Self-guided tour No. 4: Take a quick spin through our political movements on the back of a bicycle By Marieke Van Damme Monday, April 26, 2021 The first stop on the “Pedaling the People’s Republic” bike tour is Cambridge Common, pictured here circa 1970, when this area became part of the counterculture movement. (Photo: Cambridge Historical Society) “All politics is local,” said Tip O’Neill, Cambridge resident and speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1977 to 1986.
Please come out to Porter Square - Sunday, Sept.13, at 10 am.
Help us say "Not One More"!
Bring your family, friends, your home-made signs, your masks and join your neighbors at Porter Square to "Stand Out Against Racism" to show how upset we are with institutional racism and continuing police violence in this country.
We welcome ALL of our neighbors and friends to join us. There is plenty of room around the Square and up/down Mass Ave to stay distanced and make an impact on passersby and drivers.
Please join us!
Fresh Food, Healthy Body, Healthy Planet
The perennial resolution to take better care of one’s body was the subtext of our January meeting.
Cambridge/Somerville Snow Clearance and Residential Energy Assessments
Annual Election of Officers
We reelected our current officers for another term.
Ruth Ryals, President
Susan Hunziker, Vice President and Secretary
Margaret Studier, Treasurer
Snow clearance on the Cambridge/Somerville line
The snow clearance policies and practices in Cambridge and Somerville were addressed by our two guests:
John Nardone, Deputy Commissioner, Cambridge DPW
" Food Waste"
Our speakers gave us different perspectives of the efforts to combat the evil twins of food insecurity and food waste.
- Sasha Purpura, Executive Director of Food For Free
- Todd Kaplan, representing Boston Area Gleaners
Food For Free