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.

3/2. Give Me Fiction: Power @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8:30PM. $10. Featuring Ivan Hernandez, Molly Sanchez, Emily Epstein White, Nate Waggoner, George Chen, and Tara Marsden. 
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Give Me Fiction returns to its rightful place on the first Sunday of the month! Some of the finest minds in comedy, literature, and theatre write pieces around a theme, which they are free to interpret as loosely or strictly as they wish. This month’s theme is POWER, and reading will be:David CairnsEmily Epstein WhiteMolly SanchezNate WaggonerGeorge ChenTara Marsden And your host, the mighty Ivan Hernandez.
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RSVP ON FACEBOOK HERE

3/2. Give Me Fiction: Power @ Lost Weekend Video. 1034 Valencia St. SF. 8:30PM. $10. Featuring Ivan Hernandez, Molly Sanchez, Emily Epstein White, Nate Waggoner, George Chen, and Tara Marsden. 

give-me-fiction:

Give Me Fiction returns to its rightful place on the first Sunday of the month! Some of the finest minds in comedy, literature, and theatre write pieces around a theme, which they are free to interpret as loosely or strictly as they wish. This month’s theme is POWER, and reading will be:

David Cairns
Emily Epstein White
Molly Sanchez
Nate Waggoner
George Chen
Tara Marsden

And your host, the mighty Ivan Hernandez.

BUY TICKETS HERE

RSVP ON FACEBOOK HERE

(via mattgubser)

Courting Sketchest: “IT’S HAPPENING!”

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Comedy harvest has unloaded it’s sweet produce on San Francisco yet again in the season of SFSketchfest. If you’re reading this blog, you’ve probably heard of it. If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably involved with it. There isn’t enough time for this lowly publication to supply further superlatives — warranted or not — because the train has already left the station.

Take the time to read some steller previews from Robert Avila at the San Francisco Bay Guardian, Peter Hartlaub of SFGate, Nate Waggoner’s Six Must-See Under-the-Radar Events at SF Sketchest (via SF Weekly), Serial Optimist’s SF Sketchfest Preview by Deborah Thomasian, "Top 10 Picks For Sketchfest" by The Bold Italic’s Madeline Janning, The 4th Annual "A Nerd’s Guide to SF Sketchfest" by Dakin Hardwick (Spinning Platters), and Erika Milvy’s write-up at the East Bay Express.

look forward relaying the maelstrom of delight to you over these next few weeks.

- OJ

[Photo via @SFSketchfest]