June is jam-packed with a lineup of comedy events so eclectic, you're sure to find something to tickle your funny bone. There are podcasters and Pride festers, twins and Too Much Fun, He-Man and transgenders...so many giggle-worthy performances that your calendar will be bursting with snickers. Keep ... More >>
Update: Congrats to JamesB7! Check your email with details on how to claim your prize. Original post: Have you seen the lineup for Comedy Works this summer? The schedule includes Drew Carey, Jim Belushi, Dave Attell, our own Josh Blue and more big names than we're going to list inside this one sent ... More >>
If you're funny, you gotta podcast. Neither the first or the last to realize that, veteran funny man Greg Proops, whom Drew Carey has called one of his favorite comics, launched his own live "Proopcast," The Smartest Man in the World. And he records it with a live audience, both at home in Los Angel ... More >>
Our post yesterday about the repugnant Westboro Baptist Church's announced protest of a Drew Carey show in Denver got quite a few of our readers talking. Here's a post that marvels at one insult the WBC used against Carey.
Over his many years as a public (and bespectacled) face, 54-year-old funny man Drew Carey has paid his dues as a Marine, a stand-up comic, a sitcom star, an improv guru and, in his most recent incarnation, the on-air host of The Price Is Right. And on his current tour, Carey will not only offer some ... More >>
A mere four years ago, at the height of the mid-Bush economic frenzy (post-9/11 recession, pre-mortgage meltdown), a certain Niwot-based manufacturer of plastic boat shoes could do no wrong. Crazily colored, beloved by gardeners and ER personnel and children of all ages, Crocs were conquering ... More >>
The Cowboy Bar
Blake Mooney was recently laid off from his job at NewMediaCompany.com and has somehow found some time to give a glimpse into the week in the life of a man on the dole. This is his story. Monday Tuesday Wednesday: Everyone knows if you’re a male and you find yourself laid off from your job, the f ... More >>
Plenty of newspapers resist specifically labeling their editorial stance for fear of alienating readers of different political stripes or limiting their ability to respond to unforeseen events. But not the Colorado Springs Gazette, which clearly spells out its slant in this Craig's List post headlin ... More >>
No scripts necessary with Drew Carey and the gang.
Like Big Fish for little kids, Robots works hard to please everyone.
Tan Dun's Passion merges cultures
From the week of April 17, 2003
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched
A pitch meeting for Colorado sitcom ideas.