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Sunday Funny Sunday

Thank heavens for the existence of web video series. It wasn’t so long ago that television was considered the only respectable serialized video medium. But with successful comedy entries like Wainy Days and Children’s Hospital, the online market has now become so attractive that many established artists—like Friends’ Lisa Kudrow, in the popular Web Therapy—are […]

Urban Planner: April 2, 2012

LECTURE: Elizabeth Diller, the lead architect for the phenomenally popular High Line Park in Manhattan, is speaking tonight as part of the Daniels 2011-2012 Public Lecture Series. Diller and her firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro were also involved in renovating New York City’s Lincoln Center For the Performing Arts. She’ll be speaking about the hows […]

Branching Out at the Market

In the holiday special A Charlie Brown Christmas, Charlie Brown doesn’t find his inspirational Christmas tree among hundreds displayed behind temporary fencing in the parking lot of a hardware conglomerate or a big box grocery store. Good grief, no. As overwrought with anxieties as he may be, Charlie Brown realizes, if the true meaning of […]

Urban Planner: August 15, 2011

In today’s Urban Planner: the theatre, music, and film communities are resting after SummerWorks, the ALL CAPS! festival, and the Bicycle Film Festival (and Kevin Smith’s Red State is sold out), so we’re going with an all-comedy lineup that includes film courtesy of the Geek Love crew, sketch from She Said What, and standup care of Laughable.

Urban Planner: May 16, 2011

In today’s Urban Planner: Toronto Tweeters meet IRL; the 11|HOTscrawlsFestival debuts new plays-in-progress; Joan Rivers talks about her half-century in “the biz”; Lion King actors lose the fur for a one-night-only performance of Art; Nick Flanagan launches a new comedy night; and Makeout Videotape headline a Snakes and Ladders showcase.