Below is the official press release from Five Guys Fighting.
I’ll be covering the event for the Knick Ledger and might try to write a feature piece to shop around. Time constraints may prevent me from following through on that threat.
5 Guys Fighting Presents the Areas Second Full Contact Mixed Martial Arts […]
I have several dates confirmed for March with two others that should be announced within the week.
It’s going to be a busy March. Buckle up, kids.
TUESDAY, MARCH 6th 9:00pm
MICHAEL RAIVE featuring FRANK GENTILE
Hosted by KEVIN MARSHALL
@ Pinto & Hobbes (142 Washington Ave., Albany)
Yesterday was the Common Council Planning Committee’s meeting and public discussion pertaining to the Albany Cabaret License legislation that would see changes to the way live entertainment is regulated in the city of Albany.
The idea was to make the process simpler and […]
Keep Albany Boring has an open letter from Matt Kelly, who organizes the monthly Laughs on Lark showcase for local and touring comedians:
An Open Letter to The Capital Region and Beyond
Many of you are familiar with, or have come to enjoy our monthly Laughs on […]
FREE SHOW! I’ll be performing stand-up comedy tonight at Villa Valenti Pub (729 Pawling Ave., Troy) starting at around 8pm. Get there early! Get some food! Free show! Comedy! Did I mention the show’s free?
FREE COMEDY FOR EVERYONE!
Also of note: last Friday’s […]
Occupy Albany has made a shocking, controversial, and altogether unfathomable demand: to take money out of politics.
Ridiculous! Ludicrous! Far too specific! This would undermine everything!
Personally, I think there should be MORE money in politics. In fact, I say do away with […]
Tomorrow night (Wednesday, December 7th) is the 17th Laughs on Lark Comedy Showcase featuring yours truly along with Matt Kelly, Matt Mitchell, David Boyd, and host Jaye McBride! The show also features members of improv comedy troupe The Mop & Bucket Co. acting out your best (and worst!) holiday memories.
All this for only $5. Show […]
A review of last Friday’s Josh Ritter concert at The Egg. Better late then never, right?
A night after seeing Andrew Bird at the Troy Music Hall, which because of the artist and […]
This is not a book a young man would or could write. There is the sense here of somebody who has seen and considered much, without letting his inner fire cool.
– John Sayles on William Kennedy’s Chango’s Beads and Two Tone Shoes in the Sunday Book Review (
- Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye…
- Listen to me LIVE as guest co-host of Alternative to Sleeping tonight at 10pm!
- Realtors: “WAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH” George Hearst III: “NONONOO SSSSHHH IT’S OKAY, it’s okay…here. Here’s a pacifier.” Kristi: “#oops.”
- Open Mic web series premiere tonight @ Lark Tavern
- Trust Me, You’re Going to Want to See This