Marc Maron says WTF!

Written by Rich Tupica | Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:56 |

When a fan randomly approached Marc Maron on the street a few years ago and told him his comedic style is a crossbreed of Iggy Pop and Woody Allen, the New Jersey-born comic agreed.

In fact, Maron agreed with the branding so much he added the comparison into his official bio. But now, the veteran 48-year-old comic and "WTF" podcast host says things have changed.

Don't We Boys: Humor in the Darkest Places

Written by Jayson Bussa | Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:53 |

A man sitting on death row with guards conversing doesn't sound like an all too hilarious situation. Leave it to the Don't We Boys to find the humor in it.

Anjelah Johnson: Comedy and Quarterbacks

Written by Jayson Bussa | Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:42 |

A church might not be the most common — or even ideal — venue for a comedy show, but Anjelah Johnson is enthusiastic about her opportunity to perform at Fountain Street Church as a part of the second installment of the comedy festival.

"The funny thing is, I started comedy at a church," Johnson said. "I took a joke writing class at my church ...We had to perform at the church as a part of our graduation."

Local Laughs: Q&A with Stu McCallister

Written by Lindsay Patton | Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:27 |
Q&A

Questions for Stu McCallister, local comic and Dr. Grins emcee.

Jane's Addiction Escapes the Past

Written by John Sinkevics | Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:05 |

Sharing a Los Angeles rehearsal studio space in the late ‘80s during the formative years of Jane's Addiction gave singer Perry Farrell enduring memories of "people in weird costumes who I hung out with on a daily basis."

Inside the Work Ethic of Henry Rollins

Written by Lindsay Patton | Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:35 |

Henry Rollins doesn't take vacations. "I'm always kind of doing something — there's never really any downtime," he said. "And I'm not trying to impress you with my workload."

Eisley Succeeds With New Label

Written by Dwayne Hoover | Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:12 |

After signing with Warner Bros. Records in 2003, Eisley went on a four-year tear releasing two full-length albums and six EPs, touring with a number of other bands including Coldplay, Dave Matthews Band, Switchfoot and Bleach, as well as making its television debut on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."

Know Your Chef: Bartertown's Ryan Cappelletti

Written by Matt Simpson Siegel | Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:06 |

Why did Ryan Cappelletti become a chef? "Basically, I dropped out of high school and worked in a lot of kitchens. I was eating a lot of fast food. I couldn't sit around and just play Nintendo. I had to do something. I was in a lot of bands, travelling the world, trying a lot of food across the board, and then getting into vegetarian food and then vegan food."

The Dark, Absurd, Honest and Relatable Dan Cummins

Written by Tyler DeJong | Thursday, 23 February 2012 09:18 |

"Dark, absurd, honest, relatable." These are the words Dan Cummins chooses to describe himself with. Where these descriptors lack in meaning, words like 'angry,' 'cynical,' 'maniacal' and 'slightly cruel' fill in the empty spaces.

Kevin Nealon remembers meeting Andy Kaufman, time on 'SNL'

Written by Rich Tupica | Tuesday, 14 February 2012 10:27 |

When Kevin Nealon nervously approached Andy Kaufman on the sidewalk in front of The Improv in Hollywood back in the late ‘70s, it proved to be a surreal moment – one he vividly remembers.

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