Join host KyAnn Anderson as she speaks with Community Cooks’ Elizabeth Shaw-Caffrey about this locally grown non-profit that has been making a difference in Somerville since 1991. With a network of over 300 volunteers, they offer home-cooked meals to hungry and vulnerable neighbors in our community by partnering with other non-profit organizations. Whether you’re a Todd English wanna-be or simply want to financially contribute, tune in to find out why this organization continues to make Somerville proud year after year. For additional episodes, please visit the Greater Somerville blog at: http://www.greatersomerville.wordpress.com
Join hosts Joe Lynch and KyAnn Anderson as they celebrate the New Year of 2014 as well as reflect on the top stories of 2013. Find out their thoughts on the Somerville inauguration, development in Union Square, and how they see our City evolving in the months ahead. While it may be cold outside, let Greater Somerville warm you up with educated local insight on the latest doings of our ever-changing community.
Does Somerville really NEED more condos? With the recent proposal of the Maaco site (adjacent Market Basket & Milk Row Cemetery) to be re-zoned to mix-use development, the existing commercial zoning could be severely impacted in our city for generations to come. Join host KyAnn Anderson, as she speaks with Ward 4 Alderman Tony Lafuente and Space Equals Work representative Tim Devin, to discuss this important proposal facing the residents and business owners of Union Square. While the Commercial Corridor District 55 overlay works successfully in parts of the Union Square rezoning initiative, find out why for this particular area of the city, Somerville simply deserves better.
Tonight on Greater Somerville, host Joe Lynch welcomes back to Tribe Somerville former Somerville Journal reporter and current Boston Globe correspondent covering Somerville, journalist Brock Parker. Somervillians may remember his coverage, six years ago, of news stories about FBI investigations, Curtatone running for Governor, the scurrilous behavior of aggressive developers, and city elections. Oh well, the more things change, the more they stay the same…………………………..watch the interview and learn what Parker has been up to over at the Globe. Greater Somerville airs live tonight, channel 3, SCATV, 7:30. No time to watch tonight? Catch the reply here or go to greatersomerville.wordpress.com for all your Greater Somerville episodes.
Join hosts KyAnn Anderson and Joe Lynch as they say goodbye to summer and discuss upcoming events, the latest news stories, and what you can expect on Greater Somerville as we kick off the political season of 2013. The summer sun may be over, but things will be heating up soon as we head towards the polls in November. Tune in to find out more.
Episode Link: http://www.scatvsomerville.org/greater-somerville-presents-candidates-speak-out/
Join hosts Joe Lynch and KyAnn Anderson, as “Greater Somerville” and Somerville Community Access Television are airing a special of the 2013 preliminary election candidates program recently produced at SCATV. The preliminary election is on Sept. 24. Please remember to vote! SCATV also is running this special on Channel 3 in Somerville.
“Greater Somervile” will be producing a show in October for the November ballot candidates. Stay tuned.
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.