Saturday, June 22, 2024

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Comedians have a professional obligation to keep up with current events, which is how their monologues and satire help keep all of us so informed. For instance, did you know the T will be doing a yearlong test of late-night weekend hours? It’s true. The last trains will soon leave downtown stations at about 2:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights to accommodate people who are out late enjoying (and reviving) area nightlife.

That would be March 28, Rachel Klein, blogger about improv comedy, theater and other arts.

Jenny Zigrino, standup comic, vintage clothing hoarder and maintainer of this website also kinda knows what’s what:

It’s a holiday in which Jews gather to eat and talk about that rare time someone didn’t like them because they were Jewish, Jenny. Toward the end there are cookies.

But one should never be made fun of for seeking to become more informed, which is why Zigrino gets a bonus tweet this week in which she again shows how she’s a seeker of wisdom:

She should consider meeting up with Cantabrigian comic Mike Zakarian, who has wisdom to spare:

Niraj Shah, a Cantabrigian and regular at clubs such as The Comedy Studio in Harvard Square (where he performs April 2) and ImprovBoston in Central Square (his website and calendar are here), may not have aphorisms to dispense, but he does have a good suggestion for all the game developers in the area:

Meanwhile, Boston writer, actress, and standup comedian Danielle Soto (who’s at the Comedy Studio on April 17) just goes on living life:

But the final word this week should go to Mickey McCauley, a Baltimore transplant and Boston comedian (who’s at the Studio on April 10):

https://twitter.com/Mickey_McCauley/status/444133876651548673

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Who are the funniest people we should be following and retweeting? Let us know via email or in the comments.