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Mark Russell Brings Political Satire To UNLV
Mark Russell Brings Political Satire To UNLV

AIR DATE: October 18, 2012

Before there was Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert, there was Mark Russell, who dared to joke and sing about the often absurd political process. Russell retired in 2010, after nearly 60 years of performing, but he'll be back on the stage Wednesday at UNLV, as part of the Barrick Lecture Series.
Mark Russell, political satirist
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    Political Satire is entertaining
    JimOct 15, 2012 13:49:49 PM
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