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Monday Jul 21 | Outblush

Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle

Kinda overshadowed by memoirs written by more media-covered comedians , Rachel Dratch's Girl Walks into a Bar .

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Related Topix: Books, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?

Mon Jul 14, 2014

Publishers' Weekly

SNL Writer Reaches the Right Readers at the Right Time

Coming three years after Tina Fey's New York Times bestselling Bossypants and before the much-anticipated release of Amy Poehler's memoir, Yes Please , former Saturday Night Live and Comedy Central writer and Second City Theater alumnae Cindy Caponera's new self-published book, I Triggered Her Bully , appears to have found the right readers at the ... (more)

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Related Topix: Comedy, Entertainment, Television, Saturday Night Live, Books, Celebrities, Amy Poehler, Publishing, Media, Tina Fey, New Times, Theater, Arts

Breitbart.com

Queen of Comedy Is Melissa McCarthy, Not Overrated Tina Fey

Although I panned "Tammy," my review did open with the line, "Like Lou Costello, Groucho Marx, and Jack Benny, Melissa McCarthy can't not be funny."

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

New York Post

The real queen of comedy is Melissa McCarthy, not Tina Fey

Tina Fey is the queen of comedy. We know because they've said so over at Vanity Fair, the Huffington Post, the Guardian, the Daily Mail and even in this paper.

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Related Topix: Identity Thief, Admission, The Heat, Melissa McCarthy, Books, Comedy, Entertainment, Television, Saturday Night Live

Mon Jul 07, 2014

Joystiq

Join Joystiq at GaymerX2 this weekend

What are you doing this weekend? If you have some spare time and live around San Francisco, you're invited to hang out with Joystiq Editor-in-chief Ludwig Kietzmann and Managing Editor Susan Arendt at GaymerX2! Our dashing managerial duo is hosting and speaking on a panel called " Yes, and? An improvised approach to inclusion ," which introduces a ... (more)

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Related Topix: Books

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