You Should Probably Go Check Out Some Comedy at The Nash Tonight


[image-1]If ever there was a week to seek refuge at a comedy show, folks, this is it. Things are weird downtown — on the streets and in the arena — and, despite a relative sense of calm around the RNC, there's still plenty of violence to bear in mind here in Cleveland.

That's why we're happy to see Ramon Rivas II touching base and alerting everyone to an event tonight at The Nash in Slavic Village. Bowling, comedy and community-building: That's what we're looking for. And Rivas is hyping up some special guests, too.

"Now if YOU noticed that the Daily Show and Funny or Die, and SNL, and [Adult Swim], and Triumph in the Insult Comic, and the Colbert Show and everything else were in town, you might be able to guess who might drop in," Rivas writes. "Or no one drops in and you see a bunch of amazing locals and touring acts that are in town for the RNC."

Sounds like a fine gamble to us.

Doors at 8 p.m. Showtimes at 9 p.m. Put on your laughing pants, people.

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