Words-Worth Reading Series US Map & Phone & Address

Brattle Theater, 40 Brattle St, Cambridge; (617) 354-5201

The Brattle Theater, usually home to classic movies, plays host to the WordsWorth Reading Series every Tuesday from September through May. Past authors seen here have included big-name novelists like Martin Amis, Sue Grafton, Pat Conroy, and Margaret Atwood, as well as nonfiction writers like Calvin Trillin and Gloria Steinem.


Boston is a town that talks! There are plenty of opportunities to hear luminaries pontificate on art, politics, philosophy, religion, and other hot topics. And, in this the cradle of democracy, most are free and open to the public.

Words-Worth Reading Series US Map & Phone & Address Photo Gallery

A 6-metre cliff wall at the southern end has lots of established soft corals on it and shoals of fish can usually be observed, especially during the summer months. The seabed is at just over 16 metres on a low spring tide, while the top of this mound is in 10 metres, with short fronds of kelp. It is over half a mile NNW of North Wamses but it is worth a visit. This site is on the edge of steep slope dropping from 12 metres on the lowest spring tide down to 18 metres. Short seaweed covers the top but diminishes as you drop down the slope to a rocky seabed. There are a few crevices along the side of the hillock but tidal currents are quite brisk as the water surges up and over the top. This is an interesting area but there is no wreckage, just a variety of marine life to be seen. It is also best dived on a low slack tide. This is the top of a very large submerged mound or hill at around 12 metres on the lowest spring tide, where very strong currents sweep up and over. Large pollack shelter behind it catching morsels offood, swept up with the current.

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