When “Curb Your Enthusiasm” ended its eighth season in 2011, viewers of the HBO comedy wondered if Larry David had lost his own enthusiasm...
Celebrating his 50th birthday and 30 years in comedy, the acclaimed actor-comedian (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”) appears in person to perform an evening of stand-up. Tribe favorite Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt (“Ratatouille,” “King of Queens”), Bob Odenkirk (“Breaking Bad”), Bill Burr and others join Garlin. Expect irreverent, wacky and Jewy humor. Proceeds benefit The Littlest Tumor Foundation. Fri. 9 p.m. $40 (online only). Largo at the Coronet, 366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles. (310) 855-0350.
Actor-comedian Jeff Garlin (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), who played studio executive Mort Meyers on “Arrested Development,” welcomes series creator and executive producer Mitch Hurwitz to the “Jeff Garlin in Conversation With …” series at the Largo. With a new season of “Arrested Development” slated to air on Netflix in 2013, followed by a feature film, you can bet questions will fly about the Bluth dysfunctional family reunion.
Jeff Garlin loves being Jewish. He\'s a borscht-eating, challah-noshing, temple-going, \"big bowl of Jewish,\" as he so proudly describes himself. A proud Jew at home, Garlin also plays one on television.
The restrictions are expected to last at least two weeks.
"I’m not saying there’s a Holocaust, but when you look at the tactics, that is where we are right now.”
(JTA) — The Jewish Museum in New York City said it will reopen on Oct. 1, more than six months after it closed due...
A day earlier, Zoom said its platform couldn't be used for the event.