Birthed in 1988, my cognition didn’t really kick in until 1995. Even then, growing old, alcoholism, and repressed memories have rendered the last hurray of the 20th Century an ambiguous mess. I remember more about the “I Love the” series than I remember about my own childhood. And, outside of cartoons and learning that I …Continue reading "Sketch Saturday: “What Do YOU Remember About the ‘90s?” by Blessed."
Color didn’t exist until the late 1960s, early 70s. As a child, in my adorable ignorance, I knew that cameras recorded life, and life was simply monochromatic for a very long time. Roses were gray, violets were grey, people were grey, and the darker greys had a lot of reasons to be grey about …Continue reading "Sketch Comedy: Anna Seregina, Clare O’Kane and Kyle Mizono Forgo Color and Sound"
House shows are the best shows. Every time the elegant edifice of modern comedy is torn from it’s standard, swarmy platforms — bars, clubs, theaters — and moved to naturalistic, “acoustic” settings, the best of the medium infuses with the luxury of living [rooms]. They are a temporal hybrid of contemporary DIY, boundless work ethic …Continue reading "Show Review: Fucking Funny (1/18/2013)"