If you ask Chef Kelly Armetta from the latest episode of “Cooking Made Simple,” he’ll tell you he cooked with “the better fish!” Last week’s premiere is currently replaying on the RTV Community Channel. You can watch him make barramundi two ways with side dishes, one of which could be fun for kids. If you want to follow along at your convenience, you can find this episode and all past episodes in a playlist on RevereTV’s YouTube page.
RTV Sports coverage is back on television. This time RevereTV is covering the home games of the local Women’s Football Alliance team, the Boston Renegades. Home games take place at Harry Della Russo Stadium and will play live on all RevereTV outlets. Last weekend the Renegades took on the Detroit Venom. If you missed the game coverage, you can watch replays on some nights on the RevereTV Community Channel, but you can watch at any time on YouTube.
If you are a fan of attending or watching senior center events, keep an eye out for some new recent programming. RevereTV was at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center event that marked the end of Ramadan, Eid al-Fitr. The recording will play on RevereTV following the “Senior Health Series” fitness videos and the “Senior Center Concert” that plays every weekday morning.
Coming soon on RevereTV, you will see a new episode of “What’s Cooking, Revere?” featuring Dr. Maritsa Barros as head chef in the kitchen studio! Dr. Barros is the new Chief Officer of Talent and Culture for the City of Revere and is becoming more of a familiar face at city events. Watch this new episode in the coming weeks that will introduce residents to Dr. Barros as she shares one of her favorite recipes.
On RTV GOV, expect to see the latest municipal meetings. These meetings include the Board of Health and the Human Rights Commission. Human Rights Commission Meetings on the last Thursday of every month and Monday meetings in association with the Revere City Council Meeting include the option of a Spanish translation on RevereTV’s YouTube. All municipal meetings stream live on RTV GOV, Facebook and YouTube. Any Spanish translations of meetings can be found on YouTube, live and after recording.