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Laughs in a Glass September 27 at 3 Steves Winery
September 27, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm PDT
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We’ll have a food truck and wine by the glass or bottle for sale. A limited number of reservable tables are available. To check availability and reserve a table call 3 Steves Winery at 925-364-4889.
James Mwaura is a standup comic based in SF. Born to a German mom and Kenyan father and raised in the South, James likes to makes fun of white people but also enjoys a PampleMousse La Croix from time to time. James was recently named by 7×7 Magazine as one of the comics to watch in San Francisco, and he does shows all around California. Check out his podcast Color(ed) Commentary on iTunes!
Brian is the creator, and host of Adulted, and a Bay Area comedian and writer. He left the high stress world of tech for the low wage life of standup comedy performing under the stage name Skip Everett. His biggest claim to fame is inventing the Spam filter so he’d have an excuse for not reading his parents’ emails.
Oakland California comedian Jason Cole hit the comedy ground running by taking 1st place in the first competition he ever entered, winning a feature spot opening for comedian and TV star John DiResta at the Orinda Theater. Jason recently performed at the Chicago Nerd Comedy Festival as well as at many of the legendary San Francisco Bay Area clubs such as the Punch Line and Cobb’s. His quick-witted, self-deprecating style finds humor and laughs in all the dark corners of his life and the crazy life around us.
You’re Supporting a Great Cause!
Culinary Angels is an all-volunteer, donation-based group that provides healing, nutrient-rich meals to people going through a serious health challenge. About 95% of their recipients are actively going through cancer treatment.
Their volunteers are trained to cook with as many organic ingredients as possible and focus on nutrient-rich, plant-based, seasonal ingredients. Emphasis is placed on using cruciferous vegetables, sea vegetables and homemade broths in our soups. Culinary Angels believes this philosophy will help promote health, wellness, and hope to people who are compromised by their challenge. Organic, healing foods are an important part of our bodies’ natural instinct to be well!
Learn more about Culinary Angles on their website.