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    Alienating neighbors on WNYC’s Soundcheck


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    Garaging it with Marc Maron

    The Walking Dead’s Tony Moore drew a moment from last night’s episode of Maron. Thankfully nobody is being devoured by a zombie cat.

    The episode, “Boomer Lives,” is on IFC or on IFC.com if you prefer your television in computer form.

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    Shouting at the Screen: Hump Day Edition


    Donwill is headed to SXSW to raid the free merch tents, but he’s promised to return in time for a new Shouting at the Screen on March 26th. New movie and a new location: The Bell House in Brooklyn.

    Shouting at the Screen
    Wednesday March 26th starting at 7:30
    The Bell House
    149 7th Street
    Brooklyn, New York, 11215

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    The Champs Podcast: Wyatt Cenac | The Champs: Neal Brennan and Moshe Kasher

    Talking about a bunch of stuff on The Champs podcast and learning how Moshe Kasher makes coffee.

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    Talking high school with John Roy on his Don't Ever Change podcast

    Neither one of us was voted “best dressed.”

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    Podcast talking about TV writing with JR Havlan


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    January 9th: Shouting at the Screen


    Toinght Donwill is happy to present a new Shouting at the Screen that he feels is close to his heart. While we can’t say what movie we’re showing tonight, he feels this one is the closest to his own personal life story. It’s a very special Shouting at the Screen

    Okayplayer Presents: Shouting at the Screen with Wyatt Cenac and Donwill
    January 9th
    Indie Screen, 289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11211
    Doors: 8:00 PM (pre-party with DJ Tara!)
    Show: 9PM
    Tickets: $10

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    1/22 Comedy Record Recording of Comedy


    Not that I get stopped a lot on the street because I keep my head down, like a running back. But every now and again someone shorter than myself will stop me and ask, “what have you been up to?” It’s sort of a weird question that suggests a closer relationship given that we’re technically strangers and were probably both taught not to tell things to strangers.

    That said, I usually reply that, like them, I didn’t heed that advice and have mainly been talking to strangers… but with the aid of a microphone and the distance of a stage. I’ll also tell them I’ve been spending a lot of time hanging out in bars drinking ripple.

    On January 22nd, I plan to take to the basement of one such bar in Brooklyn to record a comedy album. If you have a pleasant yet boisterous laugh that would sound nice on vinyl, please invite it. (chortlers not welcome*)

    Wednesday, January 22nd at 7:30 & 9:30
    Union Hall
    702 Union St, Brooklyn NY

    *Chortlers are welcome… but please keep the snorts to a minimum.