Presented by the Larchmont Mamaroneck Human Rights Committee
Watch it again
Monday, January 17
LMC Ch 75 Optimum / 36 Verizon
Or on demand right here!
Race and immigration status are lines that divide or connect us. With greater understanding and information, those lines blur. LMC Media’s web series “Lines Between Us” uses animation to educate, inspire, and create awareness about issues concerning racism and immigration. LMC Media worked with nonprofits that specialize in these issues to help identify voices that can speak out and tell individual stories. The videos are short stories told by an individual willing to speak on topics that have affected their lives.
To see a list of community partners and resources on this topic CLICK HERE.
There will be a broadcasted virtual meeting discussing the web series on Tues, 1/25 that aims to discuss police relations in our community with the objective of building bridges to honest discourse, understanding various perspectives & growing stronger community bonds. The event will consist of:
Nicole Alifante, Moderator & President of CURE
Bertha Rodriguez, Esq, The Community Resource Center
Chief Sandra DiRuzza, Village of Mamaroneck Police Department
Jeffery King, Town of Mamaroneck Councilman & Chair of the Racial Equity Task Force
LMC will work with this local group to help identify those who have been victims of racism, and on the opposite side, those who are “woke” and are able to identify the racism in their lives.
Through CRC we will identify the hard-working community members who have been victimized or treated unfairly because of their immigration status. Through their voices, we will hear about their fears, and what it means to be an immigrant in the day and age of ICE.
Catch LMC Media’s coverage of the Tournament by watching Mamaroneck’s games right here or on LMC Media
channel 77 Optimum, 34 Verizon at the following times!
Mamaroneck 57 – East Ramapo 16 (Girls 1st Round)
Mamaroneck 60 – Alexander Hamilton 48 (Boys 1st Round)
Mamaroneck 53 – Port Chester 46 (Girls Championship)
Mamaroneck 44 – Ardsley 43 (Boys Championship)
or watch on demand here, premiering at 9pm!
Village of Mamaroneck Mayor Tom Murphy
Village of Mamaroneck Trustee Nora Lucas
It’s that time of year again!
The shadows grow longer as the Harvest Moon rises
And the dark creeps in filled with ghoulish surprises..
Halloween season is upon us and with it comes a number of spooky specials and returning favorites!
See the schedules below
Demonika Diablo is back and crazier than ever! Crazy for some chilling late night scares that is. Terror TV returns for its fifth season! Watch the entire series on demand!
|October 8, 11pm||Blood Feast|
|October 15, 11pm||Thanksgiving in July & Drawing From Life|
|October 22, 11pm||Dead Air|
A couple checks into a rental cottage at the end of the vacation season and finds a mysterious twin bed inside that wasn’t mentioned in the online listing.
Watch the gripping short film by director Mark J Parker during the Terror TV Halloween Horror Movie Marathon this Friday.
Watch all three of Parker’s films starting with the award winning Sticks, followed by Family History and lastly Twin.
Saturday (10/30) & Sunday (10/31) at 9:20am and 7:40pm
Relive the award winning Andrey Gordon Production, The Rascal! Beginning Friday, October 8th LMC will be airing the entire series every weekend in October!
|October 8-10, 9:30pm||The Rascal Season 1: Episodes 1, 2, & 3|
|October 15-17, 9:30pm||The Rascal Season 1: Episodes 4, 5, & 6|
|October 22-24, 9:30pm||The Rascal Season 2: Episodes 1, 2, & 3|
|October 29-31, 9:30pm||The Rascal Season 2: Episodes 4, 5, & 6|
LMC Media stands in solidarity with our friends and neighbors suffering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Ida. We have created a page to help both residents and those wanting to offer resources to help flood victims.
Watch all of our Hurricane Ida Relief Coverage with the Youtube playlist below:
In the wake of Hurricane Ida, Mamaroneck residents and business owners are once again devastated by severe flooding. The storm hit the Sound Shore community Wednesday night with torrential rains and a downpour of 3 inches per hour. Homeowners and businesses in The Flats (Washingtonville) area of Mamaroneck were deeply affected. Some areas were engulfed with 5-8 feet of water destroying business, homes, and leaving residents with nothing.
If you would like to help support the local victims of this disaster please see the links below.
The Coalition for Community – a group of local nonprofits – is calling for immediate donations of used clothing, gift cards, school supplies and more as well as direct financial support for victims via Community Resource Centers Flood Emergency Fund. Volunteers are are also in high need for tomorrow and Saturday.
Our neighbors need your help.
The Larchmont Mamaroneck Lions are also partnering with Sedona in support of LMC Media.