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Take Sound Bites for D.C. Central Kitchen: Music Food Social Change

Posted by Katina on May 22, 2010 at 2:20 am

What could be better than an springtime indoor-outdoor music benefit for social change? An indoor-outdoor music benefit for social change that features great food! This Sunday, May 23rd, the 9:30 club presents the Sound Bites benefit.

The details: May 23, 2010 at the 9:30 club, doors open at 5 pm – tickets are $30

Music: WILL EASTMAN • U.S. ROYALTY • FATBACK DJs • BLUEBRAIN • MIDNIGHT KIDS • BEAUTIFUL SWIMMERS With free samples from area restaurants including:
BGR the Burger Joint • Busboys and Poets • ChurchKey • CommonWealth Gastropub • Cork • EatBar • Fresh Start Catering • Harry’s Tap Room • Indique • Jaleo • Maddy’s Bar & Grill • Marvin • Masa 14 • Mie N Yu • Radius Pizza • Sâuçá • Taylor Gourmet • Zola Kitchen and Wine Bar

The Cause: DC Central Kitchen

The DC Central Kitchen is a cornerstone of anti-poverty efforts in the District of Columbia. Founded in 1989, the Kitchen believes that “when fighting poverty, one must fight to win by using every resource available.” By day the organization is a community kitchen, recycling food that would otherwise go to waste in the DC metropolitan area. They also a valuable source of job training opportunities. To learn more about the DC Central Kitchen, visit their website or watch this video.

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