Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert: The 10/30 rally
Full coverage of the 'Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear' in D.C.
Blogger interviews attendees and learns one need not be a follower to exercise one's right to assemble.
- Photos: Costumes and commentary on the Mall
- User photos: Share your rally experience
- Recap: 'If we amplify everything, we hear nothing'
- CBS crowd estimate: 215,000 | Photos
- Video: Highlights | Stewart's closing remarks
- Quiz: Are you a Stewart or a Colbert person?
- Photos: Funnymen to cultural forces | D.C. show
Washington Post TV columnist Lisa de Moraes did live analysis of the Stewart-Colbert rally.
Stewart fans, Colbert fans, tea-partyers and even serious supporters of a move to a more moderate America came to the Mall Saturday.
10/30 rally on Twitter
Stewart and Colbert compare the crowd's support for sanity vs. fear.
Burning Man group reconstructs giant dragon atop a school bus in Washington D.C. for the rally.
About the event
'Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear'
What was it? A demonstration hosted by Comedy Central personalities Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert in Washington D.C. on Oct. 30. It was widely viewed as a satirical response to the "Restoring Honor" rally hosted by conservative commentator Glenn Beck on Aug. 28.
When was it? Oct. 30, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Where was it? East Seaton Park and Henry Park, between 3rd and 7th streets NW on the Mall. | See map
Who was there? Stewart, Colbert, Sheryl Crow, John Legend, The Roots, R2D2, Sam Waterson, Jeff Tweedy, Mavis Staples, Kid Rock, Yusuf Islam, Ozzy Osbourne, Father Guido Sarducci, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, The O'Jays and Tony Bennett.