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What to do in Ottawa March 22 to 28

Wednesday, March 25

Find your inner femme archetype at the art of feminine erotic dominance workshop, with practical discussions about psychology, techniques and even fashion, 6:30 p.m., Venus Envy. 796 more words

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Mike Ward to host Just for Laughs Nasty Show

The Pitbull of Comedy has been muzzled. Time for the Rottweiler of Raunch to growl.

Change has come to the Nasty Show, unarguably the Just for Laughs festival’s most successful and most enduring series. 1,100 more words

Local Arts

5.7-5.9 Gilbert Gottfried At Seattle's Parlor Live

Gilbert Gottfried is best known for his unmistakable voice and telling some of the dirtiest jokes known to man. A former cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” Gilbert is a regular guest on “The Tonight Show,” “The Howard Stern Show” and “Comedy Central’s Roasts.” You have seen him in the films “Beverly Hills Cop II,” “Problem Child,” “Problem Child II,” and “Look Who’s Talking II.” After his stellar performance as the wise cracking parrot, Iago, in the Disney classic “Aladdin,” Gottfried became one of the most recognizable voice-over talents in Hollywood. 9 more words


Colossal Podcasts

“Podcasting is great. Total freedom.”
Bill Burr

This past week, as I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve been under the weather. My concentration has been limited, so I’ve been spending my time listening to Podcasts. 266 more words


Gilbert Gottfried: Interview with the slightly mad man

Gilbert Gottfried was a cast member on Saturday Night Live so briefly (one season) and so long ago (1981), that many people have probably forgotten he was ever on it. 834 more words

Local Arts

What to do in and around Ottawa this week, and beyond: March 15 to 21

Monday, March 16

Everyone can try seal pie, bison sliders, Arctic berries and bannock at the Arctic Food Fair this March Break (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), then watch a movie about the caribou, bears and wolves of the Arctic park Tuktut Nogait (after 2 p.m.) and try out some Inuit games, Canadian Museum of Nature. 1,024 more words

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Night of Too Many Stars Highlights

Last night was Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars. Founded by Robert Smigel and hosted by Jon Stewart, the show raises money for children and adults with autism.  426 more words