Thomas Devaney's new book of poems charts his complicated relationship with his home city of Philadelphia. Then, 1812 Productions, a local political satire group.
Air Date: December 24, 2019 10:00 amListen 49:01
Reflection services are set for Dec. 21.
1 month ago
The South Philadelphia native spoke at an anti-violence meeting last week.
1 month ago
A reporter eavesdrops on the give-and-take in the writers’ room during prep for the stage spoof 1812 Productions has produced over the holidays for the past 14 years.
2 months ago
Joel Hodgson joins Marty to talk about his career, the humble beginnings of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and saying goodbye to his robot friends.
Air Date: October 25, 2019 10:00 amListen 49:01
What did Neil Armstrong really say when he took his first step on the moon?
6 months ago
The funny, freckled face of Alfred E. Neuman is more or less retiring.
7 months ago
Elshieky talks with Marty about growing up in Benghazi and working as a comedian in the U.S. Then - Marty will discuss the ins-and-outs of Trump's tariffs on Mexican products.
Air Date: June 7, 2019 10:00 amListen 49:00
Regan has been "killing" on the road pretty much nonstop since the 1980s. And he also keeps his act clean — free of profanity or explicit jokes.
9 months ago
Researchers say computer learning looks for patterns, but comedy thrives on things hovering close to a pattern and veering off just a bit to be funny and edgy.
10 months ago
The annual Fringe Festival presenter kicks off Blue Heaven, a two-day comedy festival with 10 performances of stand-up, performance art, and a live podcast recording.
12 months ago