May 21, 2018

A Feminist Checks Out Johnny Knoxville and Samantha Bee Conversations Back to Back at Vulture Fest

Johnny Knoxville In Conversation with David Edelstein Johnny Knoxville- the best representative of the best sides of lowbrow comedy- came to Vulture Fest in New York […]
May 21, 2018

Retta Talks New Book; Answers the Aziz Question at Vulture Fest Event

Vulture Festival is no joke. Walking into the place– it’s held out in the Meatpacking district– you are immediately swarmed with staff members tasked with helping […]
March 26, 2018

The Future is Female! Persisticon Event Brought Comedy, Art, Music and Electing Women Together at Brooklyn Bell House

There’s not a whole lot to feel good about as a progressive these days. But on a Sunday night in liberal utopia Brooklyn, Persisticon- an event […]
November 10, 2017

Sara Schaefer Captures What So Many are Feeling in NYCF Solo Show

I’m tired. Everyone is so tired. And so is Sara Schaefer. True, she said so after the three uninterrupted minutes of dancing she did to open […]
October 12, 2017

On Set of At Home With Amy Sedaris: This Ain’t No Snooze-a-Rooze

At home with Amy Sedaris premieres on truTV October 24 at 10:30pm. Finally admitted onto the set of Amy Sedaris’ new tv show, At Home with […]
May 30, 2017

Review: Sarah Silverman Hits a New Stride With ‘A Speck Of Dust’ on Netflix

Sarah Silverman’s A Speck of Dust, streaming now on Netflix. Review: Sarah Silverman Hits a New Stride With ‘A Speck Of Dust’ on Netflix Let’s cut […]
May 1, 2017

Maria Bamford’s Old Baby: A Very Special Special

I want you, I need you, Old Baby, Old Baby Most people try and play it pretty straight when meeting new people. I, on the other […]
April 25, 2017

Lewis Black Delivered Your Rants with Celebrity Guests at Taping Saturday Night for Audible Channels

Saturday night at the Five Angels Theater in New York City, invited guests were treated to a taping and party for Lewis Black’s newest project, an […]
March 16, 2017

Animals. Returns Promising More Bat-Shit Awesome Craziness

Almost no one has heard of the animated series Animals. on HBO. The show returns for a second season on Friday, with about as little fanfare […]
March 6, 2017

Amy Schumer’s New Netflix Special Walks Tightrope Between Fame and Relatability

I’ll get it right out there: Amy Schumer’s latest for Netflix, The Leather Special, is a solid addition to her catalog, and while it may not […]
February 27, 2017

Doug Benson in The High Court: The Highs and Lows

Doug Benson is the luckiest man alive. Not only have all of his jobs allowed him to be high all day, his latest gig pretty much […]
January 24, 2017

Call Jena Friedman a Cunt, Just Don’t Call Her Crazy

Jena Friedman’s album, American Cunt, is available now, everywhere albums are sold. The stupidest I have ever felt in my life is that time that I […]
November 12, 2016

Not Safe with Nikki Glaser Canceled: 10 Reasons You All Should Have Been Watching

Back in 2006, everyone told me to watch Arrested Development. I didn’t, it got canceled, and I lived with the guilt for 7 long years until […]