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…be sure to head on out and help celebrate the ten-year anniversary of The Midnite Show (AKA Cock ‘N’ Toast) with a bunch of my good friends.

Read more about the anniversary event here.

Wishing I was home,


A few months ago I had the pleasure of attending the lucha libre/burlesque/comedy variety show that is Lucha VaVOOM. Remember?

Well, Lucha VaVOOM returns to Los Angeles this week with two performances at the Mayan on October 27th and 28th. Don’t live in Los Angeles and still want to see the show? You might be in luck. After Lucha’s two-night stint here, the gang is hitting the road for a handful of out-of-town dates.

Check ’em:

10/31:  San Francisco, CA @ Filmore
11/04:  Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
11/06:  Asbury Park, NJ @ Convention Hall
11/08:  Boston, MA @ Royal Boston
11/09:  New York, NY @ Webster Hall
11/11:  Chicago, IL @ Park West

If you’re anywhere near any of those venues on those dates do yourself a favor and go. You’ll be glad you did. Why? Because Lucha VaVOOM has tiny bits of everything that makes life so great: wrestling, nudity and comedy.

Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself.

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I told you!

So if you’re in L.A. this week, come on out and buy me a beer. Or go to one of the other dates in another city and buy someone who looks like me a beer. Just look for the nearest bald white guy wearing dark-rimmed glasses. There’s a billion of us out there.

Order tickets to Lucha VaVOOM here.

Can’t wait for Wednesday,


…has a younger sister named Cody.

Years ago, I shot her high school senior photos. Today, she appeared as Princess Leia in this short from the New York City-based comedy troupe Improv Everywhere.

Here are a couple of shots of Cody from the mission.

Learn more about this mission from Improv Everywhere here.

All growns up,


…with a few friends.

One of those friends, Lille, wrote about the evening for “OC Weekly,” and I shot a few photos to accompany the article.

Check out the article (and the photos) here.

VaVOOM indeed,


Dave Crosland (illustrator extraordinaire who I worked with on “Heaven, LLC” and “Bad Ideas”) recently appeared in a webisode of “The Variants,” a comedy web series put together by the fine folks at Zeus Comics in Dallas, Texas.

Dave costarred with “PvP” creator Scott Kurtz.

Check it out here:

Good… but not as good as his Rudy impersonation,



Old Poop!