Funny Side Up
The New York Comedy Festival: The 8 must-see acts
Laughter: widely regarded as the best medicine.
New York City: the Johns Hopkins of stand-up.
The best shows go quick, so you’re gonna want to jump on this tout suite.
Which are the best shows? Funny you should ask [Ed. note: groan].
We’ve selected the eight funnymen (and women) you absolutely should not miss, and even provided handy (and brief!) clips of each doing their hilarious, occasionally super-offensive thing.
Give them a watch and see for yourself.
Go on, take your medicine.
The journeyman-turned-Emmy winner has a message for people who complain about “the miracle of human flight.”
Are Mexican resorts plagued by packs of wandering molesters? Tig Notaro investigates.
On why men miss the train. Every New Yorker will relate.
“Whiskey Icarus” defines loneliness. Also: you owe it to yourself to listen to his seminal track, “Pancakes on a Plane.”
Why Chris is afraid of Germans and you should be, too.
In which Dave writes ads for Jagermeister.
Sabrina answers the question straight people always ask her after two beers: “How did you know you were gay?”
“It’s cool if you have a handlebar mustache, but don’t try to talk to me like you don’t have a handlebar mustache.”
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