Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Cos-by

He’s given us Fat Albert, Pudding Pops and, unfortunately, Raven Symone. But let’s not hold that last one against, OK? After all, WACKY SWEATERS. I am, of course, talking about the man, the myth, the legend with the things and the stories and the words — Mr. Bill Cosby. He’ll be talking in circles and making weird faces all over the place at Winspear Opera House at 8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets start at $45. The AT&T Performing Arts Center calls Cosby “one of the most prolific comedians of our time.” He really is, too, but now that we have that plug out of the way, let’s take a moment to remember Rudy Huxtable’s silent friend Peter, that little dough ball that lived across the street. If you have no idea who I’m talking about, go grab a juice box or something because clearly you’re too young to be reading this. To purchase tickets, learn more or merely sharpen your QWERTY skills, head to attpac.org.
Sat., June 9, 2012
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