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Kevin James is Back on TV in "Kevin Can Wait"

TELEVISION | Sep 19
Kevin James is back on network television after nearly a decade. The comedian talks about his new series.

Undaunted by Hack, Rogen & Goldberg Throw A 'Sausage Party'

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Aug 12
In the crudely funny but not crudely animated R-rated comedy "Sausage Party," Rogen and Goldberg are again pushing the limits of today's risk-adverse Hollywood - and Sony is still backing them.

'Looking' Actor Frankie J. Alvarez Sad To See HBO Series End

TELEVISION | Jul 31
On July 23 HBO premiered "Looking: The Movie," a feature-length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco. Eighteen episodes were produced over two seasons.

A Cartoon Series Brings Laughs to Raging Immigration Debate

TELEVISION | By Frazier Moore | Jan 1
Let's get one thing straight: Donald Trump is not a consultant to "Bordertown."

Bisexuality is a Laughing Matter in New Film

MOVIES | By JW Arnold | Nov 7
"When it comes to politics or cultural identity or sexual identity, I needed people to understand that there are different shades of grey," explained actress, writer and executive producer Jezabel Montero.

Matthew McKelligon Slays in 'You're Killing Me'

MOVIES | By Tom Tietjen | Nov 7
"You're Killing Me" is this season's most talked-about slasher film. It takes a giant personality to stand out among such a talented cast, but newcomer Matthew McKellingon manages to shine like a mirror-polished knife.

Comedy in Dallas? Cho Enough!

NATIONAL | By Jenny Block | May 5
Margaret Cho is heading to Dallas for shows at the Addison Improv May 8-10, and she shared her thoughts about women's bodies, LGBT rights and bullying.

Boston Hosts 7th Annual Women in Comedy Festival

CELEBRITIES | By Winnie McCroy | Apr 22
Funny women and their fans head to Boston today for The 7th Annual Women in Comedy Festival, held from April 22-26 in various venues in Cambridge and Boston.

Queer Comic Jordan Pease on Lust and Love

CULTURE | By Michael Cox | Mar 18
We sat down with Jordan Pease, the queer comic who left central New Jersey about five years ago to make a name for himself in Los Angeles, the land where every nobody is a somebody and the somebodies won't take your phone calls. But will he make it here?

Look At Me, I'm Sandra B. -- A Conversation with A Career Iconoclast

NATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Feb 28
Sandra Bernhard always swims against the tide. The epitome of an iconoclast, Bernhard revels in being the edgy provoker to a complacent society.

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