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IndependentRI.com article, October 2014

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, May 2014

Newport (RI) Daily News article promoting Paul’s appearance at the Newport Winter Festival in February of 2014

Lowell (MA) Sun article
published January of 2014

Northshore Magazine, Fall 2007

Nobody in Boston works harder (or sweats more) than Paul D’Angelo, and nobody examines a subject more thoroughly to find every aspect of its humor. That’s a byproduct of his education – he’s a lawyer, and formerly a prosecutor in the Essex Country District Attorney’s office. Which is why, even though he’s got hours of great stuff, my favorite D’Angelo line was the one he gave to a defense attorney trying to plead for a dismissal for his streetwalking client. She wasn’t really a hooker, the lawyer argued, but just in the wrong place at the wrong time. "I’ll tell you what," D’Angelo said, "If you really believe that, I’ll dismiss the case if you go over there and kiss her on the lips." The defense lawyer accepted a guilty plea.

Weekly News, Friday, June 23, 2006

"If you have never seen D’Angelo perform, you have never seen the best comic in New England and one of the best in the country.

His quickness, wide range of subjects and incredible delivery are nothing short of genius."

Boston Magazine, 1994

"Paul D’Angelo’s "Suck World" routine is hilarious...."

Just a small sample of some of the many newspaper
and magazine articles featuring Paul


featuring Dane Cook

The Boston Herald - Friday, January 18, 2002

After the tragedy of September 11th, 2001 Paul was the first, and only, headlining stand-up comedian in the country who was taking on the Taliban with an entire set-list devoted to addressing the important new issues that were facing our nation Paul donated his services for numerous fundraisers, including performances at benefits for the FDNY; the New York City Police Department; the friends, families and co-workers of the flight crew for American Airlines flight #11 and for the New York City Port Authority and local businesses directly affected by the tragedy, mere blocks from Ground Zero itself... and the response
was overwhelming. TERRORIZE THIS!... Fighting Back With Laughter, Paul's take on the aftermath of 9/11/2001, was written-up by entertainment writer Dean Johnson in the Boston Herald and in the North Shore Sunday, amongst other publications.

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