Comedy Caliente, Latin-American Comedy Show, at Comic Strip Live
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The last date listed for Comedy Caliente was Thursday December 17, 2009 / 8:30pm.
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Comic Strip Live, NYC’s longest running showcase comedy club, presents Comedy Caliente, the city's best Latin-American stand-up comedy show. Strong humor and strong margaritas make this the perfect night out. Always an outstanding lineup and varies from month to month. Check the website at http://www.comicstriplive.com for schedule.
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