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Comedy

For these two 'Un-Conventional' acts, politics is vocal

By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / July 11, 2004

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The theme for Jimmy Tingle's monthlong "Un-Conventional Comedy Convention" is politics, generally left-leaning. But to Barry Crimmins and A. Whitney Brown, the shows are a homecoming of sorts. Crimmins is returning to a Boston scene he helped create 25 years ago as the booker and mastermind behind the Ding Ho comedy club, which launched the careers of Boston comics such ... (Full Article: 630 Words)

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