To true comedy fans, Hannibal Buress is one of the most well-respected new stars of the past five years or so. To those unfamiliar with Buress, however, he's now just a guy who called Bill Cosby a rapist. "I've been doing the bit on and off for six months," Buress told Howard Stern. "It was unexpected. It wasn't my intention to make it part of a big discussion. It was just something I was doing at that venue right there. So for someone to put it to the media, it's crazy."
This past weekend, I had the chance to catch Chris Hardwick — maybe you know him as @Nerdist on Twitter — at Helium Comedy Club in Philadelphia. It was the first time I saw him live doing a proper headlining set and have to say, was impressed. He has a masterful command of an audience, […]
At 61, widely-respected stand-up veteran Dom Irrera hasn’t lost an ounce of his comedic relevancy. In fact, younger comedy fans are checking him out more than ever. So what’s Dom’s secret? “So he says ‘My wife’s a pain in the ass. She’s always busting my friggin’ agates. My daughter’s married to a real loser bastard. […]