Former Chicago comic Kyle Kinane to help close Lincoln Lodge

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Nationally headlining comedian and Addison native Kyle Kinane, who got his start playing comedy clubs in Chicago, confirmed Friday that he’ll do the “last show ever” at the Lincoln Lodge comedy club Saturday, Dec. 28. Currently, he’s scheduled to go on around 10:15 p.m.

The Lodge has long been located in the back room of the Lincoln Restaurant (4008 N. Lincoln), which is set to close at the end of this year. It’s also one of several joints where Kinane (among many other now-known names such as T.J. Miller) cut his teeth before leaving town a decade ago.

In addition to his standup, Kinane is the official voice of Comedy Central. Also, he vomited while shooting an episode of the Comedy Central show “Drunk History.”

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