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Boston Comedy Festival

Festival is happy helping rising stars

By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / October 5, 2007

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For the past eight years, Boston Comedy Festival co-founder Jim McCue has thrown everything he can think of into the festival to see what sticks. The first year, he started with a $500 budget and a handful of shows in midsummer, then expanded to include every club in town. That meant driving from Cambridge to Dorchester and then trying to ... (Full article: 858 words)

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