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Community Preservation Committee 2/15/17

Tags: Northampton, Massachusetts, Noho, Hamp, Northampton MA, government, politics, public meetings, government transparency, open meeting law, free speech, NCTV, Public Access, Television, local TV, community media

Making Up Love – Part 3

New Century Theatre actors perform a scripted scene line by line while Happier Valley Comedy improvisers walk into the scene for the first time, performing their parts out of thin air. Based on Happier Valley Comedy’s popular SCRIPTED/UNSCRIPTED show, this…

Making Up Love – Part 2

New Century Theatre actors perform a scripted scene line by line while Happier Valley Comedy improvisers walk into the scene for the first time, performing their parts out of thin air. Based on Happier Valley Comedy’s popular SCRIPTED/UNSCRIPTED show, this…

Making Up Love – Part 1

New Century Theatre actors perform a scripted scene line by line while Happier Valley Comedy improvisers walk into the scene for the first time, performing their parts out of thin air. Based on Happier Valley Comedy’s popular SCRIPTED/UNSCRIPTED show, this…

Making up Love – Part 4

New Century Theatre actors perform a scripted scene line by line while Happier Valley Comedy improvisers walk into the scene for the first time, performing their parts out of thin air. Based on Happier Valley Comedy’s popular SCRIPTED/UNSCRIPTED show, this…

Joint Meeting of City Council & School Committee 1/31/17

Joint Meeting of City Council & School Committee 1/31/17 Tags: Northampton, Massachusetts, Noho, Hamp, Northampton MA, government, politics, public meetings, government transparency, open meeting law, free speech, NCTV, Public Access, Television, local TV, community media

No DAPL Protest at UMass

Andre Kopacki reports on the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest that occured at UMass on November 4th, 2016 in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux peoples.

Western Mass Jobs with Justice PSA 2014

Western Mass Jobs with Justice has been working for over 20 years improve working people’s standard of living, fight for job security, and protect workers’ right to organize. www.wmjwj.org