Legendary comedian is keynote speaker for U of L Pride Week
Kate Clinton is a workhorse. After nearly 30 years on the comedy circuit, you think she’d take a break — at least long enough to drum up some new material.
Kathy Griffin talks Oprah, Paris and hot browns
I wanted to ask Kathy Griffin if giving an interview to this silly little alt-weekly rag in Louisville affirmed her D-List status, but I couldn’t get a word in.
Monique Marvez is a melting pot of Latin cultures — her mother is half-Cuban and half-Puerto Rican, her father Venezuelan — which makes Monique all sass.
Mitch Fatel has one of the freshest, most unique voices in comedy. From the stage, he projects a soft-spoken naiveté so his off-color jokes don’t seem quite as off-color.
‘I’m an American!’
Carlos Mencia has a well-honed reputation for being one of the most controversial comedians of the past decade.
Josh Wolf started his career in Hollywood as a writer on several television shows, including the CBS sitcom “Yes, Dear.” While taking a break from writing, he found himself a part of Ch
When Pauly Shore burst into our collective consciousness two decades ago, the world wasn’t quite ready for what they got … and I’m still not sure if they’re ready.
Sarah Hyland is a Louisville native who is returning to town this weekend to perform at the Comedy Caravan with comedian John Fox.
Louisville’s two successful comedy clubs tout a steady stream of celebrity comics and a thriving amateur stand-up scene
Right here on the banks of the Ohio, nestled at the crossroads of the South and the Midwest, is a Mecca of stand-up comedy.
And for our next trick …
Quick — say something funny!
Not too easy, is it?