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The History of Comedy
Comedian Barry Mitchell reminisces with comedy historian Kliph Nesterhoff about comic legends and their influences on modern stand-up.
E-Store your stuff
Startup Makespace helps you clear clutter and store your things on the cloud.
From A Startup That Stores Your Bikes and Clothes on the Cloud to Making Kosher Cool
Hello and welcome to real because I'm Rebecca Jarvis here in New York City and here's what's happening. How can cloud helpless store everything from golf clubs to close and you start up is here to explain how that works plus. Who says passover is just one week and Jewish holiday that all about
Pro-style QBs come back in focus
Once upon a time, NFL scouts wanted college quarterbacks who played in a pro-style offense. The theory was no one could learn to read pass coverages after arriving in the NFL: a player needed years of practice using NFL-style tactics. Quarterbacks who had been great runners in college offenses,
Dane Cook Flies Into Theaters With 'Planes'
Family-friendly entertainment is uncharted territory for the standup comedian.
Paul Rudd and Judd Apatow Discuss Turning 40, Social Media
We're sponsor. Do something fun it's a bit forties huge. are very. We'll move on it. Isn't it weird that are pertains the same week and we're gonna party and it's just from me and think it's created on. You're turning forty and turning to 88 combined do you really be one of those ladies exists so
Joan Rivers on Johnny Carson Feud, Comedy Sexism
A lot has changed since Joan Rivers got into comedy — Mindy Kaling, Kristen Wiig, Sarah Silverman, and loads of other female comics have made it clear that women are funny — but she remembers the days when she was treated like week-old leftovers. In...
Ellen DeGeneres Receives Mark Twain Prize
Ellen DeGeneres’ career was celebrated Monday night at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., where she received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. The award is presented to artists who have made a significant contribution to the world of American comedy. On the same...
Supreme Court Hearing on Indecency Leaves One Justice Blushing
By Ariane de Vogue In an hour-long argument, punctuated by lively exchanges, and even one blushing Justice, the Supreme Court grappled on Tuesday with the government’s policy on indecency on the airwaves. The case stems from celebrities-such as Cher and Nicole Richie-uttering swear words during...
The Supreme Court Takes on Cher's Use of the F Word
When the entertainer Cher launched an expletive on live broadcast television in 2002, she probably had little idea she was triggering a major test of the government’s ability to regulate content over the public airwaves. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a...