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Amy Schumer drove home another win this week, nabbing a spot on Forbes’ round up of the ten highest-paid comics—the first time a woman has ever cracked the list.
A small army of Redditors has been steadily trying to destroy the Amazon ratings of Amy Schumer’s new book of essays, “The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo”, reported TheWeek.com.
It’s official: Comedy Central has canceled “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore”, after almost a year and a half on air.
In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, “This American Life” creator Ira Glass and comedian Mike Birbiglia talked comedy, improv, the creative process and what it means to give up on your dreams in a discussion about their new movie, “Don’t Think Twice.”
Not that it should come as any surprise, but Vulture’s recent list of “The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy” merely affirms the widespread assumption that much if not most of what passes for contemporary humor was and remains directly or indirectly forged out of the tragicomedy of Jewish culture. With roots going back to the Old World badkhns through Yiddish vaudeville and Catskills tummlers, today’s comedy is Jewish through and through.