Sen. Bernie Sanders is not boring. That’s the thesis — and title — of a recent Funny or Die video starring comedian James Adomian. The two-minute video, released on the comedy website on June 22, has since gone viral, making Adomian the early front-runner for best Sanders impression of the 2016 election cycle.
After almost 50 years of entertaining audiences with her original characters and humorous, often poignant turns on film and TV, Tomlin still happily discusses her long career with fresh enthusiasm.
We’ve all been there. You open up Facebook or Instagram and are hit with a barrage of photos of your friends’ kids. After the fifth or sixth one, though, you’re probably all “oohed” and “awed” out. But what can you do? Enter Parent Co.
As Caitlin Canty unwinds over a glass of wine recently, she is calm, engaging, and eminently present. Being back home in Vermont has given her a brief respite from the frenetic schedule she’s been living since she began recording Reckless Skyline back in the fall of 2013.
By JIM SABATASO | STAFF [This interview originally appeared in the January 24, 2013, edition of the Rutland Reader.] Caitlin Canty doesn’t get stage fright. Behind her guitar, the Proctor-born singer-songwriter is all confidence and grace — comfortable in her own skin and her own voice. Fearlessness is a quality that serves a professional musician…