comedystylings:

Chris Riggins

Hat: $5 liquor store beanie 
Jacket: wool Members Only from Goodwill
Sweater and shirt: Gap V-Necks from Gap
Denim: Old Navy Slim Fit from Old Navy
Sneakers: Nike Air Max Boot Sneakers from the Nike Outlet in San Leandro 
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Photo by Red Scott, taken outside the Punch Line in San Francisco on 8/24/14.

comedystylings:

Chris Riggins

Hat: $5 liquor store beanie

Jacket: wool Members Only from Goodwill

Sweater and shirt: Gap V-Necks from Gap

Denim: Old Navy Slim Fit from Old Navy

Sneakers: Nike Air Max Boot Sneakers from the Nike Outlet in San Leandro

Follow Chris here.

Photo by Red Scott, taken outside the Punch Line in San Francisco on 8/24/14.

(via redscott)

mattgubser:

Into the wee hours of the morning at LaRocca’s open mic in North Beach. (at La Rocca’s Corner)

mattgubser:

Into the wee hours of the morning at LaRocca’s open mic in North Beach. (at La Rocca’s Corner)

gregproops:

ManBag Beer proud sponsor of the Proopcast

#native

viceprincipals:

Walker’s pre-show ritual in the Punch Line’s green room

viceprincipals:

Walker’s pre-show ritual in the Punch Line’s green room

nprfreshair:

Last night Breaking Bad won its second consecutive prize for outstanding drama series.  Its star, Bryan Cranston, won his fifth Emmy. Fresh Air spoke to Cranston while he was on Broadway playing President Johnson in All the Way. In the interview, he tells Terry about his short-lived stand-up career: 

"I did it for about nine months in 1981, I believe it was. I did it solely for the purpose of overcoming fear, because I looked at that and I said to myself, "Oh, my God, that’s got to be the scariest thing to do." There’s a microphone and a light on you, and that’s it. It’s all you, and so I wanted to do that. I got into the idea of going from club to club. I was never paid for it, nor should I have been, because I never rose above the level of mediocrity. But it was a great, great experience, very humbling. My respect and admiration for those who do it for a living, like Jerry [Seinfeld], was just enormous."

Photo: Andreas Laszlo Konwrath via Variety 

#breakingballs #malcolminthefeaturespot #jokelife

nprfreshair:

Last night Breaking Bad won its second consecutive prize for outstanding drama series.  Its star, Bryan Cranston, won his fifth Emmy. Fresh Air spoke to Cranston while he was on Broadway playing President Johnson in All the Way. In the interview, he tells Terry about his short-lived stand-up career: 

"I did it for about nine months in 1981, I believe it was. I did it solely for the purpose of overcoming fear, because I looked at that and I said to myself, "Oh, my God, that’s got to be the scariest thing to do." There’s a microphone and a light on you, and that’s it. It’s all you, and so I wanted to do that. I got into the idea of going from club to club. I was never paid for it, nor should I have been, because I never rose above the level of mediocrity. But it was a great, great experience, very humbling. My respect and admiration for those who do it for a living, like Jerry [Seinfeld], was just enormous."

Photo: Andreas Laszlo Konwrath via Variety 

#breakingballs #malcolminthefeaturespot #jokelife

(via npr)

laughspin:

(via Billy Crystal’s Robin Williams Emmys tribute: Read and watch the full speech)

THIS IS STILL A THING! comedyday

courtingcomedy:

After a trying and turbulent year, it’s good to give, love and laugh with the best of San Francisco. Comedy Day, SF’s free outdoor comedy festival, is taking place on 9/14/2014 and NEEDS YOUR HELP. Please contribute to this organization of overachieving heart.

swanhotel:

Lucielle Wesler was overjoyed when studio head Martin Levy turned her twin boys into movie stars. But celebration turned to mourning when Death bought a ticket to the matinee.

With Mary Van Note, Kelly Anneken, Paul Jennings, Paco Romane, Sarah Hensley, Dave Ross, Les Milton, Erik Charles Nielsen, Matt Lieb, Nick Palm, Jason Dove, Emily Epstein White, Caitlin Gill, Taylor Wilson, Scott Vermeire and Ron Chapman. Theme by Nick Stargu and artwork by Justin Lawrence DeVine.

Rate & Review Tales From The Swan Hotel on iTunes and Stitcher

8/28. “Scissoring is Not A Thing: Dyke Pride Comedy Show” @ Legionnaire Saloon (2272 Telegraph Ave. Oakland) Free. 6pm.