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Posted on: Apr 12, 2010

Walking into Comedy Works just shy of Larimer Square and 15th Street is like entering a subterranean clubhouse. With a couple hundred of your closest friends.

We like our laughs smart, weird and, now, ethnic

Posted on: Jun 14, 2010

WE'RE CRAZY FOR string quartets, Latino comedians, technicolor dreamcoats - and for some reason - sculpture by George Rickey. A genre-by-genre look at what makes us unique.

We like our laughs smart, weird and, now, ethnic

Posted on: Jun 14, 2010

WE'RE CRAZY FOR string quartets, Latino comedians, technicolor dreamcoats - and for some reason - sculpture by George Rickey. A genre-by-genre look at what makes us unique.

We like our laughs smart, weird and, now, ethnic

Posted on: Jun 14, 2010

WE'RE CRAZY FOR string quartets, Latino comedians, technicolor dreamcoats - and for some reason - sculpture by George Rickey. A genre-by-genre look at what makes us unique.

Moshe Kasher isn’t gay - but he’s close

Posted on: Jun 10, 2010

Moshe Kasher likes girls. He says it all the time onstage - kind of defensively, mostly jokingly, in a slightly self-deprecating pitch that pervades much of his set.

Tom Green: Don’t call it a comeback

Posted on: Jun 08, 2010

To those who weren’t paying attention, it seemed that after Tom Green got testicular cancer and bid farewell to his hugely successful MTV series The Tom Green Show with a special documenting his surgery in 2000, he disappeared off the face of the earth. Hardly.

Stand-up Gal

Posted on: Aug 22, 2009

From cocktail waitress to club owner, Wende Curtis knows the comedy business. Now she wants to spread the laughter beyond Denver with a new club in Greenwood Village, where she's adding fine dining to the menu.