Comedy

20 Aug 2018

NYC Drag Queen Of The Week – Jessie James

There is no shortage of drag queens in NYC. You can’t throw a rock without hitting some twink in a dress thinking he’s got what it takes to shantay down the runway just because he’s seen every season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race while practicing YouTube makeup tutorials. There’s a

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09 Aug 2018

Why There Is No Outside Lands Livestream in 2018

Sorry, but you cannot watch Outside Lands online in 2018. The San Francisco music festival will not have a free online stream this year, so if you really want to see it, you can still get tickets or try to find a cozy spot outside the fenced area. We’ve confirmed

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29 Jul 2018

Facebook Lost $123 Billion Overnight…and a Bag Of Skittles Just Overdrew Me

Unless you’ve been living in captivity in the glaciers of Antarctica for the last decade or so, you have a Facebook account. Hell, I’ll be sharing this very article on Facebook within 24 hours, I’m sure. You probably also know that it is one of the richest companies on the

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26 Jul 2018

The Most Annoying Barista in the World

A comic strip about the most annoying barista in the world, by San Francisco illustrator Kelly O’Grady

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26 Jul 2018

Burrito Perfomance Art & Feeding the Hungry in SF

Since we love burritos, comedy, and awesome nonprofits, it was only natural that we interview Bay Area native Kristee Ono, who not only does she do comedic videos about eating SF burritos, she also volunteers with SF Burrito Project, an amazing organisation that meets once a month in the Mission to

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19 Jul 2018

This Week’s News from the Bay and Beyond

We have locals kicking gentrification arse, the shakeup of a landmark publication, the best possible outcome in the Permit Patty situation and a president that just went balls-deep in diplomacy destruction. Let’s go. Around the Bay Hasta Muerte Puts Down Oakland Roots The building Hasta Muerte Coffee leased from was

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19 Jul 2018

‘Showgirls’ Show Celebrates 20th Anniversary With #MeToo Realness

This year’s annual Showgirls production is a response to the alleged real-life sexual misconduct of a Saved by the Bell star. Marking the 20th anniversary of Peaches Christ’s original 1998 Midnight Mass screening of the awful but enduring movie Showgirls, this year’s live musical homage I, Nomi opens Thursday night

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18 Jul 2018

Fighting Sexism In Comedy Isn’t As Easy As You Think

By Rachel Fogletto It was Sunday and I was booked to host at my local comedy club Wednesday. A story had recirculated about Jeremy Piven, an actor who was accused of sexual assault by 8 women. He was supposed to headline the same club, that Thursday through the weekend. As the story unfolded, there were discussions

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