My friend Mac Blackout has found a way to turn his chaotic and provocative personality into chaotic and provocative art, and he celebrates his first book Friday at Galerie F.
On Gel Set’s Body Copy, Laura Callier tackles loneliness and alienation with her usual wit and sophistication—and lots of goofy puns.
Comic Caitlin Bergh talks about her new one-woman show, Chunks.
Cole’s open mike
Fiction Issue 2012, Editor’s pick: “The Fall and Rise of ‘The Worst Commercial Ever Made'”
Adam Burke didn’t mean to become a comedian, but it’s working out pretty well
Twitter feeds from a foulmouthed fictional Rahm Emanuel are chuckleworthy, but they can’t compare to the political pranks Abbie Hoffman pulled off. Whether tossing dollar bills onto the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, running a pig for President, or levitating the Pentagon, Hoffman showed the world that protest could be creatively mischievous, provocative, […]
She knows Sarah Silverman but she loves Taylor Dayne
Cameron Esposito keeps busy. Besides performing stand-up several nights a week, she serves as ringmaster for the Aloft Loft’s El Circo Cheapo Cabaret, cohosts the comedy open mike at Cole’s Bar, and created and teaches the Feminine Comique, “the world’s only all-female” stand-up course. Her hour-long solo show, Side Mullet Nation, went over so well […]
A serious sit-down with the comic of Side Mullet Nation.
Not to say that watching your drunk-ass friends shoot bottle rockets at one another isn’t a fun and patriotic way to celebrate our nation’s independence, but if you’re looking for an alternative to the usual July 4 shenanigans, Stand-Up for America! looks like a good way to go. Hosted by 100 Proof Comedy’s Jamie Campbell, […]
Plus: Freddie Gibbs cuts an EP in 24 hours, and Little White Earbuds launches a label
White Fence, Fucked Up, Hex Machine, Devin Townsend Project and other notable shows
Loose Dudes, LL Cool J, Hall & Oates, and other notable shows
Hakim, Luke Vibert, Swervedriver at Taste of Randolph, and other notable shows