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For 30 years, New York's legendary Comedy Cellar has served as the launching pad for greatest stand up comedians in the world. Colin Quinn, Dave Chappelle, Ray Romano, Dave Attell, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Dane Cook, Robert Kelly and Greg Giraldo are just a few of the comedians who began as Cellar regulars. But classic stage performances have never been the only show going on at the Cellar. The biggest comedians in the world come to sit at the table upstairs, where comedians come to argue an ...
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Juskow in the City is the greatest podcast of all time. It combines everything you've ever loved about nothing. Yeah -- you know what I'm talkin' about. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Have you ever have someone say, “I’m gonna tell you something but you can’t tell anyone else...”? Well Kevin Brennan doesn’t believe in that. Kevin believes that if everyone thinks you’re an a-hole, then maybe you should just be that a-hole. Every week, KB gives his truly honest, sometimes abrasive opinion of people, places and things. If you have nothing nice to say, say it on a podcast. Misery Loves Company with Kevin Brennan
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Haaretz Reporter Michael Hauser Tov analyzes and explains what has gone wrong that has led to injuries and amputations of prisoners at an Israeli field hospital. Also covered are the "Hannibal Directive" and other issues relating to the conflict.By Comedy Cellar Network
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That's right. One hundred years or so ago there were riots right here in River City (downtown Manhattan) over who's theatre had the better production of Hamlet. I only bring it up because it's my new course lecture and well -- it's incredibly hilarious and may make you feel a little better about the world today because nothing seems to change so. .…
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Foreign policy analyst Jon Hoffman discusses his recent article and worldview. "The special relationship does not benefit Washington and is endangering U.S. interests across the globe." https://foreignpolicy.com/2024/03/22/israel-gaza-biden-netanyahu-security-united-states/By Comedy Cellar Network
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Three Presidents past and present came into town this week and I know the first thing you thought of was "how would this affect Dave Juskow of Juskow in the City?" - and I appreciate that. Well, it was a nightmare, as usual. I thought they all hated New York City (except for Clinton), why do they bother me? Anyhoo, that, our friend Marcie coming to…
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Andrew Kirschner is the founder of Epic Walking Tours which provides walking tours in Greenwich Village, New York, to educate, entertain, and inspire the public. He regales us with stories of some of the most remarkable heroes and innovators who lived, worked, and advocated there.By Comedy Cellar Network
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On today's episode I lecture to my class on the importance of friendship and relationships. I'm worried about this generation of kids not having personal contacts and too much AI. I know it sounds silly but I've been seeing things with newer comics and my students that are worrying signs about the Earth's future. I know, right? But don't worry -- w…
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Rochman's work primarily focuses on shifting the global, ideological, and political conversations regarding the Jewish People & Israel, uniting sectors of Israeli society, locating & bringing awareness to the disconnected Tribes of Israel worldwide, and generating innovative ways to combat antisemitism.…
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On this week's episode we travel to Connecticut from the City which is a horrible task to have dinner with the great Paul Shaffer only to find out we're not having dinner with the great Paul Shaffer (Spoiler Alert); also another awful dinner at Morso which is just so classic that I keep showing up there; a visit to the Geek Squad trying to sell the…
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Walter Olson is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute’s Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies and is known for his writing on law, public policy, and regulation. His first book, The Litigation Explosion, was one of the most widely discussed general‐​audience books on law of its time.By Comedy Cellar Network
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It's Spring Break again and it's once again time to Paaaarrrty! And, if you're like me that means a nice 6:00 pm reservation at a restaurant and then off to bed with you. But seriously folks. . . Went to dinner 3 times this week and nothing really horrible happened (darn). We did, however, get to burn that restaurant from last week as Evan called t…
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This week the director of Clueless & Fast Times at Ridgemont High comes to class to regale us with her incredible stories of how Clueless got made and how a woman in 1982 was able to direct a motion picture; AND, how the book club I joined and left pulled a "Blue Man Group" on me (you'll get it); also, scathing articles on my favorite restaurant, J…
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Jes Anderson and Dane Hesseldahl are comics and the owners of Comedy Bar, a local comedy club in Seattle. They recently booked--and promptly canceled--several shows after local complaints about the comics, and found themselves in the midst of a national uproar and an onslaught of online hate.By Comedy Cellar Network
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Ben Gleib is a standup comedian and the lead anchor on The Young Turks. He has two standup specials “The Mad King” and “Neurotic Gangster” and is the host of Emmy nominated brain teaser game show “Idiotest." He also hosts the podcast “Last Week on Earth.” His online views are now over half a billion.…
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The Carlyle hotel in New York City is a fancy hotel alright -- they have the fruit flavored tootsie rolls at the front desk and let me tell you something -- that's usually only Halloween candy - so that's real class. Also, this week, since I've become a professor, I've started giving notes on friends Stand-Up specials - even when they don't ask. Ca…
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Regina DeCicco is the warm-up comedian for ABC's "The View," and she recently appeared on Sherri Shepherd's show as part of her "Laugh Lounge" segment. ABC News sent Regina to Philadelphia to warm up both President Joe Biden's and President Trump's Town Halls, and she has warmed up the audience for NBC's Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting f…
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As no one in this great nation of ours has the GUTS to release it, I had to take matters into my own hands to see the new Woody Allen movie. Also this week, the continuing pain in the ass literally and figuratively that comes from getting into a car accident that is not your fault; all the women of a certain age that asked me to dance on, ironicall…
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Khaled Hassan is an Egyptian-British counter-terrorism researcher. His research interests include propaganda, antisemitism in the Arab world, terrorism and extremism. He leads the Western Security Network, a not-for-profit established to safeguard Western national security and counter the threat of extremism, as well as authoritarian, expansionist …
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Yes, this week I went to see the Broadway musical, Days of Wine & Roses, which leads to the question, why make a musical on Days of Wine & Roses. BUT, I do enjoy complaining so - I like to see everything and it's hard for anything to live up to Back to the Future at this point so. . . Also, this week - a funeral for one of the comedy club owners in…
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Rikki Schlott is a journalist and political commentator. She is a research fellow at FIRE, host of the Lost Debate podcast, a columnist at the New York Post, and a regular contributor to numerous publications and television programs. She is co-author of The Canceling of the American Mind.By Comedy Cellar Network
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I got into a fun car accident this week with a crazy guy who didn't want to exchange insurance or involve the police. He said he could fix my car and to prove it he showed me his Home Depot card. WTF!!! Anyway, more on that later -- also the unbelievable Weehawken show at the Elks club and the Weehawken Rockin' Ferry Terminal - again, WTF!!! And, t…
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Donald G. McNeil, author of the new book, "The Wisdom of Plagues," discusses where we went wrong on COVID policies, as well as his outrageous termination at the NY Times. Here is folder with PDFs of all the docs: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1wfTdozvW-vpuot2XXkwnQT9GG717txf3?usp=sharing https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2020/02/1…
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On today's episode - I have a run in with an escaped mental patient on the loose and lose a pair of pants along the way. All in the same week? What a show! Also, how many questions can you answer on my first quiz of the year AND "Hot Dog, the Movie" from 1984 -- should be the worst movie ever made but in a first viewing the cinematography is incred…
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On today's episode of Juskow in the City, we head down to West 11th Street in the Greenwich Village twice this week for a restaurant that has been there since 1919 and I've never been to or heard of and yet I was there twice in five days. One of them was to celebrate the G.O.A.T.'s birthday, Dave Attell. Some annoying lady just sat down with us for…
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