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Public Works: Odd Salon SF: HERO
November 5, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Odd Salon SF: HERO
Six stories of noble achievements & distinguished good deeds, daring defenders, valorous victors & chivalrous champions
Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019
Rebecca Power – Nazis vs. Witches
Zach Fish – How to Win Every Battle: Lessons from Sword Master Miyamoto Musashi
Isolde Honoré – Sgt. Stubby, Top Dog of WWI
Michael Sollazzo – Drop it like it’s Bot(any): The Rugged Life of Alice Eastwood
Schuyler Erle – When Pvt. Eberly Comes Marching Home Again
Steen Comer – Spandex and Psyche: The Antihero in Comics Literature
Curated by Amy Widdowson
Doors open for pre-salon cocktail hour at 6:30, Talks begin at 7:30
Reserved Seats available. General Admission seats are first come, first served.
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Stories from the odd corners of history, science, art, and adventure.
WHAT: Six storytellers bring strange-but-true stories from history, science, art and adventure to the stage, over cocktails.
WHAT KINDS OF STORIES: Badasses and crackpots, history’s worst ideas and most interesting eccentrics, things that exploded, heists, hoaxes, hidden treasures, epic explorations and upsetting animal facts.
WHO: Experts and amateurs, scientists and poets, musicians and medievalists, artists, tech workers, baristas, and you. Each salon features selected speakers from an open call for submissions. Join us!
WHERE: Public Works, on Erie Street – one block from the 16th and Mission BART stop.
WHEN: We open the doors for cocktails an conversations at 6:30; talks begin at 7:30. Get there early if you want to nab a seat.
WHY: San Francisco deserves weird, independent events, and real world gatherings in this increasingly digital age.
HOW: Against many odds.
DRINKS? But of course.
OTHER QUESTIONS? Drop us a line: www.oddsalon.com
Odd Salon is a fiscally sponsored project of the InterCulture Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization.