This Week in NeighborMedia

This Week in NeighborMedia

Everything else you need to know about Independence Day, art & meditation, the homeless & police, a photo contest, a dance party and more!

  • Posted on: 5 July 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.

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  • Americans celebrate Independence Day, but what about Unity Day? NeighborMedia journo Stephen Kaiser strives to make sense of independence, flags, fireworks, unity and tragedy in this column here:
  • What happens when you combine meditation and spirituality with paint? A colorful gallery at CCTV! NMJ Maurice Wilkey talks to the artist behind the artwork in this video report here:
  • Some 300 homeless people live in Cambridge. The highest concentrations of homeless are in Central Square and Cambridgeport. Meanwhile, the homeless population in Harvard Square goes up in the summer. So, what is the Cambridge Police Department doing to help? Mary Holbrow reports:
  • 50 for 50: The Cambridge Historical Commission, celebrating its 50th anniversary, is holding a photo contest for the best pics capturing what makes Cambridge so Cambridge! Siobhan Bredin has the details:
  • Cambridge gets jiggy with it. See last Friday's massive dance party through the eyes of social media. Saul Tannenbaum storifies the tweets:

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