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Art Extract Podcast Episode 2: Because I Like the Swears

We discuss this fall’s multi-splendored stand-up comedy lineup in Madison and check in on A Room of One’s Own Bookstore.

We discuss this fall’s multi-splendored stand-up comedy lineup in Madison and check in on A Room of One’s Own Bookstore.

This week’s event highlights: 8/24 47th Orton Park Festival. Orton Park. Continues through Aug. 26 with artists including Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-Stars and The Sadies. German Art Students, El Valiente. High Noon Saloon, 5:30 p.m. Giant People, Naomi Punk, New Year’s Gang, The Boneyard. Project Lodge, 7:30 p.m.

8/25 The United Sons of Toil, The Paver, El Valiente. The Frequency, 9 p.m. Afro Zep, Mama Digdown’s Brass Band. Memorial Union Terrace, 9:30 p.m.

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8/26 Poney, Morality Crisis, Dharma Dogs. Revolution Cycles, 8 p.m.

8/28 Paul Otteson. Mickey’s Tavern, 10:30 p.m.

8/29 DJs Nick Nice and Mike Carlson (‘80s Vs. ‘90s Michael Jackson Birthday Edition). Majestic Theatre, 9 p.m.

8/30 Kelly Hogan, Count this Penny. East Side Club, 6 p.m. Comics for Cause (Madison comedy showcase benefitting AIDS Network): Majestic Theatre, 8 p.m.

8/31 UW Cinematheque returns with The Waiting Room, 7 p.m. For a full list of this season’s screenings, click here.

Fall 2012 Comedy Cheat Sheet

Kyle Kinane. Sept 6-8, Comedy Club on State Doug Stanhope. Sept. 19, Comedy Club on State John Oliver. Sept. 21, Barrymore Theatre Natasha Leggero. Sept. 22, Majestic Theatre Hannibal Buress. Sept 29, Barrymore Theatre Jim Breuer. Sept. 30, Majestic Theatre Amy Schumer Oct. 5, Majestic Theatre Hal Sparks and John Fugelsang. Oct. 6, Barrymore Theatre Found Footage Festival. Oct. 7, Majestic Theatre Henry Rollins. Oct. 9, Barrymore Theatre Bill Cosby. Oct. 19, Overture Hall Bob and Tom Show. Oct. 26, Barrymore Theatre Sklar Brothers. Nov 1-3, Comedy Club on State James Adomian. Nov. 8-10, Comedy Club on State.

Listen to some of the comedians discussed in this episode on our Rdio playlist.


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