Clark Jones might live in New York now, where he's one of three comics who followed Hannibal Buress as hosts of the weekly Comedy at the Knitting Factory night, but he'll always be a proud son of Chicago. He still writes a weekly column for the Red Eye paper in Chicago and regularly tweets about his home town. He stopped by the Paste Studio in New York last month to do a quick set, where he talked about food threesomes, diabetes and Creed phases. Check it out above and if you're in New York catch Jones tonight at Friends and Lovers on Classon Avenue in Brooklyn.
More comedy from the Paste Studio:
Sarah B. Hartshorne
Connor Ratliff and Mikey Erg
Contact Garrett Martin if you're interested in performing at or attending a Paste comedy night.