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Recession Obsession: Live Comedy

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The Official Recession has enveloped us for sixteen official months. It’s still no reason we can’t enjoy life. This is LA -- we have a ton of inexpensive options! A Recession Obsession is truly fantastic, regardless of whether times are good or you're unemployed. We last obsessed over the sweet baked goods at the panderia, and El Salvador’s pupusas. Today, we obsess over...

Many LAist Recession Obsessions have been meals which are downright world class, and cost less than an appetizer at a boutique hotel's pool bar. After all, these sour economic times are good for stuffing feelings with food. Not only does LA feature such wallet-friendly grub, but there are many high-quality, low-cost things to do.

Thanks to our city’s large creative community there is a wealth of comedy. You can see big stars taking risks for local audiences or catch lesser-known comedians adventuring through both standup and improv. That’s why Live Comedy is LAist’s latest Recession Obsession.