Russell Simmons Presents Interview: Dante Nero
If I was a person who judged a book by its cover (which is a terrible thing to do, that's how I read Naked Lunch — it is not what you think it's about), then I would say that Dante Ner... [Read More]
The Voices of Futurama: Billy West on Fry
I know it's hard for you to understand, but cartoons aren't real. Human beings, just like you, me or Mark Hamill, go into a sound booth and create voices for all your favorite Flintstones ki... [Read More]
Kevin Camia Interview | Rooftop Comedy
Kevin Camia is a staple of the San Francisco comedy scene. A storyteller by trade, Kevin doesn’t resort to the cheap laugh to draw an audience in, he uses tales of his life and experiences. Its wo... [Read More]
Aasif Mandvi: Action Star
The new M. Night Shyamalan movie The Last Airbender comes out this week, and one of the film's stars is none other than Daily Show correspondent Aasif Mandvi. In this web-exclusive video, Aasif t... [Read More]
Louis C.K. Interview | The A.V. Club
The A.V. Club recently spoke with C.K. about the craft of comedy, getting a pilot deal without a script, making a show with a network that’s at his mercy, and why he has no plans to stop using the word “cunt.” [Read More]
Louis C.K.: 'If You're Going to Use Nitroglycerin, Read the Label'
There is so much variety on television nowadays, so many shows created for so many demographics. Usually calling a show "original" means it is quirky or weird. It's rare to see a show w... [Read More]
Margaret Cho Interview
Margaret Cho became famous in 1994. That year, she was thrust into the spotlight by ABC, who had developed a show around her. The sitcom, All American Girl, was touted as one that would shatter the te... [Read More]
Janeane Garofalo - Comedy is her religion | Punchline Magazine
Her film and television roles have surely helped Janeane Garofalo make an impression on the mainstream; but through the years, her stand-up is what has endeared her to hordes of dedicated comedy fans. So, why did she make them (and us) wait 13 years for a proper comedy special? More importantly, will June 26 get here soon enough? [Read More]
Inside With Melissa Bowler, Producer of the Providence Improv Festival | The Apiary
Marking its seventh anniversary this week, the Providence Improv Festival will once again bring big improv fest atmosphere to the smallest state in the nation. [Read More]
JB Smoove shares his philosophy on life, with talk about asses and God's Pottery Wheel
When is JB Smoove himself and when is he Leon Black? I guess that depends upon whether you can tell when "The Ruckus" is upon us. [Read More]