The dark star also tells us what Shia LaBeouf named his penis
Longtime comedian speaks to City Pages before his Mystic gig
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at the Brave New Workshop
The distinct odor of comedy: McWop and Kraut at the BNWTonight and tomorrow sees the return to the Brave New Workshop stage of the sketch comedy team of McWop and Kraut in The Smell of Laughter II--These Colors Don't Run. The company had a highly successful run last summer, and return in 2010 to ... More >>
Watch a pretty sweet documentary about this laid-back comedian, then go see his show tonight.
The Twin Cities one-liner comic debuts heads to the motorcycle mega-rally to debut a new CD.
America's most divisive comic calls Gimme Noise to chat.
That ill-gotten fortune Cook's spent the last half decade amassing? It's been methodically drained by his deadbeat half brother. How sweet it is.
Can Ralphie May bring big laughs to Burnsville?
Rock 'n' roll and rockin' comedy at the St. Paul Eagles Club.
Influential comedian Lenny Bruce is the subject of a panel discussion featuring Stand Up! Records' Dan Schlissel.
Minnesota comic Chad Daniels drops his new CD at Acme this week.
Awkward, irony-drenched comedy/ faux-Christian music duo God's Pottery are storming the nation's comedy clubs with the word of god, and tongues in cheek.
A congressman returns DeLay PAC money, the Danish Air Force compensates a part-time Santa over a dead reindeer, Brian Wilson on your phone, the Minnesota blog of the day, and more...
There is a curious statistic embedded in the text of a story in today's New York Times about the rising popularity of redneck comedians in "blue" states. Minneapolis-St. Paul, it turns out, leads the nation in sales of the new CD by Larry the Cable Guy. I haven't caught Larry's act. But after ... More >>
The Ministry of Cultural Warfare issues a manifesto for revolutionary sketch comedy: If all art is political, stay away from lousy politics
The levity of sketch comedians Joseph and Joshua Scrimshaw is finding a mass appeal
The best and worst of 150 nights spent in a dark room. Plus: Dramatic hypotheses, and thespians speak out.