What’s Cooking? | Buffalo Chicken Dip – Ep. 12

On this episode of  “What’s Cooking?” Chef Dave makes a buffalo chicken dip! At the time of posting the Super Bowl is this weekend, and chances are you or someone you know if going to a party.

You may be wondering what to bring, and one dish that can please a crowd is a buffalo chicken dip. You can’t beat this dip in terms of how easy it is and how delicious the end product is. It is very cheesy and the hot sauce adds only a little bit of heat, so even those that don’t like spicy foods could find themselves enjoying.

For those that want to print & try this recipe you can take it from below.

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Senator Markey and Rep. Eshoo Introduce Legislation to Protect Community Television

But first, a message from Executive Director, Seth Albaum:

LCTV’s weekly news program is going to have more airtime on our channel and we are concentrating more resources towards news content. We are not alone. While media access centers throughout the country have always played an important role in informing the public and covering government affairs, more are finding themselves the last in their municipalities to be able to provide any sort of local coverage at all.

Local news doesn’t create itself. Links to news, or “news,” do not just magically appear on Facebook unless people at a news operation of some sort put in the time and effort. More than likely, the people who created them need to put roofs over their heads and food on their tables. Yet, people have come to expect it for free, and as a result, there’s less of it – local news has taken a big hit, and some cities are not served at all anymore.

I’m sure you’ve heard people say, “I don’t want to subscribe to that paper online because…” of X, Y, or Z. So, what’s left if you run out of free articles from that paper you don’t want to support? Oh, so you have a buddy who sees all the meetings and tells you what happened (as someone said to me, recently.) More than likely that buddy is watching the meetings in the comfort of his or her home thanks to outlets like Lynn Community Television. What if LCTV couldn’t do that anymore.

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Public Access Channel Schedule Changes – Taking effect Jan. 20, 2020

Starting this Monday (Jan. 20, 2020) we will be playing a new schedule on our Public Access Channel! This is the first time in years that we’ve revamped our schedule, and it is being done to put more emphasis on member-produced shows here in Lynn.

We will also begin to play our news show every weekday at 6AM & 6PM. The LCTV News features a recap of the last week’s headlines, video recaps of events, interviews with elected officials/community leaders, and more! New episodes are released every Friday. You can watch episodes of the LCTV News on our website by clicking here.

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MBTA Winter 2020 Weekend Orange Line Diversions

For Immediate Release: January 10, 2020
Media Contact: lbattiston@mbta.com

Building a Better T: MBTA Winter 2020 Weekend Orange Line Diversions

 Four January-February Weekend Diversions from Sullivan Square to Tufts Medical Center Start January 17

 Shuttle buses will be provided between Sullivan Square and Haymarket only; no service between Sullivan and Tufts Medical Center

 Customers urged to use parallel Green Line service through downtown Boston

 

Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Pi.1415926535

BOSTON – Today the MBTA announced upcoming weekend closures on the Orange Line between Sullivan Square and Tufts Medical Center Stations beginning at 8:45 p.m. on Fridays through Sundays for four weekends in January and February starting the weekend of January 17.

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