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Moshe Kasher // The Super Serious Show, November 2012
*Photo by Wei Shi

superseriousshow:

Moshe Kasher // The Super Serious Show, November 2012

*Photo by Wei Shi

[Deborah Thomasian goes deep with homeboy Moshe Kasher. I love its informative hyperbole.]

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Moshe Kasher. Bridgetown Festival. Opening Night. Bagdad Theater. 04/18/13. Photo by Jason Traeger.

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Moshe Kasher. Bridgetown Festival. Opening Night. Bagdad Theater. 04/18/13. Photo by Jason Traeger.

Moshe Kasher, native son, riffing at the Laugh Factory.

(Source: thelaughfactory)

Days ago, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival announced it’s line-up featuring some of the fiercest faces of funny, darlings of the deprecation, and heroes of ha-ha. Once again, the Bay Area is represented handsomely by various luminaries of the region’s history and current thoroughbreds. Shout outs are indeed in order to: Dana Gould (SF80s), Greg Behrendt (SF90s), Moshe Kasher (Native), Karen Kilgariff (SF90s), Blaine Capatch (SF90s), Emily Heller (Native), Jordan Morris (SF00s), Drennon Davis (SF00s), Guy Branum (SF00s), Nico Santos (SF00s), David Gborie, Dhaya Lakshiminarayanan, Dave Anthony (SF90s), Kevin Munroe, Caitlin Gill, Solomon Georgio (Native), Joe Nguyen, and all others selected to tell jokes, eat unhealthy, dance wildly and drink absurdly. 

Days ago, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival announced it’s line-up featuring some of the fiercest faces of funny, darlings of the deprecation, and heroes of ha-ha. Once again, the Bay Area is represented handsomely by various luminaries of the region’s history and current thoroughbreds. Shout outs are indeed in order to: Dana Gould (SF80s), Greg Behrendt (SF90s), Moshe Kasher (Native), Karen Kilgariff (SF90s), Blaine Capatch (SF90s), Emily Heller (Native), Jordan Morris (SF00s), Drennon Davis (SF00s), Guy Branum (SF00s), Nico Santos (SF00s), David Gborie, Dhaya Lakshiminarayanan, Dave Anthony (SF90s), Kevin Munroe, Caitlin Gill, Solomon Georgio (Native), Joe Nguyen, and all others selected to tell jokes, eat unhealthy, dance wildly and drink absurdly. 

Podcast: The Champs featuring Neal Brennan, Moshe Kasher and DJ Dougpound. Episode 60. Aisha Tyler. Download Link: 

Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.

The new host of “Who’s Line is it, Anyway” sits down with the Champs to discuss bombing onstage, marrying her ex-boyfriend’s best friend, and being a black girl at an Ivy League school.

[SFNative x OAKNative]

Podcast: The Champs featuring Neal Brennan, Moshe Kasher and DJ Dougpound. Episode 59. Jasper Redd. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.

Comedian Jasper Redd sets the record for quietest guest ever, so Neal talks about having lunch with Michael Moore and Dick Gregory, then they debate who’s had it worse, Jewish people, Native Americans or black people.

Podcast: The Champs featuring Neil Brennan, Moshe Kasher and DJ Dougpound. Episode 58. Too $hort. Download Link: 

Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.

Legendary OAKLAND rapper Too $hort sits down with the Champs to discuss his unprecedented four decade long hip-hop career: from selling mix-tapes on the streets to opening for N.W.A. to “Blow The Whistle.” This is a crazy-good episode and Moshe was hard the entire time.

Moshe.Chelsea.NorCal.BayArea.Oakland.

Moshe.Chelsea.NorCal.BayArea.Oakland.

(Source: ohlivyuhuxtable, via standupcomedyblog)

Friend of the blog and Moshe Kasher wearing Jew-goggles as Punch Line ATM waits in the background
(P.S. The glasses turn every light source into a star of David)

Friend of the blog and Moshe Kasher wearing Jew-goggles as Punch Line ATM waits in the background

(P.S. The glasses turn every light source into a star of David)