack-A-Thon? Check out what happens when 40 hackers descend upon MIT’s Media Lab. NeighborMedia journalist Saul Tannenbaum was at the event. See his report in “Liberating Civic Data”: http://tinyurl.com/nblq6ct
  • In Bev Mire’s ongoing series, she considers another reason why people make Cambridge their home, and you might find it in your very own “Yard.” Story here: http://tinyurl.com/lcb2kge
  • Also: Cambridge Community Television is hosting its annual Back Lot BBQ fundraiser. Click here for all the meaty details.

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