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Boston: Pub Hangout

Tonight the Boston Skeptics will be having a Pub Hangout at Meadhall in Kendall Sq, Cambridge at 7:00 PM. The details are on the web site. At least, that's the popular rumor. The only way to be sure is observational verification. Join them and see for yourself!

MA: Skeptics in the Pub

Join the Boston Skeptics for an early SitP and enjoy an evening with singer/songwriter Dan Hart. There will also be a traditional Boston Skeptics Yankee Swap! So bring a small, geeky, nerdy, scientific, blasphemous, cheap (under $10), wrapped gift and join in the fun! Monday evening, December 16 at 7:30 PM at Tommy Doyle’s in

EVENTS This Week—Rebecca at NECSS, plus Skeptech, NC Science Festival & More

Originally posted at skepchick.org. The Northeast Conference on Science and Skepticism (NECSS) starts tomorrow, with great speakers and mini-events, including a live SGU, a science/improve mashup with George Hrab, Steve Novella, and others. Meet Rebecca, Eugenie Scott, Jon Ronson, Julia Galef, and many more special guests. Or if you’re in the Midwest, join me and

EVENTS This Week—Meet Stephen Hawking, Surly Amy, Hemant Mehta, Seth Andrews, Shelley Segal & More!

Cross-posted at Skepchick. All over the globe, many of your favorite scientists, skeptics, and atheists are appearing live: in Texas, you can meet Surly Amy at the American Atheists Convention in Austin; Stephen Hawking in Houston; Hemant Mehta and Seth Andrews in Canyon and Houston; Australian atheist singer-songwriter Shelley Segal in Houston and San Antonio. Hemant will also be giving a talk in Indiana, Pennsylvania. Carl Zimmer will be speaking in Overland Park,

EVENTS This Week—Skeptics of OZ, St. Patrick’s Day, Atlanta Poly Weekend & More!

Cross-posted on Skepchick.org. This weekend we’ve got several big events going on, including Atlanta Poly Weekend and the Skeptics of OZ conference (OZ as in Kansas, not Australia). One of the speakers is our very own Teen Skepchick and Queereka writer Lux Pickel. Plus, freethinkers all over are getting involved in positive ways through charity events