1. nightlifeonmars:

Our guests for our 6/5 show includes:
Nicole Calasich - Nicole Calasich is a comedian and writer based out of San Francisco. When she’s not confusing people with her sweet orphan-face and jerk-sarcasm combo, she performs stand-up comedy at the SF Punchline, the San Jose Improv, Rooster T. Feather’s, Cobb’s, and festivals like SF Sketchfest and the Shits & Giggles Festival. Her past sketch work with Sunshine Fortress and the all female group, Boner Patrol, enjoyed admission to SF Sketchfest four years running and quickly garnered “On the Lookout” status from the SF Weekly, respectively.
Zach Garner - Zach is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, host, graphic designer. He grew up in Philly, started writing comedy in Fiji, started doing stand up in San Francisco, and now has been performing standup, acting and hosting in New York since 2011. He loves cold beverages, warm tacos, and hot tubs.
Emily Epstein White - Emily Epstein White has been trapped in a self-cleaning toilet, has stitches from a treadmill accident, and once hung off the front of a truck like a hood ornament for half an avenue to avoid being run over. She performs all around New York City, the Northeast, and the West Coast, (not to mention a boat in the middle of the Yangtze River in China). She has been featured in many festivals and publications such as the New York Underground Comedy Festival, the 360 Comedy Festival, LAFF in Austin, TX, the She-Devil Comedy Festival, the Boston Globe, gawker.com, and she was on Good Morning America. She can be heard through the speakers of your computer four days a week on the humor and current events radio show TWiB in the Morning (http://twib.fm/category/amtwib/).
Mike Spiegelman – Mike grew up in New Jersey, and, like half his high school class, moved to San Francisco. He has opened for Neil Hamburger, Emo Phillips, David Cross, the late Mitch Hedberg, Robin Williams, and many more. He is a frequent host of the Darkroom Theater’s “Bad Movie Night,” and acted in 2008’s Last Voyage of the Omega: Episodes 1 and 2.  His humor site is Luggage Tuesdays. 
Adrian McNair - Adrian is an East-Bay-based comedian who made a big enough impression during his freshman year of comedy to have become a staple of the scene. He has performed at the San Jose Improv, Tommy T’s and is a favorite at independent showcases.
Justin Alan - A young and passionate man, hustling hard in the San Francisco scene of stand up comedy. He first stepped on stage as a comedian in January of 2011, and has already blessed such stages as, Tommy T’s Comedy House, The Comedy Store, The Purple Onion, The Improv San Jose, The Punchline Sacramento, The Punchline San Francisco, and Stand Up NY, along with countless others less notable by name alone. With comedy as his driving passion, Justin has already travel up and down California from Humboldt to L.A. and even out of state to New York. He has opened for Bobby Lee and Neal Brennan.
Plus a special performance by “Death Ray Astray” (the best American/British Rap Duet of all time) and more!
Draft beers are $1 off during our shows, and Murphy’s has an awesome selection! Show takes place in a private room in the lower level of Murphy’s Pub, 217 Kearny St (b/t Sutter and Bush).

    nightlifeonmars:

    Our guests for our 6/5 show includes:

    Nicole Calasich - Nicole Calasich is a comedian and writer based out of San Francisco. When she’s not confusing people with her sweet orphan-face and jerk-sarcasm combo, she performs stand-up comedy at the SF Punchline, the San Jose Improv, Rooster T. Feather’s, Cobb’s, and festivals like SF Sketchfest and the Shits & Giggles Festival. Her past sketch work with Sunshine Fortress and the all female group, Boner Patrol, enjoyed admission to SF Sketchfest four years running and quickly garnered “On the Lookout” status from the SF Weekly, respectively.

    Zach Garner - Zach is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, host, graphic designer. He grew up in Philly, started writing comedy in Fiji, started doing stand up in San Francisco, and now has been performing standup, acting and hosting in New York since 2011. He loves cold beverages, warm tacos, and hot tubs.

    Emily Epstein White - Emily Epstein White has been trapped in a self-cleaning toilet, has stitches from a treadmill accident, and once hung off the front of a truck like a hood ornament for half an avenue to avoid being run over. She performs all around New York City, the Northeast, and the West Coast, (not to mention a boat in the middle of the Yangtze River in China). She has been featured in many festivals and publications such as the New York Underground Comedy Festival, the 360 Comedy Festival, LAFF in Austin, TX, the She-Devil Comedy Festival, the Boston Globe, gawker.com, and she was on Good Morning America. She can be heard through the speakers of your computer four days a week on the humor and current events radio show TWiB in the Morning (http://twib.fm/category/amtwib/).

    Mike Spiegelman – Mike grew up in New Jersey, and, like half his high school class, moved to San Francisco. He has opened for Neil Hamburger, Emo Phillips, David Cross, the late Mitch Hedberg, Robin Williams, and many more. He is a frequent host of the Darkroom Theater’s “Bad Movie Night,” and acted in 2008’s Last Voyage of the Omega: Episodes 1 and 2.  His humor site is Luggage Tuesdays. 

    Adrian McNair - Adrian is an East-Bay-based comedian who made a big enough impression during his freshman year of comedy to have become a staple of the scene. He has performed at the San Jose Improv, Tommy T’s and is a favorite at independent showcases.

    Justin Alan - A young and passionate man, hustling hard in the San Francisco scene of stand up comedy. He first stepped on stage as a comedian in January of 2011, and has already blessed such stages as, Tommy T’s Comedy House, The Comedy Store, The Purple Onion, The Improv San Jose, The Punchline Sacramento, The Punchline San Francisco, and Stand Up NY, along with countless others less notable by name alone. With comedy as his driving passion, Justin has already travel up and down California from Humboldt to L.A. and even out of state to New York. He has opened for Bobby Lee and Neal Brennan.

    Plus a special performance by “Death Ray Astray” (the best American/British Rap Duet of all time) and more!

    Draft beers are $1 off during our shows, and Murphy’s has an awesome selection!

    Show takes place in a private room in the lower level of Murphy’s Pub, 217 Kearny St (b/t Sutter and Bush).

    Reblogged from: mattgubser
  2. Reblogged from: twohotmics
  3. The comedy duo of Laundry Basket & Spiegelman reunites for the Cynic Cave marathon. Total cash grab. #24hourcyniccave #reunion #luggagetuesdays#LAUNDRYBASKET!

  4. courtingcomedy:

    Laundry Basket & Spiegelman: “Who’s on First?” 

    Reblogged from: courtingcomedy
  5. 24 Hour Cynic Cave (This weekend may 23-24th)

    georgethechen:

    24 Hours of Comedy! Starting at 7 pm on Friday May 23rd

    Ending at 7 pm on Saturday May 24th

    $10 limited space!

    over 70 comedians including:

    Kate Willett, Jules Posner, Christopher John, Karinda Dobbins, Erik Krasner, Casey Ley, Kristee Ono, DJ Real, Michael Patten, Josef Anolin, Walker Glenn, Matt Louv, Matt Gubser, Marga Gomez, Ari Katcher, Steve Post, Richard Toomer, Jamie Fernandez, Rajeev Dhar, Matt Curry, Jesse Hett, Eloisa Bravo, Land Smith, Matt Morales, Irene Tu, Mark Smalls, Mike Speigelman, Jane Harrison, Andrew Holmgren, Ken Townsend, Justin Allan, Red Scott, Juan Medina, Andy McFood, FC Sierra, Emily Van Dyke, Iris Benson, Brandon Stokes, Hayden Greif-Neill, Kim Pierce, Nicole Calasich, Kelly Anneken, Drew Harmon, Chad Opitz, Ron Chapman, Ronn Vigh, Ryan Cronin, Aviva Siegel, Roman Leo, Ivan Hernandez, Jenn Dronsky, Jessica Sele, Jesse Fernandez, Dro, Ryan Papazian, Kaseem Bentley, Andrew Roberts, Emily Epstein White, Adrian McNair, Francesca Fiorentini, Mimi Vilmenay, Yonatan Pinkas, Shanti Charan, Imran G-I, more TBA

    hosted by Kevin O’Shea, George Chen, Joey Devine, Johan Miranda

    I’m scheduled 2-6am

    Reblogged from: georgethechen
  6. 
Not to spoiler anything, but the way Wolverine dies in the upcoming Marvel Comics Death of Wolverine mini-series is itchy, itchy balls.
— Mike Spiegelman (@Spiegelmania) April 25, 2014


Writing bits while scratching ur balls? RT @Spiegelmania: “…the way Wolverine dies in … Death of Wolverine… is itchy, itchy balls.”
— Easy Rider (@Easyridersf) April 25, 2014



  7. One of my tweets got a mention on Birmingham News/Huntsville Times’ blog (via President Obama fumbles song title ‘R-S-P-E-C-T’ when honoring Aretha Franklin (video) | AL.com)

    One of my tweets got a mention on Birmingham News/Huntsville Times’ blog (via President Obama fumbles song title ‘R-S-P-E-C-T’ when honoring Aretha Franklin (video) | AL.com)

  8. give-me-fiction:

    Mike Spiegelman runs one of the best comedy showcases in Oakland Tuesdays at the Layover. Here he is reading at Litquake’s Comics on Comix. Check him out Sunday at GMF.

    BUY TICKETS HERE

    RSVP ON FACEBOOK HERE

    Reblogged from: give-me-fiction
  9. Made the list, made top tweet!
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