Some Kind of Trouble @ Amnesia 853 Valencia St (Mission) 6:00/6:30-9:00 Neck of the Woods @ 406 Clement St (Richmond) 7:30-10:00 La Rocca’s @ 957 Columbus (Russian Hill) 9:00/10:00-2:00
Fat Tuesdays @ The Bistro 1001 B Street, Hayward 7:30/8:00 Blue Candle Tuesdays @ Dorsey’s Locker 5817 Shattuck Ave Oakland 8:00 $5 to perform- credited towards purchase Tommy T’s Open Mic @ 5104 Hopyard Rd Pleasanton 6:00/7:00 $5 Fee to perform. Four minutes. Winner gets $20
Brent Weinbach's hilarious video Gangster Party Line, which has gone viral, uses a real phone number, which so many people call and have left “some shit talkin” voicemails. There are thousands upon thousands of voicemails that they’re going through to highlight the best, some of which are already posted on the site at the link, gangsterpartyline.com.
On occasion, “someone” will answer the phone and talk some shit like we saw last night at Underbelly, making for one of the funniest things we’ve seen all year.
Margaret Cho @ Rio Theatre 1205 Soquel Ave Santa Cruz 7:00 $29.50-$47.50 SOLD OUT Monique Marvez @ The Planet Ultra Lounge 2110 N. Fremont St. Monterey 8:00 $10 Comedy at Bogart’s @ 1209 Wildwood Ave Sunnyvale 8:00 FREE Aries Spears @ San Jose Improv 62 S. 2nd St San Jose 7:00 & 9:00 $20 Andy Woodhull @ Rooster T Feathers 157 W. El Camino Real Sunnyvale 8:00 & 10:30 $19
Thug Notes is an all original series on Youtube that stars Sparky Sweets Comedian Greg Edwards a well read ldquo thug rdquo who spouts off summaries and literary analysis of classic literature using slang that is making its way into popular culture let rsquo s be honest it rsquo s all ready there Think ldquo …
My man Kollin Holtz interviewed me about Thug Notes and comedy.
Melinda Hill has been doing a web series in tandem with the longstanding live comedy show What’s Up Tiger Lily? that she’s a part of, called All Growz Up. In an alley where Tiger Lily takes place, Hill asks some of the funniest people around that do the show what they wanted to do when they grow up like Kyle Kinane, Jon Dore, Maria Bamford, and more.
When asked, the hysterical Karen Kilgariff ends up giving some solid advice to people who have the dream of making it in comedy. Watch it here.
Comedian Hasan Minhaj is Dave’s guest this week! They talk about growing up with immigrant parents, and as a first-generation American, what it takes to get your parents to open up, and what happens once they do. Hasan and Dave love each other. They hugged.