Boston’s Seaport District is about to get a sense of humor. The up-and-coming neighborhood boasts an array of corporate offices, restaurants, and residential options. But when John Tobin, booker of Nick’s Comedy Stop, and Chet Harding and Norm Laviolette, co-founders of Improv Asylum, took a walk around the place a year ago, they found one amenity lacking: entertainment. They intend to rectify that by the spring, when they expect to open a stand-alone comedy club, Laugh Boston, at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel.
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