Staying Present with Will Miles
Will Miles moved to New York City three years ago from Chicago alongside two of his closest friends Kenny DeForest and Clark Jones. Thanks to their talents as comedians, a strong work ethic, and the handy ability to be genuinely engaging, the three have risen quickly in the New York scene. Only a fe... [Read More]
The Blunt Talk of Noah Gardenswartz
“It’s weird having a handler,” were Noah Gardenswartz’s first words as he was escorted into an empty hotel banquet room where Comedy Central’s production team had set me up for a day of interviews. Gardenswartz had just finished a photo shoot and was about 36 hours away... [Read More]
It’s been the year of debuts for Rhea Butcher
This has been quite the year for comedian, actor, and writer Rhea Butcher. Lucky for us, we get to join her for the ride. From her marriage to her new show, new album to late night appearances, we were able to catch up and discuss what this year has been like for her. We also […] It’s b... [Read More]
It’s been the year of debuts for Rhea Butcher
This has been quite the year for comedian, actor, and writer Rhea Butcher. Lucky for us, we get to join her for the ride. From her marriage to her new show, new album to late night appearances, we were able to catch up and discuss what this year has been like for her. We also […] It’s b... [Read More]
It’s been the year of debuts for Rhea Butcher
This has been quite the year for comedian, actor, and writer Rhea Butcher. Lucky for us, we get to join her for the ride. From her marriage to her new show, new album to late night appearances, we were able to catch up and discuss what this year has been like for her. We also […] It’s b... [Read More]
How Ramon Rivas II Reps Cleveland
This is a big weekend for Cleveland comedian Ramon Rivas II. Not only is his collective Accidental Comedy putting on their fifth annual comedy festival with headliners like Beth Stelling and Kurt Braunholer, but he’s also making his television debut with one of the first Comedy Central Half Ho... [Read More]
What Happens When Your 9/11 ‘Seinfeld’ Spec Script Blows Up the Internet
If you’ve spent any time on the internet over the past month, chances are you’ve seen headlines about a spec script called “The Twin Towers” that imagines what an episode of Seinfeld might look like in the days after 9/11. If you haven’t read the script yet, do yourself... [Read More]
What Happens When Your 9/11 ‘Seinfeld’ Spec Script Blows Up the Internet
If you’ve spent any time on the internet over the past month, chances are you’ve seen headlines about a spec script called “The Twin Towers” that imagines what an episode of Seinfeld might look like in the days after 9/11. If you haven’t read the script yet, do yourself... [Read More]
What Happens When Your 9/11 ‘Seinfeld’ Spec Script Blows Up the Internet
If you’ve spent any time on the internet over the past month, chances are you’ve seen headlines about a spec script called “The Twin Towers” that imagines what an episode of Seinfeld might look like in the days after 9/11. If you haven’t read the script yet, do yourself... [Read More]
22 Years Into the Comedy Game with Pat Brown
Pat Brown is no stranger to the game. “I’ve been doing comedy about 22 years, so I’ve seen a lot.” But despite a career that includes multiple appearances on BET’s Comic View, a spread in Vibe magazine, and titles like Best Female Comic (Las Vegas Comedy Festival) and W... [Read More]