After two hour-long Comedy Central specials (“Red-Nexican” and “Hick-Spanic”); appearing in “Latin Kings of Comedy” beside heavyweights like Cheech Marin,
Mark Parris is one of those artists they don’t make anymore.
Louisville Comedy Underground celebrates a milestone
Originally launched as Unprotected Sets in 2006, the Louisville Comedy Underground is celebrating its fifth anniversary this weekend with two shows.
All Female Comedy Contest
When I say this show has no balls, no one involved will take any offense in the least.
Danny Browning returns to the Comedy Caravan stage
Southern Indiana native Danny Browning started his career doing open-mic shows at Comedy Caravan when he was 21, and now he’s returning to the club as a headliner.
Have you ever wondered: “Who is black America’s favorite white comic?” Well, if you ask Ebony magazine (a source that should know), they would tell you it’s Gary Owen.
‘Celebrity Autobiography’ pokes fun at fame and fortune
Long before the Biography channel or VH1’s “Behind the Music,” there were celebrity autobiographies — where the high and mighty would recount their life stories for all the
This week, I knew Royal Wedding fever had finally caught on in the Bluegrass State when the frenzied excitement (shared by a few when they would hear my English accent) reached a new cheesy level.
Sarah Colonna, Brad Wollack & Josh Wolf come to the Improv
Sarah Colonna, Brad Wollack and Josh Wolf are some of the hottest writers and stand-up comedians in Hollywood.
A local bar has emerged as the watering hole for Louisville’s most talented artists of all mediums — sort of our own twisted take on Oxford’s Eagle and Child, where people l