You Can Buy the Bar Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Fans of the hit sitcom "Cheers" now have a chance to purchase the beloved set piece
Lisa Loring, the Original Wednesday Addams, Dies at 64
Loring introduced audiences to the iconic character on "The Addams Family" in 1964
Hand-Colored 'Calvin and Hobbes' Strip Sells for $480,000
The cheeky panel, created by Bill Watterson, was a gift to his longtime editor Lee Salem
Betty White's Belongings Are Up for Auction
The items tell the story of the beloved comedic actress' life—and her groundbreaking eight-decade career
Who Was the Real Lucille Ball?
"I Love Lucy" is having a moment—but we're still not ready to see its star and creator clearly
The True History Behind 'Being the Ricardos'
Aaron Sorkin's new film dramatizes three pivotal moments in the lives of comedy legends Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz
Was This Ornament of a Knight Emerging From a Snail Shell a 'Medieval Meme'?
The unusual image "may be a satirical reference to cowardly or non-chivalric behavior of opponents," says curator Beverly Nenk
This Halloween Is Scary Enough. Tell a Joke Instead
The tradition in St. Louis is for trick-or-treaters to focus on humor more than horror
Two Dresses From 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Are Coming to the Smithsonian
Though plans aren't finalized, the costumes might feature in the National Museum of American History's upcoming "Entertaining America" exhibition
Last Laugh: 'MAD' Magazine Will Soon Disappear From Newsstands
The iconic satire publication plans to reprint archival material with new covers, but will stop publishing new issues
‘Drunk History’ Bends History in All the Right Directions
The sixth season, premiering January 15, brings a new crop of historical tales to television
Please Extend a Laurel and Hardy Handshake to the New Film 'Stan & Ollie'
The movie showcases the famed comedy duo at the twilight of their illustrious careers
Cheech Marin Uses Humor to Find Common Ground
With the 14th Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, the actor and comedian talks about how his life has been filled with music, art and laughter
A Massive New Museum Dedicated to Comedy Just Opened in Lucille Ball’s Hometown
The brand-new National Comedy Center — in the noted comedy destination of Jamestown, New York — is a look at the history of humor
In Its Heyday, Mad Magazine Was a Lot More Than Silly Jokes
The publication taught its readers how to be healthy skeptics—a lesson that media consumers need more today than ever