Enter the world of Blake Webber. 

Seemingly born on the Internet just over five years ago, the self-proclaimed “vape god” emerged out of a cloud of smoke on Instagram. Then known as Blake Vapes, his early posts included a “documentary” where he boasts about his vaping skills and lifestyle, frequently blowing plumes from his e-cigarette while espousing his equally lofty mantras in a voice somewhere between South Park’s Eric Cartman and your average frat bro.

Neverending Laughs: The Comedy Project is bringing a fresh comedy experience

Written by Kayla Sosa | Thursday, 21 February 2019 14:46 |

A brand new comedy venue is opening its doors this month to showcase some of the best talent in Grand Rapids, as well as provide education to up-and-coming comics and performers. 

Stand-up comic Janelle James credits one thing above all else for the start of her comedy career: classic Midwestern boredom.

Born in Pontiac and raised in Cadillac, actor/comedian Larry Joe Campbell knows a thing or three about Michigan winters. 

Few comedians have experienced the staggering highs and crushing lows that Tom Green has in his near 30-year career. A roller coaster ride filled with A-list celebrities, outrageous stunts and a brush with a fatal disease — his life has had it all. 

One Weird Workaholic: Actor/comedian Adam Devine turns tragedy into triumph

Written by Eric Mitts | Monday, 29 October 2018 16:05 |

Best known as the star and co-creator of the hit Comedy Central series Workaholics, actor/comedian Adam Devine has personally embodied the show’s title with his busy career since the slacker cult classic ended its run last year after seven seasons.

Jo Koy is far from the norm when it comes to the comedy world.

Unplanned: How a local comedy troupe is planting roots in Grand Rapids

Written by Kayla Sosa | Sunday, 29 July 2018 22:32 |

In 2015, Dog Story Theater’s Comedy Outlet Monday brought together a group of four funny guys who might not have crossed paths otherwise.

If comedian Nikki Glaser could host a roast for anyone, she’d pick Taylor Swift.

At only 18, comedian Dalton Clifford has already made a name for himself.

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