Humorous guys entertain for a serious cause


The second annual Kosher Komedy show produced by Woodmere resident Kenny Gluck brought about 200 people to Sunny Atlantic Beach Club in Atlantic Beach on Aug. 15 and raised $1,500 for Chabad’s Terror Victims Project, a nonprofit organization that responds following acts of violence and supports those in need anyway it can.

Stone and Stone, an identical twin brother comedy team , emceed the show and performed their edgy humor. Ronn Blitzer, winner of the 2013 Jewish Week’s Funniest Jewish Comedian Contest, had the audience going, along with the “smart comedy” of Long Islander Mike Fine and Eric Deskin, who closed out the show.

“Our shows have been successful and we are looking to do more in the future with Howard Taub,” Gluck said, referring to the Hewlett resident who owns the Sunny Atlantic club.