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Join Michelle Markowitz, Anthony Atamanuik, and David Martin for some spooky storm-themed stories!
The best of the best comedians and writers in New York  get together at the end of every month to share their wild and crazy stories, hosted by David Martin. This month's theme: SCHOOL STORIES 00:25 Intro with David Martin 08:53 Michelle Markowitz 22:03 David Martin 23:12 Jon Gabrus 38:12 David Martin 39:41 Halle Kiefer 53:32 David Martin 55:49 Adam Wade 68:37 David Martin 70:53 Finish David Martin Follow Jon Gabrus on Twitter Follow Michelle Markowitz on Twitter Follow Halle Kiefer on Twitter Follow Adam Wade on Twitter
Today's episode of Spit Take Comedy on BreakThruTV features Reid Faylor, a stand-up comedian with the enthusiasm of an excited - albeit unstable - preschool teacher. In this episode, he touches on the sensitive subjects of dramatic pauses, love, and war.
Today's episode of Spit Take Comedy on BreakThruTV features Narinder Singh, a New York-based comedian known for taking a refreshingly honest and hilarious look at the experience of being different and marginalized. Here he addresses the problems of having sexy lips, shopping with mom, and trying to get a chicken to hug.
Love, Lust, and Heartbreak with Halle Kiefer, Adam Wade, John Flynn, and Anthony Atamanuik.
Remember that scarf you got in college (right after you broke up with your first big love) and still have? Or the sweater you stole from your sister in high school, and never gave back? Writer and artist Emily Spivack is a fashion historian/documentarian/anthropologist, who has been collecting personal stories and memories that are attached to the things in peoples' closets. In addition to writing the Smithsonian blog Threaded, focused on fashion history, Emily also offers two amazing blogs of her own, Sentimental Value and Worn Stories. The first is a collection of stories that Emily has found on Ebay, posted along with the item for sale, and the second is a series of first-hand narratives about favorite/meaningful garments and accessories, from a variety of artists, designers, and writers. On today's show, Emily will talk about her work for The Smithsonian, how she started to collect stories from Ebay, and why fast fashion doesn't allow for the cultivation of a meaningful closet. Plus, tons of great new music from The Raveonettes, Jason Collett, The Luyas, Conveyor, and more, and articles, favorites, and gossip from New York Fashion Week! So join us now as we get personal... in style.
Three easy steps to get you on your way to becoming a contributing member to the Freegan society!
What Virginity means to Christian Capozzoli, Melanie Hamlett, Jon Gabrus, and Adam Wade.
The theme is Pathetic, and the storytellers are: Adam Wade, Anthony Atamanuik, Ophira Eisenberg, and Jake Hart.
"Coming Clean" with Halle Kiefer, Dan St. Germain, Christian Capozzoli, and Jon Gabrus.
George Gordon is a Brooklyn based comedian with a kind of low-key, measured delivery -- perfect for conveying his particular brand of anecdotal humor. Here he talks about the concept of well-known musicians doing DJ sets and trying out a new pick-up line with unexpected results, among other things.
Nights of Our Lives got mainstream press coverage! Check out the NY Times piece on the comedic art of storytelling.
Jason Sáenz is a New York comedian who can be seen regularly doing stand-up around the city in addition to his work as a performer and writer of sketch comedy. He’s appeared in a number of short films and runs a website called Free Comedy! with his compatriot, Nick Turner, where the duo present their work. Here, Jason discusses a wide range of topics, from frustrations with his texting service to growing up with a stoner dad and getting divorced after marrying young.