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COMEDY | Marc Maron 

Some may remember Marc Maron from the last time he was in town, during the 2013 Fringe Festival, where the comedian and acclaimed podcaster headlined several performances. Maron started as a stand-up comic, but attracted a large following several years ago when he started "WTF," an interview and monologue-format podcast known for its gyration between the hilarious and the deeply tragic. But it's all within an unmistakable desire for truth. "To me being a comic meant to be autonomous, angry, truthful, and funny," Maron writes on his website. "It meant having the freedom to figure out and then be who I am in the purest way and to do it shamelessly in front of people, impose it on them and try to blow some minds in the process."

Marc Maron will perform on Friday, March 20, and Saturday, March 21, at the Comedy Club, 2235 Empire Boulevard. 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. $35-$40. thecomedyclub.us; wtfpod.com.

We talked with Maron before his performance at the 2013 Fringe Festival. You can check out the interview from our archives here.

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