Ronnie Lordi at a comedy club

Business Communication alum Ronnie Lordi is making a name for himself in the world of stand-up comedy in New York City, but recently ventured into managing a comedy site. A recent New York Post article highlighted his work “Live at the Barbershop” in one of the city’s more unusual comedy clubs. According to the article, "Lordi usually performs a quick opening set before introducing the first of some five or six comics a night. So far, the surprise guests have included Judah Friedlander (“30 Rock”), Roy Wood Jr. (“The Daily Show”) and Dante Nero (“The Blacklist”)." The barbershop doubles during the day as a traditional site for a shave and a haircut but is transformed into a small club for the evening events. Congratulations, Ronnie! (Photo from the New York Post)