Vegas for the 30th tomorrow.
Farley Elliott’s Final Manifesto Show
Without Farley Elliott there would be no Comrades and no Manifesto Show! Jen and I are sad to see our co-host, brilliant teammate and best friend go however we don’t get sappy with Farley, we get even…which in this case is booking an entire show with some of his favorite teams, performers and putting him up with whoever wins the lottery slot. This is going to be a wonderful night celebrating one of our absolute favorite people. There is no Comrade like Farlizzle!
First half — 8pm
Danny Cohen’s Greatest Hits/Danny Cohen’s Voyage of Love
Pizza or Donuts
Team Lottery Slot with Farley Elliott - Bring one or more friends and throw your team name in the hat at the top of the hour for the chance to play with Farley Elliott!!!
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Second half — 9:15pm
Casey & Jo Jo Present: Fran Gillespie
Convoy with Berg’s Mom
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We are located at:
The Clubhouse [theclubhouseimprov.com]
1107 N El Centro Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Remember, there’s a TEAM LOTTERY AND a JAM every night, so everyone in the audience will have a chance to play.
We are improv for the people so admission is free, but we urge performers and audience alike to throw a few rubles in the donation bucket. There will also be beer and water available with donation.
— Team Info —
Danny Cohen’s Greatest Hits/Danny Cohen’s Voyage of Love: Danny Cohen and Farley Elliott
Pizza or Donuts: Jake Jabbour, Matt Reid, Ryan Rosenberg
D’artagnan: Scott Neiman, Dicke Copeland and Farley Elliott
Team Lottery Slot with Farley Elliott: Bring your full team or friends and throw your team name in the hat at the top of the hour for the chance to play with Farley Elliott!!!
Scandal!: Lindsey Barrow, Mike Bradecich, Ali Ghandour, Anne Lane, Scott Neiman, Steve Szlaga, Brandon Weaver and Farley Elliott
Comrades: Jen Krueger, Mark David Christenson and Farley Elliott
Casey & Jo Jo Presents Fran Gillespie: Casey Feigh, Joe Hartzler, Josh Simpson & Fran Gillespie
Convoy with Berg’s Mom - Alex Berg, Gay Gasser, Alex Fernie
Downtown Frank - “Look, I know this is a board meeting, but I have one question: bitch, can you fly?”
BAN HIGH CAPACITY ASSAULT HOT DOGS
probably the most american thing I’ve ever seen
I just fell out of my chair laughing at this.
(Source: avisualmemoir, via catmansmuckers)
10 Foods that Los Angeles Does Better than Anywhere Else
If you follow @RidingshotgunLA on Twitter, you may have noticed Roy Choi being a little more ornery than usual recently. For a few days, the Kogi king was prodding back at a New York Times piece that lauds the Big Apple’s taco scene. The opening line — “New York has great tacos, tacos that can go mano a mano with the best of Los Angeles” — was more than enough to get Choi fired up. Now it’s our turn.
Those tried-and-true bicoastal food topics (Pizza in L.A.? Pshaw!) never cease to draw a crowd of angry commenters looking to defend their turf. But what if we took the conversation up a notch, and pulled in every corner of the Union? What foods does Los Angeles do better than the entire rest of the United States? Tacos, obviously — better luck next time, Borough dwellers — but also certain street foods, American classics and lots of delicious pitstops in between.
Here are ten culinary delights that Los Angeles does better than anywhere else in America, with a few local examples to help drive the point home.
read more at LA Weekly…
It’s a safe bet that you didn’t grow up with your mom making galbi jjim at home. What a bummer. The Korean short rib soul food dish is as hearty and life affirming as they come. Eating a long-braised bowl of the stuff is like working your way through a steamy bowl of fresh hugs, one chopstick bite at a time.
read more at OverOverUnder.com…