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Best Restaurants Near Comedy Clubs In NYC

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on March 14, 2020

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New York City is the world’s ground zero for the best comedy. Every evening people pack comedy clubs all around the city to enjoy some of the best laughs that money can get.

At any time, you can catch plenty of improv, sketch, and stand-up shows happening in many of the venues on this guide. While laughter is food for the soul and comedy clubs provide it in more than enough amount, dinner, on the other hand, can be gotten somewhere else. So if you are looking for the best restaurants to order microwaved French fries, gin, or coffee, then these spots have got you covered. read more

John Mulaney and Jake Gyllenhaal Make Jokes about Coronavirus on SNL

John Mulaney hosted “Saturday Night Live” this week.

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John Mulaney and Jake Gyllenhaal Make Jokes about Coronavirus on SNL

Written by Joseph Santiago  March 1, 2020

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Like a routine, John Mulaney’s annual appearance on “Saturday Night Live” is becoming one of the show’s most enjoyable traditions.

Over the weekend, he hosted the show for the third time in three seasons.

Mulaney, who was an “S.N.L.” writer is now a stand-up star with ubiquitous comic prowess. He has the ability to make cast members feel less stiff and drop their goofiest material. read more

All About St. Marks Comedy Club in the East Village I NYC Comedy Clubs

St. Marks Comedy Club in the East Village

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on March 1, 2020

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St. Marks Comedy Club is a speakeasy performance venue by the same folks who brought you Vegan Food Court and V-Spot in partnership with Ron Barba.  read more

The Best NYC Comedy Shows This Week-NYC Comedy Clubs & Shows

Comedian Will Ferrell Opens a Themed Bar Stay Classy New York Here in New York City

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on Feb 22, 2020

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New York City is the world’s best comedy city! It hosts many Comedy Clubs offering to improve, comedy shows, stand-up, and everything in-between.

In these clubs, you’ll find comedy veterans as well as up-and-comers alike. 2020 is set to bring a slew of great shows headlined by these acts for your pleasure. Here are some of our best picks at Comedy Clubs for this week:

Roast Battle NYC ft. Hannah Berner, Neko White

MAIN EVENT: Paul Hooper v Gianmarco Soresi at New York Comedy Club Midtown, 241 East 24th St. New York, NY 10010.

(Thursday, January 30th – 10:30 PM)

If you like Comedy Central Roasts, you’ll definitely like this Roast Battle. What is the Roast Battle Show? Two comedians go head to head with insult jokes. Much like a rap battle, but with comedy that leaves one hilariously humiliated. read more

Ed Byrne Shows Why He is one of the Best Talents The Leicester Comedy Festival

Ed Byrne Shows Why He is one of the Best Talents The Leicester Comedy Festival

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on Feb 22, 2020

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Leicester Comedy Festival is a 19-day celebration of merriment and hearty fun that began last night with a variety of shows across the city.

One of the night’s highlights was an award-winning Comedian doing comedy Ed Byrne taking to the stage. He showed at the De Montfort Hall why he is one of the nation’s outstanding stand-up talents. Ed Byrne was super excited to be in the city, moving onto the stage in his usual cheerful manner. read more

Nothing Is Funny About Donald Trump – Comedian Tom Papa

Nothing Is Funny About Donald Trump – Comedian Tom Papa

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on Feb 22, 2020

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Nothing Is Funny About Donald Trump – Comedian Tom Papa

On a new episode of “The Last Laugh” podcast, stand-up comedian Tom Papa talks about his career and friendship with Jerry Seinfeld. He also talks about his new Netflix special “You’re Doing Great!”

As Tom built materials for his latest special, he had to keep reminding audiences, “You are doing great.”

He believes right now, there’s a lot of anxiety. “They feel everything’s going down and that they’re not doing enough in their personal life.” read more

Maria Bamford: Female Comedians Still Can’t Get Through

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on Feb 22, 2020

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Maria Bamford has been doing stand-up comedy for over 30 years. It is likely that she’s one of your all-time favorites, or you just haven’t heard about her.

This week, Bamford will be releasing another hour-long special, the third of her series. It is titled “Weakness is the Brand,” which is based on how she explains her shakiness in both hands and feet to her audience.

Bamford has a tremor that can be quite distracting, especially in a performer. She imitates a critic who asks why she wouldn’t take medication to offset the hundreds she’s already on so he can feel more comfortable, to which she replies “weakness is the brand.” read more

NYC Best Comedy Shows On Valentine’s Day

NYC Best Comedy Shows On Valentine’s Day

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on Feb 20, 2020

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If you are in the Big Apple and want to experience what Valentine is with your other half, you can bring him or her to NYC comedy shows.

We have a 25% discount for all you comedy lovers use the promo code: ValentinesDay25 at the NYC Comedy Clubs Calendar (page)

Laughter and romance go hand in hand. So what could bring you closer to your partner than sharing moments of laughter with them?

Nothing says “Happy Valentines Day” as a comedy show can. Do you want to see the best comedy shows on Valentine’s day in NYC? Here are some of the best shows, with the funniest and in-demand comedians, to spark up the day. read more

Nothing Is Funny About Donald Trump – Comedian Tom Papa 

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Written by: Joseph Santiago on Feb 8, 2020

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Nothing Is Funny About Donald Trump – Comedian Tom Papa

On a new episode of “The Last Laugh” podcast, stand-up comedian Tom Papa talks about his career and long friendship with Jerry Seinfeld, as well as his new Netflix Special “You’re Doing Great!”

As Tom built materials for his latest special, he had to keep reminding audiences, “You are doing great.”

He believes right now, people are overwhelmed with anxiety. “They feel everything’s going down and that they’re not doing enough in their personal life.” read more

The US stand up comedian John Witherspoon dies at the age of 77

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The US stand up comedian John Witherspoon dies at the age of 77 by Joseph Santiago

The US stand up comedian and actor John Witherspoon will be best remembered for his role as rapper Ice Cube’s father in the comedy trilogy Friday, who has died at the age of 77.

Born John Weatherspoon, he started out as a stand-up comedian back in the 1970s.

His first film was back in 1980 The Jazz Singer and was seen in Hollywood Shuffle, Boomerang, Vampire in Brooklyn and The Ladies Man.

The reason for his death is not known. Relatives and celebrity friends have been paying respects to Witherspoon.

“We love you ‘POPS’ always and forever,” his family said on his Twitter account.

He voiced the grandfather in the Boondocks animated television series and was a frequent guest on Late Show with David Letterman

But for many, Witherspoon’s character as “Pops” in Friday was his most famous role. He also appeared in the sequels Next Friday and Friday After Next.

Ice Cube said in a Twitter post he was devastated by the death. “Life won’t be as funny without him,” he added.

Celebrities including Chance The Rapper, actress Jackée Harry, director Judd Apatow, and Ava Dupernay paid their respects to the actor.

Witherspoon is survived by his widowed wife, Angela, and beloved two sons.

Thank you for all the laughs! Rest in Peace.

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