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Topic: Arts & Entertainment

Reflecting On Our Pandemic Experience

Artists all over the world have tapped into their experiences during the pandemic to inspire their work. Arlington’s current Artist-in-Residence, Nilou Moochhala, has done just that. Here’s ACMi News correspondent

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Ottoson Art Team

Arlington residents have a bunch of summer recreation activities to choose from, but how about those more interested in the arts? Senior News Producer, Anim Osmani introduces us to a

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ACMi News: June 25, 2021

The Arlington High baseball team’s storybook season comes to an end, but the future looks bright! An ambitious public art project aims to reflect our community’s experience of the COVID-19

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ACMi News: June 18, 2021

Arlington is getting a facelift to add a little sparkle to the town and its businesses. Residents welcome back a “normal” Farmers’ Market, and it feels like new! And, Arlington

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Clay Dreams

One local family shop in East Arlington managed to find its own way to stay afloat. The pandemic challenged Clay Dreams to change its business model to accommodate for the

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Regent Theatre Reopening

For 105 years, the Regent Theatre has been presenting concerts, performances, and other events, but they are as excited as they’ve ever been at the prospect of reopening to their

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ACMi News: June 11, 2021

At the foot of Arlington’s iconic Water Tower, flags wave to commemorate heroes from all over town. June is Pride Month, and there’s a full schedule of activities and events

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ACMi News: June 04, 2021

Fire swept through a two-family home in East Arlington last weekend. Arlington Police de-escalate a tense situation in Mugar Woods as an officer keeps his cool while facing a man

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ACMi News: May 28, 2021

Massachusetts is steaming ahead towards a fully reopened economy, with changes coming fast. The Minuteman High School Robotics Team achieves a real first. The Arlington International Film Festival has chosen

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Birthday Letters

The pandemic effectively eliminated community gatherings to celebrate birthdays over the last year, but some Arlingtonians found a way to keep the festive spirit going. It began with one resident

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