Your guide to the 2016 New York Comedy Festival
Everybody loves a comedy festival. And in this year of 2016, it doesn't just feel as though every city has its own comedy festival, because not only do they, but oftentimes, several cities have recruited all-star comedy lineups to their region on the same weekend. And New York City can feel like a c... [Read More]
Your guide to the 2016 New York Comedy Festival
Everybody loves a comedy festival. And in this year of 2016, it doesn't just feel as though every city has its own comedy festival, because not only do they, but oftentimes, several cities have recruited all-star comedy lineups to their region on the same weekend. And New York City can feel like a c... [Read More]
Fuse to serve up “Fresh Baked Comedy” nights all summer
With the massive success Fuse has had with Fluffy Breaks Even so far this year, they’ve decided to expand their comedic endeavors. They are committing its Friday nights to comedy for the remainder of the summer. Here’s your breakdown for the upcoming Fresh Baked Comedy Nights. ·&n... [Read More]
Fuse gets into Friday night late-night comedy game for summer 2016
Fuse is setting aside the music as Fridays turn to Saturdays this summer, launching a weekly "Fresh Baked Comedy" block in late-night, starting July 8, 2016. Each Friday at 11 p.m. Eastern/Pacific (10 p.m. Central), Fuse will broadcast a stand-up comedy special, followed by shorter showcase bits&nbs... [Read More]
Tommy Chong on Dancing with the Stars
The Comic's Comic often feels reluctant to hype up the comedians who receive slots in ABC's Dancing with the Stars, because they don't always live up to that hype. But the Cha Cha and the Salsa were no match for Tommy Chong, still in the running after the first two weeks of competition on the Fall 2... [Read More]
Seinfeld Roasts Tommy Chong, and Other Weird Things That Happened on the Playboy Channel
by Ramsey Ess The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny p... [Read More]
Joan Rivers on her stand-up comedy contemporaries, then and now
Joan Rivers has made several headlines already this month while promoting her new book, "Diary of a Mad Diva." In her latest interview, a sit-down with Ron Bennington for SiriusXM's "Unmasked" series -- which airs tonight at 7 p.m. Eastern on Raw Dog Comedy Hits channel 99 -- Rivers talks about... [Read More]
Cheech and Chong headed back to the silver screen with the help of Jay Chandrasekhar
They’re comedy’s most iconic and classic stoners and they’re coming to a theater near you. Stoner pals, Tommy Chong and Cheech Marin have revealed to the website CelebStoner.com (yep, that’s real) that they are working on making a new movie. The duo revealed that they’r... [Read More]
Cheech & Chong Are Making a Movie with 'Super Troopers' Director Jay Chandrasekhar
by Megh Wright Here's an early 4/20 present for stoners everywhere: LA Times reports that Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong are working with Jay Chandrasekhar — member of the comedy troupe Broken Lizard, writer/director of Super Troopers and Beerfest, and director behind episodes of a handful of sh... [Read More]