December 29, 2014

Nine Great Artists Share Their Memories of Nine Incredible Comedic Talents

2014 was a year where comedy news dominated the headlines regularly, and that was in no small part because we lost so many comedy legends this year. The empty spaces at the comedy dias this year are large and unfillable. Literal legends, people who created modern comedy who we were lucky enough to have in our midst just a year ago like Joan Rivers, Sid Ceaser, David Brenner, Mike Nichols and Robin Williams, are no longer here. We also lost younger brilliant comics who should have had decades ahead of them, like John Pinette, Otto Petersen, and Tim Wilson. All eight of these tremendous talents have left behind great work for this generation and future generations to enjoy for years to come.
May 8, 2014

Here’s What Went Down at the American Comedy Awards

We know, most of you were watching the draft.  And some of you weren’t going to watch another awards show anyway, but these guys deserve some […]
April 6, 2014

John Pinette (1964 -2014)

Stand-up comedian John Pinette died Saturday afternoon at about 2:30 p.m in a Pittsburgh Hotel.