Tag Archive for: comedy
Putting oneself out there comes with a high cost.
The death of Twitter would be the death of all internet comedy.
These stand-ups are guranteed to provide you with numerous laughs.
Quinta Brunson brought back the easy to watch sitcom.
An inside look at USC’s second-best parody newspaper.
The cost of creativity is too much as proved by this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Late night TV is, and will continue to be, a man’s game.
The improv group put on an entertaining hour-long show at Tommy’s Place on Tuesday.
Comedian Pete Holmes has been pushing boundaries with his work ever since the start of his career in 2001. Through his highly-acclaimed 2011 comedy album, Impregnated with Wonder, his Youtube parodies and his conversations with other comedic giants on his podcasts, Holmes has delighted his audiences with his sharp humor. On Aug. 23, Holmes performed at the Welcome […]
It’s hardest to describe a cultural phenomenon from the very middle of its trajectory. Not enough time has passed for hindsight to accurately characterize its origins, and its future remains distressingly uncertain, particularly for its primary stakeholders. The rapper Lil Dicky finds himself in just such a position at the moment; profoundly validated by his […]