Sara Schaefer interview
The former Nikki & Sara Live co-host talks gender representation and toilet naps
Ari Shaffir interview
January is a busy month for Ari Shaffir, who’s ignoring the deep freeze and airing both a new stand-up special and hosting a storytelling series on Comedy Central
Best comedy shows of 2014
The absolute best of New York’s stand-up, improv and sketch shows from 2014
Joke of the week
Every week, New York’s funniest comics give you their best dirty jokes, one-liners, gags and zingers
The 10 funniest women in NYC
Meet the ten local stand-ups, scribes and performers you need to know right now
Best comedy events in NYC: Critics’ picks
This spirited improv troupe weaves beat-boxing and freestyle verse into its long-form. Expect more raps about office life than thug life.
The Business NYC
A team of four promising comics—Alex Koll, Michelle Wolf, Kara Klenk and Jared Logan—produces this biweekly New York edition of the popular West Coast stand-up showcase. Use promo code "BUSINESS" for $10 tickets.
Upcoming NYC comedy events
Night Train with Wyatt Cenac
This weekly offering, hosted with a cool head and a warm heart by former Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac, welcomes great young New York comics and noteworthy out-of-towners.
This revered weekly show features lots of worthy local stand-ups and often one or two big names, thanks to the draw of the top comedy giant.
Top comedy stories
Michael Che interview
The Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update star is back onstage at Carolines and spreading the news like a pro
W. Kamau Bell interview
The politically minded comic returns to NYC to share his brand of enormously likeable satirical comedy
Eddie Pepitone’s New Year’s Eve survival guide
The self-eviscerating comic is here to help you get through the craziest night of the year
Chris Rock interview
With Top Five, the comedic heavyweight becomes a writer-director we need to take seriously
Bobby Moynihan interview
Let’s give three (holiday) cheers to the man behind Saturday Night Live’s Drunk Uncle, Bobby Moynihan
Gilbert Gottfried interview
The man with the most famous voice in comedy is back to tear New York a new one