Ari Shaffir

Happy-to-offend comic Ari Shaffir back at Hilarities this weekend

Be forewarned: Ari Shaffir isn’t for everybody — specifically dorks — but, oddly enough, could offer the rare middle ground between the anti-PC audience and woke individuals. Or not. Who knows?. After all, the only time the New York City funnyman had a filter in his life...
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Ari Shaffir isn’t taking his time on stage for granted

From the days of The Comedy Connection to The Wilbur, Ari Shaffir’s track record in Boston over the years speaks for itself. But that doesn’t mean he’s resting on his laurels when he makes his way back to the city. Bringing his latest hour to The Wilbur...
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Ari Shaffir, controversial comic who ripped Kobe Bryant, returns to Spokane

No wonder Ari Shaffir’s favorite comedian is Sam Kinison. Much like the late provocateur, Shaffir lets it all hang out and doesn’t care what anyone thinks. Shortly after NBA Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant died along with his daughter Gianna in a helicopter crash in 2020, Shaffir posted a shocking video on his Twitter page.

Ari Shaffir set to make ‘triumphant return’ to The Wilbur

Since his last visit to Boston, Ari Shaffir has certainly found ways to keep himself busy, which may or may not have included pissing a bunch of people off in a few different ways. Nonetheless, the stand-up workhorse is up to more unfiltered shenanigans as he gets back out on the road, and come December, that road brings him back to The Wilbur.

Ari Shaffir

Comedy Connection. 39 Warren Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914. - Parking - Free and available in the main lot, small lot between the Comedy Connection and Black Duck Tavern, on street and in the LDC lot behind the Black Duck. - As a courtesy to other guests, we ask that...

Joe Rogan and Ari Shaffir explain how ‘gamer rage’ became mainstream

Joe Rogan spoke briefly about the exaggerated gamer rage that can be found online during an episode of his mega-popular podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. Joe Rogan is no stranger to the world of video games. In a recent episode of his show, he talked at length about his previous addiction to video games, saying “I wish I wasn’t such a simpleton because if I could f**king just play for like one hour and stop… I cannot.”