Don’t miss your chance to see “Roseanne for President” at the Tribeca Film Festival this Saturday, April 18th at 3:00 pm.
Roseanne Barr may be 60, but she’s got more energy and ambition than most comics half her age. After a failed—but, she says, serious—bid for president last year, she’s back to doing comedy full-time, with a residency at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, and a return to NBC’s The Office as talent agent Carla Fern, helping Andy Bernard (Ed Helms) chase his show business dreams. [READ MORE...]
Roseanne Barr may have fallen short in her bid to become the next President of the United States, but on IFC’s sketch series Portlandia, the comedienne will serve as the city’s highest-ranking public official — at least briefly. “The mayor of Portland (Kyle MacLachlan) disappears, and through a temp agency, she fills in as mayor,” teases series co-creator/star Fred Armisen of her two-episode stint, which airs on Jan. [READ MORE...]
You’ll want to cozy up to the Dec/Jan issue of BUST–a festive collection of pop-culture gems, drool-inducing recipes, inventive beauty tips, and fashion so hot, it’ll melt the ice on your windows. We’ve also got sex advice straight from Fifty Shades of Grey, interviews with Mamie Gummer and Reggie Watts, and travel tips for Jamaica from a local.
September 28, 2012 OAKLAND, Calif. —
Presidential politics and the war on drugs took a strange twist in Oakland Thursday night as actress-comedienne and now presidential candidate Roseanne Barr spoke at Oaksterdam University.
Barr had a message for the crowd who came to hear her speak: legalize marijuana.[READ MORE...]