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Comedy: Dominique

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 15, 2011
For Dominique, going postal meant leaving a job in civil service and starting a career in comedy. Perhaps it had something to do with the postal facility she worked in, the now infamous Brentwood Faci  

Comedy: Phil Palisoul

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 8, 2011
 "Every joke has a victim," explains comedian Phil Palisoul. "It's called a punch line, after all. Someone's going to get it. Throughout my whole act, I victimize myself." Wallowing in feelings o  

Comedy: Lily Tomlin

0 Comments · Thursday, November 3, 2011
When today’s stand-up comics list historical comedic influences, George Carlin and Richard Pryor are probably the most often mentioned of their generation. For some reason, people tend to forget abo  

Raising Hope: The Complete First Season

Raising Hope: The Complete First Season Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 26, 2011
By now we should have learned that a sitcom needs at least a good half-season to find its legs. It’s easy to dismiss a new show early on in its run, yet history shows that even the greatest sitcoms had mundane starts. Raising Hope might be considered such a sitcom, but, in retrospect, its early episodes are pretty solid, and it has continued to get better.    

Comedy: Andi Smith

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Andi Smith is perhaps one of the more subtle stand-up comics touring today. Her soft-spoken manner belies a blunt sense of humor that’s inspired by everything from relationships to current events. Y  

Q102's Bosom Ball with Hot Chelle Rae

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 19, 2011
It’s rare these days when a Top 10 radio hit also happens to be, arguably, one of the year’s best songs. Such is the case with Hot Chelle Rae’s “Tonight, Tonight,” easily the song of this past summer.   

Greg Warren

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 18, 2011
What’s Greg Warren talking about on stage these days? “I don’t know,” he says sitting in a coffee shop somewhere in his hometown of St. Louis, Mo. “And when I say that I’m not answering your question with, ‘I don’t know,’ literally I’m starting every show with, ‘I don’t know,’ because I don’t know. As I get older, I’m 43, I’m not sure of anything anymore. I found out yesterday through Microsoft Word, that I’ve been spelling separately wrong for 30 years, which is discouraging.”  

Comedy: Matt Fulchiron

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 30, 2011
“I just talk about groundbreaking things,” says comedian Matt Fulchiron. “Things like relationships. No other comic is talking about that right now. Quirky things, observations. Now I’m really making myself sound like the typical stand-up comic, but that’s what I do.” The thing that sets Fulchrion apart is his reaction to the reactions of his audience.  

Comedy: Alex Stone

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Lately Cincinnati has been producing some of the best stand-up talent in the country. Josh Sneed, Geoff Tate, Ryan Singer, Gabe Kea, Rajiv Satyal and Mike Cody (to name but a few) are all Tristate-based comedians performing, and in most cases headlining, clubs all around the country. Next up? Alex Stone. Clad in his now trademarked diamond top hat, Stone is on the cusp of being the area’s next breakout comedian.  

Comedy: John Morgan

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 9, 2011
You can be forgiven if you’re not quite sure which comedian named John Morgan is coming to the Funny Bone on the Levee. It’s certainly not the former Royal Canadian Air Farce cast member who passed away a few years ago. Yes, in comedy circles there are actually several John Morgans. “But are there any John Morgan, aka the Rajun’ Cajun?” asks this Louisiana native and longtime stand-up comic from his home south of Baton Rouge.