1. 5 of the Funniest Moments at 92Y in 2013 featuring Jeff Garlin, Sarah Silverman, Billy Crystal, Joy Behar and (yes) Martha Stewart on rolling joints.

  2. As Fresh Air said, today is Mel Brooks day. Tonight is the premiere of Mel Brooks: Make a Noise, part of the American Masters series on PBS (check local listings). It will be available on DVD May 21 from Shout Factory.

    Last week, 92Y presented the first New York screening of it and to celebrate, Mel joined us via Skype and was interviewed with Susan Stroman, director of the hit Broadway musical The Producers, and Robert Trachtenberg, the director of the PBS biography, by Joy Behar. Watch!

  3. If you missed Joy Behar’s Comics with Benefits for Hurricane Sandy relief at 92Y this past Monday, Current TV will be broadcasting the show throughout December starting Friday night. Guests include Larry David, Susie Essman, Colin Quinn, Andy Borowitz, Judy Gold, Mario Cantone, Dee Snider, Darrell Hammond, Wendy Williams and more. Broadcast and donation info here.

    If you missed Joy Behar’s Comics with Benefits for Hurricane Sandy relief at 92Y this past Monday, Current TV will be broadcasting the show throughout December starting Friday night. Guests include Larry David, Susie Essman, Colin Quinn, Andy Borowitz, Judy Gold, Mario Cantone, Dee Snider, Darrell Hammond, Wendy Williams and more. Broadcast and donation info here.

  4. Larry David Returns to 92Y!

    This video clip is from a bonus feature in the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” sixth season DVD with Larry running through the streets of New York (looking suspiciously like Los Angeles) and ending up at 92Y where he is interviewed by co-star Susie Essman.

    We are delighted that both are returning to 92Y on Monday night for Joy Behar’s Comics with Benefits: A Benefit Performance for Hurricane Sandy Relief. Get tickets before it sells out!

  5. Joy Behar previews her upcoming “Comics with Benefits" fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy relief.

    Show happens Dec 10. Tickets and more info here!

    (Source: current.com)

  6. If you’re looking for a way to help hurricane victims and also celebrate laughter and resilience, come to this very special evening at 92nd Street Y.
"Joy Behar’s Comics with Benefits" will feature a rare stand-up routine from Behar herself, as well as comedy from her friends including Andy Borowitz, winner of the first National Press Club award for humor, Emmy-Award winning actress Judy Gold, Darrell Hammond, Susie Essman, Mario Cantone, John Fugelsang, Wendy Williams, Rosie Perez, Sherri Shepherd and Dee Snider in addition to other notable names in the worlds of TV, film, theater and music. Current co-founder Vice President Al Gore and actress and singer Liza Minnelli; Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert and others will appear in special videotaped segments during the event.
100% of the proceeds will benefit two local charities, which are providing hurricane Sandy relief: UJA-Federation of New York, which cares for people in need, and Rebuilding Together, which repairs and renovates damaged homes.

    If you’re looking for a way to help hurricane victims and also celebrate laughter and resilience, come to this very special evening at 92nd Street Y.

    "Joy Behar’s Comics with Benefits" will feature a rare stand-up routine from Behar herself, as well as comedy from her friends including Andy Borowitz, winner of the first National Press Club award for humor, Emmy-Award winning actress Judy Gold, Darrell Hammond, Susie Essman, Mario Cantone, John Fugelsang, Wendy Williams, Rosie Perez, Sherri Shepherd and Dee Snider in addition to other notable names in the worlds of TV, film, theater and music. Current co-founder Vice President Al Gore and actress and singer Liza Minnelli; Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert and others will appear in special videotaped segments during the event.

    100% of the proceeds will benefit two local charities, which are providing hurricane Sandy relief: UJA-Federation of New York, which cares for people in need, and Rebuilding Together, which repairs and renovates damaged homes.