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TV Casualty As Black Flag: A Dining Out For Life benefit tonight at Johnny Brenda’s

Last December, it was Minor Threat; tonight, Philly’s TV Casualty will perform as Black Flag. The lineup features Dan Yemin (Paint It Black) Chris Wilson (Ted Leo And The Pharmacists), Andy Nelson (Paint It Black), Atom Goren (Atom & His Package), and Brian Sokel (Franklin); the show “benefits and celebrates the 20th anniversary of Dining Out For Life, which benefits organizations that help treat people with HIV & AIDS.” The bill also features Everything Sucks: A Tribute To The Descendents (featuring members of Armalite, Affirmative Action Jackson, Pink Coffins, The A-Sides, and Yo Man Go!) and The England Belongs To Twee Sound System. The performances begin at 9 p.m.; tickets to the 21+ show are $10.

From the Dining Out For Life Philadelphia website:

On Thursday, April 28, 2011 over 200 restaurants across the Delaware Valley will be participating in what the Philadelphia Inquirer has called “the busiest restaurant night of the year!”. Benefiting thousands of men, women, and children throughout our region. Please visit the participating restaurant page where you can search by location, cuisine type, meal served – even for restaurants taking part in our special “20% Off Tuesday” promotion – details on the promotion are on the Participating Restaurant page – please make you reservations soon and remember to support these amazing restaurants throughout the year, they truly make a difference in your community!

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