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Wednesday, Nov 27 2013

Keith Lowell Jensen claims to be a "level 12 atheist." We're not sure what that means, and couldn't find an answer on Google, Bing, or in Webster's Dictionary, but it means enough to Jensen that he named his comedy show Ha Ha Heathens. This isn't Jensen's first anti-deity stunt either. He was featured in a documentary about five comedians with very different religious beliefs titled The Coexist Comedy Tour, and once participated in a religious history quiz in the Bible Belt for the History Channel. Ha Ha Heathens has played before, but tonight's show is special. It's themed for the holidays — a time when non-believers need to stick together — and will be recorded for Jensen's upcoming album Atheist Christmas! Also on the bill are Sacramento's Johnny Taylor, a comedy club circuit regular who has opened for Robin Williams and Bobcat Goldthwait, and the masterfully sarcastic Ivan Hernandez. Happy Ha Ha Holidays, indeed.

Tue., Dec. 10, 8 p.m., 2013

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