It's inevitable. Comics come here (or are from here), hone their skills and then head west in hopes of landing a part on the next According to Jim.No, I'm not bitter. Really. But with comedians Prescott Tolk and Ken Barnard already in L.A.
Just shy of two years ago, comedian Marc Maron hit a real low. "W-T-F"-–a not so radio-friendly acronym pretty much summed up his life at that point: No job, a recent and costly divorce and thoughts of suicide.
Today’s interviewee joined CNN in September 2006 and currently anchors CNN Newsroom during weekend prime-time and serves as a correspondent across CNN programming. He joined CNN after serving as a co-anchor for the 5 p.m.
A few little random things for you today:If you weren't able to make it out to the literary reading series I host and curate, Funny Ha-Ha, you can check out this wonderfully detailed and complimentary writeup from Literary Chicago (although I would like to think I'm much cuter than I look in the pho