redscott:


Eloisa Bravo at The Dark Room, August 20th, 2014.

redscott:

Eloisa Bravo at The Dark Room, August 20th, 2014.

This a wall for people on drugs. Trust me. Next time you’re in a cipher outside of the Milk Bar—for one of its many comedy offerings—check out this shit.

This a wall for people on drugs. Trust me. Next time you’re in a cipher outside of the Milk Bar—for one of its many comedy offerings—check out this shit.

(Source: returnofthehomosuperior, via san-francisco-life)

"Right. “If you don’t feel exactly the way I feel about every single subject in every single way, I am going to try and destroy you.” And for a while I was thinking about that, wondering if it would affect my actual career. But then this summer I’d do stand-up gigs and I’d realize, oh wow, the people who get outraged online, they don’t go do things. They’re inside on the computer, so they don’t affect what you do as a comedian or entertainer. They can raise a ruckus, but they don’t have an effect on anything real in your life."

What comedian Patton Oswalt (SF90s) did on his Twitter-free summer vacation - The Washington Post (via redscott)

(via redscott)

Today’s episode is another round-table, with Kevine Boggess of Coleman Advocates for Children & Youth, Ken Tray of United Educators of San Francisco, and educator and comedian Micia Mosley. Are schools a way to create social equity or a way to crush children’s spirits? Why can’t we just have good schools for kids?

superseriousshow:

Drennon Davis // The Super Serious Show, May 2014
*Photo by Callie Biggerstaff

superseriousshow:

Drennon Davis // The Super Serious Show, May 2014

*Photo by Callie Biggerstaff

redscott:


Lineup for The Tabernacle at The Dark Room, August 20th, 2014.

redscott:

Lineup for The Tabernacle at The Dark Room, August 20th, 2014.

Life is great. Yesterday on Ash Tuesdays (Ash Fisher’s FCCFreeRadio Show), I met Ed Attanasio. In addition to being a great conversationalist (especially about the SF Comedy Golden Age he lived and I research), he’s a fellow comic and a visual artist with a spectacular origin. Read about it here and check out this cool guy’s great work.

Life is great. Yesterday on Ash Tuesdays (Ash Fisher’s FCCFreeRadio Show), I met Ed Attanasio. In addition to being a great conversationalist (especially about the SF Comedy Golden Age he lived and I research), he’s a fellow comic and a visual artist with a spectacular origin. Read about it here and check out this cool guy’s great work.

mattgubser:

Into the wee hours of the morning at LaRocca’s open mic in North Beach. (at La Rocca’s Corner)

mattgubser:

Into the wee hours of the morning at LaRocca’s open mic in North Beach. (at La Rocca’s Corner)

gregproops:

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viceprincipals:

Walker’s pre-show ritual in the Punch Line’s green room

viceprincipals:

Walker’s pre-show ritual in the Punch Line’s green room