Isaac Kozell

Isaac Kozell is a New Orleans based Writer and Standup Comedian. He spends his spare time skateboarding, gardening, and reminiscing about that one time back in '99 when he was invited onstage to perform with the band Sugar Ray.

From the Crayons of Babes – An Art Review

Kids say the darndest things, and they draw the even more darndest things. Entering the exciting world of children’s art is a journey like no other. Come along for the ride as we provide breakdowns of the artistic works of five young creative visionaries. “Home Is Where the Heart Is” Marker on Paper Timmy Friedman Age 4 What Friedman lacks …

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Josh Argyle – The Savage Henry Interview

If you’ve been reading this magazine for any period of time, you’re likely familiar with the hilarious writing style of our man, Josh Argyle. But did you know that Argyle is also a stand-up comic who co-produces a successful monthly live show called It’s Just 2 Minutes, Savage Henry’s San Francisco Bureau Chief, and that he loves movies about fat …

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Ed Asner: The Savage Henry Interview

Through his work in film, television, and theater, Mr. Ed Asner has left an indelible mark on the entertainment world. The 7-time Emmy Award Winner cleared some room in his schedule to talk to Savage Henry about his career, the effects of aging, and the importance of comedy in the arts. Isaac Kozell: I imagine that you are a very …

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6 Very True Facts About ZIMA

ZIMA – the universally adored clear malternative adult beverage, whose life was tragically cut short in 2008 – still lives on in our hearts and imaginations. An astonishingly magical drink, ZIMA was the fuel for a myriad of memorable nights and the subject of many an urban legend. Slip into zomething comfortable and get ready for an intimate look at …

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Here’s Johnny! The Johnny Taylor Savage Henry interview

Despite being relatively new to the field, Johnny Taylor has already put some impressive notches in his comedy belt. He’s opened for comedy legends like Robin Williams and Bobcat Goldthwait, performed at pretty much every major comedy club in Northern California, and recently recorded his debut album, Tangled Up in Plaid. He took a little time from his busy schedule …

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Eli Braden: Twitter Crush

AAs a writer he’s worked on Jimmy Kimmel Live, E!’s Fashion Police, and Upload with Shaquille O’Neal. As a comedy-based musician, he’s performed live for thousands of people — and over the airwaves for millions — thanks largely in part to the powerful reach of The Howard Stern Show. His fans include Weird Al Yankovic and, hopefully, you. He’s Eli …

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Dode B. Levenson’s Neil Young’s Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest

On September 12th, 1995, the third installment of the Children of the Corn series debuted in theaters. Despite its connection to Stephen King and the star power of a young Charlize Theron (in her first big screen role), Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest was a flop, panned by critics and audiences alike, and branded with the shame of …

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I almost bought a BMW

It was 2009 and I was seven years deep into a successful career with the infamous radio conglomerate, Clear Channel. While visiting one of our largest advertisers – a toupéed car dealer who modeled his persona after every Dennis Farina character – I set my heart on a beautiful BMW 6 Series convertible. The dealer threw me the keys and said …

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Kyling It On: The Kyle Kinane Interview

Legend has it that while on the set of the 1941 horror classic, The Wolfman, Lon Chaney Jr.’s stunt double, “Big” Dally Kinane, said, “Rrrrrrrrrrr.” It seems fitting that the man who uttered that poignant phrase would, decades later, have a grandson climbing the ranks of comedy stardom. Career- wise, Kyle Kinane is at an all-time personal high and shows …

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