An Honest Moment in Aspen

July 30, 2010

I performed at this year’s Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival and here is a clip of things not going as I carefully planned. The experience for most involved was still enjoyable.

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Hari Kondabolu Headlines Boston for the First Time!

July 29, 2010

Tell your friends in Boston that I’ll be headlining Mottley’s Comedy Club on Friday July 30th and Saturday July 31st! WHAT: Hari Kondabolu Headlines in Boston for the FIRST Time WHERE: Mottley’s Comedy Club (61 Chatham Street) WHEN: July 30th and 31st, 8pm COST: $20 ADVANCE TICKETS: http://www.ticketfusion.com/store/one/index.html?store_id=13353&master_store_id=13353&page_type=master_ticket&show_id=516592&qid=10770374370&cidAGES 21 and Over (Bethany Van Delft and […]

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Hari Kondabolu Interviewed on MTV Iggy

July 28, 2010

For those of you who missed it, I have a pretty long two-part interview up on MTV Iggy in preparation for this year’s Unification 2010 on August 14/15th at Joe’s Pub in NYC. Photo taken by Mindy Tucker. Old softball jersey stolen from my alma mater. PART 1: http://blog.mtviggy.com/2010/07/16/q-a-with-hari-kondabolu-part-i/PART 2: http://blog.mtviggy.com/2010/07/16/q-a-with-comedian-hari-kondabolu-part-ii-joel-stein-bloody-bastard/

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I'm The Other One

June 8, 2010

A few days ago, Amar (a fan and good guy from SF) sent me an e-mail with the subject “You’re quoted in the most recent Game Developer (June/July 2010)“ Game Developer is apparently a video game magazine, making my supposed appearance highly unlikely. The only video games I have played in the last 10 years […]

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A Pentacostal Church in Williamsburg

May 27, 2010

A few months ago, I was wandering around Williamsburg, Brooklyn when I stumbled into this Pentecostal Church: Fair or unfair, when I think of Williamsburg, I don’t generally think of religion. I think of godless, tight panted, generally white, adult children of privilege who treat the space like the small college towns they went to […]

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