A long line of antsy tweens waited outside Webster Hall in New York City, jittering with anticipation on Monday afternoon. But at the end of the line was not a One Direction concert or a glimpse of T-Swift. It was a group of six self-made YouTube stars—and they are all ladies. “Girls Night In,” presented by Fullscreen Live, is a national tour featuring six of YouTube’s most popular female vloggers. They are traveling to different cities around the nation and putting on a live show for their faithful viewers.
Liza Treyger is one of comedy's rising funny gals. Her smart jokes inspire tear-inducing laughs and sneak in commentary about social issues like feminism and sex education. Glittercheese, Liza's debut Comedy Central album, was released last August and is a compilation of more than six years worth of jokes. You might recognize Liza from the roundtable on Chelsea Lately or from Comedy Central's The Half Hour special.
  For anyone who struggles or has struggled with depression, comedian Sarah Silverman’s recent essay for Glamour is an all too familiar account of getting through life with the illness. Silverman gave us a peek into her experience with depression, from her first experiences to how she handles it now.  The essay was written in anticipation of her upcoming film, I Smile Back, in which she plays the role of depressed housewife Laney Brooks, who “has it all” but self-medicates with pills and booze.
The Lady to Lady podcast is not for the tenderhearted. And with Margaret Cho joining hilarious hosts Barbara Gray, Brandie Posey, and Tess Barker for this week's podcast, no time was wasted in cutting to the goods. Topics range from The Pope to Louis CK's balls. "Can you keep a secret?" the hosts chime at the show's opening. "Neither can we!"  These women are hilarious. They're the type of women that I just want to hang out with. I feel like, so comfortable with them and I haven't even met them.

'Women of Letters' Is Pee-Yourself Hilarious

BY Taia Handlin IN Entertainment ON October 13, 2015

  "Women of Letters" is fucking hilarious. Laughing, crying, peeing yourself hilarious. When it’s not being hilarious, it’s moving you in ways you didn’t think were possible outside the shit romantic comedies that you totally don’t watch and definitely don’t cry at. A monthly event in NYC (and also in Australia, where it originated), "Women of Letters" presents a group of female writers, actresses, prominent intellectuals, and all around badass ladies, who read letters they have written to that month’s topic.