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COMEDY: Lily Tomlin at Belk Theater 

Sunday, Oct. 24

Lily Tomlin has been making people laugh since her start in the comedy biz in the early 1970s. Famous for her "characters" (a telephone operator called Ernestine and a rowdy 6-year-old known as Edith Ann), Tomlin has consistently dabbled in everything from stand-up to appearances in TV, film and theater. She's got an impressive amount of high-ranking awards (including biggies such as Emmys, a Tony and a Grammy, among others) under her belt. All that and she's still not retired? Correct. Now in her '70s, Tomlin is currently on tour and will stop in at Belk Theater for a performance tonight. $19.50. 7 p.m. Belk Theater, 130 N. Tryon St. 704-372-1000.

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