While many comics will play to their political or cultural bases, Ron White is virtually impossible to pin down to any one audience. First rising to fame through the Blue Collar Comedy Tour with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy, he became a hero to conservatives with his pro-death penalty and ... More >>
Friday night's installment of Feminism & Co., the third in this season's series at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, was titled simply "Funny Women." But as the MCA has shown itself to be very good at doing, the museum had booked an expert in the field of funny: comedian Cory Kahaney. In turn, ... More >>
Once upon a time, before Facebook made social networking acceptable for non-nerds and technology was on the cusp of the cellular-phone revolution from the brick to the flip, I had a pager. I also had a boyfriend who I fought with, in public, for about 80 percent of the duration of our relationship. ... More >>
Yesterday, cartoonist extraordinaire Kenny Be presented an illustrated comparison between Occupy Wall Street protesters and the Tea Party. One reader found his depiction of an elderly Tea Party supporter to be less than respectful.
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Terry Zwigoff and Daniel Clowes trap us with a raptor in Ghost World.
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Titan A.E. displays a state of suspended animation.
Film chronicles the antics of a true revolutionary.
The Minus Man doesn't equal the sum of its parts.