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Join hosts KyAnn Anderson & Joe Lynch as they kick-off the summer months in Somerville and beyond. Want to find something fun to do this summer? Then tune into Greater Somerville tonight to find out what hot events you can’t afford to miss. Oh yes, and don’t forget your sunscreen everyone! Enjoy.
Grand Uncle Joe Lynch received this photo from Greater Somerville’s newest fan. Not sure what the bunnies are all about, but glad she’s not fast asleep. We may have taken that to mean we’re boring. Thanks to Christie and Grayson for blessing me with another Greater Somerville viewer.
Tonight on Greater Somerville, host Joe Lynch responds to a recent letter issued by Mayor Joe Curtatone regarding the alleged homophobic slurs against a sitting alderman. Joe Lynch, an openly gay man who ran for Somerville alderman in Ward 5 in 2007, earlier this week wrote an open letter to the Mayor and the public addressing homophobia in Somerville and related issues.
Tonight on Greater Somerville host Joe Lynch gives equal time to two opponents of the proposed cycle track on Beacon Street. The $4.5 million dollar Beacon Street reconstruction project now proposes to include a “cycle track” as part of the upgrade of utilities, ADA compliance upgrades and roadway and sidewalk reconstruction. In addition to the loss of on-street parking, the opponents of the “cycle track” have stated that there are serious design flaws in the Design Consultants Inc. plan, unaddressed public safety concerns not only for cyclists, but for motorists and pedestrians as well.
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Tonight on a special edition of Greater Somerville, host Joe Lynch is joined in the SCATV studios by two time Emmy winner, WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to discuss the state of the national political scene, the comings and goings of Massachusetts elected officials and speculated on the political future of two Joes. That would be Mayor Joe Curtatone and host Joe Lynch. You may be surprised by what Keller and Lynch had to say.
Again this year, we are thrilled to announce that Greater Somerville has garnered another nomination for “Best Hot Set” show from Somerville Community Access Television. The awards will be presented on Thursday, January 24, 2013 during a live telecast from from the SCATV studios. And guess who is hosting and presenting the awards? Our own Joe Lynch! And guess who is also nominated for “Best Show Host” for his gig as commentator for Somerville Scout magazines “King of the Ville” road race? Our own Joe Lynch, again! We wonder if Joe will also be in the audience rooting on “Greater Somerville”, KyAnn and himself? We don’t doubt it………….all the best to KyAnn and Joe for a terrific night at the 2012 Annual SCATV Awards.
Host Joe Lynch speaks with Sam Baltrusis, the new Managing Editor of Somerville Scout Magazine.
Join hosts Joe Lynch and KyAnn Anderson for their Greater Somerville Holiday Special, as they welcome Reaching For The Stars’ Champion Lillian Testa, as she makes her debut appearance on the show. Singing a few holiday classics along with her own musical selections, Lillian dazzles the cozy and festive studio, as we send out warm holiday wishes to our Somerville viewers and beyond. We’d like to take this time to wish everyone a Happy Holidays from everyone here at Greater Somerville!
Join hosts KyAnn Anderson and Joe Lynch as they speak to Friends of the Community Path’s Co-Founder Lynn Weissman about important upcoming events, why the Path needs to be built in tandem to the Green Line Extension Project, and what the Somerville community can do to get involved and make the Path a reality.
Green Line Extension / Community Path – Design Team Meeting
Thursday, Dec. 11th, 6-8pm, Holiday Inn, Somerville
(your voice is important, please attend!)
Tonight at 7:30 on Somerville Community Access Television’s award winning “Greater Somerville”, join host KyAnn Anderson and Joe Lynch as they talk with Parkour Generations Americas’ Blake Evitt about his passion for this worldwide training discipline phenomenon, and why he feels its recent program launch in Somerville will enhance our community and get us moving.