Maria Bamford has emerged over the last year as one of the most critically revered comics -- especially among her peers -- in the country while bravely addressing the stigma of mental illness as part of her act.
Read Whole Story
I always end up in the kids free area of the backyard near the grill and cooler, patting the dog and wondering why my friend's husband said I had a boob job.
"When I get back to LA I'm going to have to go see my doctor because I've been feeling really... attracted to him."
I was nervous for my show at the Women in Comedy Festival. Arriving to the venue on Barbara-time (half an hour early), I had plenty of time to scope o...
Judging by the audience reaction, at the end of night one the Women in Comedy Festival was off to a raucously good start.
WICF doesn't have a lineup of comics who are "funny for a girl," but simply an amazing, strong lineup of hilarious, acclaimed comics from all over the country.
I hope you will join me on this ride of twists, turns, jumps, dips, and inevitable lady part jokes. Let women reign and the people laugh. Let my people laugh!
Politicos may lay claim to 2010 as Year of the Woman, but if the Fourth Annual Women in Comedy Festival is any indication, they may have to hand that title over to the Year of the Funny Woman.
It's day one of the Women in Comedy Festival and I can't wait to be back in Boston.
Our friend Dylan Gadino from Punchline Magazine made the wise choice to attend the 3rd Annual Women In Comedy Festival this past weekend, and he got t...
Get top stories and blogs posts emailed to you each day.