Weekend Time!

WeekendTime (red moon rising font)

It’s Weekend time! Are you ready? I had a fabulous Thursday night hitting up Mr. C with my uncle and some good friends. Who knew that was such a scene? I highly recommend it for the people-watching. On to weekend plans- who’s gott’em?


Tonight, Friday February 21, 2014, The Comedy Bureau’s Jake Kroeger is hosting Night Cap at Goorin Bros. Hat Shop on Melrose in Hollywood. The show costs $5 and starts at 8:30p. Come see Maria Bamford, Margot Leitman, Baron Vaughn, Andy Peters and more!


On Saturday, February 22, 2014, The Echo is hosting Sock Puppet Sitcom Theater Presents: The Golden Girls! It starts at 8p and tickets are $10. This is going to be awesome.


If you’re looking for something equally as old school but a little more hip+happenin’, Drink:Eat:Play is throwing an 80’s Prom Party at the Fonda starting at 9pm on Saturday. Tickets are $30.


Neil Hamburger has a show on Sunday February 23rd at the Satellite, with guests Nick Flanagan, Jason Rouse, Brody Stevens and Eddie Pepitone! Tickets are $8 and you can get them here.


If hiking is more your thing, what better than to check out Modern Hiker’s beautifully redesigned website, pick a trail and make your Sunday all about nature! And of course stop by Golden Road for a post-hike refreshing beer.

Do This Today: Live Mulaney Taping


Today’s “Do This Today” is not actually happening today, BUT check out John Mulaney’s live show taping in Los Angeles for FREE! Today head over to THIS website and see which show taping dates work for you. This mulit-camera show stars John Mulaney, Martin Short and Elliot Gould. If you have a free afternoon/evening, why not check it out.

Event: Live Mulaney Show Taping (event link)
Location: CBS Radford, 4024 Radford Ave, Studio City, CA 91604
Time: Wednesday February 5, 4pm – 8:30p
Cost: FREE! Get your free tickets HERE!

Skipped Post


It PAINS me that I had to skip today’s Do This Today. So much blog pain. This has been an overwhelming-nonstop-busybusybusy-can’tbreath-gogogo week and thank god it’s almost the weekend. Don’t get me wrong, it’s been good, just a constant speed. I haven’t even had time to walk, which is saying a lot! Any way, I hope you have a fantastic night doing fun cheap things around the city. Fingers crossed that Font Friday will happen tomorrow. My last day of my current job is tomorrow and then I’m on to something new. Next week I should return to regularly scheduled programming.

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes 7/8/13

I hit up the Troubadour this past Monday to see Pete Holmes’ live podcast taping of “You Made It Weird”. This is all great practice for his up and coming show following Conan on TBS, The Midnight Show with Pete Holmes, where he interviews celebrities.

I’m excited to share these photos with you, but I’m going to leave off the show jokes/details so you check out the podcast when it airs 😉


This was my first time checking out the Troubadour, which is normally a music venue. Parking was tricky (I found street parking, but was technically not in West Hollywood).


My friends and I had a decent spot in line, so we were able to snag seating on the first level (they brought in folding chairs for the show). Pete Holmes came out to introduce the podcast.



First he brought out his sidekick, Chris Thayer, who I unfortunately didn’t have a great view of. He’s a comedian who often tours with Pete.


The first guest was the one I was most excited about seeing, John Mulaney (SNL). He was recently picked as the #1 sexiest comedian and I must agree he’s easy on the eyes. He recently got engaged and we get to hear the funny stories about buying the ring and how they got engagement. We also heard some potential exciting news about his pilot/tv show (you’ll have to check the podcast to hear the details!).


Up next was Jason Mantzoukas (The League) where I learned that he wears the same outfit every day. There’s even a twitter account for it.


Sarah Silverman (Sarah Silverman Show, duh) came out next and got an awesome shot of a woman sitting front row who was napping… repeatedly.


This was a VERY large show (lots of guests) so the stage was filling up as Kurt Braunohler (Bunk) took the stage. We got to hear a ‘shrooms story. He’s got a new cd out folks: How Do I Land?



After Kurt, Rob Huebel (Children’s Hospital) came out. He talked a lot about his family and with so many comedians on stage, every one chimed in which was fun.


Last on the filled stage was Anthony Jeselnik. Season 2 of his show (the Jeselnik Offensive) airs Tuesdays at 10:30 on Comedy Central.



What a packed stage! So many headlining comedians in one place! Be sure to check out the podcast when it airs HERE at Earwolf and you can subscribe FREE on itunes HERE.

Do This Today: Arrested Development’s Frozen Banana Stand

Netflix Arrested Development - Red Carpet Premiere

Is everyone as excited as I am for Arrested Development? It’s coming to Netflix in a few short days. If you’re in LA, today is the last day to visit Bluth’s Original Frozen Banana Stand as it’s been doing an America tour. Today it will be in Beverly Hills at the Paley Center from 11am to 6pm  serving up treats. Come celebrate the excitement of a 4th season by eating a Bluth’s frozen banana. The first 96 people who are dressed as “never-nudes” will get a prize. Do it!

Event: Arrested Development’s Frozen Banana Stand (event)
Location: 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hils, CA 90210
Time: Wednesday May 22 2013, 11am-6pm
Cost: Free treats!

Big News

I’m back to being employed as of tomorrow! Don’t worry, I will do my best to post just as often (as much as that will be a challenge). You also know I am one to go out afterwork and make the most of my time, so you will still be kept up to date on all the important Los Angeles info. Now with an income, Ill be able to go to even more events. Win, win, win.

Do This Today: “Velvet Paintings for your Inner Nerd”

Today’s “Do This Today” is take a visit to Gallery 1988. They opened a new exhibit at their Melrose location this past weekend, which I didn’t get to post about due to my technical difficulties. But it’s not too late!  The show name is “Velvet Paintings for your Inner Nerd” by Bruce White and judging from their online gallery it’s awesome. Do you know the character above? It’s none other than Jeri Blank (Amy Sedaris) from Strangers With Candy. Genius. He has plenty of others all on sale. Be sure to stop by Gallery 1988 anytime from 11a-6p today.

Event: Bruce White’s “Velvet Paintings for your Inner Nerd”
Location: Gallery 1988, 7020 Melrose Ave
Time: 11am- 6pm
Cost: FREE
FIY: The exhibit runs from July 27th- Aug 15, so be sure to see it before it’s gone!