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Pole Dancing For Jesus

If you wondered where all the male strippers went from your local gay bars, they are now shaking their hips at church.

At the Christian fundamentalist Stronger Men’s Conference in Springfield, MO, controversy broke out when pastor Mark Driscoll called out pastor John Lindell for allowing a male circus acrobat to perform shirtless on a stripper pole feats of Christian strength.

Posted in: Podcast 2 months ago 0

Chris Condren Does the Space Time Warp Again

One of our favorite oddballs we’ve come across in the decades of doing the Feast of Fun podcast is musician Chris Condren, a comedian whose catchy tunes parody time travel, movie trailers and superstardom.

Today musician, comedian and time traveler Chris Condren joins us to look at 20 seasons of the Feast of Fun, carrying his keyboard in a trash can and the notorious episode “Pagan Christmas.”

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 5 months ago 0

Joel Bryant on Jumping Through Obstacle Courses and Comedy

Today comedian and obstacle course athlete Joel Bryant joins us to chat about racing, lifting, comedy and documenting his travels during the pandemic.

When he’s not working as a comedy host or doing stand up, Joel is dodging giant foam blocks in an American Ninja style race or crawling through the mud in a Tough Mudder.

Posted in: Comedians, Lets Grow Big Together, Podcast 5 months ago 0

Dan Cass vs. the Comedy Machine

When it feels like the whole world is falling apart, the art of comedy can help us laugh and feel better. So why are so many comedy giants bombing spectacularly?

Today Chicago comedian and comedy writer Dan Cass, who has his own comedy special “Drama Boy” coming out soon, joins us to look at the recent comedy icons’ failures to make people laugh.

Listen as we pit Dan against a killer robot from the future to see who can make people laugh harder.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 5 months ago 2

Alton DuLaney: Art & the Art of Gift Wrapping

As the best and only “World’s Greatest Gift Wrap Artist’ Alton leveraged his success into The Great Gift Exchange, an interview style How-To show that ran on YouTube for the holiday season in 2020.

Today artist, curator and the “World’s Greatest Gift Wrap Artist” Alton Dulaney joins us to talk about showcasing the best art in Houston’s airports, and coming up with exhibits that appeal to a wide range of people and political persuasions.

Posted in: Artists, Culture & Style, Podcast 6 months ago 0

Barbie and the Hollywood AI Apocalypse

We’re back! When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. Well, this spring we got a truck full of citrus!

Today we fill you in on our recent adventures and woes, plus take a look at all the celebrity documentary biopics streaming, the new Barbie film and the terrifying world of erotic clown leather fetish, not to be confused with RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Posted in: Podcast 11 months ago 0

Kate Bornstein’s Gender in 4D: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love AI

The world is in crisis- climate change, pandemics, inflation and on top of all that, we’re about to face our greatest threat: the rise of the machines through Artificial Intelligence.

Today Kate Bornstein: author, actor, performance artist, and advocate for teens, freaks & other outlaws joins us to look at the terrifying, hilarious and exciting new frontier of artificial intelligence and how it stands to change our world forever.

Posted in: Podcast, Writers 1 year ago 0

Matt Brown is Mad at Cher, Happy with AI Mariah Carey

Cher better watch her back, cause Matt Brown is ready to steal her new man.

Today comedian Matt Brown, who’s been described as 80% Kathy Griffin and 20% hood rat, joins us to look at Cher’s very famous ex-lovers, Chris Rock’s “Selective Outrage” comedy special and why, despite the best intentions, asking people’s pronouns in the workplace could violate their privacy.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

Year in Review: Set My AI Robot Bussy to Goblin Mode

Data driven corporations are turning our selfies into gorgeous portraits of action movie stars, sexy cyborgs and Russian cosmonauts while paying none of the artists whose work they stole to create it.

What happens when your AI self is sexier than your real self?

Today we look back on the news and topics that shaped our year with two of our favorite comedians Matt Brown who YouTubechannel examines the singing styles of Black divas and Dan Cass who we discovered from his parody of Steve from Blues Clues.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 2 years ago 0

Charlene Unger and Her Big Christmas Poinsettias

Nothing says Christmas like quite Charlene Unger, a demented housewife from Berwyn, Illinois whose bubbly enthusiasm for singing in her nightgowns is paired beautifully with her obsession for growing poinsettias.

Today Peter Mohawk looks back on his career as Charlene Unger as we talk about Chicago’s nightclub and comedy scene in the 90s, sharing a dressing room with Patrick Swayze, and her obsession with poinsettias as a kooky old lady from Berwyn, Illinois.

Posted in: Comedians, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 2 years ago 0