Meghan McCain and Michael Ian Black: Two Slices of American Pie
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The last date listed for Co-Authors Meghan McCain and Michael Ian Black was Tuesday July 17, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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Bisou ... french bistro on Market only one block from the Castro Theater is great for before or after dinner ... they open at 5:30 so before is no problem and after you'll see the hip Castro crowd up close and person. Food and service are really excellent !!Sal Khan -- Founder of the Khan Academy dining • Sep 05 2014 star this tip starred
We took the trolley up Market St. to the Castro. Which was a nice ride. Great for people watching and the street scene. The only draw back is full trolleys and wait time. If you have time it's a great way to enjoy the city experience.Office Space info • Aug 18 2014 star this tip starred
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The Castro, such a beautiful theatre, was fine for this event. Well-organized, it started on time, and joan Walsh was her usual chic and smart self.
Meghan was very earnest and funny; Black was the perfect foil; he riffed off her gracie. The book is an easy, well-written read, and well done to get it signed. All over, great organization! Kudos!
Odd couple of the year, McCain and Black have written a love letter to America. In a cross-country tour to probe our beautifully weird country, encountering everyone from gun lovers, flag burners, teen moms, poker players to politicians and gay parents, the liberal comedian dad and the rising pundit and media darling explored all the nooks of American life, while stopping at every Olive Garden they come across, of course. Witness the oddball odyssey and hear their story live at the Castro Theatre.
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