Ludgy is still busy illustrating his COMIXSCAPE project though, and so we finally dug up the video for the many comic fans in our readership …
Dave Tree discusses musical departures, trudging through COVID, and the year upon us.
“According to descriptions of that life, frugal laundrymen saved money by sleeping and cooking meals of white rice in their tiny shops, only occasionally allowing themselves vegetables and meat.”
We did a test run of the live stream on Thursday, which you can see below.
Stay tuned for updates on the big event in which we will speak with Boston archivists Brian Coleman and David Bieber of the David Bieber Archives ...
"The online festival will virtually transport us around the world to see how Honk has manifested across the globe."
"Hong Kong doesn’t only lack animation studios, but more importantly, we’re far behind—homosexual marriages are still illegal."
It’s clear that the Somerville comedian is occupied at a time when many creatives feel stifled.
One of the summer’s soaring sleeper smashes, and should fly with new and old comic heads alike.
“The park should be a place where everyone feels welcome, not a place where Indigenous people are made to feel uncomfortable, erased and demeaned.”
Boston comedians Andrew Mayer and Dan Martin had big album releases planned. Now they’re contemplating what comedy might look like after the pandemic.