These photos recap the 2015 “TATAS for TOYS” benefit, where Portland’s finest strippers joined the Rose City’s premier late-night talk show, and raised $4,500 to buy toys for the kiddos at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, this holiday season. It was a holly, jolly, sexy occasion…and these pics document the fun had by all…from the dancing, to live music, to auction […]

December 23, 1:30am, a group of dancers, comedians & musicians from Portland, Oregon went on a $4,500 shopping spree to benefit the kids at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. Hours earlier, the money was raised during TATAS for TOYS, an annual event hosted by comedian Aaron Ross, where a dozen of the Rose City’s finest strippers presented […]

How does each episode of Who’s the Ross? get booked??? Good question! For a local, AND WEEKLY, late-night talk show, I have been quite thrilled with our stacked guest lineups, of late. Almost 8 years in the game, we’ve certainly learned a thing or two about assembling the parts that make a quality presentation in only 7 days. […]

When you run a late-night talk show, holidays give you a easiest material. This year, Halloween gave WTR a plethora, thanks largely to a terrifyingly terrific lineup of guests! Fright Town, Portland’s premier haunted house, presented a dozen of their finest and scariest monsters, who adorned the stage most of the night, whether they were singing […]

This was a night of many surprises… A street performer/karaoke legendary bringing the audience to their knees, then back up again for a standing applause, a shy musical guest making our host blush with stories akin to her namesake, and a DIY film crew being upstaged by a foul-mouthed, crass, horny goblin puppet. When you […]

First off, I am proud to use this post to showcase the first ever FULL EPISODE of “Who’s the Ross?” presented online! While it is not uncut, each guest and segment on the show is represented in nine different video clips, in order of when they were performed that evening. Filmed September 8, 2015 live from Dante’s […]

Show #600 was exactly what I wanted it to be. Such success is a rare thing when celebrating a landmark: expectations are high, ambition makes things too bloated, and the celebration often takes over, muddying the content. (see: getting too drunk) But not this time… this show, we were on point!!! And it was in no […]