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Is Indy’s Comedy Scene Dead?

“It’s getting harder and harder to get people out of their living rooms. Netflix has brought awareness to stand-up comedy, but it also makes people think they can stay home and watch it on their big, expensive TVs.”

Lewis Black
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Lewis Black: Q&A

“I go after the Republicans. I go after the Democrats. I go after everybody.”

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Q&A: Adam Carolla on His New Paul Newman Racing Documentary

“Honestly, I really do feel like if Paul were alive, I would love to just sit down and watch this movie with him,” says Carolla. “I don’t think he’d necessarily appreciate a retrospective on his film career, but I think he would love this movie.”

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John Green Among Celebrities Announced for Snakepit Ball

‘Tis the season for month-of-May celebrity announcements in Indianapolis, and the latest comes from the organizers of the 2015 KeyBank 500 Festival Snakepit Ball.

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The Replay: Larry Bird, Nick Kroll, and Purdue Basketball

“Larry Bird” makes a return appearance on Comedy Central’s The Kroll Show.

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Jim Irsay Makes His South Park Debut

In the show’s season opener, Irsay played the de facto leader of a shadowy cabal of NFL owners.

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Comedy Central Show Parodies DePauw University

The episode featured scientist Percy Julian but focused on his struggles with the campus’s treatment of black students rather than his academic success.