Ali Mafi, Aisha Tyler and Lydia Popovich @ Cobb’s Comedy Club
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Ali Mafi, Aisha Tyler and Lydia Popovich @ Cobb’s Comedy Club

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Podcast: The JV Club w/ Janet Varney (SF00s). Episode 104. Aisha Tyler. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Website: Here

It’s a deep-delving discussion of ethics and morality (science fiction nerds welcome!) with the inimitable Aisha Tyler (SF Native), otherwise known as a video gaming champ of her local laundromat. Plus: enough rad book recommendations to last you for weeks!

Aisha Tyler. SFNative.

Joy by Alexander Thornton on Flickr.

Aisha Tyler. SFNative.

Joy by Alexander Thornton on Flickr.

funnyordie:

Aisha Tyler Doesn’t Need It

Playing it safe just isn’t Aisha Tyler’s style.

#SFNative

Podcast: Mental Illness Happy Hour w/ Paul Gilmartin. Episode 137. Live at LA Podfest w/ Aisha Tyler (Native). Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.

The actress/ writer/ standup/ podcaster (Girl on Guy)/t.v. host (The Talk, Talk Soup) joins Paul at LAPodfest in front of a live audience and discusses her workaholism and anxiety, her outcast status as a child, where her drive comes from, growing to understand her intimidating, blunt father and appreciate the challenges of her long marriage.

Up At Noon: Aisha Tyler’s Secret to Being Awesome: Up at Noon

hellogiggles:

GUSHING OVER AISHA TYLER’S ‘SELF-INFLICTED WOUNDS’
by Rachael Berkey
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[A passionate mini-review of “Self-Inflicted Wounds” by SF’s Aisha Tyler, one of the world’s most erudite and eloquent minds. I look forward to reading Tyler’s memoir, now a little bit more after reading Berkey’s spiel.]

hellogiggles:

GUSHING OVER AISHA TYLER’S ‘SELF-INFLICTED WOUNDS’

by Rachael Berkey

[A passionate mini-review of “Self-Inflicted Wounds” by SF’s Aisha Tyler, one of the world’s most erudite and eloquent minds. I look forward to reading Tyler’s memoir, now a little bit more after reading Berkey’s spiel.]

Totally Biased: Extended Interview with Aisha Tyler (Native) and W. Kamau Bell (SF00s). 

A Promotional Segment of the new Who’s Line Is It Anyway, hosted by SF’s Aisha Tyler