Description: Cambridge Mayor Daniel Hayes is interviewed about the presence of hippies in Cambridge. He objects to there being over 2000 hippies living in "pads" in Cambridge especially in the residential areas. He notes that since they can't afford to live in Harvard Square, they're more concentrated in the Central Square area. He defines "hippie" in his own words. Reporter Roger Goodrich reasks the questions after the interview.
Collection: WHDH
Date Created: 10/1967
Description: Former Boston Redevelopment Authority director Ed Logue tours and comments on development downtown and in Charlestown and Cambridge. He talks about housing prices, the vitality of different neighborhoods, and urban design. He decries prominent glass towers as insensitive to surrounding historical buildings. International Place, Exchange Place, Rowes Wharf, waterfront, Athenaeum. Audio goes out at the very end.
Collection: Ten O'Clock News
Date Created: 12/26/1986