ZP and GG sit down with Chicago comedian David Phillips and discuss the Woody Allen Rom-Com Annie Hall. Can one separate the art from the artist? Do we even know what that means? Listen to the episode to find out. Hosted by Zach Peterson and Goodrich Gevaart, Getting Around to It is where comedians are […]
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Rarely on These Things Matter do we get to hear a guest’s entire life story, but on today’s episode with comedian and podcaster, Zac Maas, we hear that and more! How does a smart-ass white kid from South Dakota start spitting science? Aesop Rock is your answer… and Atmosphere, El-P, RJD2, Blackalicious, The Coup, Mos […]
This week we have the infamous sweetheart that you EG listeners already know & love, and God knows Denver Comedy (stand-up & improv) has become head over heels enchanted with, we have THE one & only Corey Rhoads! Corey & Haley tell the weird, adorable tale of their young High School romance at Arvada High […]
If you live in Denver and are a fan of stand-up comedy, then you know Aaron Urist. A regular at the world famous Comedy Works and co-host of the wildly popular “Crush City,” Aaron has become every comics ‘go-to guy.’ He has made a name for himself with clever wordplay, amazing misdirection, and apparently a pen that […]
This week Brett Hiker joins us to talk about the genocide algorithm, Bella in the tree, and the five weird things that happen to you after you die. Check out his blog at bretthiker.tumblr.com/ where he talks about giving up vices for a month. Don’t die keep listening!
In episode 79 of The Grabbing Lunch Podcast, Matt skews the facts with Julian McCollough (“We Have Issues” – E Channel) & Ryan Conner (Last Comic Standing) at Bon Vivant in Atwater Village YOU’LL HEAR THE CONTEXT OF THESE QUOTES: “I think my uncle invented wrestling.” – Julian McCollough “Just pretend that you don’t know […]
Today’s podcast is dedicated to all of you out there in podcast land who have never attended a live show before. Our August event was so fantastic that we’re playing it here for you in its entirety, raw and mostly uncut—this is as close to the real thing as you can get. You’re going to […]
by John Wenzel at The Denver Post In the comedy world, the evolution of Jake Browne, Zac Maas and Samantha Sandt’s “Uncalled Four” game show has been lightning quick. Browne and Mass, who run the “Whiskey and Cigarettes” podcast with fellow Denver comic Jake Becker, decided last year to unofficially adapt the popular, profane Cards Against […]
by Byron Graham of Westword Infauxmation/Uncalled Four Crossover Show Sunday, October 4 The Bohemian Biergarten Boulder’s best comedy show happens at 7 p.m. every Sunday in the airy, keg-festooned performance venue tucked into the Bohemian Biergarten. This month, however, it’s consumed Infauxmation! andUncalled Four — two of Denver’s fiercest showcases — and morphed into a veritable […]
Love Cards Against Humanity™? The Worst Card Game is a Colorado-themed third party expansion that works with your existing set, from the same people who brought you Uncalled Four! Check out their Kickstarter so you can get your hands on a deck.
The world is a brutal place and only the strongest can survive the harsh winter on the horizon. Children are often the first to die, from a number of ways. Wolves, bears, witches, Prussians, Der Grossmann, etc. As a mother of 17 kinder, 10 of whom still live to this day, I am experienced enough […]
by Alex Brown at Westword Talkin Shop with Aaron Urist at Mutiny Information Cafe (7 p.m. Thursday, free) If you’ve ever been to a comedy gig in this town, chances are you’ve seen the “comics’ go-to-guy,” Aaron Urist. The dude has a never- ending supply of clever wordplay and can sure tell a story. Find out how […]
For the second year in a row, Sexpot Comedy and Renegade Brewing Company came together to present the best pre-GABF party around, Offensively Delicious! With proceeds going to the Denver Public Library, the audience got to sample beers from 10 breweries and watch comedy from Andy Juett, Sam Tallent of The Fine Gentleman’s Club, Adam […]
Cartoonist Frank Miller is known for many things. He’s known for revamping Batman, turning him from a campy playboy into a dark and brooding cranky old man. He took noir and put it in the grindhouse, and he transformed Greek history into extremes of both homophobia and homo-eroticism. Our guest, cartoonist Lonnie Allen, LOVED Mr. […]
Felipe Esparza and Kevin O’Brien join us for #129. What did you find that was weird as a kid? Which teacher do you hope listens to your podcast? What would a gold fish do in your body that would make you the most upset? All this and more on the Whiskey and Cigarettes podcast. Podcasts […]
“Charming” is kind of a long shot for Jay and Roger, but they try their best this week by playing Venture for the Atari! Even if your nine-year old son could produce a better quality video, go ahead and throw your hands behind your hair, relax, and enjoy this week’s ad-Venture (HAH!)
In this episode of Arguments and Grievances: Edward Snowden vs Snow Dogs (Nicky Martin vs Miles Hendrix) Ice Cube vs Ice T (Odinaka vs Irene Tu) Music from: “Submarines” by Scared Of Chaka “The Stick” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists “The Hip And The Homeless” by B.C. Camplight Produced by Chicago comedians Kevin White, Zach […]
This week Emily the Canadian Death Worker joins Will and Gen to talk about death work and Canada. They talk about the moment she decided to work in the death industry, a man who died in jail, a guy who tried to save a friend, and an 85 year old man who fell off a […]
We are still reeling with excitement over the success of the first San Diego Narrators show. Thanks to each and every storyteller and all of you who came out to support us. Today’s featured storyteller, Wendy Smith, a.k.a. Wendyceratops, is a Professor of English at Mesa Community College in San Diego. See her students’ ratemyprofessors.com […]
by Alex Brown of Westword. Propaganda! A Comedy Show at Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret (8 p.m. Sunday, free) Since it is the last Sunday of the month you have to get to Lannie’s for the incredible free comedic stylings of Kenny DeForest, Sofiya Alexandra, Olivia Cathcart, Ian Douglas Terry, and Rion Evans. You can catch a double dose of DeForest and others at […]