July 16 is the final speaker in the series, Larry Burns, local author of Secret Inland Empire: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure. Drawing inspiration and ideas from the heady mixture of sights, sounds, peoples, and places of the Inland Empire, Burns answers compelling questions, “How did the first McDonald’s perfect the taste that took over the globe?”, “Where can you go to receive the first messages from Mars and probe photographs sent to NASA?”, “How did an hourly employee from the Inland Empire invent Flaming Hot Cheetos?” and other stories that reveal the wacky history of our beloved region.
Speaker: Larry Burns: author of Secret Inland Empire
Refreshments will be served, followed by the speaker.
Admission is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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It begs the question: Is something empty really empty? For instance, as the “new home” for the Library waits for one more “yes” vote from the city council, what sits in that empty lot? What is it about an empty pedestal that sparks a thought. Who is to say what belongs in the space? And how much is too much? What is the correct price tag?