I use the Pods framework shortcode to inject Pods content into each event page. This ensures we can easily archive the event descriptions as another post type after the event is over, instead of manually converting them.
The Pods template i'm calling with the shortcode contains "post_content" for 2 custom post types. It seems that the Timely plugin uses a very general "post_content" hook to inject the date and time template, because the date and time I've created for each event appears 3 times in a single event. Once before the event post content (which I think it's supposed to appear once), once before the "speaker" post content called by the shortcode, and the last time before the "talk" post content called by the shortcode.
Unfortunately, this bug is preventing me from choosing the Timely calendar to use for our site, even if I'm loving the free category filtering and snappy style right out of the box. It's impossible to select the second & third instances for removal by JQuery.