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A friend of mine recently asked me to join her at the Irvine Barclay theater to see David Sedaris, an author she adores who was appearing at a sold-out event. I went along because I love my friend and Sedaris has written several essays and stories
Lena Dunham didn't have the shield of nudity to protect her at Tuesday night's Alone Together At Last: Lena Dunham and David Sedaris joint reading, but she started roughly adjacent to her comfort zone with the claim that her mother, Laurie Simmons,
Los Angeles Times Rankings for hard-cover books sold in Southern California, as reported by selected book stores: 1."Still Foolin' Em," by Billy Crystal (Holt: $28) The comedian looks back at his life, career and the absurd challenges of turning 65.
Loosely adapted around a memoir by David Sedaris, the latest film from director Kyle Patrick Alvarez, "C.O.G," tells the story of a recent Yale University graduate, who heads out to Oregon to experience a different side of life. NY1's George Whipple
The first film based on the work of the popular humorist premieres online, while "Drinking Buddies" continues to find its audience. Welcome to Indie Stream, your new weekly guide to the best new films hitting a WiFi signal near you. David Sedaris has
Thanks To C.O.G. , I'm Ready For Jonathan Groff To Be The Next Big Thing Jonathan Groff has already been nominated for a Tony Award, had a guest stint on Glee and dated Zachary Quinto , but he didn't hold a permanent spot on my radar until I saw his
La vida local When filmmaker Kyle Patrick Alvarez was 15 he read a short story that changed his life: David Sedaris' autobiographical C.O.G. (Child of God). Published in the humorist's 1998 collection, Naked, the tale follows Sedaris' time working at
It's clearly a passion project for Alvarez, and the picture is faithful to the events of the autobiographical story "C.O.G.," about Sedaris working in rural Oregon to see how "real" people live (and to cheese off his father in the process). But the
45 pm The movie is an autobiographical comedy and first-ever screen adaptation of the work of acclaimed writer David Sedaris . Jonathan stars as David, a young man who plans a summer in the Northwest with his friend Jennifer ( Bellisario ), working
A David Sedaris story is getting the movie treatment for the first time, and the new trailer for "C.O.G." provides insight into the popular author's life. The autobiographical short story of the same name, published in the 1998 collection "Naked,"