First Brainwash (Journal+Review+Highlights)
Three weeks into my tenure at Sony and already the job was causing complications. At the Alternates meeting the group made plans to take BART to the Brainwash Café in San Francisco. I couldn’t attend the journey; I’d have to meet them there. Room Review : Thursday Brainwash (7th and Folsom) Everyone knows the Brainwash; it’s the place of modern legend. Part café, part Laundromat, part...
Favorite Things of Last Night (Alameda:7/2/2010)
Had a great night. Loved how much my mom appreciated everything. Thanks to everyone that came out. The legend continues…
Latest 6th Circle... Flying Wheelchairs! →
Ongoing web-comic by Jackson McBrayer and Xander Kent.
Favorite Things of Last Night (BW:7/1/2010)
Comedy knowledge AND Max Neal roasted by a friend about his material.
Blog Love! : Summer of 100 Shows →
Summer’s here and Tim Wolcott has an interesting name. He is proactively documenting his comedy experience. 2010 is going to be a beautiful year.
A comedian says funny things. A comic says things funny.– Tony Sparks, the Godfather of Comedy.
Favorite Things of Last Night (Stud:6/30/2010)
“Is it really homemade?” and and Donny’s Bread Arm
4th Of July Weekend Veterans Comedy Show! →
Show Description (Link to Tickets): Join our host and Navy vet Jason Mack, with Marine vet Rich Dreyling in laughing for a great cause! Scheduled to perform: Headliner Sal Calanni, Regular, The Punch Line Featuring Jason Armenio, military veterans Jason Mack and Rich Dreyling, with special guests Bert DiVietri and Madeline Minx. ALL TICKET SALES will go to the Wounded Warrior Project and the City...
San Francisco Sketchfest 2010 (Journal+Highlight)
In all exaggeration, San Francisco Sketchfest 2010 was a disaster. I had slept soundly through all the announcements, the guest of honor had to bow out due to a high profile comedy scandal, funds were tight, time was short, credit cards disagreed with vendors, plans were flubbed and number of other calamities turned what should have been a joyous occasion into a miserable one. Imagine my friend...
Naia: A Birth (Journal)
As one chases his or her dreams, when do they finally become. Is one an illustrator with the first, rough childhood doodle or perhaps in high school or in college or with the first piece sold? Is a little kid dribbling between the legs as much of a basketball player as Lebron or Kobe? Are we defined in our accomplishments or our trials? I’ve come to this question many times, spurred by...