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The Virginia city blends Civil War-era history with new shops and cool restaurants.

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As part of this year’s festival, the comedy duo will host a stand-up show featuring comics W. Kamau Bell, Jacqueline Novak, Nore Davis and Janeane Garofalo.

The theme of this year’s Bentzen Ball comedy festival is, well, themes.

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The news comes several months after chefs José Andrés and Geoffrey Zakarian pulled out of the project.

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