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Aziz Ansari, Louis CK top NYC comedy fest lineup
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NEW YORK (AP) - Aziz Ansari and Louis CK will be among the more than 150 comedians descending on New York for the city's annual comedy festival.
An announcement Tuesday says top shows at the New York Comedy Festival will include Louis CK at Carnegie Hall, Rosie O'Donnell at Town Hall and Aziz Ansari at the Beacon Theatre.
The five-day festival runs Nov. 3-7. Other notable acts include Adam Carolla, Margaret Cho, Brian Regan, Luis Jimenez and Joel McHale.
It will be the seventh year of the New York Comedy Festival, which was founded by Caroline Hirsch and produced by Carolines on Broadway. It is presented in association with Comedy Central.
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