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Saturday, October 19 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Subterranean Splendor

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Get into the underground at Subterranean Splendor, when the SF Cultural History Museum presents international talents and San Francisco legends, performing at Onecommons. PLEASE NOTE THIS VENUE HAS HAD TO BE RELOCATED FROM THE LOCATION LISTED IN THE PROGRAM AND ON THE MAP..

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kevin hunsanger

earlier this year, kevin hunsanger left a lucrative career in used books so that he could try to save san francisco's cultural history, and he hasn't stopped smiling since. he hasn't published a thing in like 15 or 20 years, and he also thinks that capital letters are elitist.

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Abdul Kenyatta

Abdul Kenyatta made a speech about a murder case in the 70's and was invited to appear as a comedian at Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park. Who knew he was a comedian????
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Luke Miner

Luke Miner is a journalist turned economics professor turned data scientist. He is the author of Paris Jazz, A Guide, and his work has appeared in the New York Times and Your Impossible Voice. In his free time he worships Ashur, the almighty winged disk of his Assyrian ancestors... Read More →
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Julie Kramer

Julie Kramer used to write and perform in 90's San Francisco. She was lured back into poetry a few years ago, and it is how she processes the world. She self-published a small book of poems titled "I Didn't Come Here to Fight" in 2019. Despite the title, she will fight anyone who... Read More →
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Mauro Ffortissimo

Mauro Ffortissimo has worked in multiple medias in the Bay area for 40 years.  His career took off after playing a grand piano while it burned by the beach in Half Moon Bay, and soon after that, a documentary about his work called "Twelve Pianos" was produced.  He co-produces the... Read More →
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P Segal

P Segal's life in the arty local underground is the stuff of memoirs, forever in progress. While playing hard with the San Francisco Cacophony Society, she became an auto-didactic Proust scholar and co-founder of Burning Man. Her zine, Proust Said That, was assigned reading in two... Read More →
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Jean-Claude Mourlevat

Jean-Claude Mourlevat taught German for many years before devoting himself to the theater as an actor, teacher, and director. He then began writing for young people and has become a prolific and beloved author of children’s books in his native France, where his novels have garnered... Read More →


Saturday October 19, 2019 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Onecommons 3019 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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