I'll be holding an intervention at for true crime, not because I hate it, but because I love it too much.
Live comedy is finally back indoors! Join us as we talk crap about monumental historical moments that we didn't research thoroughly enough probably!
For our final virtual comedy show, don't skip out on the first-ever School's Out! Join your favorite Alaska comedians as we impart sage advice to the latest graduating class. Click the image for the Facebook event.
My new Anchorage Daily News article about dog-sledding indie game The Red Lantern is out, for which I received a self-righteous email from PETA! One of the careers I thought about having when I was younger was video game journalist, so it was cool to get to work on this.
I’m on the front page! Pick up a copy of the Anchorage Press to read my preview of The Great North, the new animated comedy from the writers of Bob's Burgers set right here in Alaska! Or read it online by clicking the image.
The worst year in modern history is finally coming to an end! Tune in to the FU 2020 online comedy show and join your favorite Alaska comedians as we bid farewell to the last 365 days of nightmares. Click the image for the Facebook event.
After some back and forth, I'm thrilled to announce that all five episodes of our show Matt & Megan are finally available on Amazon Prime Video! Binge the series to support independent filmmaking!
Ironically, we can't do our annual Not So Dearly Departed Show, an event where Alaska comedians pretend they're dead and read their own eulogies, in person because we'd all very much like to survive COVID-19. But we can have it online! Just pretend we're contacting you from beyond the grave by possessing your computer. Click the image for the Facebook event.
Typically this time of year is when we'd have our annual Summer School for Drunks comedy show. Of course we can't do that now because of COVID-19. But we can follow the lead of real schools and go online! So have a drink and maybe learn a few things with your favorite Alaska comedians all from the comfort of your own home at Distance Learning for Drunks! Click the image for the Facebook event.
It was one of my greatest pleasures to interview Jo Koy. They say never meet your heroes, but he was incredibly friendly and gracious with his time. You can either pick up a copy of the Anchorage Daily News for the story, but I recommend checking out the online version as it's a much more in-depth interview than what was printed.