Stories with 'funny' tag

Get familiar with Miami’s all-purpose footwear, chancletas

Showing love to the flip-flops that at their most basic are casual footwear but actually serve so many more purposes.

/ July 11, 2018


Miami & Coconut Grove: A Very Funny History

Starring HistoryMiami Historian, Miami-Dade College Professor, and Award-Winning Comedian Freddy Stebbins. Step back in time with Freddy Stebbins as he relives, through costume and impersonation, the magical moments and people that shaped the City of Miami and the beloved neighborhood of Coconut Grove.

/ April 18, 2018


Villain Happy Hour & Community Improv Mixer

Interested in becoming part of the Villain family but not quite sure if the classes are for you? This 2-hour mixer works just like a drop-in class – you’ll be introduced to fundamental Villain improv techniques, useful in a variety of every day scenarios. Formerly known as the Drop-In Class, our new Happy Hour & […]

/ September 29, 2017


Miami: A Very Funny History

Miami: A Very Funny History is a one-man show performed by 2017 Ultimate Miami Comedian and Historian Freddy Stebbins. Through costume and impersonation, Freddy transforms himself into characters reflecting the different cultures of our global city. The journey depicts Miami’s changing landscape over time and celebrates each culture’s indelible legacy. This event is part of […]

/ August 17, 2017


Villain Happy Hour & Community Improv Mixer

Interested in becoming part of the Villain family but not quite sure if the classes are for you? This 2-hour mixer works just like a drop-in class – you’ll be introduced to fundamental Villain improv techniques, useful in a variety of every day scenarios. Formerly known as the Drop-In Class, our new Happy Hour & […]

/ August 28, 2017


Learning the Miami schlep

Getting from point A to point B is one of those constant Miami struggles, especially without a car. Here’s one take on learning the Miami schlep, and why it’s not for the faint of heart.

/ August 25, 2015


Jennine Capó Crucet: Reveling in Miami’s absurdity

Hialeah-born writer Jennine Capó Crucet is adept at showing her readers Miami through the looking glass, celebrating the hilarity of a city fueled by cafecitos alongside the poignant stories of growing up in a cultural melting pot.

/ August 17, 2015


Tropical comedy gold: Who to see and where to go

We chatted with some of our favorite Miami comedians to find where to go to get the best laughs.

/ August 7, 2015