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Review: In ‘Wait for Your Laugh’ and ‘Gilbert,’ Comedians Work Hard

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Alabama comedian says laughter is good medicine, especially for breast cancer survivors

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Live, Laugh, Love! Selena Gomez and the Weeknd Spend Date Night at a Comedy Show

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Last laugh at Harvey’s: Iconic Portland comedy club closing its doors

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Uma Thurman, Julia Scaparotti, Jimmy Tingle and more

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Couple Can't Stop Laughing As They Tell Story Of Epic OB-GYN Mishap

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Grief is a 'hamster wheel': How a memoir about death can still be funny

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Laughing our way to world peace | Susan Sparks | TEDxPeachtree
Rev. Susan Sparks gives a funny talk about laughter being the best medicine to help us see our common humanity. A trial lawyer who became a standup comedian and Baptist minister, Susan Sparks is America’s only female comedian with a pulpit. She is the first female senior pastor of New York City’s Madison Avenue Baptist Church and a professional comedian. Susan tours nationally with a rabbi and a Muslim comic in the Laugh in Peace Tour. A cancer survivor, Susan’s work on humor and healing has been featured in such media outlets as O, the Oprah Magazine, the New York Times, CBS, CNN, and ABC   Read More ...
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Review: In ‘Wait for Your Laugh’ and ‘Gilbert,’ Comedians Work Hard
Photo Rose Marie has been famous for so long that “Wait for Your Laugh,” a charming documentary about her nine decades as a performer, doubles as a history of 20th-century show business, focusing on vaudeville, early radio comedy, the birth of Las Vegas and the evolution of the female sitcom star. Now 94, Rose Marie, who proudly asserts that she went by her first name before any other celebrity, started singing for crowds at the age of 3, pairing an adorable child’s face with the brassy belt of a grizzled diva   Read More ...
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Review: In a Double Bill of Physical Comedy, Laughter Is the Best Reflex
Photo Let’s say you’ve got a toothache or a crumbling political system and aren’t in the mood to laugh. Tough luck. You’re going to laugh anyway. According to the oddball double bill of “Marcel” and “The Art of Laughter” that opened on Wednesday at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center, it isn’t up to you. The two one-hour offerings presented by Theater for a New Audience posit and then set out to prove — the first in slapstick form, the second in a kind of TED Talk — that laughter is a predictable, reproducible, inescapable reflex   Read More ...
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Colbert Has Some Funny Theories on How Bush Made Obama Laugh During Clinton’s Speech
In addition to raising $31 million and counting for hurricane relief efforts through their One America Appeal, the five living former U.S. presidents also gave the nation a lighthearted viral moment Saturday night. At the Deep From the Heart benefit concert, George W. Bush cracked a joke that made Barack Obama laugh during Bill Clinton’s speech. While Bush’s remark was sadly inaudible to the rest of us, Stephen Colbert stepped up to offer some guesses at what he said during Monday’s episode of The Late Show   Read More ...
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Getting a Laugh From My Grandmother
Dear Diary: My grandmother Elizabeth, who arrived at Ellis Island from Ukraine in 1903 had, by all accounts, a reserved sense of humor (read: none). She spoke either Russian or Yiddish, shunned English and rarely showed pleasure at anything in the New World. Too often she would say, “tsk,” shake her head and reprovingly add “nisht geshtoygn!” (an abbreviation of a phrase gently translated as “nonsense”) to her husband, Henry, another immigrant, when he would play “Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean” on the family’s Victrola   Read More ...
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Alabama comedian says laughter is good medicine, especially for breast cancer survivors
What's so funny about breast cancer? Carla Youngblood can tell you. And after just a few minutes, we bet she'll have you laughing. That's just her way. Her mission. And her job description, as a comedian whose stage name is "The Truth." "After about three or four treatments of chemotherapy, I started observing things to see what was unique or funny," Youngblood says   Read More ...
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Tim Allen isn’t performing in Utah to be political — he just wants to make you laugh
He does recall performing in a small comedy club (maybe Wiseguys?) before his hit sitcom “Home Improvement” premiered in 1991 and he became a huge star. And he remembers visiting Temple Square. And so has Allen, who returns Friday to perform in the Eccles Theater. Since his last visit here, he has starred in two successful sitcoms (including “Last Man Standing”), given voice to Buzz Lightyear in the “Toy Story” movies and headlined movies ranging from “Galaxy Quest” to the “Santa Clause” trilogy   Read More ...
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Theater review: ‘Servant of Two Masters’ is still funny 250 years later
The Freeport Players are providing a big helping of theatrical escapism with their latest production. Rooted in but not bound by the Commedia dell’ arte tradition, their take on Carlo Goldoni’s “The Servant of Two Masters” is loaded with wacky characters, broad humor, wild physical comedy and a relentless dedication to making audiences laugh. It easily transcends any limitations that might be implied by the fact that the play was written more than 250 years ago   Read More ...
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Letter: Bagley's not funny any more
A long, saner, time ago I used to stand in the old ZCMI book department and laugh at the funny humor of Pat Bagley in the little books he had published to help us, as Utahns, laugh at our strangeness. I loved that. It is now long past time for Bagley to hang up his pen. He is no longer funny, just mean spirited   Read More ...
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Anesthesia + Laughing Gas + Hamilton = One Tearful (and Very Funny) Jennifer Garner
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Chip and Joanna Gaines Laugh Off Divorce Rumors: ‘Who Would Care About That?’ 
WATCH: @chippergaines has the best “fangirl” reaction to his and @joannagaines’ lifestyle Target brand https://t.co/RneItykICE pic.twitter.com/PEfkCG3WHL. America’s favorite home improvement couple Chip and Joanna Gaines have found massive success with their hit HGTV show, Fixer Upper. But with fame comes unfounded rumors of marital problems and divorce. “It’s funny, when I think about these circumstances, I think they’re hilarious,” Chip, 42, told Jenna Bush Hager in an interview that aired on Today Thursday, explaining that he and his wife never could they have imagined their quick rise to stardom   Read More ...
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Aristophanes would laugh at 'Lysistrata Jones'
The ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes obviously never wrote about American basketball players and cheerleaders, but surely he would have recognized the satirical spirit permeating "Lysistrata Jones." That's because this musical currently being staged by Red Branch Theatre Company is a contemporary riff on his comedy "Lysistrata." Aristophanes' play concerns a group of women who are so tired of the male habit of waging war that they decide to be celibate until the men wage peace instead   Read More ...
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The Latest: France pays homage to 'laughter genius' Lewis
LAS VEGAS (AP) - The Latest on the death of comedian and filmmaker Jerry Lewis (all times local): The star and director of "The King of Comedy," a 1982 film featuring Jerry Lewis' much-hailed performance as a kidnapped TV talk show host, praised Lewis in separate statements. Director Martin Scorsese called Lewis "a master." "He was a giant. He was an innovator   Read More ...
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On late-night TV, Trump's no laughing matter anymore
Presidents are inevitably targets for late-night comedy; Donald Trump has become something more. He has inspired a new form of late-night performance: comedy-outrage. For six months, late-night hosts have pilloried the President for a long litany of incidents ripe for satire, from shoving a prime minister out of the way to attacking his own attorney general. The past weekend's events in Charlottesville sparked an unmistakable outpouring of comedic rage, because the President was so late and, to many observers (including most of the roster of late-night hosts) so wishy-washy in expressing his disapproval of groups promoting things as egregiously and indisputably wrong as racism, anti-Semitism, and neo-Nazism   Read More ...
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Live, Laugh, Love! Selena Gomez and the Weeknd Spend Date Night at a Comedy Show
The couple that laughs together, stays together. Selena Gomez and the Weeknd spent Friday night chuckling away as they checked out a comedy show at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood. The club shared an adorable photo of the duo snuggling up to each other as they laughed in the upper mezzanine. “Date night at the Laugh Factory with The Weeknd and Selena Gomez,” the comedy club captioned the snap on Instagram   Read More ...
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Is Donald Trump funny? Are you kidding?
As NBC’s Chuck Todd and others have noticed, President Trump is almost never seen laughing. Trump has a range of expressions suggestive of mirth — a self-satisfied smile, a knowing smirk, a sardonic grin — but laughter isn’t among them. But as his own aides can attest, he does have a sense of humor. When he was asked Thursday about Russian President Vladimir Putin purging over half of the staff of the U   Read More ...
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Dave Chappelle Dishes 20 Minutes Of ‘Egregious’ Transphobic Jokes: For Some, It’s No ‘Laughing’ Matter
Comedians often push the envelope with their stand-up routines. However, Dave Chappelle reportedly went over the line, by far, with 20 minutes of transphobic jokes this week. Like other comics, Chappelle thinks comedy has no bounds and transphobia monologues are no exception. Nonetheless, the LGBTQ community begs to differ, and some critics say Dave’s jokes were offensive and are no laughing matter   Read More ...
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Need a laugh? Check out these funny signs
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email Need a laugh? Check out these funny signs A funny take on some unusual signs. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Patti Deutsch Dies: ‘Match Game,’ ‘Laugh-In’ Alum And Veteran Voice Actress Dead At 73
Patti Deutsch, the red-haired comedian who was a staple on the classic sketch comedy show Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In, has passed away at age 73 after a long battle with cancer. Deutsch shot to fame in the 1970s as a regular on Laugh-In, then became a frequent fixture on game shows Match Game and Tattletales, where she appeared alongside her husband, TV writer Donald Ross (The Love Boat, Murder, She Wrote)   Read More ...
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Joke's on them: Rams team up with the Laugh Factory in Battle for L.A.
The headline of the news release made it look as if the Rams were celebrating their on-field incompetence, as the four-win team announced a partnership with the Laugh Factory. A new moniker for the Rams offense? A naming-rights deal for the Coliseum? A marketing slogan for upcoming season? Sorry, couldn’t resist. Lose a dozen games and everything a franchise does starts to sound like a punch line   Read More ...
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George Schlatter and Lily Tomlin chortle as 'Laugh-In' nears 50
Once upon a time in TV Land, a sketch-comedy show from "beautiful downtown Burbank" swept through prime time like a comic cyclone. The weekly mayhem was anchored by two relatively straitlaced comedians in tuxedos and included a bizarre array of characters: a cigarette-puffing German who found everything "veeerry interesting"; a hairnet-wearing spinster who was constantly harassed by a grumbling dirty old man; a snarky telephone operator who would harass customers; and a goofy blond named Goldie who danced with all sorts of weird markings scribbled on her bikini-clad body   Read More ...
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Movie review: Tiffany Haddish an absolute laugh riot in raunchy 'Girls Trip'
Every minute spent with Tiffany Haddish in “Girls Trip” is a joy. A rude-and-crude joy, to be sure, but a joy nonetheless. The comedienne and actress is the most uproarious part of what is a rather uproarious — and almost-altogether-terrific — raunchy comedy about four longtime friends who reunite for a wild weekend in New Orleans, a weekend that will, of course, test the strength of their collective bond   Read More ...
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Brewing laughter: Gig Harbor MarKee pairs with Tacoma Comedy Club for monthly event
Gig Harbor MarKee Coffee Shop & Wine Bar has been open for more than a year now, and owners Courtney Marshall and Angie Keefe. have already made a name for the shop as a spot for evening entertainment. MarKee’s events range from a popular Wednesday trivia night to its regular weekend live music features, said Keefe, whose newest endeavor is specifically targeting an adult crowd   Read More ...
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Last laugh at Harvey’s: Iconic Portland comedy club closing its doors
PORTLAND, Ore. – Harvey's Comedy Club will have its last show Tuesday night after more than two decades of hosting hilarious comedians in Downtown Portland. The venue posted a notice on Facebook last week saying goodbye to those who have supported them through the years. On their website, owners said “Harvey's will return” in the fall. However in the Facebook post, they said they may be back as something other than Harvey's   Read More ...
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Laugh and gawk at campy Mexican wrestlers and the women who love them
Why: Because you won’t find this in your local dinner theater. This series of comedy skits and wrestling bouts features slightly plump men in leotards and the saucy women who stalk them. The dancers, meanwhile, are like Venn diagrams of what saloon girls used to look like: lots of leg and eyelashes like a rake. No, wait, that girl's a dude   Read More ...
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Graham: Where have all the comedies gone?
The year’s big screen comedies have been no laughing matter. What’s going on? There are plenty of explosions at the movies this summer, and no shortage of superheroes. But bellylaughs are in short supply. Comedies are no laughing matter at the box office right now. Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler’s “The House” is in foreclosure, having earned only $20 million after two weeks in theaters, and the Scarlett Johansson girls-behaving-badly non-starter “Rough Night” has earned just $21 million   Read More ...
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Keegan-Michael Key & Cobie Smulders Dish on Who Was 'Most Guilty' of Laughing While Filming Their New Netflix Comedy
Tell us about your new comedy. What can we expect? SMULDERS: It’s about a group of friends who went to college together and decades later reunite and are still kind of figuring their lives out. It’s about friendship, but it’s like family. They bring out the best and the worst in each other. Who had the hardest time keeping a straight face while filming? SMULDERS: Most likely me   Read More ...
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Still crazy after all these 50 years: Lily Tomlin and producer George Schlatter reminisce about 'Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In.'
Once upon a time in TV Land, a sketch-comedy show from “beautiful downtown Burbank” swept through prime time like a comic cyclone. The weekly mayhem was anchored by two relatively straitlaced comedians in tuxedos and included a bizarre array of characters: a cigarette-puffing German who found everything “veeerry interesting”; a hairnet-wearing spinster who was constantly harassed by a grumbling dirty old man; a snarky telephone operator who would harass customers; and a goofy blond named Goldie who danced with all sorts of weird markings scribbled on her bikini-clad body   Read More ...
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Uma Thurman, Julia Scaparotti, Jimmy Tingle and more
YA GOTTA LAUGH: Jimmy Tingle — Boston comedian, commentator and founder of the social enterprise Humor for Humanity — brings his brand of politically savvy satire to the David Friend Recital Hall (921 Boylston St., Boston) July 15 for an evening of music, laughter and fundraising. Tingle’s nonprofit partner is Berklee City Music, and the livestreamed gig (through Concert Window) features a performance by the Berklee City Music student ensemble   Read More ...
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Mariah Carey's cameo for 'The House' proved no laughing matter
LOS ANGELES Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler take up gambling to pay for their daughter's college education in new comedy "The House," but one person the movie decided not to take a risk on was singer Mariah Carey. Carey filmed a cameo for the film, but it ended up on the cutting room floor, writer and director Andrew Jay Cohen said at the red-carpet premiere on Monday   Read More ...
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Eartha Kitt Couldn't Stop Laughing When Asked If She'd Compromise For A Man
Singer and actress Eartha Kitt was a woman of many talents, and one of her most commendable qualities was that she wasn’t in the business of compromising for men. In a clip from the 1982 documentary “All by Myself: The Eartha Kitt Story” that’s been making rounds on the internet for years, the late “Santa Baby” singer is asked about the concept of compromising for love   Read More ...
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Al Franken on truth, laughter and the Senate
U.S. Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota, a former comedy writer and performer, appears Saturday at the Tribune's Printers Row Lit Fest. We spoke by phone. The following is an edited transcript. Q: So what did you think of (former FBI director) James Comey's testimony? A: I thought that it was very damaging to the president. We are still at the very early stage of all of this   Read More ...
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"Covfefe" - Social Confetti - Laughing Together And Being United Regardless Of Our Beliefs.
This post is very different from what I usually write about although it’s somewhat related to writing and its process. If you haven’t heard the story behind “covfefe,” #1 trending topic on twitter for over a day now, please check out the screenshot with the President’s tweet and its typo. Here is what typos may mean to a grammar obsessed writer: Disrespect  — the sender doesn’t care about the person receiving the message to the point that he doesn’t even bother rereading what he wrote   Read More ...
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Sean Connery will miss 'jokes and laughter' he shared with fellow Bond star Roger Moore
The original 007 remembers his successor. Sir Sean Connery is looking back on his "unusually long" friendship with fellow James Bond star Sir Roger Moore following news of Moore's death. It was Moore who stepped in when Connery ended his second stint as 007 in the early 1970s. Moore went on to lead the spy franchise in seven James Bond blockbusters into the mid-1980s   Read More ...
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Sean Connery will miss 'jokes and laughter' he shared with fellow Bond star Roger Moore
The original 007 remembers his successor. Sir Sean Connery is looking back on his "unusually long" friendship with fellow James Bond star Sir Roger Moore following news of Moore's death. It was Moore who stepped in when Connery ended his second stint as 007 in the early 1970s. Moore went on to lead the spy franchise in seven James Bond blockbusters into the mid-1980s   Read More ...
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Russia's laughing at the United States, not President Donald Trump
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's trolling of US FBI director James Comey's firing was relatively benign; ostensibly, Lavrov's mock surprise at being told of the firing could be taken for a diplomat's polite refusal to discuss the host country's domestic politics. This week, however, the Russian jokes at the expense of the United States got positively unpleasant. First, President Vladimir Putin "offered" to provide the US Congress with a recording of Lavrov's conversation with Trump, in which the US president allegedly revealed highly classified information (the word Putin used, "zapis", cannot really be translated as "transcript", as the Kremlin later claimed)   Read More ...
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No laughing matter: Writer claims Conan O'Brien stole jokes
LOS ANGELES (AP) - If the best jokes are stolen, the best comedians don't think it's funny when they're accused of ripping off material. That's why Conan O'Brien is vigorously defending himself from copyright infringement allegations by a writer who said he plagiarized punchlines about Caitlyn Jenner, Tom Brady and the Washington Monument. A federal judge in San Diego refused to toss out the lawsuit last week, potentially setting up a novel trial over comic creativity and the value of laughter   Read More ...
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The Big Tweet
My name is Jim. But you probably know me better as @Jim_12345. And today— [Standing ovation] Thank you. Wow. Thank you. Today I’m— [Ovation continues for five more minutes.] [Laughter] So, yeah I’m the guy who tweeted that. [Applause] As they say on the Interwebs, “It me.” [Laughter] I’ve been asked to say a few words here today about how it all came about   Read More ...
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No laughing matter: writer claims Conan O'Brien stole jokes
LOS ANGELES (AP) — If the best jokes are stolen, the best comedians don't think it's a laughing matter when they're accused of ripping off material. That's why Conan O'Brien is vigorously defending himself from plagiarism allegations by a writer who accused him of plagiarizing punchlines about Caitlyn Jenner, Tom Brady and the Washington Monument. A federal judge in San Diego refused to toss out the lawsuit last week, potentially setting up a novel copyright infringement trial over comic creativity and the value of a punchline   Read More ...
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Pre-Mother's Day comedy show in Chicopee features female comedians
SPRINGFIELD — Instead of the traditional flowers, slippers and gift certificates for free hugs that many husbands, sons and daughters resort to for Mother's Day, this year they can give mom the gift of laughter instead. "Bring your mom, wife, girlfriend, fiancee, just show up and laugh with us," said Phillip Anthony, a comedian and founder of Laughing Latinos Comedy, which has brought comedians from across the country to Western Massachusetts for several years   Read More ...
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