About Kylie Jane Wakefield

I'm a comedian and writer living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with my boyfriend Danny Lobell and our two dogs, Miko and Juno. I do stand-up, improv, write my own blog called Living with Lobell, and freelance for the Greenpoint Gazette. I'm originally from Baltimore, Maryland and love staying up late, eating Challah bread and avoiding Manhattan.

Singing Along with Lahna Turner

Singing Along with Lahna Turner
By July 6, 2012

Talking to the Jewish funnywoman about making people laugh, Googling god, and the time someone had a heart attack during her set Read More

Becoming Jewish: Escape To Jewish LA

Becoming Jewish: Escape To Jewish LA
By February 7, 2012

Checking out the Jews on the other coast. Read More

Becoming Jewish: Going Home

Becoming Jewish: Going Home
By January 30, 2012

Going back to my hometown and realizing it’s full of vibrant Jewish life is one of the best feelings I’ve ever experienced. Read More

Becoming Jewish: Insomniac’s Shabbat

Becoming Jewish: Insomniac’s Shabbat
By January 24, 2012

Coming to grips with some of the harder aspects of becoming Jewish (or any religion for that matter). Read More

Becoming Jewish: England, Baby Steps, And Being An Outsider

Becoming Jewish: England, Baby Steps, And Being An Outsider
By December 15, 2011

A trip to England solidifies how hard it is to be a practicing Jew once you officially become one. Read More

Lacey Schwartz Gets Outside The Box

Lacey Schwartz Gets Outside The Box
By December 5, 2011

Lacey Schwartz had been led by her family to believe that her parents were both white Jews, but her dark skin color told a different story. Read More

Chanukah Comedy Night

Chanukah Comedy Night
By December 1, 2011

Admission is $10 (optional donations of $36) Free beer courtesy of Sixpoint. All the ticket money and donations go towards helping fix up our beautiful shul. The show is featuring: Danny Lobell (Comical Radio), Nick Vatterott (Late Night with Jimmy … Read More

Becoming Jewish: Goodbye High Holidays, Hello Hanukkah Donut Countdown

Becoming Jewish: Goodbye High Holidays, Hello Hanukkah Donut Countdown
By October 18, 2011

This was my first Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. Once we’re back at Hanukkah, I will have celebrated (or observed) all the holidays. Read More