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Apparently the hormones that doctors give you when you donate eggs make you so horny that you want to be gang raped, rotating from man to man while lying on a giant lazy susan.
Or so I l ... More >>
Thank god for nostalgic Hollywood fanboys in the Upper Midwest! As the Associated Press revealed last Wednesday, if it weren't for Minnesota artist and memorabilia hoarder Bill Mack, the original "Hollywoodland" sign, erected in 1923 and replaced in 1978, might have ended up a pile of scrap metal in ... More >>
Live comedy is once again enjoying a boom period, even if some of the bigger clubs and bloated chains around the country are going bust. Thanks to the internet's generous enabling of DIY promotion, production, talent booking and ticketing, who needs a humorless industry gatekeeper when one can simpl ... More >>
The grim tale of the severed human head that turned up near the Hollywood sign was already a full-length, stranger-than-fiction L.A. horror flick. Dog finds head; severed feet and hands show up nearby; skeezy paparazzi try to sell alleged pics of head for $5,000.
But last night on Conan, of-the-mom ... More >>
COMPLETE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSStage FEATURE : A Case for Small TheaterThe Groundings' Crazy Uncle Joe Show has a one-night only tenth anniversary performance (Wed., June 22, 8 p.m.) featuring (pending cast availability) Kristen Wiig, Kevin Nealon, Maya Rudolph, Michael Sheen, Will ... More >>
Try not to laugh so hard you squirt soda out of your nose. Actually, it promises to be a very adult evening at tonight's fundraiser for The Groundlings, the iconic LA improv troupe that launched tons of comedic talent: Will Ferrell, Maya Rudolph, Phil Hartman, fried pie-loving Kathy Griffin, ... More >>