Comedian You Should Know

16 Aug 2018

A Feminazi Cunt + The Bee Gees = Trump’s Nightmare

If you love when 70’s and 80’s pop music is incorporated into a modern-day story, but Mamma Mia’s not gay enough for you, then you’re in luck. Amanda Duarte, a self-described ‘feminazi cunt’ has created Staying Alive, a performance piece using the music of the Bee Gees to tell the

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07 Aug 2018

Biking From NYC to SF For Victims of Domestic Violence

Americans aren’t exactly known for our athleticism. Look at the Wal Mart shoppers riding their scooters down the cookie aisle because they’re too fat to walk. We’re the people that invented deep fried Oreo’s for fuck’s sake. Impressive physical endurance isn’t high on our to-do list but apparently comedian Mara

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26 Jul 2018

Burrito Perfomance Art & Feeding the Hungry in SF

Since we love burritos, comedy, and awesome nonprofits, it was only natural that we interview Bay Area native Kristee Ono, who not only does she do comedic videos about eating SF burritos, she also volunteers with SF Burrito Project, an amazing organisation that meets once a month in the Mission to

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21 Jun 2018

Adrienne Truscott Returns To The Stage and This Time She’s Keeping Her Pants On

Adrienne Truscott spent the better part of three years standing on stage, not wearing pants and telling jokes about rape. Truscott set out to challenge and enlighten people about rape and rape culture and if she had to stand on stage and show you her pussy to get your attention,

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29 May 2018

Get To Know NYC Comedian Emma Willmann

NYC based comedian Emma Willmann has come far in just a few short years. From her beginnings at comedy clubs in New England to appearing on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, she’s on a rocket ship to stardom. In August she’ll be part of Netflix’s new series of 15-minute

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09 May 2018

All the Best Comedy Shows in NYC this Week

New York City is known for many things. To some, it’s the dirty-water hot dogs from a street cart or pizza on every corner. To some, it’s the flashing Broadway lights of the iconic Times Square. What can’t be denied by anyone is the fact that New York City is

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27 Mar 2018

Broke-Ass Stuarts Weekly NYC Comedy Breakdown!

Your go-to for weekly stand-up comedy listings in the Big Apple

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07 Mar 2018

Yesterday is Tomorrow: The Vaudeville Boy Band Show You Need to See

When sisters and San Francisco natives Genie and Marie Cartier started working on a duo theater show, “Yesterday is Tomorrow,” they were first inspired by an unlikely source: boy bands. Fueled by their teenage love of groups like the Backstreet Boys, the sisters created the first of what would become

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