- Arts + Culture
How do residents get their local news? What is the correlation between an interest in local news and civic engagement? Cambridge Community Television is asking through Sept. 30.
Kendall Square Cinemas is approved to stay open until 2:30 a.m. on weekends, taking advantage of new late-night hours for the T.
Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride is not the origin of what we saw in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies. So stop saying it.
Local alternative media are getting better, led by Spare Change News, the paper for and by the homeless that just got a stellar website redesign.
Cambridge Community Television is offering free short courses Sunday on technology needed on video and news production.
Seeing this film poster around town, you may feel compelled to run, not walk, to someplace not showing this film.
The 2014 Somerville Community Access Television annual gathering is live tonight in Union Square, with Joe Lynch of the “Greater Somerville” show hosting the awards portion.
Cambridge Community Television is opening its classes to non-members for the first time, with the change arriving Wednesday with the new year.
UnAmerika’s Sweetheart Karin Webb is an actor, performance artist, dancer, burlesque performer, puppeteer, director and teacher working on adding another credit to the list: blogger.
It has nothing to do with Cambridge, but this is such a priceless gem of a news paragraph that it really deserves a wider audience. Enjoy.