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They Make It Look Easy 

Wednesday, Jul 23 2008
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So Will Franken walks into a bar. No, really! At Comedy Speakeasy, that actually happened, when the weekly showcase featured the much-laughed-at actor/comedian in his last San Francisco show before he winged it off to NYC. Thus, Will Franken no longer walks into this particular bar, but you can. So can a lot of other funny people, some of whom are local-famous hotshots, and some of whom are nervous, exhilarated newbies. Additional alums include Brent Weinbach, Kevin Camia, and Robert Mac.
Tue., Aug. 5, 7 p.m., 2008

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