Café Inquiry heads busy week of 8 events at CFI-L.A.

In a break from the usual serious discussions at Café Inquiry, a hilarious game called “Cards Against Humanity” led by skeptical blogger Ross Blocher and pitting teams against each other for finding the funniest answer card to one with a question was part of a busy week at CFI’s Steve Allen Theater. There were five …

“Brother Sam Singleton” brings his atheist evangelist message to CFI-L.A.

In his 1st Southern California performance of his 5th one-man show, writer-actor Roger Scott Jackson performed his satirical theater-piece as the comedic character “Brother Sam” to an audience of more than 65 at the twice-monthly “Feed Your Brain” lecture series on Sun., March 2, in the Steve Allen Theater. Asking the attendees to yell out …

Services

As a community center, CFI-L.A. offers a variety of services to skeptics and secular humanists in Southern California. Do you need space for an event? Our meeting room may be available. The meeting room at the Center can hold up to 120 people, theater-style, and even more for a party. While we do reserve the …