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HERLIFE Magazine (November 2015) - laughter and its healing power
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side. It's such a juvenile joke, but how many time have you recited or heard that joke and it made you smile? I know for me, it's been many times. Whether it was said ... click here for more

Colonie Spotlight (July 9, 2014) - Local Funnyman Joins Elite Club – By: Billy DeLap
After being in the business just over 12 years, a born and raised Loudonville man was inducted into an elite club of comedians, actors and others in the entertainment business. Joining the ranks of comedians from ... click here for more

State University of New York (SUNY) (December 17, 2013) - Alumni Profile - By: Maxwell Morgan
Greg Aidala is a comedian, entrepreneur, and active community member. An upstate New York native, he attended Hudson Valley Community College and completed his four-year degree at the University at Albany immediately following ... click here for more

The Troy Record (October 4, 2013) - 5 Questions - By: Danielle Sanzone
Greg Aidala: He lives and runs his entertainment company, Radial Gage Entertainment, in Loudonville. A graduate of Hudson Valley Community College and UAlbany, he has seven ... click here for more

Albany Times Union (July 10, 2011) - 'Greg Aidala builds a comic career on laughs and conviviality' - By: Steve Barnes
Ten years ago next month, an Albany native and aspiring comedian talked his way into opening for the nationally known comic Colin Quinn at a local charity benefit ... click here for more

The Troy Record (July 09, 2011) - 5 Questions - By: Rebecca Eppelmann
Loudonville-native Greg Aidala is celebrating his 10th year of performing comedy this year and his fifth year of his comedy showcase “The Brew Ha-Ha.” On July 16, he — along with comedians Jesse Joyce and Clayton Fletcher — will perform at the Holiday Inn Express in Latham ... click here for more

The Free George (March 14, 2011) - '1st Annual Bachelor Auction at Vapor, Saratoga Springs, New York'
On Saturday, March 12, 2011, 18 of the Capital Region's most eligible bachelors took to Vapor's stage for the first annual Bachelor Auction to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The event raised over $11,000 for AFSP, in what turned out to be a successful (and very fun) evening. ... click here for more

Albany Times Union (March 3, 2011) - 'The Brew Ha-Ha Comedy Showcase Celebrates’'
Local comic and comedy promoter Greg Aidala celebrates the fifth anniversary of his Brew Ha-Ha Comedy Showcase on Saturday. The showcase, which brings midlevel comics with national performing and TV credits to town, has been held at a variety of venues in the Capital Region and New York City. ... click here for more

Latham Life (February 17, 2011) - Some Funny Business
COLONIE — As cabin fever sets in from this seemingly never ending winter, it is easy to feel bored and frustrated. They say laughter is the best medicine, so chase those winter blues away with local comedian ... click here for more

Albany Times Union (December 9, 2010) - 'Those Two Guys bringing new comedy show to The Linda' - By: Steve Barnes
Dave Cox and Pat Ferri own a private plane. It seems unlikely that many, or any, other comedians-clowns-buskers-jugglers can say as much. Minor point: The 10-foot-long biplane, with a 14-foot wingspan, does not fly. Instead, it's the largest, most expensive prop yet for the locally based performing duo known as Those Two Guys, whose other equipment include more conventional tools of their craft such as unicycles, ramps and juggling implements. ... click here for more

The Saratogian (August 24, 2010) - By Rebecca Eppelmann, for The Scene
Walk down Broadway during track season and it might be reasonable to assume the bigger the smile on someone's face, the better their bets were. This summer though, there's a kink in that plan. Comedian Greg Aidala is ... click here for more

Albany Times Union (August 16, 2010) - 'Getting to know Greg Aidala'
Name: Kareem Abdul Aidala -- kidding, it's Gregory James Aidala
Age: 36
Where do you live? Loudonville
Why? Because the streets are cleaner than Albany's
What's your work? I've been performing stand-up comedy since 2001 and in 2005 I formed my entertainment company, Radial Gage Entertainment. In 2006, I launched ... click here for more

The Saratogian (August 05, 2010) - The Brew-Ha-Ha Comedy Showcase comes to Dee Sarno Theater in Saratoga Springs tonight
SARATOGA SPRINGS — "The Brew Ha-Ha Comedy Showcase," a professional stand-up comedy show, takes the stage in the Dee Sarno Theater, 320 Broadway, for two shows at 8 and 10 tonight. Comedians seen on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight show with Jay Leno, NBC’s "Last Comic Standing," Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Comedy Central, HBO, MTV and VH1 will ... click here for more

The Record (June 01, 2010) - Five Questions: Greg Aidala - By: Rebecca Eppelmann
Greg Aidala is a Loudonville native who is hosting Laughs for Lark Tavern Wednesday night to benefit Tess' Lark Tavern at The Linda, WAMC's performing arts studio, at 339 Central Ave. in Albany at ... click here for more

Metroland (May 27, 2010) - Once more for Tess
Comedian Greg Aidala is one of the many local artists who made Tess' Lark Tavern a showcase for his talents—and, through his Brew Ha-Ha professional comedy showcases ... click here for more

Daily Gazette (May 13, 2010) - Local, national acts team up to help Tess' Lark Tavern
ALBANY -- After a fire ripped through Tess' Lark Tavern last week leaving it closed indefinitely, the local music scene that owner Tess Collins has helped support over the years is gearing up for a series of fund raisers for her venue over the next few weeks. ... click here for more

Latham Life (January 16, 2010) - Knowledge Network offers training, fun
COLONIE — If you've ever had the desire to learn the bagpipes, brush up your culinary skills, improve your public speaking performance, or train for a new career in fields that range from real estate to web design ... click here for more

Latham Life (September 20, 2009) - FUNNY BUSINESS
Greg Aidala doesn't have cavities. For many this might carry a certain amount of pride, but he actually lists it on his resume. In caps. Even so, for the comedian, pride goes far beyond his molars ... click here for more

Altamont Enterprise (September 17, 2009) - Going Out for an AFD "fun"- raiser - Night of Comedy
Moliere, the French playwright and actor, said that the duty of comedy was to correct men by amusing them. Greg Aidala simply describes it as a passion. The Loudonville native will be ... click here for more

SHECKYmagazine.com (February 23, 2009) - D.I.Y. in the Capital region (Albany)
"Stand-up citizens" is subtitled "Everyone's a comedian? No, but the brave can try it." by the Daily Gazette's Brian McElhiney starts out as a profile of Albany resident Greg Aidala then morphs into a snapshot of the burgeoning standup scene in the Albany area. Aidala, bit by the standup bug somewhere ... click here for more

Punchline Magazine (February 23, 2009) - Albany's stand-up community gets some loving
Greg Aidala is a 34 year old Albany native who has been performing stand-up comedy across the country since 2001. His production company, Radial Gage Entertainment, has been instrumental in ... click here for more

Daily Gazette (February 22, 2009) - Stand-up citizens. Everyone's a comedian? No, but the brave can try it
ALBANY — Life is funny sometimes. Or, in local comedian Greg Aidala's case, life is funny all the time. "I get inspiration out of life," Aidala said during a recent interview at a diner in Albany. "Everything is like a comedy sense. Plus, if not, I'd be crying all the time, know what I mean?" The 34-year-old Albany native has been performing ... click here for more

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