seankeane:

I collaborated with Amy Miller on an important look at Twitter reactions to celebrity death. Summary: everyone is a hack, the search box is your friend, and Amy will be a mess in the unlikely event of Dolly Parton’s death.

Amy is very funny, so go see her in person this weekend at the Sacramento…

[This was written during Lou Reed’s farewell fallout, but its sentiment is pertinent on days like today.]

(Source: amymillercomedy)

#SF80s. Written by Megh Wright

[An interesting essay on Bay Area’s own Mr. Williams. It’s a solid pondering (with cool vids and links) on why Robin isn’t more revered by peers, nerds and critics. Article written by Justin Gray]

Andre Parker breaks down a classic game… in an ingenious context.

nodancing:

New thing I wrote for Filmdrunk about quirky girl crap I am sick of in movies/tv. I tried to offer alternatives so if any if you make a film about a girl who sneezes constantly to discover the meaning of life, please pay me some of the millions you get.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL…

Courting Sketchfest: Huffington Post’s “A Week at San Francisco Sketchfest” by Tony Bartolone

During my week in San Francisco, there were so many tantalizing events it was hard to decide what to see. The 12th Annual Sf Sketchfest was an ambitious undertaking, featuring 166 shows, lasting three and a half weeks and showcasing some of the best talent performing today. Here is my sample-platter of this year’s SF Sketchfest.

Part I

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Part II

All in all, SF Sketchfest 2013 was a great, big grab bag of laughs featuring a variety of memorable events and dynamic performances. There’s nothing quite like live comedy, and SF Sketchfest definitely does it right.

Cho was born in San Francisco in 1968. She grew up in three places, but primarily near Ocean Beach in the never sunny Sunset District.

“When I go to England,” Cho exclaimed, “I’m like Oh My God! This is exactly a big country that is made up of the Sunset District.”

HuffPostSF’s Vanessa Pinto shows some definite love to the formidable Caitlin Gill whilst describing her Willy Wonka (wanking) erotic fan fiction and regular ha-ha-habitats. 

Vanessa L. Pinto highlights Bay Area darling, Lynn Ruth Miller, from her pomp to her raunch (both of which is elegant and adorable). Follow the link for an extraordinary example of living a life worth living. 

George Chen, comedian-producer-raconteur, dictates a series of questions to a series of lauded comedians. The result is the geniune article: insightful, inventive and lush. Phenomenal work from Chen, Erin Conger and Angela May Chen. Enjoy.