The Kinda Late Show
Bear Vasquez passed away yesterday after a number of years of poor health. Bear was a virtual friend of mine for 5 years. I had first seen him through the Couchsurfing networks and groups of Yosemite, where he lived and then I saw him interviewed on Broke-Ass Stuart’s Kinda Late Show in 2015 and it made me want to meet him even more than I had already as a fellow active couchsurfer. So I contacted him about coming to stay at his place sometime.
It is with heavy heart that I announce yet another closure in San Francisco’s cultural landscape. I just heard the news that Doc’s Lab has permanently closed down. While I have yet to see an official announcement, there are no shows on it’s calendar. That is pretty good indicator that
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Now that I’ve got a little distance from the whole mayoral campaign, I’ll be writing a bit more about what it was like. This particular piece is from a monologue I did for The Kinda Late Show. Also, Drew Platt wrote some of it with me. It’s supposed to be funny
San Francisco’s best live “late night” show is back! Imagine all the late night shows you’ve ever seen but with a distinct SF slant. There are unbelievable live performances, famous musicians, titilating interviews, and hilarious video sketches. Plus Broke-Ass Stuart is there in a suit, behind a desk, talking shit
Thursday 8pm Doors, $15, 124 Columbus Ave @ Doc’s Lab! Our guests for this episode are DOPE! They include: – Carol Queen (Sexologist and Sociologist) – Michelle Tea (Author and Poet) – Hermione Way (Reality TV Star & New Media Journalist) – Musical Guest: Sambaxé Dance-Company – House band MegaFlame
Following up on their recent appearance on The Kinda Late Show with Broke Ass Stuart and gearing up for their latest release this summer, we had a chance to talk to hyper-creative, never-boring, super fun Double Duchess. Are you a broke-ass artist? Krylon: Right now, Hell ya. Financially broke,
In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you all missed: the days when artists, writers, musicians, and unemployed visionaries were playing hard in the city’s streets and paying the rent working part time. Usually I tell a story about what the city was like when