Paula Poundstone is funny, smart, quick and has a profound friendliness about her.
A steady flow of excited audience members streamed through the doors of the beautiful Crest Theater Saturday night to see Poundstone perform, filling the theater to it’s maximum capacity. All walks of life and lifestyles seemed to be well-represented, making it clear that she has a very broad appeal.
The Sacramento Kings could take a lesson from comedian Bill Engvall on how to fill Arco Arena. Be funny. Not just funny, but really funny. In that regard, Engvall was an MVP on Saturday. Engvall, best known for his partnership with Ron White, Larry The Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy in the “Blue Collar Comedy” [...]
The Room Live
A Review by Svitlana Kurylo
The Room Live, a new and interactive streaming Internet studio
Jamie Kennedy – Heckler- (movie review) By Brian Yang The concept for Jamie Kennedy’s documentary “Heckler” is very interesting in theory. In execution the movie is very flawed.
Comedy Shows Thrive During Economic Troubles It is said that laughter heals. With this in mind, its no wonder why comedy club business thrives during economic downturns. Award-winning comedian Don Barnhart has been around long enough to see this pattern twice already and says, When the economy goes into the toilet, people go into the comedy clubs
Conan O’Brien Arrives in Sacramento May 6th
After recently parting ways with NBC, putting what is considered a momentary stall in his career, Conan O’Brien has announced a 30 city tour that includes the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium on May 6th.
Despite his alleged sobriety and encouraging weight loss, notoriously troubled comedian and occasional best-selling author Artie Lange appears to remain troubled. TMZ reported that Lange, best known as Howard Stern’s longtime co-host, was hospitalized for undisclosed reasons less than a month before his first Comedy Central special, “Jack and Coke”, is scheduled to premiere.
An AmericasComedy.Com Interview AmericasComedy.Com spoke with Paula by phone recently at her home in Santa Monica. Traveling almost every week of the year, the amazing part is that she was at home.
An AmericasComedy.Com Interview Getting to the essence of veteran comedian Doug Stanhope is both easy and difficult at the same time. He’s so simple, yet so complex. Because of that, he is also completely controversial. Actually, to say that Stanhope is “controversial ” is a vast understatement.
One of the funniest videos we have seen in a long time at SacramentoComedy.Com.
Watch as DJ Steve Porter does a musical remix of comedian Katt Williams bit on “Weed” set to music. When you are done, we would love to have you add your comments at bottom of the page.
This is an open message to my now ex, Chelsea Handler.
Chelsea, you have ignored me, flaunted Chuy in my face and then stripped naked for the world against my wishes. Girl, I have to tell you… I have found another!
Because I have watched hundreds of comics over the years, I am often asked who my favorite comedians are and why I like them. That is a very hard question to answer. There is an old saying that goes, “I don’t know anything about art, but I know what I like.” The same holds true for stand up comedy.
I think I am pretty funny. I would like to try my hand at stand up comedy. Where can I go as a beginner?
-Richard “I know I am funnier than you” Joaks
Headlining April 21 For One Night Only!
Best known for hosting High Times comedy events, Ngaio Bealum is an unusually intelligent stand-up whose gut-busting comedy nevertheless reflects a pot lover’s perspective of the world. Also a talented rapper/musician, Ngaio Bealum has appeared on “The Sarah Silverman Program” and in the feature film “Nine Months.”
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Paul was raised as a sports fanatic in the tiny town of Owego, in upstate New York. Aside from playing in the NBA, his dream job was to talk about sports for a living. Paul moved to California as a television sports anchor job but found out quickly that he was “too much of a smart-ass” for TV news.
Morrissey has appeared on “The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson” three times and is the most by a comedian on “The Late, Late Show” during the past year.