Laura Davis: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) | Culture

Hello, I’m Laura Davis. I’m an Australian comedian who normally lives in London, but I’ve ended up unexpectedly trapped in New Zealand this year on my way back to Australia. Well, as much as you can be trapped in one of the safest places in the world.

I’ve spent most of 2020 walking around in the woods alone in the day, and scrolling through the internet to check the rest of the world is still there at night. It’s been nice but I am probably getting a bit of a Jack Torrance vibe.

London and New Zealand are great, don’t get me wrong, but I haven’t been home to Australia in years and by now I’m homesick enough that I’d probably fall to my knees at the mere waft of a sausage. In the spirit of patriotism, I’ve quarantined this list to the Aussie corner of the internet. (Full

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Abingdon Theatre Company Announces Remainder of 2020-2021 Programming Featuring Laura Linney, Betsy Wolfe and More

Abingdon Theatre Company Announces Remainder of 2020-2021 Programming Featuring Laura Linney, Betsy Wolfe and More

Abingdon Theatre Company has announced an array of programming – albeit virtual! – for the remainder of its 2020-2021 season. “We never could have imagined a year like this,” shares Chad Austin, ATC Artistic Director. “However, we are extremely grateful that we can offer our theatre audience a variety of programming to close this very unique year.”

In honor of World AIDS Day – tomorrow, Tuesday, December 1, Abingdon Theatre Company will be a co-producer for the virtual revival of “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens,” to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. A mixture of songs and monologues written and composed by Bill Russell (Sideshow) and Janet Hood, the show celebrates the lives lost to AIDS in free-verse with a blues, jazz and rock score. An array of 50 performers – Broadway, television and film favorites – are taking part in this very special event. They include: Academy Award

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Laura Ingraham rebukes Lindsey Graham as he plugs his website



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Laura Ingraham likened Lindsey Graham to a used car salesman as he plugged his website on Fox News Tuesday night in an attempt to raise money.

The South Carolina senator was appearing on The Ingraham Angle to talk about two elections that will decide the balance of power in the Senate – both of which will take place in Georgia in January. 

‘Go to LindsayGraham.com and I will tell you how to help Senators [David] Perdue and [Kelly] Loeffler,’ he told Ingraham late Tuesday.



Laura Ingraham, Lindsey Graham are posing for a picture: Laura Ingraham (left) rebuked Lindsey Graham (right) as he repeatedly plugged his website on her show Tuesday night, comparing him to a used car salesman


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