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A legacy of laughs

A Ding Ho reunion stirs memories of Boston's spiciest comedy

By Katie Johnston Chase
Globe Staff / November 26, 2004

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At the Ding Ho, the comedians made the drinks and answered the phone and mopped the floors. They also put on four shows a night six nights a week on two stages in this Cambridge Chinese restaurant, attracting packed houses with rapid-fire humor that was coarse, smart, imaginative, and dripping with working-class Boston flavor. The club was dark and dingy, ... (Full article: 1255 words)

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