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Topic: Arts & Entertainment

ACMi News: August 13, 2021

We all know exercise promotes health and well-being. The folks at Blue Bikes are making that point in a novel way. One key to maintaining mental health through the pandemic?

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ACMi News: August 06, 2021

There’s always something new at the Arlington Farmers’ Market, including a healthy concoction that will satisfy any sweet tooth. Break a leg! Wow, we haven’t said that in a long

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Chairful Where You Sit 2021

If you’re looking for a truly unique piece of furniture, the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture is hosting an event that would be perfect for you. Chairful Where You

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ACMi News: July 30, 2021

West Nile Virus crops up in Medford, and one Arlingtonian is taking no chances. Wondering who brews the best beer in the entire world? Well, he might just be your

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Studio Knights: Painting Rocks

Studio Knights: Painting Rocks

Thanks to the garden crew: Margie DiMonte, Wu, and Charlotte Pierce. Also to Isaias Cevallos for the graphics work! This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc.

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Three Views of a Secret

Our friends at the Old Schwamb Mill are unveiling a new exhibit featuring works that three local artists produced during the pandemic. It’s entitled “Three Views of a Secret,” and

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ACMi News: July 23, 2021

A new Arlington dining option puts its own spin on the idea of fusion cuisine. Two APD officers put their own spin on the police ride-along. And there’s no great

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Haiku in the Heights

On Wednesday, June 14th, the community gathered to celebrate Haiku in the Heights. ACMi News Reporter Alexandria Acacia was in attendance, and shares the sights and sounds from that evening.

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ACMi News: July 16, 2021

Throughout the nation, many cities and towns have experienced a spike in crime. In Arlington, thankfully, not so much. We explore why. A few weeks back, ACMi was invited to

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Cyrus Dallin Self-Portrait

A trustee of the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum recently came to ACMi to share the exclusive unveiling of a new addition to their vast collection of art. Once again, here’s

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July 4th Celebration Returns

After a long hiatus, Fourth of July celebrations are back in Arlington. ACMi’s Toby Barrett spoke with one of the organizers of this year’s festivities. For the latest updates, you

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ACMi News: July 02, 2021

Business is booming for local shops that survived the pandemic. Now they face a brand-new challenge. The Arlington Fire Department hosts a fun community event, with burgers on the grill,

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