Brownie be coming ’round da Corner
Who doesn’t like brownies? Warm, gooey, yummy comfort food for your soul. Here’s a comic who’s just as delicious. This weekend, Keesha Brownie invites you back to V-Lounge for another Montreal edition of Joker’s Corner. V-Lounge has been opened for seven years now and has become a real hot spot for night life for people on and off the island. Hip hop, R&B, dance hall, soca, reggae and old school beats make up the vibes at V-Lounge. So be sure to stick around after the show for some good ‘ol whine!
First who’s on the show? A mix of TDot and MTL comics will take the stage once again.
Hosting is the delicious Keesha Brownie. This lady of comedy has many faces. She’s an actress, comedian, singer and producer. She was born in Montreal Quebec but moved to Brampton Ontario at the age of 6. Her love for acting started from the age of 6 and kept the juices flowing at the Theatre Performance Program at Humber College. Like me, she’s first generation West Indian. Mix that “spice” with some “nice” Canadian culture and you got a recipe for the tastiest comedy in Canada!
A perk about having a comedy blog is that every now and then, you get free stuff. This time I got a copy of her DVD Keesha Brownie: Got Brownie? which has lots of skits, Keesha’s trademark characters and her amazing set at Yuk Yuk’s comedy club in Toronto. What a pro! I urge you to check out her website for more videos, her upcoming shows and to purchase her DVD.
But if you need more convincing, come check her out at Joker’s Corner Montreal Edition, March 9th 8h30pm. The V-Lounge is located at 662 90th Avenue in Lasalle. For all you BMW like me, go to Angrignon metro and take the 106 to Airlie and 90th Avenue. About 19 stops or 15 minutes according to Google. To buy your tickets in advance:
Triple A Records…….514-344-5353
KingKutz Downtown………514-895-5464 West Island………514-685-5464
Seats are limited so get them quick people. As always, after the show, stick around and have a few more drinks and dance the night away to the sounds of DJ Fyah Foxx, TNT Styles, Loverboy and Digital Sound. I’ve been dying to kill a dance floor. I think I just found it!
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Hope Mildred10 years ago
There are three main myths about the creation of the brownie. The first, that a chef accidentally added melted chocolate to biscuit dough. The second, a cook forgot to add flour to the batter. And thirdly, the most popular belief, that a housewife did not have baking powder and improvised with this new treat. It was said that she was baking for guests and decided to serve these flattened cakes to them. This became our beloved treat of today. Whatever may be the case; all three myths have gained popularity throughout the years due to its mysterious beginnings.”
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