The third annual Gulfport Fine Arts Festival with complimentary admission and parking conveniently located within walking distance. Courtesy transportation is also available from remote parking locations throughout the City. The juried art show will feature the fine works of art from across the region, including but not limited to; 2D, 3D, Ceramics, Fiber, Glass, Metal, Mixed Media, Wood, Acrylics, Collage, Assemblages, Drawing, Leather, Oils, Pastels, Fine Photography, Stone, Watercolors, Fine Jewelry and Sculpture. The event will take place at City…Find out more »
The Movable Feast, the Humanist Society’s monthly social Dinner, is BACK! For map & more info: http:// restaurants.applebees.com/fl/clearwater/5110-e-bay-dr.html Kindly RSVP to: (727) 581-2146 Great Conversation and good food, reasonably priced.Find out more »
TBTC has a monthly meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. We will have a different speaker and topic each month. You may come BEFORE this meeting (at 5:30pm) for a Question and Answer session. Bring your computer questions! www.tampa-bay.org The Tampa Bay Technology Center (TBTC) recently changed its name from the Tampa Bay Computer Society. We wanted to reflect that we have added social media (like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter etc.) and hardware devices (like smartphones, tablets, kindles, etc.) to…Find out more »
CONSTITUTION UNCORKED: Thank you for supporting the ACLU in resisting threats to our democracy! Join us on Thursday, February 22 for a happy hour at Iberian Rooster in St. Petersburg and chat with others who care about civil rights and liberties. The event will feature a quote back, so bring your favorite quote to share with your friends and neighbors. Happy hour food and drink specials will be available. Admission is free (suggested donation of $25 at the door). Let…Find out more »
Freethinking book and idea lovers are invited to discuss their latest literary, cultural, and philosophical forays focused on the selection of the month. Bruce has chosen "A Brief History of Everything," by Ken Wilber for our February 24 discussion: https://www.amazon.com/Brief-History-Everything-20th-Anniversary/dp/1611804523/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1517700843&sr=1-2&keywords=brief+history+of+everything John has chosen "Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder (Incerto)," by Nassim Nicholas Taleb for our March 31 meeting: https://www.amazon.com/Antifragile-Things-That-Disorder-Incerto/dp/0812979680/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?_encoding=UTF8&dpID=41yKG1SbjsL&dpPl=1&keywords=antifragile&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&qid=1517925256&ref=plSrch&ref_=mp_s_a_1_1&sr=8-1. Our Mission: The Center for Inquiry strives to foster a secular society based on reason, science, freedom of inquiry, and…Find out more »
Center for Inquiry Condemns Trump’s Transgender Military Ban as Turning Back Progress
“Trump is singling out transgender Americans, a long-maligned group that is just now making significant gains toward equal treatment, to reward his supporters in the religious right”
Cancellation of Richard Dawkins Berkeley Event Baseless and Unconscionable [UPDATED]
“The idea that I have engaged in abusive speech against Islam is preposterous, which even the most rudimentary fact-checking by KPFA would have made clear,” said Prof. Dawkins.
Bill Nelson goes after Gov. Scott on climate change
WASHINGTON – Sen. Bill Nelson on Monday criticized his likely 2018 rival Rick Scott during a Senate floor speech on climate change.