For a moment, it looks like the standup comedian is about to cry. From behind thick black glasses, he peers out -- pupils contracted by the glare -- at the roomful of strangers and says nothing. Then he turns away from the crowd and pulls a crumpled piece of paper from his pocket. The audience shift ... More >>
By Amy Nicholson When he was 13, Marilyn Manson--then just Christian schoolkid Brian Warner of Canton, Ohio--would hide out in the basement while his grandfather masturbated to bestiality porn. Then he'd go upstairs and cheer himself up by reading Mad magazine. The self-dubbed God of Fuck and one ... More >>
The 1-2 Miami Dolphins are in Arizona this weekend to face the 3-0 first-place Cardinals. During midweek interviews with the media, Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby, who was a member of the Cardinals 2008 Super Bowl team, told Arizona reporters that this current Dolphins team has more talent than ... More >>
flickr.comDane Cook is, um, expressive.No comedian is as popular or as despised as Dane Cook. For the past year, he's avoided making movies or doing TV appearances, choosing instead to tour the country, playing to sold out stadiums everywhere he goes. He finishes this "ISolated INcident" tour at ... More >>
Overstuffed plot, empty action ruin Spidey's run
Jim Scott always has had a blessed political life. And it turns out that one of the worst moments of his career -- losing Tuesday to political newcomer Ken Keechl in his reelection bid for the Broward County Commission -- may turn out to be a blessing too. Florida governor-elect Charlie Crist has ... More >>
The Art of Moving Butts brings cool-cat underground to downtown Lauderdale.
Harrison Ford runs smack into a Firewall, poor guy
Of the ego
The Richard Pryor of her generation hits SoFla
Bill Cosby packs up his sweaters and heads to South Florida
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
This hilarious tribute to seminal comedienne Jackie "Moms" Mabley leaves audiences wanting more
Spike Lee takes a fresh and gloriously unpolished look at black standup talent
At age 64, pool hustler Danny DiLiberto is one of a dying breed. He's not ready, however, to hang up his stick.