In November of ‘13, we gathered a handful of brilliant minds together to discuss the hot button issues of the day, namely Thanksgiving menus and family politics. Here’s that night’s first bout: the auntly David Cairns against the avuncular Nate Waggoner in AUNT v UNCLE.
3/28 Jim Jefferies @ The Warfield San Francisco 4/3-4/4 Aziz Ansari @ Davies Symphony Hall San Francisco 4/12 Bill Cosby Paramount Theatre Oakland 5/2 Colin Quinn @ Rio Theatre Santa Cruz 5/18 Adam Carollo @ Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco 5/31 Dana Carvey @ Wells Fargo Center for the Arts Santa Rosa
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Clare O’Kane is a comedian in Los Angeles and a good friend of Dave’s. They talk failure, and comedy, and success, and success in comedy and failure in comedy. They both feel like failures and they are both WRONG. (Only Clare is wrong.)
The usually sombre proceedings of the SF Board of Supervisors’ Land Use and Economic Development Committee meeting were livened up today by some of our favorite local comedians, who came to support a proposal requiring landlords to subsidize rents of evicted tenants for two+ years.
NEW! Mutiny Sunday Funnies @ Mutiny Radio 2781 21st St (Mission) 2:00-4:00 Pam Benjamin - Church Key @ 1402 Grant (North Beach) 6:00/6:00-8:00 Five minutes Jake Hirschfeld -
Continental Club 1658 12th St Oakland (West Oakland) 7:30/8:00-10:00 Ten Minutes - Speak Easy (mixed) Featuring Kirk Mchenry (WATCH CLIP) & Lewis Belt(WATCH CLIP) @ Shashamane 2507 Broadway Oakland 8:00-11:30 Four minutes $5 charge/$3 for students Bri Blue
Woodham’s Lounge @ 4475 Steven’s Creek Blvd San Jose 8:00/8:30-1:00ish Pete Munoz - Blue Lounge @ 529 Seabright Ave Santa Cruz 9:00-12:00 ten minutes Big Bill & Hamburger Matthews
The Goosedown Presents: Jasper Redd’s Jazz Talk Vol. 2 #sf00s
In celebration of Jasper’s upcoming standup special “Jazz Talk” being released March 15th, 2014 on NetFlix, The Goosedown presents a mixtape of jokes & jazz performed by the comedian. Originally released in 2011.
Holla, #TeamBlaria! Hope y’all had a great weekend! Right now, I’m at MTV, working on Girl Code, so I’ll have to keep this shorter than a Vine video, which is a bummer because I wish I had time to go on and on about today’s guest: Solomon Georgio. He’s a very talented West Coast comic who was in NYC last week and popped over to my crib to chat with me when he wasn’t doing a show. He’s phenoms and charming and modelesque. In this episode, Sols talks about the wonders of Grindr, growing up on the West Coast, race issues like colorism, and throws shade at my boo Leonardo DiCaprio. This is seriously one of my fav interviews yet, so get into it!! Love you. Mean it. BYE!
Corbett Redford is a starving artist who hits his absolute bottom in a spree of bad luck, until one day a mysterious package arrives at his warehouse. Corbett continues to tour the U.S with his band Bobby Joe Ebola ( bobbyjoeebola ) and is still putting out records. Hear his music at http://bobbyjoeebola.com/
“Kim[berly Rose Wendt] had that look on her face like, ‘Oh shit, I hope we can be still friends after placing everybody in this situation that may go poorly.’”—Jules Posner on “producer face” @ Bar 355 [Paraphrase]