Fangirl (or fanboy) out, get serious about Magic: The Gathering or just show off your best Minecraft cosplay.
The Cavalcade of Comics convention will give people a chance to get their geek on and shop for the holidays.
All lesbian and gay comedy show gives audience members the chance to smile and...well, be gay.
The word "Vaudeville" became a common way to describe a form of American variety entertainment after a Louisville troupe was formed in 1871. Award winning comedian Divinity Rose pairs up with renaissance faire sensation John Cowgell (also known as "Pocket the Fool") at the Bard's Town on October 17th for a wild night of interactive comedy, music, and multi-media fun in her new series known as "Vaude in the Ville."
Tonight will be your last chance to sling some shady web on Spidey.
I love comic conventions, and what's better than one that gives to charity?
The Wizard World Comic Con rolled into town this last weekend full of geeky goodness - see a wrap-up here!
The comedic group presented a "roast" of dad musicians with jokes that probably had the represented musicians rolling in their graves.
Be part of the live audience as Divinity Rose records her first live comedy album on August 23 - Must get tickets ahead of time.
Tom Mabe is throwing a monthly comedy party in Fern Creek, Ky where he is recording material for XM radio. The event is invite only but includes $1 drinks, free entry and hilarious comedians.
Step aside Super Man. The University of Louisville’s Ekstrom Library is hosting an exhibition about the Edgar Rice Burroughs character believed to be the world’s first superhero – John Carter. Visit the free exhibit anytime from 9am to 5pm through March 23rd.
The audience got a little wild at the Improv last night, but Jake Iannarino and Dan Cummins kept the under control and in stitches.
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