Brooklyn Moon opened in 1995 to provide a place for local writers, poets and comedians to perform.
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Stand-up shows will be held three times a month at local venues The Dog and Duck and Marlene Tavern.
"Yo Taxi" follows the adventures of Pedro, a New York City cabdriver.
Comedian and stand-up show host Khalid Rahmaan takes on his "up and coming" neighborhood.
The Comedy Girls, a duo from the Bronx, argue that SNL needs a stronger Latina presence.
Host Stephen Colbert has been tapped to take over "The Late Show."
The Billie Holiday Theatre will get a multimillion-dollar facelift later this year.
Suzanne Smith offers a slice of NYC life with her comedy, "Saige Winters: My Psychic Life."
The El Barrio-based Violence Intervention Program is holding a show in Inwood.
Murray Hill and his "Rat Pack of misfits" is performing Saturday night.
The rap spoof king is trying his hand at documentary-style comedy in "Studio Heads."
"No Name" will bring a host of comedians to the United Palace Cultural Center on Feb. 26.
"Celebrity Autobiography" will have stars including Tony Danza reading celebs' autobiographies.
Take advantage of the lower population density in the city this week with quirky events around town.
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