John Hodgman will perform live comedy at the Bottletree Cafe in Birmingham, Alabama.
3719 3rd Ave. South, Birmingham, AL 35222
Doors at 8 PM / Show at 9 PM / Ages 18+ / Tickets $18 advance, $20 day of show
Please note: this is not a live Judge John Hodgman performance.
John Hodgman will perform live comedy at Erikson Clock in Atlanta, GA.
364 Nelson St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Doors 7pm, Showtime 8pm.
Please note: this is not a live Judge John Hodgman.
Bad news! The electric company owes Bryan $10,000! And Erin cried at Maleficent! But don't worry because there's also...great news! The new Harvey Milk stamp is out and available at a post office near you! But back to the bad news. Some of us still have problems with women in the workplace, even though we don't think we do. You know what they say - you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both, and then you have...mostly bad news.
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Becky Garcia (@beckymgarcia) joins the ladies to discuss Diane Keaton, selling a house, Abe Lincoln, divas, Rufio, 400 Blows, George Costanza, changing in front of open windows and more! Produced by David Janove, theme song by Zach Ames.
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Bad news! The electric company owes Bryan $10,000! But don't worry because there's also...great news! The new Harvey Milk stamp is out and available at a post office near you! But back to the bad news. Some of us still have problems with women in the workplace, even though we don't think we do. You know what they say - you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both, and then you have...mostly bad news.
Zaki always controls the stereo on long car rides, and Michelle wants to get in on the action. Who gets to choose the audio playlist on a road trip, the driver or the passenger?
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This week on Sawbones, Dr. Sydnee and Justin are gonna perforate your baby in loads of unpleasant ways with a history of teething.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
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Luis Guzman is one of America's most successful and prolific character actors. He's appeared in dozens of films and television series, from Short Eyes in the 1970s to Miami Vice in the 1980s to Carlito's Way, Boogie Nights and The Limey in the 1990s. He made a name for himself playing thugs and cops. A few years ago, he was on the short-lived but beloved series How To Make It In America.
He talks with us about growing up in New York's Lower East Side, and about his work there as an activist and social worker. As a teen, he hung out at the legendary New Yorican Poets Cafe, watching poets and writers like Amiri Baraka, Allen Ginsburg and Miguel Piñero. Piñero ended up casting Guzman in Short Eyes, and got him his first television audition for Miami Vice. Since then, Guzman has become a favorite of directors like P.T. Anderson and Steven Soderbergh.
Ian Cohen, contributing editor at Pitchfork, stops by to recommend some of his all-time favorite heavy rock releases.
He tells us about an album which (in a move unusual for its genre) has an entirely pink cover. Deafheaven’s newest album, Sunbather, has been well-received and is on its way to becoming “an absolute landmark.”
In addition, Ian recommends the most recent Swans album,The Seer. In a bold creative move, the band creates a title track well over thirty minutes long.
If you knew about David Rees in the 2000s, it was probably for his indie political cartoon Get Your War On. When we caught up with Rees a few years ago, he had decided to get back in touch with an old-school writing instrument -- the pencil. Rees started his own artisanal pencil sharpening service, sharpening bespoke pencils, and wrote a book called How To Sharpen Pencils. Rees joined us to discuss the lost art of pencil sharpening.
Be on the lookout for Rees' upcoming show on the National Geographic Channel, Going Deep with David Rees, this summer.
Rap isn't poetry – it's its own thing. But, like poets, many of the best rappers imbue their lyrics with layers of meaning. Need proof? Jesse suggests a close listen to a single verse of Jay-Z's "Threat".
Comedian Peter Carlone joins us to talk volleyball, cutlery, and Step By Step.
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Six nipples, two bodies, one bed. Aw, don't fret none about it, buddy. That's just the algebra of love. Carry the three. Solve for sex.
Suggested talking points: Nonnee Kisses, One Mo' Again, Elevator Fetish, Booth Sides, Tuba Lessons, Shitty Slickers, YHTN