Fight Club Author Chuck Palahniuk & SF Cacophony Society: Creating Culture From Mayhem
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Few commentators combine comedy and honesty like Sandra Tsing Loh, contributing editor of The Atlantic, radio host of "The Loh Down on Science" and the acclaimed author of The Madwoman in the Volvo: My Year of Raging Hormones, the latest of her many best-sellers. Whether she is explaining the scientific intricacies of nature or the dizzying complexities of her own social life, Loh gives her audience an impressively sharp-eyed view of the world, one heightened and defined by her own intelligence and humor. Now she comes to the Community School of Music and Arts for a discussion with Connie Martinez, CEO of Silicon Valley Creates. Loh will talk about her newest book, a candid appraisal of her mid-life crisis and the physical, mental and emotional changes she faced. Learn More
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Chuck Palahniuk, Author, Fight Club, Choke; Member, Cacophony Society Portland Chapter
John Law, Main Organizer, Cacophony Society; Co-author, Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society
Carrie Galbraith, Main Organizer, Cacophony Society; Co-author, Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society
Brad Wieners, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Businessweek - Moderator
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