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Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Monday, February 5, 2018: Events
Events for week of February 5th:
Murder on the Mind
Mystery stories are an incredibly popular genre. What does it take to
create a suspenseful novel or short story that readers can't put down?
Three authors with distinct voices and styles will discuss how to create
strong characters, vivid settings and convincing plots.
Next week I'll be joining JoAnn Smith Ainsworth - who writes nail biting suspense wrapped in otherworldly experiences, and Margaret Lucke
who writes exciting tales of love, ghosts and murder to discuss these
questions and more at the San Francisco Main Library. We'd love to see
Thursday, February 8
Latino/Hispanic Rms A & B
100 Larkin St.
Black History Month Comedy with Diane Amos and Friends
*Ashkenaz is an all ages venue, but due to adult content, this show is not recommended for children under 13
Berkeley, CA… Bay Area comedian/comedy producer, Lisa Geduldig (of Kung Pao Kosher Comedy), and Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center joined forces last Fall to bring the East Bay a new monthly (the second Thursday of the month) comedy series Comedy at Ashkenaz! featuring a different line-up each month.
The next show in the series, Black History Month Comedy with Diane Amos and Friends, willtake place on Thursday, February 8, will feature Diane Amos, Donald Lacy, Tim Jackson, and Valerie Vernale.