It's pretty cool to watch someone that you know grow into a well-deserved position within in the comedy and entertainment worlds.
Kirkwood native, podcast superstar, MTV talk show host and generally nice person Nikki Glaser's half-hour comedy special airs this Friday on Comedy Central.
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We get it.
MTV doesn't play music anymore.
Now that you're done making the same tired objection that your uncle made ten years ago, maybe it's time you give the wayward TV station a little credit for at least getting back into the comedy business.
Kirkwood-native Nikki Glaser and writer / comedia ... More >>
Cash a check. Buy coffee. Rent a TV. Eat tacos. Buy comic books and/or oriental rugs. Get your palm read. Then laugh at a comedy club. There's no place in St. Louis that offers all of that within three blocks, is there? The answer is yes. The sharp line of urban edge known as Cherokee Street has ju ... More >>
For those in search of laughter or curious about the on-goings of the comedy scene in St. Louis, we will be making monthly recommendations of shows in (and near) the city. From sure-thing hilarious to fingers crossed, Oh God! I hope this works, Funny Events is your connection to sketch, stand-up, im ... More >>
Update: These were some very tight races, but at last, we have our Final Four. Congrats to Kenny Kinds, Kris Wernowsky, Shaun Arredondo and Erik Anker! We hope to see the rest of you, and the voting public, at Brennan's on April Fool's Day for the Final Four show! Details to come. Original ... More >>
Update: Congratulations to Ryan Haynes, Shaun Arredondo, Kenny Kinds, Jr Moore, Erik Anker, Kevin White, Zack Stovall and Kris Wernowsky for making the elite eight. Thanks also to everybody else for entering, and all you readers for voting! Original Post: It takes an extraordinary set of balls - ... More >>
The first time comic Kris Wernowsky put on a "Too Hip for a Comedy Club" standup event at Foam last October, indie darling St. Vincent played the same night -- rather stiff competition, if you're trying to lure the Cherokee crowd. His other mistake: Keeping the overhead lights on full blast for t ... More >>