Steven Alan Green

"Legendary" stand-up comedian and writer Steven Alan Green was one of the original Comedy Store comics and famously created a stand-up act where every show was his last. 5,000 farewell performances later, he moved to England and created an international live comedy gala for a drug and alcohol charity launched by Princess Diana. The London Palladium show was broadcast on British television. Steven lives in Hollywood and spends his days writing blogs, comedy for other comedians, screenplays and performs around town. He's also a proud part-time Uber driver.

Homestyle Comedy: The Eggemon Comedy Festival

Well, just when I not only thought I was losing again, but with the advent of the closing of iconic comedy venue Nerd Melt last week, along comes The Eggemon Comedy Festival. Then again, the newest comedy flag is the brainchild of comedy wunderkind Danny Lobell.  And, for a guy who when he was just …

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Both Swiftian and Dickensian, Larry Hankin’s “How To Be Homeless” @ The Fanatic Salon

When one wants to learn the art of living, they go see art. Water Lilies (Nympheas) by Claude Monet, once described as “The Sistine Chapel of Impressionism”, as a random example, taught me that if I did a little studying before taking that young lass to the art museum, I might stand a decent chance of …

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