comedian you should know
The gay, Jewish-Palestinian married standup duo brought to life their endless real-life comedic content through a new cartoon series illustrated by Jesse Brown. I have to say the couple’s cartoons are simply delightful, and they nearly made me shoot coffee out of my nose while reading them one morning. Equally
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
Primarily researched and written by Stephen Torres with help from Stuart Schuffman. We stand at the precipice of one of the most polarizing federal elections that has ever occurred in this country. Each day brings another dash of chaos, and yet here we are, once again sifting through another labyrinthine
The ‘Comedian You Should Know’ series highlights funny people performing in San Francisco. We met Zack Chapaloni on the set of ‘Drunk Science‘ where we got a bunch of stand-up comics rip-roaring drunk, and asked them elementary science questions, and filmed it. It was a bit of a shit show,
The ‘Comedian you should know series’ is about celebrating artists on stage. The wonderful, strange, and brilliant performers that light up our theaters, auditoriums, clubs, and sidewalks. A kick-ass, all-female comedy team, has done something interesting, they’ve collaborated with kickstarter to pre-sell tickets to the shows on their tour. Meet Kaytlin Bailey of Cake Comedy,
In every “I quit!” fantasy, there’s the part where you unleash a string of expletives at your boss, at your co-workers, and even at the intern who can never get your coffee order right (Laura). But what if you could be as profane and as in-the-face of everyone as you
We started our show because we got a little tired of going to open mics and hearing a lot of young, male comedians talking about their dicks. Obviously not all the guys do this, but there are certain mics where you feel like you’re the only girl in the room.
Ever wish you could get on stage, browse some Tinder profiles, and make a show of it? Too late, Lane Moore beat you. Sorry, not sorry. Moore — a comedian, writer, editor, musician, producer, comic book scribe, and web series creator — takes her talent to the stage in interactive
The word ‘innovative’ is typically over used in the bay area, in this case it actually applies. ‘DJ Real’ uses a combination of technology and sound that keeps you laughing while at the same time wondering ‘how is he doing that?’ It’s an act that leverages both comedy and nerd power, he plays several electronic instruments, utilizes pre-loaded sound bites and dialogue, while working the crowd and weaving in traditional jokes as well.