Posts Tagged ‘Bay Area’

Rooster T. Feathers in Sunnyvale

Sci­ence com­edy fans, unite!  For one evening in Sun­ny­vale, Cal­i­for­nia!

8pm, Wednes­day, May 11, 2011.  An evening of sci­ence com­edy at Rooster T. Feath­ers Com­edy Club with sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow.

Infor­ma­tion and Reser­va­tions: 408-736-0921

Or BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE

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Sci­ence Come­dian Brian Malow
presents
Ratio­nal Com­edy for an Irra­tional Planet
An evening of sci­ence humor

“It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the funny bone.”
– The Wash­ing­ton Times

Get your geek on!  From the lighter side of helium to the darker side of the moon, join sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow on a rocket ride through the humor­verse.  Brian will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your funny bone.

For all audi­ences!

Music is not just for musi­cians. Art is not just for artists. And sci­ence is not just for sci­en­tists.

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$12
8pm, Wednes­day, May 11, 2011

Rooster T. Feath­ers Com­edy Club
157 W. El Camino Real
Sun­ny­vale, CA 94087
408-736-0921

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Brian Malow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­dian (avail­able for off-world appear­ances if trans­porta­tion is pro­vided). Based in San Fran­cisco, Brian has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son,” and per­formed for NASA, JPL, NIST, OSA, ACS, and other acronyms. He also makes sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and is a con­trib­u­tor to Neil de Grasse Tyson’s radio show.  Brian has been fea­tured in the Wash­ing­ton Post, New York Times, San Fran­cisco Chron­i­cle, and San Jose Mer­cury News.

For more info, check out www.sciencecomedian.com and  www.youtube.com/sciencecomedian and www.twitter.com/sciencecomedian

Punch Line Comedy Club, SF

Wednes­day, Feb­ru­ary 9, 2011.  An evening of sci­ence com­edy at the Punch Line Com­edy Club, San Fran­cisco, with sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow and spe­cial guest per­former Ngaio Bealum.

Tick­ets are $15 if you call the club:  415-397-PLSF  (415-397-7573)
For an addi­tional $5 ser­vice fee, you can buy tick­ets online

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Sci­ence Come­dian Brian Malow
presents
Spon­ta­neous Emis­sions
An evening of sci­ence humor

“It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the funny bone.”
– The Wash­ing­ton Times

Get your geek on!  From the lighter side of helium to the darker side of the moon, join sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow on a rocket ride through the humor­verse.  Brian will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your funny bone.  Also, appear­ing:  spe­cial guest come­dian Ngaio Bealum.

For all audi­ences!

Music is not just for musi­cians. Art is not just for artists. And sci­ence is not just for sci­en­tists.

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$15
8pm, Wednes­day, Feb­ru­ary 9, 2011

Punch Line Com­edy Club
444 Bat­tery Street (between Wash­ing­ton and Clay)
San Fran­cisco, CA 94111
415-397-PLSF

Tick­ets are $15 if you call the club:  415-397-PLSF  (415-397-7573)
For an addi­tional $5 ser­vice fee, you can buy tick­ets online

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Brian Malow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­dian (avail­able for off-world appear­ances if trans­porta­tion is pro­vided). Based in San Fran­cisco, Brian has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son,” and per­formed for NASA, JPL, NIST, OSA, ACS, and other acronyms. He also makes sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and has been fea­tured in the Wash­ing­ton Post, New York Times, San Fran­cisco Chron­i­cle, and San Jose Mer­cury News.

For more info, check out www.sciencecomedian.com and  www.youtube.com/sciencecomedian and www.twitter.com/sciencecomedian

Schmahl Science Workshops Fundraiser

Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 6, 2010.  I’m per­form­ing at a fundraiser for a very worth­while cause – Schmahl Sci­ence Work­shops offers an after-school career men­tor­ship pro­gram that enables pre-K through 12 stu­dents to par­tic­i­pate in on-going sci­ence and engi­neer­ing research pro­grams.

16th Anniver­sary Cel­e­bra­tion and Fundraiser:  “The Sci­ence of Suc­cess”

Food, wine, live enter­tain­ment (that’s me!)

6-10pm, Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 6, 2010
Quadrus Con­fer­ence Cen­ter
2400 Sand Hill Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025

Tick­ets avail­able at http://sswevent2010.eventbrite.com

More info on Schmahl Sci­ence Work­shops:

The Bay Area is home to sig­nif­i­cant inno­va­tion in sci­ence and tech­nol­ogy.  How­ever many local school dis­tricts have elim­i­nated sci­ence edu­ca­tion from their cur­ricu­lum. The key is more Sci­ence, Tech­nol­ogy, Engi­neer­ing, and Math (STEM) edu­cated grad­u­ates if we want to con­tinue to be lead­ers in the global econ­omy. By part­ner­ing with schools, insti­tu­tions of higher edu­ca­tion, sci­ence based insti­tu­tions, muse­ums, local gov­ern­ments, and the busi­ness com­mu­nity our non-profit, Schmahl Sci­ence Work­shops (SSW) devel­ops young sci­en­tists to par­tic­i­pate in the next wave of sci­en­tific inno­va­tion. We need your help to keep Schmahl Sci­ence Work­shop strong.  We invite you to join us to cel­e­brate the accom­plish­ments of our stu­dents and to learn more about how you can inspire the next gen­er­a­tion of sci­en­tists.

Comedy Off Broadway

Fri­day, Novem­ber 12, 2010, I’ll be head­lin­ing Com­edy Off Broad­way in Oak­land.  Looks like it’ll be a fun show with sev­eral other local come­di­ans.  Check it out…

8pm, Fri­day, Novem­ber 12, 2010

Miss Pearl’s Jam House at The Water­front Hotel
1 Broad­way at Jack Lon­don Square
Oak­land, CA 94607 (Map)

Tick­ets $10
$8 with student/military ID

www.ComedyOffBroadwayOakland.com

Phone: 510.214.COBO (510.214.2626)

info@coboak.com

SkeptiCal 2010 Science & Skepticism Conference

I will be speak­ing at Skep­ti­Cal 2010, the North­ern Cal­i­for­nia Sci­ence & Skep­ti­cism Con­fer­ence in Berke­ley, April 24.

Other speak­ers include Euge­nie Scott, Seth Shostak, Kirsten San­ford, Brian Dun­ning, and more.  See the list of speak­ers.

Green Vanity License Plates

I’ve been per­form­ing stand up com­edy for two decades. I get all the stage time I need.  But I real­ize not every­one has such an out­let. And, yet, humans are such com­pli­cated, emo­tional crea­tures.  They have so much to express!

That’s why I’ve always been fas­ci­nated with van­ity plates and bumper stick­ers.  And I’ve always lumped them in with answer­ing machine out­go­ing mes­sages and Karaoke.  I think, for some peo­ple, these might be the only out­lets they have through which to express them­selves to the world.  They have so much to say – and so lit­tle space!  But humans are cre­ative.

And humans that drive the Toy­ota Prius Hybrid Vehi­cle in the San Fran­cisco Bay Area…  well, they are par­tic­u­larly cre­ative.  And con­sis­tent with their mes­sage.  I keep see­ing hybrids with green-themed van­ity plates.  Not every one below is a Prius, but most of them are.

Have you seen any other van­ity plates with envi­ron­men­tal themes or mes­sages?  Let me know!

Green Wisdom

CO2 Saver

Low Carbon

High MPG

Less Oil

I'm Solar

C2R Seas

I Heart Bikes

Bikes OK

Got Feet

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Science Comedian on BoingBoing

I’m on Boing­Bo­ing!

Mag­gie Koerth-Baker posted a YouTube clip of me this morn­ing.  It’s an excerpt from my per­for­mance two weeks ago at Won­der­fest, the Bay Area sci­ence fes­ti­val.

The entire fes­ti­val was video­taped by Fora.tv.  You can see the rest of my 15-minute per­for­mance here.

Also, a dia­logue I mod­er­ated enti­tled Do Robots Make Bet­ter Astro­nauts? (fea­tur­ing Chris McKay of NASA Ames and Kanna Rajan of the Mon­terey Bay Aquar­ium Research Insti­tute).

If you’re visiting from BoingBoing… Welcome!

It’s odd to be judged just by these admit­tedly – pur­posely – corny bar jokes.  They aren’t exactly rep­re­sen­ta­tive of my entire act.  They were the silly end to my pre­sen­ta­tion.

And they also cut the rou­tine short – there are a few more, includ­ing the final bar joke which is arguably the best one….  about Helium.

Check out the rest of that per­for­mance or see my other YouTube clips:  www.youtube.com/sciencecomedian .  Sub­scribe!

I’m @sciencecomedian on Twit­ter.  Fol­low me!

And check out the sci­ence videos I’ve been mak­ing for Time Magazine’s web­site.

Thank you, good­night!

Science Comedian on Public Radio

Roman Mars of KALW, a San Fran­cisco pub­lic radio sta­tion, pro­duced a piece on me that aired yes­ter­day on the show Cross Cur­rents:

“The Bay Area is home to some of the smartest peo­ple on the planet. So, it makes sense that our brainy nature would demand the occa­sional brainy enter­tain­ment. That’s where Brian Malow, the sci­ence come­dian, comes in. Malow stopped by KALW to tell Roman Mars why he thinks sci­ence is so funny.”

If you have five min­utes, you can hear the seg­ment on their web­site:
Brian Malow, the Sci­ence Come­dian.

My thanks to Holly Ker­nan and Roman Mars of KALW

Cross Cur­rents airs at 5pm (Paci­fic), on FM 91.7, and streams live from the KALW web­site.