Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Your Week of Weeks


Sun Sept 26
Comedy Dungeon, 8:30PM at Jazz on the Park
37 W. 106th St
FREE

Mon Sept 27
JFK Sat Here, 7:30PM at Parkside Lounge
317 E. Houston St, 10017
1 drink

Tues Sept 28
Positively Awesome, 8:00PM at Cellar 58 (rated top pick by Best New York Comedy)
58 2nd Ave, 10003
FREE

Yorkville Stoops to Nuts Podcast, 9:00PM at Giovanna's Restaurant
1567 Lexington Ave
(Listening is FREE)

Wed Sept 29
BrewHouse Comedy, 8:30PM at Astoria Brewhouse
2850 31st Street, Astoria, NY 11102
FREE

Thurs Sept 30
Yo' Pro Variety Show, 7:30PM at The Little Church
1 E. 29th St (btwn 5th and Madison), 10016
$10 donation

Fri Oct 1
Gotham Comedy Showcase, 6:00PM at Gotham Comedy Club
208 W. 23rd St, 10011
1 drink

Rich Jackson's Show, 8:00PM at Shetler Studios (Shetler One)
244 W. 54th St #12, 10019

Sat Oct 2
Kaboom!, 10:00PM at O'Hanlon's
349 E. 14th St (btwn 1st and 2nd ave)
$5 cover

Sun Oct 3
Will probably come home to find my place robbed, squatted in, refurnished, abandoned and robbed again.


I'm SO TIRED.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Hotitude and Hunkitude

Hotitude: is the angular distance in degrees north or south from general hotness
Hunkitude: is the angular distance in degrees east or west of the Prime Hunk Meridian.

Remember when Keifer Sutherland played "Ace", the handsome--but let's be honest, frightening--bully from Stand By Me?



To quote Dan Marino in Pet Detective: you're a weird guy Ace.

Are You Stretching Properly?


(Images via Meta Penca/BNPS)

Friday, September 10, 2010

Things That Jiggle for $300 Alex


What is YOUR BELLY? From laughing during tonight's show.

Look, I don't know who's reading this blog...maybe the President, maybe the Queen of England, maybe the Pope. My stat-counter says an average of three people a day, so those are my best guesses.

But whoever sees this must know they have stumbled onto a very important piece of information. Tonight at 8:00PM I am returning my comedy show back to the good people of Brooklyn.

The Living Room Show. Maybe you've heard of it. You're thinking of Living Room the rock venue on the Lower East Side. I'm talking about the small coffee shop comedy show that has brought you NYC's best stand-up and sketch artists (including improv and musical comedy and ventriloquists) since June 9, 2006 for FREE. We have been there every 2nd and 4th Friday, (except during summer breaks when we work as carnies) and have never had to cancel a show yet.

Postmark Cafe (326 6th Street, 11215)
Keith Alberstadt
Luke Thayer
Sam Morril
Calise Hawkins
characters by Abbi Crutchfield
sketch by Matt McCarthy and Katina Corrao

There's always a familiar face, always a new face, and always a man without a face.


See you tonight!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

So You Think You Can Pants


Here is something for you to read the next time you shop at the mall and then treat yourself to ice cream.

From an article in Esquire, Abram Sauer's Are Your Pants Lying To You? An Investigation:

This isn't the subjective business of mediums, larges and extra-larges — nor is it the murky business of women's sizes, what with its black-hole size zero. This is science, damnit. Numbers! Should inches be different than miles per hour? Do highway signs make us feel better by informing us that Chicago is but 45 miles away when it's really 72? Multiplication tables don't yield to make us feel better about badness at math; why should pants make us feel better about badness at health? Are we all so many emperors with no clothes?

Nice to know men and women share the struggle. Thanks to Chris over at Cynical-C for finding this.

Friday, September 3, 2010

If I Had Made Inspector Gadget, The Movie

I would have cast Ted Levine as Chief Quimby.