Wig Zamore – Citizens Advisory Committee Chair (3.4.14)

Join host KyAnn Anderson as she speaks with longtime community activist and newly appointed CAC Chair Wig Zamore about the upcoming development in Union Square. As the City of Somerville prepares for the completion of the Green Line Extension Station in Union Square in 2017, they are in search of a Master Developer who will help guide the long term development of seven large land parcels adjacent the station. As community members and business owners express concerns about the long-term impacts this amount of development will have on this culturally vibrant and quaint neighborhood, Mayor Curtatone has created a 19-person committee to oversee this Master Developer selection process, by providing an advisory role to the Somerville Redevelopment Authority. In the months ahead, this committee will make its recommendation on which one of the nine proposals submitted should be selected to direct the transformation of Union Square over the next 30 years. Tune in to find out what’s being done to protect the unique characteristics of Union Square, how innovative businesses are here to stay, and why it is so important for the community to stay informed about this development process in the months and years ahead. For additional episodes, please visit the Greater Somerville blog at:  www.greatersomerville.wordpress.com.

KyAnn & Joe – Summer Kick-Off! (6.11.13)

 

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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.

Joe Lynch – Homophobia in Somerville

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.

Thalia Tringo & Jonathan Mitchell – Somerville Real Estate Experts (1.8.13)

Join host KyAnn Anderson as she talks with Somerville’s real estate experts Thalia Tringo and Jonathan Mitchell to find out what’s HOT, what’s NOT, and where you need to be looking for property in 2013. Whether you’re on the hunt for a new home, have property to sell, or simply curious about real estate market trends, tonight’s episode is one to watch.
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Lillian Testa – Reaching For The Stars’ 2012 Champion (12.11.12)

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!

 

Blake Evitt – Parkour Generations Americas (11.13.12)

 

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.

 

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Joe & KyAnn – Election Night 2012 (11.6.12)

Join hosts Joe Lynch and KyAnn Anderson as they talk politics and some of the critical items up for a vote in today’s election. Find out their predictions on the winners and what makes them so proud to be Somervillians on days like today. Congratulations to all of the winners in today’s election and a heartfelt THANK YOU for all of the election officials and volunteers on a job well done.