Our very own Laura House returns to tell us what she's been up to over the summer, including the recent All Dick No Jane comedy festival in Portland, and gives some insights to the writing process. But first, Down with Tyrnanny' s Howie Klein on the Steve Israel effect, the Colorado Senate race, and the mid term elections.
Uber doesn't want you to know about the plight of its drivers. Avi Asher-Schapiro joins the show to talk about the unfair practices of Uber, and how the sharing economy is really nothing more than a myth.
Max Brooks, the critically acclaimed writer of World War Z, The Zombie Survival Guide, and The Harlem Hellfighters joins us to discuss his new comic book series The Extinction Parade. Then, comic madman Bob Rubin catches up with me to talk about his latest project Rube's Bananaland Podcast. Jimmy Depetro gives us a run down of the New York Comic Con, and wrapping up the show is comedian/writer Hal Lublin from The Thrilling Adventure Hour & Welcome to Night Vale.
Down with Tyranny's Howie Klein joins David to talk about the midterm elections. Plus, movie reviews from Michael Snyder.
Jamie Kilstein and Allison Kilkenny, the hosts of the daily podcast Citizen Radio, have a new book out called Newsfail, available now from Amazon and other online retailers. They stop by to talk about the current state of the news media, and how people get their news.
Then, Kelly Carlin, the host of Waking From The American Dream and Carlin's Corner on Sirus XM drops in to talk about the upcoming dedication ceremony that Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into order that would allow the 400 block of West 121st Street to be renamed “George Carlin Way.” And on Oct. 22 at 1 pm at the corner of West 121st Street and Amsterdam Ave here in New York, family, friends and the comedy community will come together for a day-long celebration. Plus, Kelly talks about the upcoming book she's written about her life with her father.
The always brilliant and ever so funny Kira Soltanovich returns to the show, and David and her discuss how the Irish and Jews have more in common than you think. Plus, Jimmy Lee Wirt has more costume ideas from ShopWarOnChristmas.com.
The Smithsonian's Under Secretary for history art and culture, Dr. Richard Kern, who joins us to talk about Christopher Columbus, and if we should still be celebrating his legacy with a national holiday. Plus later on in the show, music from comedians Gary Shapiro and Henry Phillips. But first, a song from Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys.
Producer/Writer Dan Pasternack sits down to talk about comedy, producing and his latest projects. Plus, Michael Snyder reviews this weeks films. Also, producer Jimmy Lee Wirt with suggestions of what costumes to buy for Halloween from ShopWarOnChristmas.com.
Hightlights from the Ralph Nader Radio Hour, film critic Michael Snyder on which films to watch and which to avoid, and Pacifica Radio John Matthews talks about California's effort to curb campus rape.