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August 30, 2009 | Gina Piccalo
First in a series of occasional articles about how alternative comedy is fueling Hollywood. Four years ago, Harris Wittels was just another alternative-comedy nerd with big dreams, the kind of guy who started doing stand-up in junior high, revered the sketches on HBO's "Mr. Show" and could recite the late comic Mitch Hedberg's bits from memory. Now the 25-year-old tours with Louis C.K., hangs out with alt-comedy princess Sarah Silverman and writes for NBC's Amy Poehler comedy "Parks and Recreation."
September 13, 2009
Nice article on alt-comedy. ("The Comedy Pipeline," Aug. 30) Alt to what? Being funny? Alt-comedy princess Sarah Silverman? Somewhere there is a 7-Eleven missing a good clerk. A.J. Kallungi Kernville, Calif.
September 23, 2010
More than 300 authors will read and present at the West Hollywood Book Fair, one of the preeminent publishing events on the West Coast. It'll cover fiction, poetry, graphic novels, science fiction, mystery and YA with guests including new memoirists Sarah Silverman and Molly Ringwald. West Hollywood Park, 647 San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood. 10 a.m. Sunday. Free.
August 30, 2012
The party game Celebrity would be ever enlivened by the presence of actual celebrities. This being L.A., here's your chance. Sarah Silverman, Josh Homme, Busy Philipps and others join up for a round of "Celebrity Celebrity" to benefit the childhood cancer charity Pablove Foundation. Largo, 366 N. La Cienega Blvd., L.A. 8 p.m. Sun. $50-$250.
December 10, 2006
IT constantly baffles me how certain performers become critic's pets. Currently, we have Sarah Silverman, Catherine Keener, Steve Carrell and now, Jack Black ["Funny in Love," Dec. 3]. I'm not saying that all or any of them aren't talented, but it is confounding how uncritical and worshipful outlets such as the Los Angeles Times are to these figures regardless of the quality of their current works. JOE STEMME Culver City
July 15, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman have broken up, their publicists said Monday. "Jimmy and Sarah have no further comment," said Kimmel's spokesman, Lewis Kay. Silverman's publicist, Amy Zvi, also confirmed the breakup but didn't immediately respond when asked for further details. The pair dated for five years. Earlier this year, they took the Internet by storm with a video duel. Silverman, 37, debuted a clip of her and Matt Damon singing about their fake love affair on Kimmel's ABC late-night show "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and Kimmel, 39, later responded with a star-studded video declaring a romance with Damon's best friend, Ben Affleck.
January 13, 2014 | By Ellen Olivier
The event: ”Help Haiti Home,” staged by Sean Penn & Friends and presented at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills by Giorgio Armani to benefit the J/P Haitian Relief Organization. Anderson Cooper served as host and ceremonies ended with a surprise performance by U2. The scene: Held on Golden Globes weekend, the affair Saturday brought out a generous helping of A-listers, some of whom bid generously enough at the live auction to bring the gala's proceeds to a whopping $6 million.
November 11, 2005 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
Sarah Silverman has a bright, toothy smile; a sweet, innocent demeanor; and the most outrageously impious sense of humor of any comedian working today. And I don't just mean she's dirty. (She's filthy.) She makes fun of things other comedians wouldn't acknowledge, let alone mock. It's easy to misunderstand Silverman (if you're inclined to), as the head of an Asian American watchdog group did when he publicly denounced her for using an ethnic slur in a joke on network television.
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