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Thursday, November 5

Funcheap’s Live Zoom Comedy Roast Night
Funcheap's Live Zoom Comedy Roast Night

Get ready for Funcheap’s live interactive virtual comedy show on Zoom from Copper Spoon in Oakland hosted by Chris Riggins. Tune in, get some LIVE laughs and kill an hour with us instead of Netflix. This is part stand-up comedy show and part interactive comedy ...Every Thursday

SFLGBT Webinar: An Introduction to Business Plans
Thursday, November 5 – 1:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Make sure to RSVP in advance!
SFLGBT Webinar: An Introduction to Business Plans
The workshop is hosted by Eddie Tang, the Small Business Consultant at the LGBT Center. This workshop will be most beneficial to new small business owners and existing small business owners who are looking to change their current business models. During this workshop, you will learn about ...

Virtual Reading: Nate Klug & Fiona Sze-Lorrain
Thursday, November 5 – 5:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Virtual Reading: Nate Klug & Fiona Sze-Lorrain
Join us on Thursday, November 5 at 5pm when Nate Klug discusses his new collection, Hosts and Guests, with Fiona Sze-Lorrain on Zoom! Zoom Login Info Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83679639869 Praise for Hosts and Guests “Nate Klug’s Hosts and Guests is a fine book ...
Webinar: Mauro Javier Cárdenas New Novel “Aphasia”
Webinar: Mauro Javier Cárdenas New Novel "Aphasia"
Mauro Javier Cárdenas in conversation with Carlos Fonseca celebrating Mauro Javier Cárdenas new novel, Aphasia.
Webinar: Mycorrhizae, The Mutualistic Relationship between Fungi & Plants
Thursday, November 5 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE | 493 Vermont St, San Francisco, CA
Webinar: Mycorrhizae, The Mutualistic Relationship between Fungi & Plants
Mycorrhizae: The Mutualistic (usually) Relationship between Fungi and Plants Speaker: J.R. Blair Zoom Reservations Required Link Here: https://cnps-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-Yhf8CUwRsSk-3Qod6R10A Most plants, about 90% of all species, maintain a symbiotic relationship with fungi at the roots. Those relationships are called mycorrhizae and are usually mutualistic; that is, both members of the ...
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