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Around Town: David Naster's Funny Business
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TitleAround Town: David Naster's Funny Business
AbstractPhoto and biographical article about David Naster, referred to as "Kansas City's king of comedy" and "Kansas City's best-known comic, a high-energy comedian who's performed for ten years on local stages and radio shows." Also "the father of Kansas City comedy clubs," co-founding the Stanford's Comedy House (also called Stanford & Sons Restaurant and Comedy House) in the 1980s and giving "comedians Louis Anderson and Sinbad, among others, their starts there."
AuthorAnn Wylie
DateJuly//1991
SourceIngram's
Locationq330.9778 O948
Volume17
Number7
Page3-14
Local SubjectNaster, David
Comedy Clubs
Comedians
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID115880
CONTENTdm number17073
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