On August 8th, Impressionist Rich Little will be one of the panelists featured at Comedy Talks, a series of conversations by comedians about comedy and their careers. We talked to Rich about his many years on the stage, some of the highlight and lowlights and asked him about his current project, a one-man show in which he plays Jimmy Stewart.
Q: What advice would you offer to young comedians or comic actors?
A: They’re different types of standup comedy. What I do is basically tell jokes. Many of the comics today tell anecdotes and real-life stories, and I always tell jokes with... Read More
October 2, 2008Albany, New York
In the deep night, a woman sits down at her writing table. Fingering a newly sharpened pencil, she focuses her eyes upon the blank paper, brings the black pencil tip to it.She begins to write.
Dear Mol,I’ve been dreaming about you again. I don’t think a night has gone by in the past few weeks when I haven’t seen your face. Our face, I should say. The face is always in my head; implanted in my memories. The dream is nothing new. It’s thirty years ago again. It’s October. I’m walking close behind you through the tall grass towards the woods. Your... Read More
Dat Phan is the original winner of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and is a headlining comedian touring live throughout the U.S. He’s made numerous TV and movie appearances, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Family Guy as a voiceover and Cellular. Dat was born in Saigon, Vietnam and immigrated with his mother to San Diego, California when he was a small child. After 9/11, Dat realized that life is short, so he decided to pursue his dream of becoming a comic. He had to travel along the dreary path of open mics in order to gain valuable stage time, but it paid off on August 5, 2003, when... Read More
A small town girl, Sofea came from Kanpur to Mumbai, the city of dreams, to fly with an airline as an air hostess. She got her portfolio done and started her career in the glam world. Her first assignment was an International fashion show, which got her accolades and she was immediately noticed by a satellite channel in Mauritius.
She hosted a TV travel show in Mauritius and did couple of television commercials: Nutrilite butter, Hathway cable, and others. The Nutrilite butter ad got her the feature film Do Dilon Ke Khel Mein scheduled for 14th May’10 release, in which she did a item... Read More
Born in the early 20th century, modern dance is a dance style that centers on a dancer's own interpretations instead of structured steps, as in traditional ballet dancing. During the 1900's, European dancers began rebelling against the rigid rules of classical ballet. Turning against the structured techniques, costumes and shoes of ballet, these dancers favaored a more relaxed, free style of dancing. Modern dance pioneers often danced in bare feet and revealing costumes. In the United States, several dance pioneers paved the way for American modern dance, including the legendary Martha... Read More
In Los Angeles, the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza was sizzling on a recent cool evening. I’m not referring to the various delicious, spicy dishes available in the International Food Court.
Turning up the heat for mall shoppers were The Latin Jazz Syndicate. This tight ensemble is heating up the sizzling hot Los Angeles Latin Jazz scene and going for global exposure in the future.
This concert was part of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Live concert series. This is a free monthly series of FREE!!!! Entertainment held in Sears Court in the evening. The Latin Jazz Syndicate was making... Read More
Brian Wood’s vision of a modern civil war in the United States takes shape in the form of DMZ, a DC comics Vertigo title that has received much acclaim. The story is set against a backdrop of division and ideological conflict that sees the USA as we know it split into two factions: The United States, consisting of the original federal government and the Free States, a movement intent on re-instigating the basic ideals of America. When the story starts the two forces have been in conflict for years and the USA is in tatters. The Free States were able to get a foothold in the heartland of... Read More
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Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...
Very interesting train of thoughts, but I found myself asking, what about those that write under a ghost name...is it to keep their privacy, or perhaps lack of ego...I actually can see both sides, especially when you are talking about writing fiction....