Big Time Comedy Show | A Giraldo Family Benefit @ The Wiltern

Tonight! Bill Burr, Daniel Tosh, Dave Attell, Jeff Ross, Tom Papa + Whitney Cummings hit the stage at The Wiltern in LA for : A Big Time Comedy Show – A Giraldo Family Benefit. What a great line up! If you are in Los Angeles, you should definitely check this out. Rest in Peace Greg Giraldo, you are missed!

random nasty monday tidbit. you’re welcome 🙂 


But deep-fried Kool-Aid has something these other delicacies lack. The little balls of batter made from a less-than-delicate combination of water, flour and Kool-Aid powder immersed in scorching grease both disgusts and delights me. It makes me want to vomit while reminding me of summertime and childhood.

It’s the perfect mix of nostalgia and grease. Deep-fried Kool-Aid will help you cling to your past while simultaneously rushing you towards an early death. (via

Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast

Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast


WTF, Marc Maron?

By Thorin Klowsowski Thursday, Jun 16 2011

When comedian Marc Maron launched his podcast, “WTF With Marc Maron,” two years ago, it helped bring his dark comedy to a whole new group of fans. His early career in standup, print, television and radio certainly helped build momentum, but the podcast took him over the edge and introduced him to a wider audience.

But Maron has always been a standup comedian first and foremost, and he’s bringing his comic talent to town for the next four days. As a comedian, he’s more the narrative type, eschewing quick commentary for often long-winded stories sprinkled with jokes about his life, his own neuroses and his own failures. People who are unfamiliar with his standup but know the podcast will still know what to expect. “A lot of what I talk about in the podcast evolves into standup material,” says Maron. “In a sense, it’s helping me generate material and write.”

Maron will be in town tonight through Sunday, with seven shows at the downtown Comedy Works, 1226 15th Street; admission ranges from $16 to $24, depending on the show. For details, or call 303-595-3637 (June 16-19, 2011)
(via Denver Westword)

In your ear and on the rise: Stand-up Maron

Who says there are no second acts in American lives?

Well, F. Scott Fitzgerald did. But with apologies to one of America’s finest novelists, Marc Maron is proving him wrong. Again.

The 47-year-old, who headlines Comedy Works Thursday through June 19, is arguably entering the third act of his life — the one that finds him touring nationally, signing a book deal and grabbing some long-awaited mainstream recognition. (read whole article here) 

get your tickets to see him live at comedy works downtown here!