Casey Ley, 7 Minutes at the San Francisco Punch Line. 

10/15-16. For The People Comedy 4 Year Anniversary @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. 8pm. $15. Featuring Joey Guila, Frankie Quinones, Cory Loykasek and Marcella Arguello. Music by DJ Sol Wright. Tickets Available: Here.


[For the People Comedy is on a collective cusp beyond imagination. Its roster includes some of the most undeniable talents on the West Coast. Most importantly, beyond the sold out shows and heartfelt diversity, the budding collective exudes an inescapable closeness. It’s not just a party, it’s family.]

10/15-16. For The People Comedy 4 Year Anniversary @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. 8pm. $15. Featuring Joey Guila, Frankie Quinones, Cory Loykasek and Marcella Arguello. Music by DJ Sol Wright. Tickets Available: Here.

[For the People Comedy is on a collective cusp beyond imagination. Its roster includes some of the most undeniable talents on the West Coast. Most importantly, beyond the sold out shows and heartfelt diversity, the budding collective exudes an inescapable closeness. It’s not just a party, it’s family.]

jonahray:

Tonight thru Saturday I’ll be at the SF PUNCHLINE w/ @nickyoussef. I’ll have posters by @grafiik for sale. Also: #throwupthursday

Chris Riggins @ The San Francisco Punch Line

"For those that don’t know, ‘Roots’ is like black people’s ‘Star Wars’. We just don’t have conventions for it."

Jasper Redd @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

"I like to imagine it’s what an overweight teenage boy hears when he receives good news"

- Dave Thomason on ska @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]


"A [full head of hair] is ‘male cleavage’. Do you see all these sad, bald fucks?"

- Brendan Lynch @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]
[Photo by Leo Hochberg]

"A [full head of hair] is ‘male cleavage’. Do you see all these sad, bald fucks?"

- Brendan Lynch @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

[Photo by Leo Hochberg]

allison-mick:

Allison Mick at the San Francisco Punchline, 8.20.13


"I don’t know when I started dressing like a dad… who was dressed by his mom."

- Red Scott @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]
(Photo via comedybodega)

"I don’t know when I started dressing like a dad… who was dressed by his mom."

- Red Scott @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

(Photo via comedybodega)

"Keep it pronoun neutral, that’s how you do crowd work in San Francisco."

Brendan Lynch @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]