Tag: Ray DeVito

Don’t Miss “Shoot The Shite” This Saturday, 10pm EST -5 UTC/GMT

Once again, “Shoot The Shite” will be at Creek And Cave this Saturday night at 10pm (delays notwithstanding). The hosts of this monthly comedy show as always are Ray Devito, Ben Kronberg and Nick Cobb. The lineup this month features:

Micheal Somerville (Host of ‘Wingman’ Comedy Central, VH1)
Liam McEneaney (VH1, Comedy Central, ‘Tell Your Friends’ Movie)
Pat Dixon (Comedy Central Presents: Pat Dixon)
Tim Dimond (Pittsburgh Comedy Festival)
Amy Albert (Deliah Dix & Her Bag of Tricks)
Jay Welch (Arms & Hearts Show)

It’s always a fun show to see and I implore you to check it out. For those that think they can’t be there, that’s no longer an excuse. Once again, I’ll be on stage broadcasting the show via our Ustream page. So please watch, laugh and enjoy.

The Julio From NY Show Episode 54: Super Happy Birthday Bowl Sunday

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Show Notes for Episode 54: Super Happy Birthday Bowl Sunday
-Sorry for the autotune song by Ken Darms
-Super Bowl is on my birthday
-Are people who just read really smarter than the average joe?
-TV show cancellations
-Going to a few art exhibits this week (sorry no Sacapuntas this time)
-Wrap up

Background Songs:
New York Minute by Mobile
Let Go by Frou Frou
Amarillion by Data Rock
Two Weeks by Grizzly Bear

Track List provided by Killbeat Music:
Love of One by Lee Harvey Osmond
Die Young by The Danks
Come On Forest Fire, Burn The Disco Down by Rae Spoon
Dessous Les Paves, La Plage by Corbin Murdoch & The Nautical Miles

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The blast I had last night that almost didn’t happen

Since I moved down to Brooklyn, ¡Sacapuntas! became a monthly congregation of comedy that I would trek to. Every month, for around $5.00, I would get to see a stellar cast of comedians, have the time of my life and then possibly mingle with them at the nearby bar, Slainte, after the show. It was a wonderful routine that I looked forward to with fondness and anticipation. However this month looked like it would be without my monthly indulgence due to lack of funds.
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