Retro: July 1988 Punch Line Calendar.
[And a month later, I WAS BORN! (courtesy of @ninagcomedian)]

Retro: July 1988 Punch Line Calendar.

[And a month later, I WAS BORN! (courtesy of @ninagcomedian)]

6/25. Kris Tinkle @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. 8pm. $8-$16. Featuring Christian Reyes, Zach Chiappellone, Duat Mai and hosted by Joe Gorman. Ticketmaster: Here. Goldstar: Here.

6/25. Kris Tinkle @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. 8pm. $8-$16. Featuring Christian Reyes, Zach Chiappellone, Duat Mai and hosted by Joe Gorman. Ticketmaster: Here. Goldstar: Here.

6/12-15. Robert Hawkins @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. Featuring Conor Kellicutt and John RossTicketmaster. Goldstar

[As a comic, I can say Robert Hawkins is one of the most informative, delightful comedians I’ve had the pleasure to watch. A cult-figure with a laundry list of accomplishments, Hawkins is a master of the craft, impossible to condense into a single review, preview, or revue. If you’re a fan of comedy, you’ve got to meet Robert. If you’re a purveyor of comedy, you’ve got to know him.]


"…it’s not stalking if you buy a ticket."

- Lydia Popovich on her obsession of Dolly Parton/Dollywood @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

"…it’s not stalking if you buy a ticket."

- Lydia Popovich on her obsession of Dolly Parton/Dollywood @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

"Wineries seem like they’re staffed by people who were kicked out of L.A. for being too fake"

Red Scott @ San Francisco Punch Line [Paraphrase]

Favorite Things of Last Night: Alice Wetterlund

[I don’t know why Wetterlund frequents the Bay semi-annually, but, christ shakes, it’s a fetching occurrence. She was very funny last night at the San Francisco Punch Line, in a way that’s emphatic, irrevocable and anecdotal. A real class act.]

6/4. Ladies Love the Punch Line @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. 8pm. $7.50-$15. Featuring Marga Gomez, Anna Seregina, Mary-Alice McNab, Layla Baird, Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, Queenie TT and hosted by Lydia Popovich. Tickets Available Here & Here. CODE WORD: LADIES. 

[The "Ladies Love" series has been an overflowing bastion of smart and funny in the Bay Area. Whether it be at the Layover in Oakland, or the Punch Line or abroad, it’s featured a spectrum of comedy in a fun, nurturing environment. It’s hard to find a more balanced, non-patronizing, sincere showcase in the City, especially for so cheap at a landmark venue. Go support it out if you know what’s good for you.]

6/4. Ladies Love the Punch Line @ San Francisco Punch Line. 444 Battery St. SF. 8pm. $7.50-$15. Featuring Marga Gomez, Anna Seregina, Mary-Alice McNab, Layla Baird, Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, Queenie TT and hosted by Lydia Popovich. Tickets Available Here & Here. CODE WORD: LADIES. 

[The "Ladies Love" series has been an overflowing bastion of smart and funny in the Bay Area. Whether it be at the Layover in Oakland, or the Punch Line or abroad, it’s featured a spectrum of comedy in a fun, nurturing environment. It’s hard to find a more balanced, non-patronizing, sincere showcase in the City, especially for so cheap at a landmark venue. Go support it out if you know what’s good for you.]

“Working With Kids And Celebrating Diversity” by Kevin Camia. Album: Kindness. Year: 2010. Recorded Live at the San Francisco Punch Line.

(Source: Spotify)

“Chase Through the Subway” by John Mulaney. Album: The Top Part. Year: 2009. Recorded live at the San Francisco Punch Line.

(Source: Spotify)