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Watch Sarah Silverman explain Judaism and Christianity .     She likes to be provocative. This bit may be controversial, but remember that it's just comedy, and she ends the segment by saying, "That's not nice." In any case, it's relevant to all of the families that celebrate...

Annie started writing and performing stand up comedy two years ago and was thrilled to continue in college. Annie feels stand up is some of the most fun she has ever had and hopes to become a comedy writer in the future. She is currently...

 Jacob Bellotti is an up-and-coming comedy writer who recently graduated from Syracuse University. He grew up where everything happens: the great state of New Jersey. Throughout his childhood, he loved television, film, and comedy more than anything else. He decided to pursue a career in the...

Jewish Humor & Satire Presents: Virtual Comedy Café Sunday, April 19 & Thursday, April 23 from 7:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m. Live Streaming on YouTube at virtualcomedycafe.com Sponsored by the Syracuse University Winnick Hillel Center, the Jewish...

https://nyti.ms/2WsNgqv The New York Times ON COMEDY Marc Maron and the Comedy of Doubt In a special recorded last year, the standup proved prescient by focusing on his uncertainty in the face of daunting world moments. Maron is the rare standup to ask big existential questions in his work. Credit...

I love to teach in the age of alternate facts. Half the kids are texting. The other half -- surfing the web. Melissa’s eating lunch. Daisy’s sleeping. Chad has a hangover. The class clown walks in. He’s like, “Hey, Dude.” So I say: “Pop quiz!” Everything stops. I say: Translate: Di...

Harpo was funny both silent and speaking, as his autobiography shows. Once, he says, he received a fortune cookie that read: YOU TALK TOO MUCH. SILENCE IS GOLDEN....