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Bill Burr on F is for Family, comedian Bob Marley, and how Star Wars is just “self help in space”

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I like Bill Burr a lot, and I don’t do a particularly good job concealing it in this interview. Burr will be performing at the Cross Insurance Arena on June 4th [tickets]. We talked about a number of things, including his Netflix animated series F is for Family and the role Maine based comedian Bob Marley […]

“Transgender Funnyman” Ian Harvie on Amazon’s Golden Globe winner “Transparent”


Note [January 12, 2015]: Since publishing this interview last week, Transparent won a Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy. Star Jeffrey Tambor also won a Golden Globe for his performance in the show. For those unfamiliar with the award, it’s like a mashup of the Oscars and the Emmys, only the awards show portion is […]

Interview: Sara Benincasa on young adult fiction, anxiety, and why her imagination is like a wild animal


Sara Benincasa is a comedian, prolific writer, Internet personality, and the author of Great, a forthcoming novel which offers a Young Adult genre take on The Great Gatsby. Among many other places, you can find her on Twitter, and here she is on Tumblr. I have been peripherally aware of Benincasa for the past handful […]

Thinking of Boston

Thoughts: We should establish a national holiday for recognizing emergency response teams, Good Samaritans, and all of the other folks who give days like these a strong silver lining. While laughter seems unthinkable for many at present, I want to thank the funny-makers in advance for helping us cope in the days to come. Earlier […]