Rad Upcoming SF Events PUPPY BOWL THU. 2/4 | 11:00AM @ FERRY BUILDING Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl Cafe” is coming to San Francisco during Super Bowl week and you can watch it live in person from February 4-7, 2016 at the Ferry Building. ADMISSION: FREE FLAMING LOTUS GIRLS: IN THE
Donnell Rawlings is an overnight success a decade in the making. You’ve seen him on Comedy Central’s award winning and critically celebrated “Chappelle’s Show” as “Ashy Larry,” the 70’s jheri curled “Beautiful,” and numerous other characters he’s played. Donnell is the franchise player Dave Chappelle and Neal Brennan wanted
This year, PianoFight is helping you redefine Valentines Day with Fat Sunday: A Vday Bash with A Mardi Gras Twist. Blaze your own happy trail through PianoFight’s 3 rooms of fun where you can choose between dancing, comedy, karaoke, live-music and more! Start off your evening at 6:00pm with
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Rad Upcoming SF Events DANDELION CHOCOLATE & ANCHOR BEER PAIRING THU. 1/28 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM @ THE CHAPEL Come enjoy a four-part beer and chocolate pairing featuring San Francisco’s oldest brewery and renowned single-origin chocolate maker! The pairing will feature new and limited-release brews from Anchor Brewing and a
Rad Upcoming SF Events Shop Jams: Happy Hour / Session 001 THUR. 1/21 | 5:00PM @ FLEET WOOD Fleetwood’s 1st Happy Hour session of 2016 will feature live music with Jim Morose (of Night Shapes) and Rebecca Redman (of Watercolor Paintings / Drawing Water). 20% off storewide. Tarot reading. Donation
Sampson is a nationally touring, award winning, stand up comedian, writer and activist who can make audiences double over in laughter whether he’s joking about his wacky and beloved Aunt Jackie, his twink neighbor, being raised in the South, or addressing homophobia, poverty, and religion. For over a decade,
I first saw Dave Attell in the early 2000s when he visited (and fell down some stairs) a brewery called Hogshead in my hometown on a now defunct show called, Insomniac. Insomniac with Dave Attell was a travelogue show in which Attell went from city to city looking for