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Denis Leary out in New York for Michael J. Fox

Mike Coppola

Worcester’s Denis Leary joined his former “Rescue Me” costar and fellow hockey fan Michael J. Fox at “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson’s” benefit at the Waldorf-
Astoria Saturday. Leary (near right, with Fox) was also out in New York Friday night to talk to NBC’s Kate Snow at the Paley Center for Media about his classic holiday song, “Merry [expletive] Christmas.” The night was cosponsored by the New York Comedy Festival.

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