Sunday, September 30 – Carl Nolte on his life and career in San Francisco – “From Portrero Hill to Fifth & Mission”
Carl Nolte began his long journalistic career in San Francisco in 1961. Since then he has observed and reported on some of the biggest news stories in the City of his birth. He now serves as the senior journalist at the San Francisco Chronicle, where he contributes a weekly Native Son column. Nolte, who was raised on Portrero Hill and attended elementary and high school at St. Peter’s in the Mission, will speak on his San Francisco life, from the Hill to 5th and Mission, with focus on the Irish American and other ethnic communities of the City, the major stories of the many eras that he covered City life, and the changes in the City that he sees in the present day.
The talk will be held on Sunday, September 30, 5:00pm at the United Irish Cultural Center, 45th Avenue at Sloat Blvd., San Francisco.
The ILHS presents a wide array of leading scholars and accomplished writers at our monthly Speaker Series events that typically take place the last Sunday of the month (September to April) at the United Irish Cultural Center, 45th Avenue and Sloat Blvd., San Francisco, unless otherwise noted.
Watch this space for Fall 2018 event information.