Archeologist Monica Smith digs cities---ancient, modern, and future.

[Note:  Advance tickets are sold out.  Walk-ups always get in, but the easiest 
way for Long Now members to attend is via lifestream 
<>, where the slides are even better than in the 
theater, and you can ask the speaker questions online.]

"Cities: The First 6,000 Years," Monica L. Smith, SFJAZZ Center, Hayes Valley, 
San Francisco, 7pm, TONIGHT, Tuesday August 13.  The show starts promptly at 

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The next SALT talks are:
September 29 - Edward Burtynsky film, "Anthropocene: The Human Epoch"
October 14 - Suhanya Raffel, World Art Through The Asian Perspective 

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