The High Mud Comedy Fest at Mass Mo CA kept everyone happy with a weekend packed with laughter and good times.
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And to give a taste to the crowd was comedian Dave Hill to introduce the line up, beginning with local comedian Dillon Carlino who talked about the experiences of being gay.
Next was stand up Julie Kottakis on single-mom sexcapades with her depiction of the Lifetime Channel being for women who are hurt — emphasize the word "hurt," over and over again by men.
Y., are happy to pose for a photo as they showcase and describe the line-up of beers.
Bartholomew said, "My favorite is the Mosaic, which to me embodies a good spring day." There to photo-bomb my pictures were Steve Dadak, of Adams, and his friend and partner in crime Glen Murray, of North Adams.
The tasting consisted of the brewers, Orion Howard and Eric Kerns' most popular brew choices: Barleywine, Brown, Coffee Porter and the Mosaic.
Their main claim: "Beer is good." Owner Kerns bellied up to the bar and said, "We want people to come here and get a different, much looser approach to comedy." He added, "This is the largest bar in Berkshire County and milled out of a 180-year-old antique yellow pine beam from Building 6." Stephanie Gravalesa, of Pittsfield, and Brian Bartholomew, of Glens Falls, N.
Comic Ian Fidance made the audience laugh when he described himself as Bernie Sanders' son when all he really wanted was to be Kurt Cobain.
Next Dave Hill came out jamming on his electric guitar to a number of hilariously erotic stories with the body language to accompany.
There, by a crackling fire and with warm comfort food nearby, everyone relaxed after an eventful evening.