Senior RevereTV audiences will notice that a new episode of “The Senior FYI” is now playing during the morning programming block. Deb Peczka and Ed Deveau tell you about some upcoming events and initiatives of the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center. Although in-person events are limited, the staff continues to provide assistive services, like transportation and meal support, to Revere’s senior citizens. The Senior Center will soon be working with RevereTV again to provide new episodes of the “Senior Health Series,” which are fitness videos that currently play on weekday mornings through noon. To watch “The Senior FYI” and hear the latest from the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center, go to the RTV YouTube page at any time or tune in to the RTV Community Channel on weekday mornings.
A new episode of “Cooking Made Simple” will be premiering soon! Chef Kelly Armetta was back in the RevereTV Kitchen Studio this week to take you through another multicourse meal. As stated last week, “Cooking Made Simple” is Armetta’s spin-off show from his first experience on “What’s Cooking, Revere?” To view all cooking programs produced by RevereTV with community members, go to the RTV YouTube page, where you will find each show’s playlist. These cooking shows were first created in partnership with the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center to provide more programming for seniors when the pandemic began. The shows have now become RevereTV staples. All community programming can be watched on the Community Channel, which is 8 and 1072 on Comcast and 3 and 614 on RCN.
After a few postponements, RHS Basketball is back! RevereTV covered a few games over the past week. Game coverage is usually live, but it always replays on the Community Channel in the following weeks. Thank you to those who volunteer to announce and provide play-by-play during RTV’s sports coverage as it does improve the viewing experience. You should already see last week’s game coverage playing on the channel.
All RevereTV channels aired a Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday at 6 p.m. The tribute was organized by the Human Rights Commission in collaboration with Revere Public Schools. Two students led the audience through remarks by State Representatives Jessica Giannino and Jeff Turco, Mayor Brian Arrigo, State Senator Lydia Edwards and Assistant Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lourenço Garcia. You can view this tribute playing on RevereTV throughout the month of January and into February.