The Borowitz Report

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Humorist Andy Borowitz, of The Borowitz Report, talks about finding comic inspiration in the latest headlines. And he previews his upcoming show at Caroline’s: "Next Week’s News."

Events: Andy Borowitz will be delivering "Next Week’s News"
with special guests, including Amy Sedaris and Mike Barbiglia
Thursday, May 24 at 8 pm
Caroline’s on Broadway
1626 Broadway, between 49th and 50th Streets
For tickets, visit the Caroline’s website.


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Comments [4]

Connie from Westchester

I loved the interview with Frank Stella (great New England accent). The slideshow doesn't move beyond the first model for the chapel, however. I tried it forward pointing arrow shows.

May. 23 2007 01:05 PM
Lauran from Manhattan

The pairing of politicians and pop stars is an excellent commentary on society. You should look at Miguel Covarrubias' caricatures in Vanity Fair in the 1920's and 1930's, titled "Impossible Interviews," that did just that. Examples are Senator Smith W. Brookhart vs. Marlene Dietrich and Clark Gable vs. Edward, Prince of Wales"

May. 23 2007 12:27 PM
fj rudy from brooklyn, ny

bill richardson, running for the democratic nom, is half-mexican. how could lopate and borrowitz both forget him?

May. 23 2007 12:25 PM
Adele Gallo from Syosset

Reporting the news that has yet to happen is fun. I personally like to observe the coincidence of famous people who die. I always remember that the Shah of Iran and Peter Sellers died the same day. Did they meet at the pearly gates?

May. 23 2007 12:18 PM

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