Joe List’s “Are You Mad at Me?” has all the answers for anxiety
If comedy had a self help genre section, Joe List’s new album, Are You Mad at Me? would be on the shelf. The tracks read like chapter titles, “Meditation,” “Sobriety,” and, “Parental Tips.” List comically addresses a variety of his anxieties and follows each... [Read More]
‘Thank You Del’ Tells the Story of a Man and the Thriving Community He Inspired
In the documentary Thank You Del: The Story of the Del Close Marathon, the thesis of the film is mercifully clear. There existed a man named Del Close who taught longform improv to the people who write and star in our most beloved comedies, and the people who made this film feel it is important [&he... [Read More]
‘Great Minds with Dan Harmon’ Is a Harmon Fan’s Dream Come True
As a result of creating some very influential programs and being extremely candid with his fans, Dan Harmon is someone who has developed a cult-like following. With Community having recently ended its run and it still being months until Rick and Morty returns, you might have found yourself going thr... [Read More]
Boxed Wine
Comic Darlene Westgor comes across as a forty-something suburb dwelling single mom who has lived a little and is a little angry about the experience so far. It makes for some very funny and entertaining stand-up and makes her a comic you can easily relate to.Boxed Wine opens with a ...... [Read More]
Deon Cole delivers a “Cole Blooded Seminar”
In a world where social equality remains a constant struggle, Deon Cole manages to find new ways to pointedly articulate it in, Deon Cole: Cole Blooded Seminar. Cole’s set covers men, women, being black, and aging. His candor never refrains from being engaging and clever. Deon Cole: Cole Blood... [Read More]
Deon Cole delivers a “Cole Blooded Seminar”
In a world where social equality remains a constant struggle, Deon Cole manages to find new ways to pointedly articulate it in, Deon Cole: Cole Blooded Seminar. Cole’s set covers men, women, being black, and aging. His candor never refrains from being engaging and clever. Deon Cole: Cole Blood... [Read More]
Deon Cole delivers a “Cole Blooded Seminar”
In a world where social equality remains a constant struggle, Deon Cole manages to find new ways to pointedly articulate it in, Deon Cole: Cole Blooded Seminar. Cole’s set covers men, women, being black, and aging. His candor never refrains from being engaging and clever. Deon Cole: Cole Blood... [Read More]
Live at Webster Hall
Comedy Central Records is set to release the latest comedy CD or video from Big Jay Oakerson, "Live at Webster Hall," on June 21, 2016.Those familiar with my reviews will note that I often (perhaps, too often) refer to comics as "one of my favorites."  I suppose that when you ... [Read More]
Top 5 Simpsons Episodes
The Simpsons is one of the all-time most beloved shows, captivating millions for 25 years, and with 26 series’ and 565 episodes under its belt, it is better than ever. Everybody has their favourite classic Simpsons episodes, but which have we ... [Read More]
Big Jay Oakerson “Live at Webster Hall” delivers a rock ‘n roll experience
There’s a saying, “Every musician thinks he’s a comedian. Every comedian think he’s a rockstar.” If that’s the case, the new album and special, Big Jay Oakerson: Live at Webster Hall, is the manifesto. The first minute is an introduction encapsulated in a blast of... [Read More]