Our list of the best ways to laugh in L.A. this week, including two great storytelling series and two funny Gregs. 5. The Happy Hour Story Experiment It's free; it's early; and it's the wonderful Melinda Hill and writer Eve Sturges' "experimental hour of storytelling with their fancy, famous frien ... More >>
The leaves are turning, the pumpkin lattes are over-caffeinating and the comedy calendar is packing in shows and releases like snot-nosed children onto the back of a hayride wagon. Here are a few of the upcoming highlights.
Doug SadlerHost Howard Kremer, guest Zach Galifianakis and co-host Kulap Vilaysack fart up, err chart up the room on the podcast Who Charted? As the Buggles once forecasted in their 1980s pop single: "Video Killed the Radio Star." Today, it's more accurate to say that the podcast resurrecte ... More >>
Doug Stanhope, Elayne Boosler, Merrill Markoe and other standups on the pitfalls of comedy
Comedy in a cemetery. A novel concept, inspired, even; what's going to stand any chance of waking the dead more than a really good joke? Kind of gives "rolling in his grave" a whole new meaning. One problem - where do you put the spot? Not a problem at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, w ... More >>
Comedy Meltdown 2: Electric Boogaloo Meltdown Comics, January 25th Who needs too-tightly packed tables and a two drink minimum, especially if there’s an option to pick up a Buffy The Vampire Slayer omnibus and a maquette of Sub-Mariner before the show? Arguably LA’s best recurring comedy show ... More >>
What to do in Los Angeles this week.