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Thursday, December 22, 2016

January's Speaker: David Kulczyk: California's Deadliest Women



Join us on January 7, 2016 when our speaker will be David Kulczyk, a fringe history maven.  

His topic? California’s Deadliest Women:  Dangerous Dames and Murderous Moms, which also happens to be the title of his newest nonfiction book.  

Think true stories from the National Enquirer that retain respect for the victims.  Included is our local claim to infamy:  Clovis’ Larissa Schuster who killed her husband with acid sold by her own chemical company.

Bio:
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Born to first-generation Americans in Bay City, Michigan, David Kulczyk (pronounced Coal-check) is a Sacramento-based historian, freelance writer and award-winning author of short fiction. 

He entered college at the age of 40 after working as a factory worker, sous chef, musician, warehouseman, fish butcher, process server, barista and bike messenger. 

Kulczyk’s work has appeared in the SF Guardian, the East Bay Express, the Chico News and Review, Maximum Ink Music Magazine, The Isthmus, Madison Magazine, the Seattle Times, Pop Culture Press, Strange Magazine and the Sacramento News and Review. 

He is the author of "California Justice: Shootouts, Lynchings and Assassinations in the Golden State" (2008); "Death in California: The Bizarre, Freakish, and Just Curious Ways People Die in the Golden State" (2009); and "California Fruits, Flakes, and Nuts: True Tales of California Crazies, Crackpots, and Creeps" (2013), all available from Craven Street Books. Kulczyk lived in Seattle for most of his adult life, with stays in Austin, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; Madison, Wisconsin; and Amsterdam, Uitgeest and Limmen in The Netherlands. He has lived in Sacramento since 2002.


NEW LUNCH PROCEDURE

1. No need to reserve, you will have the whole Yosemite Falls lunch menu to choose from.
2. Please arrive by 9:45 and sit at your table until a server takes your lunch order. Then if you wish you can mingle and visit.
3. Each member will be given their own bill to pay at end oflunch. Food & drinks will be itemized separately so drinks are optional. Water will still be provided at the tables. Tip will be automatically added to the bill.
4. Note: there is good selection of senior lunches which are smaller portions and cheaper in cost. And most salads come in two sizes.
5. Visitors will be charged a $10 fee at the door.

Yosemite Falls Restaurant
On Ashlan, West side of 99
Saturday, Jan 7, 2017. 10AM

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