Watch the Mamaroneck Community Chorus this SUNDAY

Tune in this Sunday for the presentation of the
Mamaroneck Community Chorus*!

Sunday, January 26, 2020
Ch: 75 Optimum & 36 Verizon
8:00pm

If you are not in the Larchmont – Mamaroneck communities or don’t have access to LMCTV’s cable channels, watch online! Click HERE at 8pm Sunday night and watch right from your web browser.

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*DVD copies of the event are available for purchase by filling out the proper form HERE.

Talking Technophobia in Film: Network – Tonight

“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” From the very beginning, Hollywood movies have offered a frightening reflection of our deep fear of technology, its effects, and sinister implications. Time-traveling terminators, resurrected dinosaurs, alien invasions, and virtual prisons all give us a sense of just how terrified Hollywood writers, directors, and producers think we are (or should be).

In this class we will investigate popular, pivotal movies and discuss their fears, warnings, and possible solutions to this ever-increasing cultural technophobia. Discussion topics will include: “the mad scientist and you,” “ghosts in the machines,” “malfunctioning machinations,” “risks and rewards,” and “the power of human ingenuity.”

Friday January 10th at 7:00pm

“I don’t have to tell you things are bad. Everybody knows things are bad.” In this month’s Talking Technophobia in Film, all we want is “30 share and a 20 rating,” as we get “mad as hell” with the 1976 prophetic masterpiece, Network.

We will touch upon the reflective & projective power of the television, the ethics of journalism, and the sensationalization of tragedy.   Some themes will include the “mad scientist,” “brainwashing,” and “dehumanization.”  We must be careful, because it might just turn out that “the world is business” and we wouldn’t want to “meddle with the primal forces of nature,” now would we?

Click HERE to register for this free class at LMCTV,
space is limited.

Watch the 2019 Know Your Neighbor Holiday Special!

‘Tis the season for giving; but before you give you’ve got to shop.

Follow Know Your Neighbor host and LMC Emeritus Board Member, Sunny Goldberg, as she highlights a number of shops around the Larchmont Mamaroneck area! Have a happy holiday and remember to shop local.

LMCTV Closed For The Holidays

LMCTV Offices and Studio will be closed in observance of Christmas and New Year’s Day. Our offices will be closed Tuesday December 24th, Wednesday December 25th, and Wednesday, January 1st.

Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and a happy and safe New Year!

Talking Technophobia in Film: Back to the Future

“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” From the very beginning, Hollywood movies have offered a frightening reflection of our deep fear of technology, its effects, and sinister implications. Time-traveling terminators, resurrected dinosaurs, alien invasions, and virtual prisons all give us a sense of just how terrified Hollywood writers, directors, and producers think we are (or should be).

In this class we will investigate popular, pivotal movies and discuss their fears, warnings, and possible solutions to this ever-increasing cultural technophobia. Discussion topics will include: “the mad scientist and you,” “ghosts in the machines,” “malfunctioning machinations,” “risks and rewards,” and “the power of human ingenuity.”


December 6th at 7:00pm

“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.”

This month on “Talking Technophobia in Film,” we grab our hover boards, crank up the volume on Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B Goode,” and climb into a DeLorean for the Back to the Future Trilogy (1985-1990).

We will touch upon prophetic and predictive technologies, the paradoxes of time-travel, and the power of the Nostalgia Cycle.   Some themes will include the “mad scientist,” “fate vs. free-will,” and “failure.” 

Click HERE to register for this free class at LMCTV,
space is limited.

LMCTV Presents: "The Experience"

Over the past several months, LMCTV and Good For You Productions worked extensively with local businesses, institutions, non-profits, and municipalities to offer a unique look into the vibrancy of the communities we serve. “The Experience” is a culmination of our efforts to shine a light on the wonderful local flavor of Larchmont and Mamaroneck; from libraries, to our wonderful local organizations like the CRC and Girl Scouts, to our thriving businesses and restaurants, LMCTV is so proud to call Larchmont and Mamaroneck “Home.” We would like to thank everyone who participated and if you would like to be in future installments of this video series, please contact Executive Director Matt Sullivan @ msullivan@lmctv.org or (914) 381-2002 x 202. Thank you and we hope you enjoy “The Experience!”

Happy Thanksgiving From LMCTV

LMCTV will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving Day on
Thursday November 28th & Friday November 29th.

Our Offices will be open again on Monday December 2nd.

LMCTV would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, from our families to yours.
Hope you all have a wonderful and happy holiday!