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  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, October 30, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Virtual Freethought Brunch (Sunday, November 01, 2020)
    With the current Stay-at-Home regime in place, we will be meeting on-line until the order is lifted. So grab some coffee or tea or other beverage and your favorite brunch dish(es) and join others of like mind for a pleasant Sunday morning of conversation and conviviality. This event will be hosted virtually, please RSVP to see the link.
  • Racial Justice Series #4 - Caste: Purity v. Pollution (Sunday, November 01, 2020)
    Purity v. Pollution Over the centuries, the dominant caste has taken extreme measures to protect its sanctity from the perceived taint of the lower castes. Dalits were required to wear bells to alert those deemed above them so as not to pollute them with their presence. In Florida, books for Black and White children could not even be stored together. Pittsburgh Freethought Community and Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh are co-sponsoring a weekly discussion based on the new book by Isabel Wilkerson, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. There will be eight sessions, each focusing on one of the eight Pillars of Caste which Wilkerson identified by researching commonalities among the Hindu caste system in India, Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, and Anti-Black racism in the U.S. Each session will begin with a brief explanation of the selected Pillar and a discussion focusing on how these characteristics are manifested in our society and how we can dismantle those policies and practices that maintain White supremacy. It will not be necessary to have read the book in order to participate. Sessions will be held October 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Please register for each session individually.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, November 02, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, November 03, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, November 06, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Racial Justice Series - Caste: #5 Occupational Hierarchy (Sunday, November 08, 2020)
    Occupational Hierarchy  "In all social systems, there must be a class to do the menial duties, to perform the drudgery of life. That is a class requiring but a low order of intellect and but little skill. Its requisites are vigor, docility, fidelity. Such a class you must have. It constitutes the very mud-sill of society." Sen. James Henry Hammond, quoted by Isabel Wilkerson Pittsburgh Freethought Community, First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, and Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh are co-sponsoring weekly discussions based on the new book by Isabel Wilkerson, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. There will be eight sessions, each focusing on one of the eight Pillars of Caste which Wilkerson identified by researching commonalities among the Hindu caste system in India, Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, and Anti-Black racism in the U.S. Each session will begin with a brief explanation of the selected Pillar and a discussion focusing on how these characteristics are manifested in our society and how we can dismantle those policies and practices that maintain White supremacy. It will not be necessary to have read the book in order to participate. Sessions will be held October 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Please register for each session individually.
  • Sagan Fest sponsored by CMU Humanist League (Monday, November 09, 2020)
    2020 Carl Sagan Fest Monday, November 9th at 5 pm Klan We Talk? Adversarial Listening to Inspire ChangeDaryl Davis Event details: Using race as an example, musician and race reconciliator Daryl Davis will share the tools needed to conduct hard but productive conversations. Learn how to work through differences with friends, family, and coworkers without fear of retaliation or losing friendships. Daryl lives by the rule: "When two enemies are talking, they aren't fighting. It is when the conversation ceases that the ground becomes fertile for violence. So keep the conversations going." About Daryl Davis: Daryl Davis has attended more Ku Klux Klan rallies than most White people and certainly most Blacks. His real-life encounters with Grand Dragons, Imperial Wizards, and neo-Nazi Commanders are detailed in his documentaries and books. He is also the recipient of numerous awards including the Elliott-Black Award, the MLK Award and the Bridge Builder Award among many others. Monday, November 9th at 5 pm To be invited to the talk, sign up here. To learn more about the CMU Humanist League and sign up for our weekly discussion meetings, visit our website: cmuhl.org
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, November 09, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • World Science Day (Tuesday, November 10, 2020)
    World Science Day for Peace and Development is an international day that highlights the important role that science has in society and is celebrated each year on November 10. It also highlights the need to engage the wider public in debates on emerging scientific issues. World Science Day was proclaimed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2001 and celebrated for the first time in 2002.By linking science more closely with society, World Science Day aims to ensure that citizens are kept informed of developments in science. It also underscores the role scientists play in broadening our understanding of the planet we call home and in making our societies more sustainable.The objectives of World Science Day for Peace and Development are to:Strengthen public awareness on the role of science for peaceful and sustainable societies;Promote national and international solidarity for shared science between countries;Renew national and international commitment for the use of science for the benefit of societies;Draw attention to the challenges faced by science and raising support for the scientific endeavour.Individuals and institutions around the world are encouraged to organize an event or activity on World Science Day, including government officials, students, the media and school pupils. World Science Day for Peace and Development has generated many concrete projects, programmes and funding for science around the world. It has also helped foster cooperation between scientists living in regions marred by conflict, one example being the UNESCO-supported creation of the Israeli-Palestinian Science Organization (IPSO).
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, November 10, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • DG2: East (Thursday, November 12, 2020)
    Discussion Groups are moderated forums with pre-selected topics. Anyone who wishes to participate in the civil discussions is welcome to do so. The groups nominally represent different geographical locations and will morph back into geographically located in-person discussions when we can do so, for now we meet using zoom. They are currently held every Thursday. The topic for each discussion is announced in advance, sometimes with recommended reading.
  • FFRF Annual Convention - San Antonio, TX (Friday, November 13, 2020)
    Gloria Steinem, Margaret Atwood, John Irving to headline FFRF’s fabulous 2020 national convention! https://ffrf.org/outreach/convention
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, November 13, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • FFRF Convention San Antonio (Saturday, November 14, 2020)
  • Racial Justice Series - Caste #6 Dehumanization and Stigma (Sunday, November 15, 2020)
    Dehumanization and Stigma Dehumanization is a standard component in the manufacture of an out-group against which to pit and in-group, and it is a monumental task. It is a war against truth, against what the eye can see and what the heart could feel if allowed to do so on its own. Isabel Wilkerson Pittsburgh Freethought Community, First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, and Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh are co-sponsoring weekly discussions based on the new book by Isabel Wilkerson, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. There will be eight sessions, each focusing on one of the eight Pillars of Caste which Wilkerson identified by researching commonalities among the Hindu caste system in India, Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, and Anti-Black racism in the U.S. Each session will begin with a brief explanation of the selected Pillar and a discussion focusing on how these characteristics are manifested in our society and how we can dismantle those policies and practices that maintain White supremacy. It will not be necessary to have read the book in order to participate. Sessions will be held October 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Please register for each session individually.
  • Join Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh! (Monday, November 16, 2020)
    We're a secular community that celebrates life! Celebrate with us from your own space. What happens at an Assembly? Every third Sunday, we sing and dance. We also have a mind-stimulating lecture ranging from a number of topics from science to art to philosophy. After, we connect with our community over coffee and pastries. Our mission: to help everyone find and fulfill their full potential. Our vision: a secular congregation in every town, city, and village that wants one.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, November 16, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, November 17, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • DG3: South (Thursday, November 19, 2020)
    Discussion Groups are moderated forums with pre-selected topics. Anyone who wishes to participate in the civil discussions is welcome to do so. The groups nominally represent different geographical locations and will morph back into geographically located in-person discussions when we can do so, for now we meet using zoom. They are currently held every Thursday. The topic for each discussion is announced in advance, sometimes with recommended reading.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, November 20, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Racial Justice Series - Caste #7 Terror As Enforcement (Sunday, November 22, 2020)
    #7 Terror As Enforcement, Cruelty as a Means of Control  Evil asks little of the dominant caste other than to sit back and do nothing. All that it needs from bystanders is their silent complicity in the evil committed on their behalf, though a caste system will protect, and perhaps even reward, those who deign to join in the terror. Isabel Wilkerson Pittsburgh Freethought Community, First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, and Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh are co-sponsoring weekly discussions based on the new book by Isabel Wilkerson, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. There will be eight sessions, each focusing on one of the eight Pillars of Caste which Wilkerson identified by researching commonalities among the Hindu caste system in India, Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, and Anti-Black racism in the U.S. Each session will begin with a brief explanation of the selected Pillar and a discussion focusing on how these characteristics are manifested in our society and how we can dismantle those policies and practices that maintain White supremacy. It will not be necessary to have read the book in order to participate. Sessions will be held October 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Please register for each session individually.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, November 23, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Arts and Culture Social Night (Tuesday, November 24, 2020)
    Pittsburgh Freethought Community Arts and Culture Discussion night. Inviting artists to a discussion of the many ways art expresses our humanist values. We want to hear from art workers in visual media, music, theater, dance, written and spoken word. Join artists in our Freethought Community to share ideas, support and encourage each other, and lift up the importance of art in our lives.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, November 27, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Racial Justice Series - Caste #8 Superiority v. Inferiority (Sunday, November 29, 2020)
    #8 Inherent Superiority versus Inherent Inferiority At every turn, the caste system drilled into the people under its spell the deference due to those born to the upper caste and the degradation befitting the subordinate caste. This required signs and symbols and customs to elevate the upper caste and to demean those assigned to the bottom, in small and large ways and in everyday encounters. Isabel Wilkerson Pittsburgh Freethought Community, First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, and Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh are co-sponsoring weekly discussions based on the new book by Isabel Wilkerson, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. There will be eight sessions, each focusing on one of the eight Pillars of Caste which Wilkerson identified by researching commonalities among the Hindu caste system in India, Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, and Anti-Black racism in the U.S. Each session will begin with a brief explanation of the selected Pillar and a discussion focusing on how these characteristics are manifested in our society and how we can dismantle those policies and practices that maintain White supremacy. It will not be necessary to have read the book in order to participate. Sessions will be held October 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. Please register for each session individually.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, November 30, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, December 01, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, December 04, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Virtual Freethought Brunch (Sunday, December 06, 2020)
    With the current Stay-at-Home regime in place, we will be meeting on-line until the order is lifted. So grab some coffee or tea or other beverage and your favorite brunch dish(es) and join others of like mind for a pleasant Sunday morning of conversation and conviviality. This event will be hosted virtually, please RSVP to see the link.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, December 07, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, December 08, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • DG2: East (Thursday, December 10, 2020)
    Discussion Groups are moderated forums with pre-selected topics. Anyone who wishes to participate in the civil discussions is welcome to do so. The groups nominally represent different geographical locations and will morph back into geographically located in-person discussions when we can do so, for now we meet using zoom. They are currently held every Thursday. The topic for each discussion is announced in advance, sometimes with recommended reading.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, December 11, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, December 14, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, December 15, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • DG3: South (Thursday, December 17, 2020)
    Discussion Groups are moderated forums with pre-selected topics. Anyone who wishes to participate in the civil discussions is welcome to do so. The groups nominally represent different geographical locations and will morph back into geographically located in-person discussions when we can do so, for now we meet using zoom. They are currently held every Thursday. The topic for each discussion is announced in advance, sometimes with recommended reading.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, December 18, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Join Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh! (Sunday, December 20, 2020)
    We're a secular community that celebrates life! Celebrate with us from your own space. What happens at an Assembly? Every third Sunday, we sing and dance. We also have a mind-stimulating lecture ranging from a number of topics from science to art to philosophy. After, we connect with our community over coffee and pastries. Our mission: to help everyone find and fulfill their full potential. Our vision: a secular congregation in every town, city, and village that wants one.
  • Winter Solstice (Monday, December 21, 2020)
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, December 21, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Arts and Culture Social Night (Tuesday, December 22, 2020)
    Pittsburgh Freethought Community Arts and Culture Discussion night. Inviting artists to a discussion of the many ways art expresses our humanist values. We want to hear from art workers in visual media, music, theater, dance, written and spoken word. Join artists in our Freethought Community to share ideas, support and encourage each other, and lift up the importance of art in our lives.
  • DG4: North (Thursday, December 24, 2020)
    Discussion Groups are moderated forums with pre-selected topics. Anyone who wishes to participate in the civil discussions is welcome to do so. The groups nominally represent different geographical locations and will morph back into geographically located in-person discussions when we can do so, for now we meet using zoom. They are currently held every Thursday. The topic for each discussion is announced in advance, sometimes with recommended reading.
  • Virtual Freethinkers in the Pub (Friday, December 25, 2020)
    Even though we can't host an in-person, face-to-face event, we can host a virtual event. So grab a Corona or three (or other beverage of choice) and maybe some munchies or snacks (or even some dinner if you're so inclined) and pull up a chair and join the (virtual) party. Register/RSVP here and a link will be provided on Friday afternoon via email for the virtual event. (You may have to download the Google Meet app or Zoom to participate.) Freethinkers in the Pub is an informal social event providing an opportunity for freethinkers, skeptics, atheists, and agnostics to get together for wide-ranging conversation and conviviality in a lighthearted atmosphere. So join us for a pleasant evening of fun with like-minded people.
  • Virtual Trivia Night! (Monday, December 28, 2020)
    PFC normally fields a bar trivia team that competes every Monday night, barring conflicting events (like Steelers games, etc) Under the current circumstances, these competitions are not able to be held. So in order to keep our trivial brains properly functioning in the pursuit of trivia, we are holding informal gatherings to keep our communal trivial skills finely tuned.
  • PFC Virtual Social Night (Tuesday, December 29, 2020)
    Come gather around a virtual table with some other freethinkers to discuss anything at all. Social nights do not typically have a topic of discussion but instead provide a space to gather and talk openly. We will be meeting on-line every Tuesday until the Stay-at-Home order is rescinded for Allegheny County.
  • Krish Mohan: Politely Angry! An Evening of Socially Conscious Stand-up (Saturday, December 21, 2109)
    NOTE: This is NOT a PFC produced/organized event! Comedian Krish Mohan explores various social, political and philosophical issues, such as war culture, immigration, economics and more with his quick wit & quirky attitude. Described as "dangerously perceptive and honest, but somehow still loving and inclusive" by venues across the country, Krish's show will make you think and laugh at the same time. Krish Mohan is a Nationally Touring, Socially conscious, Indian standup Comedian and Writer who regularly tours the country. Performing at small theaters, listening rooms, DIY venues, comedy clubs, coffee shops, bars, Krish captivates and engages audiences of all backgrounds. With his quirky attitude, charming personality, and intelligent humor, he addresses tackling hot button topics like race, religion, war, immigration, while adding an optimistic, philosophical & sociological twist! Mohan has also been featured on NPR in New York & North Carolina. He has also performed and sold out shows at several Fringe Festivals (IndyFringe, Pittsburgh Fringe, Capital Fringe, Philly Fringe Arts), where he has been an audience favorite with his unique brand of comedy & social vigilantism. Krish also won the 2018 Pittsburgh Fringe Festival Audience Choice award! He has also opened for nationally touring headliners like Stewart Huff, Redacted Tonights Lee Camp, Hari Kondabolu, Cameron Esposito, Dom Irerra and many more. Krish is also the host of the weekly socio-political commentary web show, Fork Full of Noodles and the socio-political interview podcast Taboo Table Talk, which includes the weekly news segment, The Dispatch.Register through PFC and receive an additional discount! Appearing with Krish will be singer/songwriter Liss Victory and comedian Joey Purse. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Tickets are available at https://politelypgh.bpt.me  

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