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That's often true of the AV Club, where writers such as Scott Tobias, Donna Bowman, Sam Adams and Mike D'Angelo are reclaiming pop criticism from glib, gutless snark pretty much on a weekly basis (and managing to be funny anyway). But the "Episode"
Paul Myrehaug, who's a TV comedian, has done acts for troops in Afghanistan and Iraq Paul Myrehaug was funny since the time he can remember, except in the morning, I'm at my worst in the mornings. However, he carries the comedy off with a natural
While each performer's style of music varied from the others, their sets complemented each other and flowed together well. My Cardboard Spaceship Adventure's set featured great harmonies, tight guitar riffs and the kind of friendly on-stage wit that
Matt Okine has a tale marked by tragedy, and he weaves it into this layered, narrative-driven show to achieve an illuminating poignancy. That's a harder, rarer and more ambitious thing to do than staple punchline humour, or mere whimsical anecdote.
Caitlin Gill jokes that no one knows who she is, but she is certainly a go-to performer in the Bay Area, standing in front of beer- and cocktail-sipping locals about six nights per week. The Napa native calls comedy club, The Punchline, her "heart
I thought that was something you explicitly told us NOT to talk about...After Remy got her eight-year bid, yours pales in comparison...Now HE'S the SnowmanHE can talk about all that because he's been through all that...Especially given what your
Which is why we now offer you a look back on the week that was on MamaPop by way of our most popular posts of the past seven days...And there are so many books and celebrities and writers and childhood science doctors who want to tell us the best way
ET EW's Bite of the Night: Submit your favorite quote from tonight's best TV! by Marc Snetiker As you tune into your favorite TV shows tonight, we think it's only fair that YOU decide the night's best quote/punchline/proclamation/sound bite.
The Composure is free once again to do its own thing The Composure stays the course Now that Bruce Springsteen is back with The E Street Band, The Composure is free once again to do its own thing. To review, back in November, the Pittsburgh pop-punk
Destroyed," says Reginald D Hunter , by way of an introduction. It's part of his considerable charisma, this offer of something illicit and hot-to-handle. Add it to his seductive voice, his poise and authority, and his exoticism to (mainly) white