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The "purveyor of fine words and phrases" believes that every moment is a story worth telling
If laughter is anarchy no comedian was more radical than Richard Pryor, a kid who grew up in a Peoria whorehouse to become the funniest—and most trenchant—observer of race in America.
The comedian best known for his Soviet shtick returns to L.A. with a surprisingly smart show about romance and relationships. And he's still funny!
In case you weren't at Largo that fateful night last August, you have one more chance to hear Tig Notaro's epic set.
Louis C.K. is on a roll. In just over a year he has won two Emmys, a Grammy, and was named the funniest person of 2013 by Rolling Stone. In the midst of these successes he has also been conducting an experiment in independent distribution.
Maybe you spotted the billboard advertising Dr. Armond's canine plastic surgery. No, Los Angeles' obsession with physical perfection hasn't reached a new low; it was just a clever bit of viral marketing for The Kroll Show.
British comedian Eddie Izzard tweeted a surprise announcement yesterday: He'll be doing a series of work-in-progress shows -- starting tonight.