Los Angeles Magazine June 2005

Posted: June 20th, 2005 By: | No Comments »

On Pico Boulevard just west of Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘n Waffles is a club called the Comedy Union, which used to be a dentists office and is now L.A.’s premier showcase for black comedians. Among the reasons they like to play the Comedy Union is that it’s one of the only places in town where four or five black comics can perform on the same bill weekend nights. If you look at the schedules for the Laugh Factory, the Comedy Store, and the Improv, you’ll see each has an Asian night, a Latin night, and a Urban night, which is the euphemism for black comedy…

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