Metro Pedal Power is a team of dedicated individuals doing what we love Ã?Â¢?? ride on! We believe that much of our last mile inter-city freight can (and should) be done with pedal-powered vehicles, rather than with gas powered vehicles. We are part of the movement to enhance the health and well being of our communities, improve the livability of our cities, and relieve urban congestion and pollution. Our burly vehicles and heroic riders work in all weather carrying loads up to 500 lbs. The goal of the organization is to provide an attractive and efficient service that is cost-effective for the customer, prosperous for us as an organization, and that contributes to the well-being of the community at large. By demonstrating what is possible to do with pedal-powered vehicles, we inspire others to do more on bikes. We offer support and consulting services to help other businesses implement their own pedal-powered vehicle programs by providing the necessary support systems such as rider training, vehicle sales, and full maintenance and repair shop services.
Community Servings is a not-for-profit food and nutrition program providing services throughout Massachusetts to individuals and families living with critical and chronic illnesses. We give our clients, their dependent families, and caregivers appealing, nutritious meals, and send the message to those in greatest need that someone cares. Our goals are to help our clients maintain their health and dignity and preserve the integrity of their families through free, culturally appropriate, home-delivered meals, nutrition education, and other community programs.
INTEGRO is a portrait of former solider and artist William Kleinledler and his experience with The Fisher Houses. It is a story of strength and transformation. The short film details Bill's experience as he suffered an IED attack and his subsequent recovery with the help of veterans care centers such as The Fisher House. Through an intimate look at Bill's experience and the details of his artistic relationship with The Houses, a story of transformation emerges.
On a day of rained out events, Mayor Martin Walsh invited us into his kitchen to share about the City he calls home.
spoke to several folk without prior warning and asked their thoughts about the immigration debate
On April 24th, Company One staff attended a Gender Parity Town Hall, convened by StageSource to talk about the imbalance of opportunities for women in Boston theatre. C1 Director of New Work, Ilana Brownstein, led the forum with conversation about the statistics - a sort of thermometer for Boston and the nation. StageSource Executive Director Julie Hennrikus and Ilana discuss this meeting in context, as they and several others also look towards a future where things come out a lot more balanced.
The video is an introduction to the Ucal McKenzie Breakaway Foundation, an non-profit organization founded to serve Boston youths through the sport of soccer, with an emphasis on health and nutrition. The foundation offers soccer clinics during the summer months, instilling life lessons of dedication, determination, and discipline to its participants.
3 men tell their personal stories about addiction, homelessness, religion and society
"What are your concerns/hopes for the future of the neighborhood?" Everyone's response focused on development and how it will affect the neighborhood and Boston itself.
"What do you love about Boston?" No one had a hard time answering this question. One Love Boston!
In the summer of 2013, a group of 20-somethings decided to make a difference in Cambridge city politics. Amongst that small group, Nadeem Mazen volunteered to run for City Council. With his imaginative and tech/art/education/business-savvy campaign team, Nadeem defied the odds, winning the election and three subsequent recounts. Looking for change, Cambridge voters elected Nadeem Mazen, the city's first Muslim City Councillor. Channeling NadeemÃ¢??s inclusive, community-based, and progressive ethos, his team reunites for a day of civic engagement and dinner celebrations. We hear from members of the campaign team, volunteers, and new recruits, as they clue us in to the ways they are engaging the community around tech, art, education, business, and environmental advocacy.
B-roll of Chinatown at night. Shots include a variety of street scenes, people at restaurants, abstract textures, homeless, people on the street, and others. Filmed in full HD using the Canon C500. No sound. Longer takes available.
Night falling on the ocean on the edge of Boston Harbor. Breaking Waves.
This is simply b-roll of a variety of Boston skyline shots with a few added street scenes and time-lapse. All were shot at night in full HD using the Canon C500. No sound. Longer takes available.
Shore -- houses perched on the edge, waves breaking, seagulls soaring
WS Boston Harbor at dusk -- The ancient estuaries that run out through Boston Harbor and the ocean forces that push back into it have brought the trade that turned the area into a city.
Dana Farber nurse, Colleen Chin talks about her work