Once again, Late Night Basement hosted by Chris Rose, one of the most entertaining (and FREE) comedy shows in Brooklyn has returned! On Friday, July 19th, at the Pine Box Rock Shop, the show will feature NY1’s 16 year-veteran newscaster, Pat Kierman, who has made cameos in Iron Man 3
It’s time for another night of laughs with our favorite comedy rock band, Fortress of Attitude. Be prepared to be introduced to the new Pope and the Oscar winner for Best Picture at the Fortress of Attitude apartment located in SoHo. Tonight’s guests include Christian Finnegan (Comedy Central; TBS’ Are
There’s something nostalgic about sitting in a basement. It reminds you of home. It’s relaxing. You almost feel as if you’re hiding from the world. Well, if you’re reading this, you’re not a home anymore. You’re living in a brutal city with high prices, five of the weirdest people you
New York-based comedy rock group and sketch video crew, Fortress of Attitude, is inviting every Broke-Ass with a sense of humor, an ear for music and a taste for the unpredictable to come down to their pad on this frigid Friday night in New York City. The hilarious collective is
Everyone has done it. You click on a video that someone posted on Facebook and as soon as it’s over, you click on one of the referred videos. And before you know it, you’ve just spent 3 hours looking at videos of cute puppies. We live in a wonderfully on-demand
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
Ashley’s post about movies and TV from her childhood got me all worked up reminiscin’ about the various cultural items floating about in my head as a child and tween. Like Ashley, I was incredibly tuned into the fact that if you looked like Nicole Eggert, you basically had it
If you’re a living, breathing twentysomething-year old woman with half a brain, chances are you also watched and were obsessed with Daria on MTV back in the day (sidenote: you know that shit’s out on DVD, right?!?). Though on the surface, the characters were based on fairly broad stereotypes in