Posts Tagged: nato green
Rumpus pal W. Kamau Bell got all fancy and moved to New York to host his hilarious TV show Totally Biased.
But we haven’t forgotten his San Francisco roots, and neither has he—he’ll be performing tonight at The Chapel on Valencia St with Karinda Dobbins and Nato Green, another friend of the site....more
Hey San Francisco! This Monday, April 8th is the premiere of The Nato Sessions: Live Conversating & Podcastery with Famous Smart People, hosted by comedian and Rumpus contributor Nato Green, and featuring literary and comedic figures such as Gerard Jones, Ayelet Waldman, Mort Sahl and Helene Wecker....more
As the 49ers head to the Super Bowl, San Francisco can’t stuff its excitement into a hemp messenger bag fast enough.
In one season, our City—Bill O’Reilly’s favorite punchline for everything fey and un-American—may defeat the nation in baseball and football....more
“The first assumption people make when they think about comedy and social movements is that our role is to change the minds of people who disagree with us politically, but that’s both incorrect and simplistic.”...more
Two of our favorite comedians, W. Kamau Bell and Nato Green are teaming up to present Comedy SuperPAC: Promoting Good Comedy & Great Causes Since 2012! The weekly stand-up comedy showcase will be held at San Francisco’s Hemlock Tavern on Mondays from March 12 to May 7....more
This week in San Francisco, get in bed with Quiet Lightning, Microscopic Giant at Space Gallery, Laughter Against The Machine, Andrew Foster Altschul’s book launch, Literary Death Match, Stephen Elliott reads at BANG OUT X: Tough Love, and the Anger Management Reading Series presents Hostile Takeover....more
W. Kamau Bell wants stand-up comedy to be seen as an art form enjoyed by hip, educated people. He’s on a mission to raise the IQ and literacy of comedy audiences...more
This week in San Francisco: readings, readings, readings! Porchlight, Tenderloin #7, and Naked Minds will keep your craving for words at bay, Nato Green hosts Iron Comic at the Punchline, and Fifty24SF brings science-y new art to the Lower Haight with The Undivided Mind....more