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Comedians find ways to keep laughter alive with clubs closed

The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped comedians from trying to make people laugh – even if it means broadcasting from their front lawn. But like millions of their fellow Americans, many comedians are hurting as their main source of income, comedy clubs, have been shut down. Inside Edition caught up with veteran comedians Rich Vos, Bob Levy, Vic Dibetetto and Vinnie Brand, who owns The Stress Factory comedy club in New Jersey, to discuss what it’s like to lose their audiences.

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