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Tuesday, August 10, 2010
What You Missed: Comedy Below Canal™

As seen in the photo slide above, comedian Rory Scove and the Comedy Below Canal™ crew performed at 92YTribeca last Thursday with Sara Schaefer, Scott Moran, Andy Haynes and Nate Bargatze.

Comedy Below Canal™ returns this Thursday, August 7, with Hari Kondabolu, Joe Mande, Greg Walloch and Musical Guest Corn Mo. When we told a friend that Corn Mo would be there, he was all, “whose Corn Mo?” We were like, wha? In case you aren’t familiar with Corn Mo, you can get familiar below, with video of him performing Never Say Goodbye at the Canal Room.

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