(7/18/2010) Jazz on the Park is a hostel on the Upper West Side of Manhattan one block from Central Park. Not a huge hostel either like American International or anything. It has three floors, the …
Newest post for 100 in NYC about See You In Hell at The Creek and The Cave.
In June of 2010 I’d booked myself to do a long set at Castlebar in Brighton, Massachusetts on a show I called Alex Grubard: Out Sold. It was great, because lots of family and friends came out. I’d …
I started a new story blog on April Fool’s Day about performing stand-up in New York City over the years. Over the next year I’ll post two stories a week all about individual shows in the Big Apple I’ve done over the first ten years of my career. What a fun time it’s been! Check it out. Thank you and good night.
Joey Dougherty and I were on Bob and Dave are Terrible People this past Wednesday. We talk about pursuing a career as a human floor, how to live rent free in a Japanese man’s closet, and whether or not it’s OK for white people to use the word “Ethnic.” Also Joel Richardson calls into the show to towel up.
Steve Lipman interviewed Chris Whitehair and I about comedy for a panel discussion on TUTV called “Comedy 101.”
Rotknee’s had a few whiskies. Motherfucker is downright jubilant. You can tell because he’s using that word as a near-constant term of endearment. He’s handing…
I performed on this show in Atlanta and the local alt weekly Creative Loafing did a cover story on its 10 year anniversary. A photo of me wound up being used and that article is pretty damn cool. Check it out.
So I guess I’ll post this link. I was runner-up in both the Best Stand-Up and Best Stand-Up Bit categories of the WitOut Awards for comedy… excellence? It’s an award show here in Philadelphia where your peers from the sketch, stand-up, and improv communities vote for their favorites. It’s a thing. I went.
It’s important to start a traditional Thanksgiving meal with a toast- to friends, to family… or maybe to something more… edible.
Here’s a true story I wrote for Smiles For All.
Funny Guys: The last two winners of The Grand’s LOL stand-up comedy competition combine their comedic powers this month at The Baby Grand