Teen TV checks out the sweet pad belong-ing to Zumix, an organization in East Boston that empowers youth through music. Recording studio, sound system, radio sta-tion, baby grand...
Zumix has it all!
THE FOOD PROJECT
Teen TV correspondent Gabby Camacho investigates The Food Project's urban garden and farmers' market in Dorchester. The Food Project brings young people from the city and the suburbs together to grow local fresh food for the Boston community.
BIKES NOT BOMBS
Risa McKenzie and Michael Sequiera investigate Bike Not Bombs, an organ-ization that offers bicycle technology
to impoverished countries as a peace-ful alternative to war and environmental degradation, as well
as mentoring youths and selling used bicycles at their bike shop here in Boston.
Teen TV takes a look at Pet Pals, a program of Match Up interfaith volunteers, which aranges animal visits for the elderly. Our crew spent a day with a golden retriever named Abby as she brought joy to elderly residents and searched for crumbs on the carpet.
SAY WHAT: SAVING ENERGY
Teen TV takes it to
the streets to find out what everday people are doing to save en-ergy. One little girl is trying to get her dad to put solar panels on the roof of their house.
Teen TV takes
a look at G-Row,
and afterschool and summer rowing program for girls
in the Boston area.
THE STEAMROLLER PROJECT
Teen TV takes a look at a summer art program for youth at the Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation. The youth explore a number of issues such as HIV prevention and violence prevention with large scale printmaking using a steamroller.