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A Picture and A Thousand Word: Slides & Thankyous

September 13, 2013

Decorative Element

My History Week event was a resounding success! We filled the bar, and even the random drinkers who happened to be there were looking pretty captivated by the talks. Big shout out to Matthew Allen, Hannah Forsyth, Nick Irving and Tanya Evans for helping make this happen. And a bigger thanks to Grasshopper Bar for having us. What a fantastic venue! The good news: we’re invited back any time. More slam history next History Week, possibly sooner.

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