comedy

07 Apr 2017

Artist You Need To Know: Sam & Bill are Bad MotherFolkers

This week I was lucky enough to sit down with the up and coming NYC comedic music duo Sam & Bill. With their flawless blend of seemingly benign folk music, comedic lyrics, and fearless attitude, they are quickly becoming a local favorite in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs. The duo, composed

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14 Feb 2017

The Best Ways to Poison Your Ex-Lover

What? If you’re reading this, you’ve totally thought of it. No need to be coy, Roy. **This is in no way meant to harm anyone, especially any of my crappy ex lovers. As sassy as my advice may be, I do not look good in orange. Ain’t no way I’m

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28 Jul 2016

Lynae DePriest’s Beautiful Balance of Comedy and Activism

I met Lynaé DePriest December of 2014 through Mass Mosiac (a website where some people asked for things and other people gave things). After reading The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer, I wanted to pass it’s wisdom on. I paid for it over the phone, Lynaé picked it up that

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14 Jul 2016

Jen Clark Wants You to Laugh With Your Lady Parts

Jen Clark is a lady comedian all about queer, feminist, surrealist, experimental art. Who wants people to be able to talk about vaginas, periods, diva cups, butt stuff, consent, queefs, and sex without being ashamed. Jen’s style is all about letting people enjoy and learn by seeing through the lens of

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10 Jun 2016

Right NOW! Carolyn Castiglia is Crushing It

Carolyn Castiglia is hilarious. But beyond that, she is warm, charming and fiercely passionate about her talk show Right NOW! The show will be gracing the stage of Union Hall (702 Union Street, Brooklyn – Park Slope).  You can catch her show next week, June 16th at 8pm. Grab your $10 tickets here. Here’s

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07 Jun 2016

Bobby Hankinson’s Kweendom Rules Over Brooklyn

Bobby Hankinson is the host of Kweendom, a monthly show featuring New York’s most hilarious LGBTQ comedians and storytellers. Their next show is this Friday, June 10th at Union Hall (702 Union St) in Park Slope. We caught up with him to talk about this awesome showcase. Before Bobby started performing, he was a writer,

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21 Apr 2016

How NYC’s BanterGirl Protects and Promotes Female Comedians

I met Trish Nelson last year at Women of Letters, one of the many shows she produces. Right away she impressed me with not only her ambition but her ability to remain humble in all she has accomplished. You can feel her enthusiasm and energy not just in her voice

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