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The Pushers are a Norfolk, Virginia based sketch comedy group that prides itself on its edgy, cantankerous, loud, obnoxious, high energy, take-no-prisoners type of comic theatre. The Pushers are notorious for their handling of topics such as race, religion, and sexuality. And they offer no apologies for whom they might offend. They also tackle such topics as literature, cowboys, eggmen, theatre, terrorism, eating disorders, beastiality, transgenders, the handicapped, handjobs, Tom Cruise, cheese sandwiches, pop culture, Michael Jackson, Stephen Hawking, anal ease, the purple stuff, crayons, screech, the Navy, meatloaf, and french people all performed with a greasey comic tone and a splash of pure genius.
By The Pushers
In this blog, one of the world's most watched instructors lets his Training Mask slip a little and reveals some of the more personal things about himself and his business and training career. This blog will answer some of the questions you might have regarding who Roy Shaw is, why he does what he does, and why anyone should listen to Roy on Rescue.
By Roy Shaw
NICOLA and the Band perform live and archived in case you could not make it to the show! Want to feel as if you are there...then watch.````www.nicolanicola.com``www.myspace.com/nicola``www.nicolanicola.podomatic.com``www.nicolanyc.podomatic.com``www.youtube.com/nicolanicola``www.cdbaby.com/nicolanyc3
n the late 80s and early 90s a vibrant underground music scene emerged in Little Rock. Unlike other towns, Little Rock's scene was composed almost entirely of kids. 14-18 year-olds were booking their own shows, starting record labels, opening record stores and playing with large national acts. In the process they would build a tight-knit, flourishing underground community that existed completely outside of the High School norm and was all their own. The film focuses on the roots of the Little Rock scene, how it changed the lives of those involved, the enormous DIY ethos that has shaped the scene for the past 20 years and how the scene continues to thrive as its pioneers hit their mid-30s. Towncraft will be released in theaters, on DVD and online in the May and June of 2007. A 40 band soundtrack will be released to accompany the film along with a 60 page book of stories from scene expatriates.
By Matson Films