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billboard.comBillboard on Broadway Podcast: An In-Your-Face 'Sweeney Todd'In the pantheon of musical theater masterpieces, Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd is one of the most revered -- a dark, and often darkly funny, show beloved for its uncommonly witty lyrics and opera-quality score. And for over a year now, the show has been running in very different form at New York's Barrow Street Theatre.
film.avclub.comSuper Troopers 2 is a waste of a highThe original Super Troopers was marketed with the tag line, “Altered State Police.” In the sequel, released some 17 years later, there is a scene in which one of those aforementioned drug-addled cops hallucinates the words “Highway Patrol” reversing to say “Way High Patrol.” If there is any further doubt as to what kind of audience Super Troopers 2 is targeting, consider that it’s being released on 4/20. And if you find any of that alone inherently funny, this film is unquestionably for you.
alternet.orgHow Denver's Mayor Plans to Use Legal Marijuana to Create Affordable HousingIt's a solid blueprint for the rest of the country. In April 2016, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions was still merely a senator from Alabama, the politician made a declaration on marijuana:This drug is dangerous, you cannot play with it, it is not funny, it’s not something to laugh about... and to send that message with clarity that good people don’t smoke marijuana.
dailyviralpost.com21 Funny Dads Who Are Definitely Nailing This Whole Parenting Thing. #8 Is Just Brilliant!Being a parent is an important responsibility, but nobody said you can’t have some fun in the process of raising your kids.These 21 dads are having a great time trolling their babies and kids in3
howdesign.com10 Funny Advertisements Sure to Make You ChuckleAs creatives who works so closely with ad agencies and marketers, it's easy to feel a little jaded when it comes to being a consumer. We get good at blocking out the noise of typical day-to-day ads. That's why we're excited to share these 10 funny advertisements that really stood out to us over the past year.
nme.com10 Stinky Songs That Ruin Classic AlbumsWe’re all aware of those ‘artists’ whose back catalogues are pure anathema to us that suddenly bring out one excellent track that makes us think, “Where the hell did that come from?” But what about those consistently great bands or artists who serve up a stinker? That one bad apple that threatens to turn the rest? Here’s 10 artists and bands we have nothing but respect for that danced into the doggy-do on the rarest of occasions. It’s all subjective of course, but here are some rare chinks in some otherwise immaculate armoury from pop’s illustrious history. The Beatles – ‘Yellow Submarine’ from ‘Revolver’ ‘Revolver’ for many is the greatest album The Beatles ever made, bridging the gap between the rock ‘n’ roll mop tops the world fell in love in the early 60s with the more experimental group of the later decade that would push pop boundaries. It’s easy when explaining this to forget the Goonish and daft ‘Yellow Submarine’. For all the magnificent accolades the band have received over the years, being the most famous exponents of one-dodgy-track-per-album syndrome is probably the least welcome; think ‘Within You Without You’ on Sgt Pepper, ‘Revolution 9’ on the White Album… think pretty much anything sung by Ringo and you’re immediately reaching for the skip button. Jimi Hendrix Experience – ‘EXP’ from ‘Axis: Bold as Love’ Comedy dates, as does technology – and comedy based on new technology is doomed to appear old hat before it’s even left the pressing plant. Hendrix might have been the best guitarist the world has ever known, but ‘Axis: Bold As Love opening track ‘EXP’ – a song that mocks up an interview about flying saucers complete with sped-up voices and experimental stereo panning – proved Jimi was wise not to give up the night job for a new sketch-writing career. Even the most hardy Jimi fan would surely drop the stylus on second track ‘Up From the Skies’ for ever more. And really, why did that generation think sped-up voices or people being hastily chased around a field in a milk-float at twice the normal speed was so funny anyway?Simon and Garfunkel – ‘Why Don’t You Write Me’ from ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ One of the great things about’ Bridge Over Troubled Water’ is the fact it contains some of the duo’s most poignantly beautiful songs – from the title track to ‘The Only Living Boy In New York’. And the second great thing about Bridge Over Troubled Water is the cover illusion: if you look at it when you’re stoned, Paul Simon’s hair turns into an Art Garfunkel military moustache. Well, it did in my student days anyway. The only thing wrong with ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ is ‘Why Don’t You Write Me’ – a farcical nothing of a tune where Paul Simon has a stab at reggae and fails dismally. He later nailed it with ‘Mother and Child Reunion’ which just goes to prove that nobody is perfect, not even Paul Simon. …Continue reading »