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Will and Willie TV Program 2015.1

Saturday, June 6th, 2015

We returned to The Gold Dust Lounge for our 1st fun and freewheeling hour-long program this year, recording the show on May 27th.  In Part 1, we open up our point of view on the political scene in California, and turn our attention towards the “affordable” housing crisis brewing in San Francisco.  Guest C.W. Nevius, SF Chronicle Columnist and SF Gate Blogger, joins us in Part 2 and gives insight into the controversy surrounding the Catholic Church, Pope Francis and Archdiocese of San Francisco.  We drill down deeper into the housing crisis in Part 4, and do a bit of Movie Time on the latest flick to destroy the Golden Gate Bridge, San Andreas, with San Francisco Movie Tours  Click play arrow for each of the four 15 minute segments on the screens below.

Part 1 – We say hello from our Pop-up studio (sounds easier than what it takes to set up)

Part 3 – We continue talking with C.W., who’s been writing about SF Catholic controversies

Part 4 – More about the changing times in SF, and the crunch in housing dud to Tech $$$, Also Movie Time

Will and Willie Radio Program 2015.1

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

We returned to The Gold Dust Lounge for our 1st fun and freewheeling hour-long program this year, recording the show on May 27th.  In Part 1, we open up our point of view on the political scene in California, and turn our attention towards the “affordable” housing crisis brewing in San Francisco.  Guest C.W. Nevius, SF Chronicle Columnist and SF Gate Blogger, joins us half-way the first of two Radio segments that aired on Talk 910 KKSF, iHeart Radio and AM 1080 KSCO in Santa Cruz. We get into the controversy surrounding the Catholic Church, Pope Francis and Archdiocese of San Francisco.  We continue in the second half, and drill down deeper into the housing crisis. The radio program is edited down from the TV show.

Honoring our friend ROBIN WILLIAMS on the next WILL AND WILLIE SHOW

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

Will Durst, Willie Brown and Producer Paul Wells all have fond memories of Robin Williams.  Durst appeared on many of the same stages, and he and his wife Debi Durst were the final owners of The Holy City Zoo Comedy Club on Clement St. in San Francisco, where Robin was once a bartender before becoming Mork.  Speaker of The Assembly and Mayor Willie Brown  had many charity and other events where Robin generously participated.  Paul “Lobster” Wells  as a DJ around the Bay, likewise had more than a passing acquaintance with our local, gifted, international star.  As a Stand-up Comedy Virgin, between jobs at Jive 95 KSAN and KLIV, he opened a set at The Zoo that was closed by guest sets by Michael Pritchard and Robin Williams.  There is a petition being circulated to rename the Waldo Tunnel on the Marin Side of the Golden Gate Bridge (with the Rainbows over the entrance, like the suspenders worn by Robin as Mork) The Robin Williams Tunnel comprare cialis.  Well, if the Bay Bridge SF Side can be the Willie Brown Bridge, it COULD happen.  Sign here 

Our show was taped Tuesday, September 9th at the Gold Dust Lounge in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.  We did recommend that people come to The 34th Annual Comedy Day.  It’s a free event at Sharon Meadows in Golden Gate Park, and one that Robin loved to show up and perform at.  Starts at Noon.  Come laugh your ass off, and bring a blanket to park it on, and layers of clothing!

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Will and Willie Show – Episode 24 – Part 1

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Expanded version of the video available at You Tube at the link at the end of this paragraph.  Former San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr. and Political Pundit Will Durst teamed up again with Producer Paul Wells at the San Francisco Travel office to interview Joe D’Alessandro, President of the former Convention and Visitors Bureau to discuss the importance of tourism and conventions to the economy of The City and benefits of being the favorite destination in the U.S.A.  Pt. 2 and 3 discuss the current SF Mayor’s race with Matt Gonzales, former President of the SF Board of Supervisors, and Pt. 4 takes on the Presidential race as Republican candidates vie for the nomination to challenge Barrack Obama in 2012. For Part 1 – to listen, click below. TO WATCH THE VIDEO VERSION ON YOUTUBE CLICK HERE!