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Fruit Paunch, Columbia’s oldest improv comedy group, is having auditions tonight in the Broadway SkyLounge at 8 pm. A few things: Fruit Paunch. Wouldn’t it be fun it it were called Fruit Pun-ch? Meta! And yet, not so! Wouldn’t it also be fun if an equally pun-loving (!) rival comedy troupe formed and called themselves […]

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Bwog passed by these folks last night at around 11:00PM… then 1:00 AM…and then noon…go get the kids cookies or something, being funny for a whole day is hungry work.  

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Fruit Paunch just started its annual 24-hour show on the lawn east of Low Steps, which will continue until 5 p.m. Saturday. Yes, they will be standing there saying funny things, even if no one is there to watch. Go make them feel loved. Oh, and study for finals. Edit 1:16 am After performing a […]

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