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Watch ACMi's 'Where the Flowers Won't Die,' a tribute to Anderson's


If you’ve driven or walked past Anderson’s Florist at 830 Mass. Ave. recently, you probably noticed the flowers ... on the outside.

ACMi News logoOne area artist and several of her Arlington students have completed a masterpiece on the side of the building.

They got a little help from the folks at ArtsArlington and Sustainable Arlington to make sure this beautiful addition to the building also carries a critical message for us all.

This video was produced by Jeff Barnd, news director, Arlington Community Media inc. (ACMi), Arlington’s community-access television studio and a YourArlington media partner.


May 24, 2022: ACMi wins national news-access award

This news announcement was published Tuesday, May 31, 2022.

 

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