Comics Angela Cobb and Lance Weiss. Plus The Nation Magazine's David Dayen.
One of New York’s fastest rising up and coming comedians, Angela Cobb’s self deprecating charm and nonchalant intellect make her a favorite among audiences in the Big Apple and beyond.
Cobb was a semi-finalist in the 2013 She-Devil Comedy Festival, a featured act in the first annual Stand-Up 360 Comedy Festival and Westchester Comedy Festival, and has appeared in the acclaimed webseries “Clench & Release.” She also worked as the warm up comic for Clifton King's compelling one-act play "The Burnstroms," which ran at The Producer's Club theater in the spring of 2013. Additionally, for the past four years she has been the "Venti" portion of "Fun Size and Venti Present", a free monthly comedy show on Manhattan's upper east side.
A regular at Broadway Comedy Club, Cobb has also been seen on ComedyTime TV and her @midnight tweets are frequently selected among Comedy Central’s “Top Ten.”
Lance Weiss is a comedian, actor and writer based in NYC. He is the current co-host of CNBC’s “Common Cents” on digital channel Make It, as well as co-host in several videos for Conde Nast’s channel The Scene. He was a Top 4 finalist in CMT’s “Next Big Comic”, and has been seen on NBC’s “The Today Show,” FOX’s “Laughs,” MTV’s “World of Jenks,” Bravo’s “The Love Broker,” PBS, Comcast, NY1, NY’s FOX 5, Sirius/XM, Today.com, Conde Nast’s The Scene, Cosmo.com, AOL.com, NYmag.com, Aboveaverage.com, and in the NY Times, NY Post, and commercials for AT&T, Kit Kat and MLB.com. He has written for CNBC.com’s “Common Cents,” MTV’s Video-on-Demand, HuffingtonPost.com’s “Celebrities Have Issues,” Luckymag.com, Elite Daily, Storia.me, EpicThings.com, Dramafever.com, and Borsheims Jewelry campaigns, as well as several television pilots.
Lance was a semi-finalist in the New York Comedy Festival’s “NY’s Funniest Standup Competition,” and he has performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, San Francisco Comedy Festival, Asheville Comedy Festival, Magners Comedy Festival, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Hoboken Comedy Festival and a bunch more.
David Dayen is the author of Chain of Title: How Three Ordinary Americans Uncovered Wall Street's Great Foreclosure Fraud, winner of the Ida and Studs Terkel Prize. He is also a contributing writer to Salon.com and The Intercept, and a weekly columnist for The New Republic and The Fiscal Times. Other outlets that publish his work include Vice, The American Prospect, Naked Capitalism, In These Times, and The Nation.
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