My Birthday Party is this Saturday (the 18th of October) at MR and is in celebration of Barack Obama.
Come listen to music (Dave Lowensohn of Speechwriters LLC is playing live and we’ll be closing the evening with a listen to DJ Z-Trip’s pro-Obama mixtape) and party down.
The party will go from 7pm-11pm and Dave will play around 8. MR is at 650 Sacramento St. The event is free, but please donate to Barack!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with an questions.
Disclaimer: I’m writing this on my cell phone because the fabulous folks of www.baracknroll.com agreed to plug the event for me. I will add event and donation links as soon as I get back to a computer!
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