Julie Klausner, How Was Your Week?
In the latest episode of the RiYL podcast, Brian Heater interviews Julie Klausner, the New York City-based author, podcaster, and comedy writer-performer.
How Was Your Week? podcast host Julie Klausner recently taped a TV pilot with Billy Eichner -- an Amy Poehler-produced show called Difficult People. It's about two struggling New York comedians.
Other topics we discuss: David Rakoff, my unexpected turn as a Mike Love apologist, the downside of baring your soul, and whether or not Ben Folds is this generation’s Billy Joel.
RiYL: RSS |
Listen on Stitcher
RiYL: RSS | iTunes | Download | Listen on Stitcher
In the latest RiYL podcast, Brian Heater interviews Art Spiegelman. (And don’t miss Brian’s previous interview with John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats.)
In the latest episode of the RiYL podcast, Brian Heater interviews the host of the long-running true-story live performance and podcast, The Moth.
In the latest episode of the RiYL podcast, Brian Heater interviews Richard Hell, one of the pioneers of punk rock.
This Python Mega Course will help you learn to code by teaching you to build 10 real-world apps that each highlight a unique use of Python.Job prospects for coders are still growing steadily—and with Python being one of the most popular coding languages out there today, it’s important for job seekers to demonstrate a widespread understanding of the […]
The Atmos R2 may be bigger than the brand’s previously-released vapes, but we argue that in this case it’s definitely a good thing. A bigger heating chamber means more room for packing it full. And the bigger battery means longer, more fulfilling vape sessions. In fact, you can use the Atmos R2 for up to about 25 […]
These days, there is huge demand for ethical hackers. Companies pay these professionals to identify and remedy security holes in their networks before malicious hackers find and exploit them. What’s great about this is that if you love hacking or think you may love hacking, you can do it for a living and not as […]