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Comedy: Underbelly Comedy Reunion and Farewell

0 Comments · Friday, October 19, 2012
It’s the end of an era indeed. Underbelly, the comedy show that mixed improv, sketches, music and poetry returns to the new Southgate House for one farewell performance. Over the years, many of the   

Comedy: Pauly Shore

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 16, 2012
In 2012, not too many folks greet Pauly Shore with a “what’s up bu-ddy?” There are a few, though. “Mostly drunken frat guys. They all yell ‘Bio-Dome!’ And I think, ‘I need to go back and  

Comedy: Jamie Lissow

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Comedian Jamie Lissow went to law school — for two weeks. “I got my first paying gig,” he explains. “I got $50 to do five minutes. Up until then I had no idea you could paid for doing comedy.   

Bill Burr: Completely Satisfied

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Bill Burr is undoubtedly a comedian’s comedian, that rare comic who other stand-ups will go out of their way to see. However, Burr also has a sizeable and loyal fanbase that relishes in his observations on everything from Hitler to fast food.   

Comedy: Tony Woods

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Like most comedians, Tony Woods had many day jobs before becoming a full-time stand-up. “I used to be one of those people who would sit around the house all day, smoke weed, watch TV and go ‘I cou  

Comedy: Kevin Pollak

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2012
 Not long after discovering a gift for mimicking famous movie actors, Kevin Pollak pursued a career in stand-up comedy. In the 1980s, that talent actually helped improve his acting skills, landin  

Comedy: Dustin Ybarra

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Some stand-up comics have a hard time with acting roles. Dustin Ybarra says the key is having a high threshold of boredom. “I feel stand-up takes so much more work,” he says from his apartment in   

Comedy: Andy Woodhull

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Long before trying stand-up comedy, Andy Woodhull was stockpiling jokes. “In high school I read in a book that Jerry Seinfeld wrote that he kept a notebook and wrote funny things down in it.” Wood  

Film: Ryan Singer in The Wonderland Express

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 4, 2012
 If you haven’t done so already, add Ryan Singer to the list of comics from the area making a splash on the national comedy scene. Singer regularly features for Marc Maron and also headlines ar  

Comedy: Robert Hawkins

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Though he tries to deny it, Robert Hawkins is one of America’s best joke writers. “If you look at Twitter,” he says, “I’m not even in the top 100. I just have an instinct for writing jokes.