Comedy And Everything Else Hosted by. Jimmy Dore and Stef Zamarano. Episode 139: Karen Kilgariff. Download Link: Here.

[Karen sings beautifully funny songs with a beautiful voice. And talking of subjects I no longer remember.]

Comedy And Everything Else Hosted by. Jimmy Dore and Stef Zamarano. Episode 138: Karen Kilgariff.

[Karen Kilgariff, NorCal Native, talks of her growth from Sacramento, to San Francisco, to Los Angeles. Highlights include: “Acting Class”, the worst heckle, and the current “Shut Up Bitch” culture. You’ll get it when you listen. And listen because she’s very sharp.]

Comedy And Everything Else Hosted by. Jimmy Dore, Todd Glass and Stef Zamarano. Episode 55: San Francisco’s Al Madrigal. Recorded August 2009.

[Topics Included: Last Names, Proficiencies, Hair, Late Night Comedy Shows, … And Friends, Paul Reiser, Al Madrigal’s Start, Latino Comedy Jams, Bay Area Traveling Comedian, Joe Pesci, Stockton Hell Gig, Todd Glass Sound Bites, Thinking Big, Palin, The News, Miami, Ivan Hernandez, Sitcoms]

Courting Sketchfest:

Comedy And Everything Else Hosted by. Jimmy Dore and Stef Zamarano. Episode 87: Janet Varney.

[One-Third of the San Francisco Sketchfest Brain-trust, Janet Varney, talks a bit about the festival/improv and talks a lot about religion and politics.] 

Comedy and Everything Else with local Legend Will Durst. Jimmy and Will talk about the days in San Francisco when there nine clubs and everybody made money. They also talk about the heavy times in the world around us. (Skip to the halfway mark to listen to the Will Durst segment).

San Francisco Improv legend Greg Proops stops by to talk “Whose Line is it Anyway”, San Francisco Comedy in the 80s, San Francisco food, the World’s food, and then mind bends the hosts and the audience with his incredible brain. Check it out.

I’m not sure where Adam Spiegelman is from but Brent Weinbach’s ghost haunts the Bay, and he made me laugh on this episode so it fits on this blog some how. 

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One of my favorite comedy podcast featuring San Francisciesque (SF to LA) comedians: Kevin Avery and W. Kamau Bell. Talks about racism featured heavily.