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  The most current city public service announcement from the series “In the Loop” featured Sunday’s Revere Block Party at Suffolk Downs. It was a free, family-friendly, multicultural event that included food, live music, local artists, vendors, family activities and dance performances. RevereTV covered this event and will soon post the sights-and-sounds video package on YouTube, Facebook and the Community Channel.

  The Annual Revere Overdose Memorial aired live on RevereTV at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday. The event streamed live on Facebook, YouTube and all RevereTV channels. Replays of the memorial are viewable on RTV’s YouTube at your convenience; it is also scheduled to run on RevereTV at various times over the next month.

  RevereTV gained a few new community members over the past few weeks. This is a reminder that becoming a community member is completely free and available to any Revere resident. A membership gets you access to all production classes and teaches you the skills needed to create your own television program. Some community members choose to use their talent to volunteer for RevereTV productions – usually local sports and event coverage. Classes include basic studio, basic camera and editing. For more information on what RevereTV offers and how to become a member, call 781-426-9498 to make an appointment.

  Municipal meetings ramped up again at the end of August after a little summer hiatus. The latest include the Revere City Council, Zoning Sub-Committee and Board of Health. Tune in next Thursday for the next Cultural Council Meeting.

  Government meetings are streamed live on RevereTV, Facebook and YouTube. Replays can be watched on all three outlets mentioned. RTV GOV is channel 9 for Comcast subscribers, and channels 13 and 613 on RCN. All past meetings are available on YouTube in the respective playlist to be viewed at any time.

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