Episode 595 – “He Was Safe!”

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A little more than two years ago, Kris Rosario gathered a band of merry Softballers (now Minkmen) to join our little adult baseball league in Queens. While Kris plays MLB:…

Episode 594 – “It’s A New Year. I’m Going to Do Things That Scare Me and Challenge Me…”

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Fresh off her debut at Dangerfield’s, Kisha Peart shares with us her hot start in stand-up, the ‘wonderful’ world of dating in NYC, how her background as a marching band…

Episode 593 – “I Kind Of Invented It Back in College…”

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John Sucich is a writer, comedian, and lifelong Mets fan, who connected with me on Twitter, and we discuss his early career in television news and how everyone has their…

Episode 592 – “My Favorite Part of Bull Durham is Any Movie Robert Wuhl is in…”

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Our good friend Marc Adam Smith is back on the podcast and we’re talking the delightful Keith Hernandez Twitter account, him running into Paul Giamatti in a bodega, the fun…

Episode 591 – “I’m Really Into Organized Crime, too. Not, like, Personally.”

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Amamah Sardar shares her story about how she started pursuing comedy and teaching up in Providence, Rhode Island, after leaving New York. Amamah shares what she was passionate about as…

Episode 590 – “I’d Rather Laugh with the Sinners than Cry With the Saints…”

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Juliet Simms joins me on the podcast today to talk about her new single, “Take Me”, which you can currently get on Spotify and iTunes! We talk with Juliet about…

Episode 589 – “Word of Mouth from Kids is Not as Strong as (from) the Parents…”

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Our good friend Peter Michael Marino joins us to talk about his new show “Show Up, Kids!” and to talk about the process of transforming a show for adults into…

Episode 588 – “You Can’t Really Replicate the Feeling…”

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Ethan Feldman didn’t start stand-up comedy until his early-30’s, and we talk with Ethan about what him make the leap into comedy, being a lifelong New Yorker navigating the subways,…