Catherine Cohen: Advice from a Hot/Shy Bitch
"It’s no secret to my beautiful fans that I live an incredibly glamorous life. On any given day, I’ll wake naturally around noon, roll over, grab my phone, and scroll through apps until it dies. When my phone is dead, I know it’s time to begin my day."
The best spring comedy in NYC
After a rough winter, we’re guessing you could use a laugh this spring. Fortunately, some of the best comedians are hitting NYC comedy clubs for insane stand-up, sketch and improv sets, and we’ve got the rundown. Check out new material from some of our favorite NYC comedy podcast hosts and big names at these NYC comedy shows.
Upcoming NYC comedy events
Best comedy events in NYC: Critics’ picks
While we're always down to see familiar faces performing comedy at dimly lit, unheated Bushwick bars, sometimes it's nice to go fancy. Badass buddies Mary Beth Barone and Michael Cruz Kayne invite you to the Public Hotel for this well-curated get-down for the cool kids. The opening edition boasts Aaron Jackson, Drew Michael, Mitra Jouhari, Rae Sanni, Gina Yashere and Patti Harrison. Stay after to mix it up with performers, hotel guests and fans at a free party.
Top comedy stories
Sydnee Washington revisits her years as a hard-partying bottle girl
Sydnee Washington may be one of NYC’s most in-demand stand-ups, but living the dream isn’t always lucrative. In her one-woman show, Death of a Bottle Girl, the ferociously funny cohost of The Unofficial Expert podcast returns to the wild decade she spent as a high-earning cocktail server.
Stand-up Kate Wolff launches her rap video Labia Game and her album 11:11
Stand-up comedian. Single Mom. Healer. Tarot reader. And now...rapper? As Kate Wolff triumphantly launches her hilarious, totally-empowering rap video "Labia Game," along with her debut stand-up album 11:11, the goddess of dirty comedy tells us about her journey from telling jokes to spitting flow.
Joel Kim Booster on dating fans and his new comedy album Model Minority
When it comes to hustling, nobody does it like Joel Kim Booster. You can often see the sharp and shady stand-up—who just released a Comedy Central special and the album Model Minority—at multiple venues every night, making merciless observations on race, politics and the secrets of his sex life.