September 28, 2020 Program: “Secret Inland Empire”

Secret Inland Empire:A Guide To The Weird, Wonderful and Obscure

About this Event

The Redlands Area Historical Society’s first fall program will be via ZOOM due to the 2020 pandemic.

Larry Burns is the Redlands Area Historical Society speaker for the September 28, 2020 meeting Via ZOOM. The meeting begins at 7 P.M. Burns draws inspiration and ideas from the heady mixture of sights, sounds, people, and places of the Inland Empire. He fears and welcomes a future run by sentient robots, and wonders what they will talk about and do for fun when they are in charge. He is a founding member of the Inlandia Institute, a regional non-profit literary organization, and teaches English at Riverside City College. His latest book, Secret Inland Empire: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure, is available now across Southern California.

The biggest secret about the Inland Empire is the number of ways they lead the state, the nation, and the world with innovative practices, ideas, and commerce. Home of the first McDonald’s, it perfected the taste that took over the globe. The purpose of this book and program is to share the wildest, wackiest, and most wonderful places and people that make up this diverse and storied community.

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