Paula Poundstone on Comedy, NPR’s “Wait Wait” And the Warner

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For starters, there is The Voice: the trumpet-like clarity, throaty laugh and splayed-out Boston vowels, with a steady drip of sardonic delivery. The quick wit and bubbling warmth clinch the deal. This can only be the inimitable comic Paula Poundstone, who performs at the Warner this weekend.

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