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Comedy Review: The Cody Rivers Show: Meanwhile, Everywhere

If the future of comedy is cerebral, The Cody Rivers show is as far down the comedic rabbit hole you can get. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage

With hopeful young plays breaking through on Broadway, fringe shows like "Beowulf" are starting to capture youth's more diabolical side. Read More »

Music Review: Peter Bjorn & John – Living Thing

Facing impossible expectations, Peter Bjorn and John produce a damn good indie pop album that's only sin is not being a masterpiece Read More »

A Conversation with Everyman Comedian Jim Gaffigan

Lazy everyman Jim Gaffigan talks about how hard he actually worked on his new special, King Baby. Read More »

Movie Review: Watchmen

Watchmen may be the first Obama-era movie. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Book of Lambert by Leslie Lee

Leslie Lee's deeply personal play makes huge strides in its premise, but falters in execution. Read More »

Interview: Bill Connington, Writer/Performer of Zombie

Bill Connington’s detached "non-method acting” helps keeps him sane in his chilling performance as serial killer Quentin P. Read More »

Why Jose Canseco Is The Sen. McCarthy Of Baseball

Let's stop calling Jose Canseco a Whistleblower and call him what he really is: a fearmongering, self-aggrandizing modern-day McCarthyite Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Great Hymn of Thanksgiving/Conversation Storm by Rick Burkhardt

This fierce little stinger of chamber theater toys with theater storytelling and the case for torture with equal bite. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Ecstasy by Mike Leigh

This new production is the rare off-off-Broadway revival that succeeds more than a new play possibly could. Read More »