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By OriginallyFromDotParker - 3/16/19 - 9:37 pm

Long-time DigBoston contributor Barry Thompson's series of interviews for an oral history about DigBoston (formerly Boston's Weekly Dig) in DigBoston: Read more.

By SCATV Somerville - 6/22/15 - 8:02 pm

Summer is here and so is our next batch of media production classes. There are some great classes to sign up for! If you haven't already joined as a member, please sign up for an upcoming orientation, online here. You will receive discounted tuition rates. You can find the online of all our classes here and below are the upcoming classes:

By SCATV Somerville - 3/4/15 - 5:53 pm

Programming Spotlights: Watch on Ch.3 or online
Here are some SCATV programs featured for March. All shows are also streamed live on our website at www.scatvsomerville.org/watch.

By presspass - 9/24/12 - 5:54 pm

Press Pass TV is a non-profit organization that harnesses the power of media arts to empower youth in under-served communities. In this segment, PPTV partners with the City School to take an in-depth look at an innovative education program in Haiti. Click here to check out the video!

By cdevers - 10/24/11 - 1:10 am

Following the recent unpleasantness, Somerville mayor Joe Curtatone surprised the crowd at the city's Halloween parade with an unexpected disguise today.


By david_yamada - 1/30/10 - 9:02 am

This morning's boston.com ran this headline and subhead describing yesterday's Presidential appearance at the Republican Congressional retreat in Baltimore:

Obama, GOP exchange scoldings in rare debate
President Obama denied he was a Bolshevik, Republicans denied they were obstructionists, and both sides denied they were to blame for toxic politics. (New York Times)

Here's the headline and subhead on nytimes.com describing the same event:

Off Script, Obama and the G.O.P. Vent Politely
President Obama attended a House Republican retreat for a robust debate on policies and politics with the opposition, a rarity in the scripted world of American politics.

By david_yamada - 6/29/09 - 10:02 pm

I must confess that Michael Jackson's death did not send me scurrying to the media in search of retrospectives or remembrances, until Michael Thomas wrote this op-ed piece in Sunday's New York Times. Michael is a former Bay Stater who related his days of growing up in Waltham and idolizing the Jackson 5 to family struggles he's experienced in his own life:

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