(Probably the things include verbs as well.)
City Paper in Philadelphia wrote this.
This article was intended to get people out to the shows in Philly last week, so if you read it then and it worked, hurrah!
And if you’re just reading it now and sad that you don’t have a time machine, it’s okay because it’s still a nice article.
Brandeis Magazine wrote this.
This article won’t make you feel bad about lacking sci-fi technology, I think. Enjoy!
Welcome to all those who might already have purchased Vegan Mind Meld (and welcome others who have yet to decide/e-newcomers/accidental web-tourists, etc.)…
If you haven’t gotten the album yet, some reasons why other people think it’s a good idea:
This is Punchline Magazine’s top ten list.
This is Balls to the Wall’s.
This is Showbiz Monkeys’.
This is Treblezine’s.
This is Cornfed Critic’s.
This is Dusted Magazine’s.
This is the Serious Comedy Site’s.
This is About.com’s.
This is Dr. Bristol’s.
It also ended up being one of iTunes’ top 10 best-selling comedy CDs of the year.
(Though they don’t want me to show you a link. Or I couldn’t find one.)
Thanks! For reading/listening/enjoying/browsing/buying/supporting/writing/whatever you’re doing, whoever you are.
Punchline Magazine writes “Myq Kaplan: Comic to Watch in 2010.”
(Plus many more words elaborating, which you can read when you click.)
Time Out New York’s year-end comedy review says “Cerebral stand-up Myq Kaplan and heartwarming storyteller Adam Wade sit head-and-shoulders above their peers [as] most promising young talents.”
Thanks, nice publications!
PS Bonus link to click on here: Caroline’s blogger interviews Myq about his 2009 NY’s Funniest Standup win.
This information is being given out on a need-to-know basis, and apparently you need to know, that Myq is on a list of “Young Comedians You Need to Know.”
Of course, if you’re finding out about this information HERE, you probably already knew. But did you know that you NEEDED to know?