Lovers of enjoyable and catchy music rejoice! Les Vinyl has released a new five-track album.
It’s throwback Thursday, so I thought I’d re-share one of the catchiest songs to come out of the Staten Island music scene in the last decade. “F For Effort” is a Les Vinyl track from the band’s “The Nafia EP.” Since it’s release in 2011, “F For Effort” has become the theme song for “What Say You Pod,” a podcast hosted by Impractical Jokers stars Sal Vulcano and Brian Quinn.
Staten Island’s Casey Jost, Is J.J. Abrams in “Star Wars: The Force of Abrams,” a new video short by digital comedy network, Above Average. The clip, which has already been shared by Entertainment Weekly, pokes fun at Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ direcot Abrams’ tendency to rehash revitalize the work of other filmmakers.
Back in 2013, Staten Island filmmaker, Geoff Celis, ran a successful Indiegogo campaign for a short film he had been thinking about for quite some time. Shortly thereafter, Geoff rounded up some of Staten Island’s funniest minds and best movie-makers and put his lucha libre comedy into the world. Last week, an online version of the film was put into the world wide web.
Staten Island based writer/musician/comedian, Casey Jost is premiering a pilot for his new man-on-the-street game show, Bet on Me tomorrow night.
Staten Island’s favorite Josts, Colin (of Saturday Night Live) and Casey (writer for Impractical Jokers) have a new video circulating the internet on an unlikely channel, Golf Digest. Colin is the Googly-eyed coverboy on this month’s Golf Digest comedy issue.
Last night, Lorne Michaels hosted a premiere party for Colin Jost’s Staten Island Summer which will be premiering on Netflix July 30th, 2015. Variety covered the event and got some insight from Casey Jost.
Staten Island’s SNL superstar, Colin Jost, has been working on a Lorne Michaels produced film for a little while now. This week, we were treated with a first look at the comedy.
You might know that the stars of TruTV’s Impractical Jokers are Staten Island natives, but did you know that a number of the show’s writers (yes, there are even more funny people behind the scene) are from Staten Island as well?
On Saturday, October 4th, filmmaker Geoff Celis held a screening of Some Guys Are Bigger Than Others, his Morrissey-Luchador comedy which was crowd-funded earlier this year on Indiegogo.