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Tonight: Comedian Jackie Kashian Comes to Monkey Pants Bar in Tempe

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Monkey Pants Bar and Grill's Thursday night comedy event will feature Jackie Kashian, a comedian who has toured with Maria Bamford, performed on NPR's This American Life, and does a podcast called The Dork Forest.

The show will feature local comedians Teddy Bearskovich, Anthony Desamito, and S&M Comedy Podcast hosts Jamie Sanderson and Steve Marek. See also: - Alex Lemoine on Being the Valley's Youngest Stand-Up Comic and How High School Has Provided Plenty of Material - NBC "Close" to Signing Deal with Two New Comics for SNL -- Including Phoenix's Aidy Bryant - Comedian Alex Koll on Greek Mythology, Air Guitar, and His Upcoming Show at Space 55

Marek and Sanderson interviewed Kashian on their podcast which is updated bi-weekly and available on iTunes.

You'll be able to check her and other local comics out $5. (Tickets are available at the door). Monkey Pants Bar and Grill runs this event every Thursday, so if you like the vibe it'll probably be pretty good the next time around.

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