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Conan O’Brien talks comedy at Kennedy Library

Conan O’Brien discussed his life in comedy at the JFK Library.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Conan O’Brien discussed his life in comedy at the JFK Library.

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Boston Globe film critic Wesley Morris, who won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism last month, quizzed Brookline-bred late-night guy Conan O’Brien about comedy at the John F. Kennedy Library on Thursday evening. O’Brien is on the board of directors for the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and has signed on to be the honorary chair of the foundation’s New Frontier Network, which promotes civic engagement to young people. O’Brien has been in town for much of the week because of “The Cable Show” at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

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