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Between the endless tide of obnoxious political attack ads and good old-fashioned seasonal affective disorder, we could all benefit from a good chuckle. One More Laugh is here to help with the winter blahs. The show is a throwback to those of comedy-variety past (think Carol Burnett and Friends or the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour), featuring an ever-changing lineup of local comedians and musicians. Catch One More Laugh, hosted by the Improv Trick's Suzanne Roussin, every Tuesday at Lemmon's (5800 Gravois Avenue; 314-481-4812 or www.myspace.com/lemmons) from 9 to 11 p.m. This week's show will feature musicians William Saulsbery and Kevin Siebenaler of Money For Guns and MikG (Michael Gordon) alongside comedians Frankie Chubb, Brandon Stokes, Zack Stovall and “Gene.” Five dollars gets you two hours of entertainment, but drinks and Lemmon's pizza will cost you extra.
Tue., Feb. 7, 2012

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