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Fooled Again: Comedy is Dead April Fools' Edition

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Not having had enough of April Fool's Day, we hit up the monthly comedy series at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery for some real jokes.

A standing room-only crowd was treated to just that. What began with an almost too-subdued set by Lou Barlow (of Dinosaur Jr. and Sebadoh fame) ended with the rollicking hilarity of Al Madrigal and his band of imaginary cholos, with a solid dose of Sarah Silverman shenanigans in the middle.

Comedy is Dead takes place monthly (more or less) at the Masonic Lodge and features a rotating bill of very funny comedians performing for around 15-20 minutes each. Find out when the next one is at