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3/16: Late Night Laughs

Side splitting comedy all night long



    3/16: Late Night Laughs
    Marcus Riley
    "They're quite professional. Sometimes a little more professional than we are," Second City actor John Hartman (middle) said.

    A-LIST FUNNY: Often called the "Harvard of Humor," the Chicago improv comedy troupe known as Second City has so many impressive alumni (Joan Rivers, Tina Fey, Steve Carell), it's pretty safe to say we'll be seeing current members on the big screen any day now. They'll be here tonight through March 28th at the Carnival Studio Theater, performing Second City: Loco In El Show Mas Funny. The show will include sketches, canciones, and improvisation that will all be in Spanglish, paying tribute to America's first bilingual situation comedy, ¿Qué Pasa, U.S.A.? Que funny. 7:30 P.M

    BLITHEFUL BOOKS: If staying home tonight with a good book and a glass of wine is your idea of a good time, don't worry, we have your back. The book you need to be reading is Annabelle Gurwitch's new hilarious and moving memoir. The book tells of one couple's reliance on complaining, co-dependence and a healthy supply of pinot noir to keep their marriage and sanity intact. The book, "You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up," is not only hilarious, but sounds a lot like a few married couples we know ourselves. Books and Books, 8 P.M.

    FUNNY FERGIE: With all the late night drama going on, it's hard to remember that anyone other than ginger kids and big-chinned men don't run after-hours television. Craig Ferguson, one of TV's most beloved men of late night, will be bringing his very special brand of stand-up to South Florida. The Scottish-born comic will be at The Coral Springs Center for the Arts tonight, and his new tour is promising pure hilarity. As the old saying goes, of course, if it's not Scottish, it's crap! 7:30 P.M.