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Well, for crying out loud. If you can't trust somebody who deals with the dead on a daily basis, who can you trust? I mean seriously, I ask you...is there no decency left in this world? I didn't hear from him all day on Friday, which was
The 25 Most Stylish Comedians of All Time
Most stand-up comedians get a free style pass. They're funny, but do they really need to look good? Well, no, they don't have to do anything. But it certainly helps. Here, we present the funnymen who are serious about getting dressed, from the suited icons of the '60s to today's tailored kings
LENNY BRUCE United Artists LP Released 1967
Over the past 40 years, this material has been out many times under many different names but this LP was the first release of Lenny Bruce recordings from his February 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall. Although this is less than 30 minutes of the close to 2 hour performance, the bits are all five star Lenny at his best. Released on the United Artists label in 1967 it was simply titled "Lenny Bruce" and featured back cover liner notes by Paul Krassner, who edited Lenny's autobiography…
Comedian Lenny Bruce Memorabilia at Auction
The auction is being held to raise funds for Lenny's House, a non-profit recovery house for women healing from addiction. This is the first time the...
'The Trials of Lenny Bruce'
Stand-up comics can say pretty much anything these days -- no matter how obscene or offensive their material -- thanks in no small part to Lenny Bruce. In the late 1950s and early '60s, the iconoclastic comedian often found himself in trouble with the law for saying whatever was on his mind. NPR's Juan Williams reports on a new book detailing Bruce's legal battles.
Lenny Bruce and his ill-fated Sydney tour
A new Sydney play tells the story of American comedian Lenny Bruce and his ill-fated trip to Sydney in 1962, when his tour was shut down for being blasphemous and obscene.