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WIDOWERS' HOUSES by G. B. Shaw

Feb 20, 2018 - Feb 25, 2018

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

No one is innocent of the excesses of capitalism in this crackling comic satire that launched George Bernard Shaw’s career as a playwright. When Harry Trench, a well-intentioned young doctor, falls in love with hot-tempered Blanche Sartorius, he never suspects that his prospective father-in-law’s fortune is derived from ruthless schemes to exploit the poor. Can the young lovers’ passion...

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The Air District is holding four workshops in refinery communities to discuss air monitoring near these large industrial facilities. During the rulemaking process for Regulation 12, Rule 15 (Petroleum Refining Emissions Tracking), the Air District Board directed the agency to work with communities near refineries to implement community monitoring. Come learn about current and planned air...

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The Portuguese filmmakers revisited decades-old footage of fishermen in the Azores for this beautiful essay film. “If Rossellini had ever made it to the Azores, he might have come up with something akin to Fish Tail” (Senses of Cinema).

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Richard Wolff, an American Marxist economist, well known for his work in economic methodology and class analysis, has rapidly become famous as well for his Pacifica Network Radio program, Economic Update, which is syndicated on over 60 stations. We have the dreadfully ominous prospect of President Donald Trump - just as the U.S. is sinking ever deeper into hard times for the vast majority of...

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Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner and author and radio personality Sarah Vowell meet for a conversation about Abraham Lincoln, reflecting on his leadership and legacy and the challenges of American democracy in his time and ours. Best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America, Kushner later wrote the screenplay for Steven Spielberg’s biopic Lincoln. Vowell has written...

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US Lifestyle SALON

Feb 22, 2018

Reserve your space today, for this one time event in San Francisco !Join other influencers, inventors, buisiness leaders and lifestyle trendsetters at The US Lifestyle Inventor Salon, a celebration of American inventors. Celebrate and meet todays inventors and those that will continue to move the future of America and the world. Celebration Albert Einstein and Thomas Edisons Birthday in a hip...

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Ethnobotany is the study of the relationship of plants and people across cultures and time. Cannabis has been in cultivation for millennia and used as a medicine, food, and for hemp fiber. This program will look at the historical uses of cannabis and how we might explore those uses in future research. Thomas J. Carlson, MD / MS in Botany is Teaching Professor in the Department of Integrative...

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Ethnobotany is the study of the relationship of plants and people across cultures and time. Cannabis has been in cultivation for millennia and used as a medicine, food, and for hemp fiber. This program will look at the historical uses of cannabis and how we might explore those uses in future research. Thomas J. Carlson, MD / MS in Botany is Teaching Professor in the Department of Integrative...

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