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Going As He May

Comedian still pursuing success on his own terms

Posted: January 11, 2013 at 2:41 a.m.

Ralphie May spent much of his childhood in Clarksville before leaving high school to pursue a career in comedy. He returns to the area for a pair of shows, one in Fayetteville and one in Fort Smith.
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Ralphie May spent much of his childhood in Clarksville before leaving high school to pursue a career in comedy. He returns to the area for a pair of shows, one in Fayetteville and one in Fort Smith.

Not many people get their start in comedy at the Ramada Inn in Fayetteville.

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Whats Up, Pages 15 on 01/11/2013

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