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You Can Help: A Family-Friendly Canned Food Drive Party
  • You Can Help: A Family-Friendly Canned Food Drive Party

[GOOD CAUSE] + THU., DEC. 21

Top-tier DJs, soup and interactive Andy Warhol exhibits convene tonight at Spirit for You Can Help: A Family-Friendly Canned Food Drive Party. Grab some non-perishables from your cabinet, throw in a few bucks, and enjoy a night of tunes from Pandemic Pete, Arie Cole, Jesley Snipes and Keebs. Channeling the art and spirit of Warhol, who often volunteered in soup kitchens, recreations of some of his iconic works will be scattered throughout the space, including a Silver Cloud Room and stacks of Brillo boxes. All proceeds go to Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank. Plus, donating a can of food at the entrance lands you a free PBR.


6 p.m.
242 51st St., Lawrenceville.
$5 for adults, kids free.
All ages 6-9 p.m.; 21 and over after 9 p.m.
www.spiritpgh.com





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