Jeremy Essig may or may not be recording a CD at Go Bananas
this week. “I don’t know if they know about it,” he says, laughing, “I just
sort of decided. I had a spot open up and [Go Bananas] had a week open, so I
picked it up."
Lewis Black calls from a hotel room in
Los Angeles. Taking a short break from his “The Rant is Due: Part Deux”
tour, Black is in Hollywood to do some voice work on the new Pixar
animated film Inside Out, in which he appropriately voices the character of Anger.
As Mid-Century Modern becomes desired,
preserved and collected, many cities — Cincinnati included — have
started Modernism tradeshows where period design objects are sold and
advice is given on home restorations.
of comedy falls under great scrutiny and derision, often unnecessarily
so. Impressions, props, magic, duos — anything slightly out of the
ordinary seems to open itself up to criticism...Fortunately, the Sklar Brothers have
avoided such slings and arrows by developing a truly organic stand-up
“It’s going well,” says comedian Jackie
Kashian of her career. “Everyone seems to be pointed in a Jackie Kashian
direction, which I am pleased about.” Earlier this year, the Milwaukee native released a DVD and CD titled This Will Make an Excellent Horcrux, to rave reviews.