Six comedians took the stage this past Tuesday at Aroma's Hookah Lounge in Wellington. Some were young -- one, actually, was on the stage for his time ever -- while others were 40, 50 years old like Perry Sak and Terry Wayne. South Florida comedy veterans. They were all, however, booked by one man: ... More >>
Buried Alive hits Netflix November 1
Scribbled into the DNA of every person born beneath the Mason-Dixon line is a simple credo: thou shall love Cracker Barrel. This creates a lot of regional confusion for those of us born in more civilized parts of the country (this writer included) because, really, cool rocking chairs aside, Cracker ... More >>
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies — and she's bringing Chris Rock.
Weird Al Yankovic -- the singer who famously implored picky young eaters to "just eat" their SPAM and tuna casserole -- talked about his vegetarian lifestyle during an appearance on Monday's edition of comedian Marc Maron's cult hit podcast "WTF With Marc Maron." The comedian mentioned spot ... More >>
That's the trailer for the new Chris Rock documentary, about the torment of African-American women endure for their hair. At about the two-minute mark, you'll see Rock wearing a sweatshirt that says "Palm Beach." No, he doesn't live in Palm Beach. Rather, Rock lives in perhaps the only neighborhoo ... More >>
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Except maybe the censors.
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Heaven Can Wait, but hell can't
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Spike Lee takes a fresh and gloriously unpolished look at black standup talent
It's Very Stimulating
Uncle Funny's Comedy Club
February 4 - 10, 1999