Although we are still mostly in the virtual realm, several in-person experiences dot our December roundup. Most all of us can’t say goodbye to 2020 quickly enough, but we have some good opportunities for looking back, and looking forward. We’re especially eager for presentations on Jung and tarot, John Coltrane, and a Filipinx holiday cooking demo.
It’s a fraught season with the election looming, but there are opportunities for electoral insight on both sides of the big day. We’re also looking forward to appearances by Noam Chomsky, Margaret Atwood, and Carlo Rovelli.
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