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... a reading/signing with some of the book's other contributers. It will be held at Harvard Book Store on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge on July 12th at 6:30 p.m., and I invite you all to come. The other readers, including the book's editor, ...
There was a spider in the tent this morning. Not in our tent but in that of the 5 children from the family who had set up camp next to us last night. I know that there was a spider in the tent because the 5 children spent half an hour running around and ...
... road I took which was busy and unpleasant. I feel like a fool, knowing that path is there and I had no idea. I'm tired, and I'm counting that ride with today's mileage because I can. Hooksett NH> Cambridge MA > Concord MA > Cambridge MA, 98 miles, day ...
... I moved out if last night's warmshowers and went to stay with a high school friend in Somerville, just north of Cambridge. The area is becoming an east coast Portland complete with mixology bars and restaurants that serve strange fried pig parts in aioli ...
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Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
One need only ascend from the T station to realize this is the center of action in Cambridge. Founded in 1630 as a colonial village, this eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, bookstores, gathering places and old landmarks reflects the area's historic and academic flavor.
472 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
1236 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
105 Brattle St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
For almost half a century (1837 - 1882) this was the home of one of the world's foremost poets, scholars and educators, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. It was also a favorite gathering place for historical figures such as George Wsahington, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne. It is open for public touring Wednesday through Sunday.