Bridgetown Diary, Day 1: My First Time


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Because, fuck it. This is a diary, and I intend to be honest:I have never seen live comedy in Portland before, and I’m a native.Okay, that's not entirely true. My mandatory high school grad night made a stop at Comedysportz before subjecting the whole class to The Wizard of Oz until 4 am.But that doesn’t really count, right? Because it wasn’t voluntary. And I sure as hell can't remember much.Now, ...   More
Friday, May 8, 2015 PARKER HALL

Bridgetown Diary, Day 2: "Yes, I need a ride home."


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I may have made a huge mistake. It's so nice out that I started drinking homebrewed pilsner at 1pm, while watching the Timbers womp Montreal. It's now 7:23 pm, and I am sitting in a tent outside a mediocre burger joint, nursing a pre-hangover beer called DJ Jazzy Hef. Also, I cut my hand on a chair at the weird part where the legs and the plastic connect. I put two Wolverine Band-Aids on it. They appear ...   More
Sunday, May 10, 2015 PARKER HALL

Irrelevant Interviews (Special Extra Edition!): Neil Hamburger

"BIG STORY: Neil Hamburger, is a Great comedian, who would Light up any room, that he walked into, with his Jokes, of Hate.” — Boni Jergen, Volunteer Web Master of Neil Hamburger's Unofficial Site For people who haven't seen the genius of Neil Hamburger, just know this: there are fewer comedians out there that are such top notch entertainers in this day and age. Here is the conversation ...   More
Wednesday, July 7, 2010 Kat Gardiner


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