A young Chance the Rapper’s dedication to Chicago.

The RedEye wants you to go to our show tonight if you’re in Chicago! It’s free! It’s BYOB! It’s in Logan Square.

Tonight’s show has been mentioned on/in NPR/WBEZ,, ChiBoulevards, I AM Logan Square, LoganSquarist, The Chicago Reader, Time Out Chicago, and more.

7pm. 2630 N. Milwaukee at Uncharted Books.

FREE BEER courtesy of Powell Brew House (local!!!).

With performances by:

CoYS producer Odinaka *OD* Ezeokoli Tim Barnes (Explosion Bus: Talent Scouts Honor) Lane Pieschel (Your Funniest Friends) Caitlin Bergh (Performance Anxiety, LadyBros, The Moth) C.J. Toledano (Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Onion News Network) and our headliner Tyson Karrasch (Just For Laughs)   Hosted by CoYS producer Charlie Rohrer

I love this show so hard and I think you will too! TONIGHT and the first Thursday of every month.

Free, BYOB Comedy Show | Congrats on Your Success | Logan Sq | Mar 7th

If you enjoy hilarious entertainment from diverse, literate performers, check out Congrats on Your Success - a free, byob comedy show at Uncharted Books in Logan Square every 1st Thursday of the month.

Join us* for the 5th round of Congrats on Your Success!

Thursday - March 7, 2013 @ Uncharted Books
(every first Thursday of the month!)
2630 N Milwaukee Ave - steps away from the Logan Square Blue Line stop


(this is not a 21+ event because it’s a bookstore, but don’t bring children or be a child because everyone will hate you)

CoYS producer Rebecca O'Neal (
Ian Abramson (Talk Hard, Talent Scouts Honor)
Nicholas Rouley (Kind of Blue Comedy)
Davey Boy Helem (Jokes and Notes)
Candy Lawrence (Just for Laughs)

Hosted by CoYS producer Bill Bullock (Donations encouraged! Goes to performers!)     FREE BEER COURTESY OF POWELL BREW HOUSE! FREE BEER COURTESY OF POWELL BREW HOUSE! FREE BEER COURTESY OF POWELL BREW HOUSE! *us= CoYS producers: Bill BullockJustin CovingtonSonia DenisOdinaka EzeokoliRebecca O'Neal & Charlie Rohrer  

  RSVP on Facebook Like Congrats on Your Success' Facebook page Congrats on Your Success on Twitter Event photos: (Nov 1Dec 6 (x), Jan 3Feb 7)


Feb 2nd | 6pm - Grace Under Friars Showcase

Feb 2nd | 10pm - Brass Chuckles Comedy

Feb 7th | Congrats on Your Success at Uncharted Books (every 1st Thursday)

Feb 12th | Back Room Comedy at The Atlantic Bar

Feb 16th | Cigars and Stripes

Feb 23rd | The GoGo Show

Mar 12th | Chicago Underground Comedy

Mar 29th | Let It All Hang Out

Apr 15th | 100 Proof Comedy


It’s been a bit! And also I need to start drawing in sketch books again. I feel like it’s been noting but show posters for the last few months. None the less, I am pretty proud of these last few. The Simmer Brown poster is for both a comedy podcast and showcase some very talented comedy buds are starting I am quite excited for.

Also to get me going for a sketch book, I feel like people should just message me things to doodle and I’ll post them on here. Feel free to do that ~<3


March 14 - Tassel Free Comedy, Chicago

                   8:30, 240 Lounge

March 15 - ComedyComedy Showcase,

                   Oswego, IL

                  8:30, The Tap House 

March 17 - Laughfest, Grand Rapids, MI

                  8pm, The BOB

March 30 - Rascally Crackaz Comedy Show,

                  Round Lake, IL

                  8pm, Four Coynes

May 3 - Caste of Killers Showcase, Milwaukee

              Details to come

We’re honored to announce #JoakimNoah has been nominated for the seasonlong #NBACommunityAssist award! Through his dedication to Chicago Bulls Charities, the community of Chicago, @noahsarcfdn, raising awareness for anti-violence through several campaigns, including #RockYourDrop, “Chicago a Stand Up,” and a Youth Guidance’s B.A.M. (Becoming a Man) initiative and many more, @stickity13 has exemplified what it means to give back. VOTE for Joakim by REPOSTING this on your #Instagram or post your own photo using #JoakimNoah & #NBACommunityAssist! ::

It’s All True! featuring Katie McVay

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Katie McVay talks about the formation of The Comedy Exposition (Chicago’s DIY stand up festival), how Nicki Minaj changed her life and why she moved to Chicago to pursue comedy. Her headlining story involves her life long fear of cats coming into reality in the the worst, most hilarious way possible.