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Tonight at the Standard (Hollywood), you can support The Displacements project all while enjoying good music and some fine alcoholic beverages. Displacements and Suba Ude both are working with displaced peoples still living in the post-tsunami destruction of Sri Lanka. This project and benefit is specifically focused on Sri Lankan youth programs. KCRW's Liza Richardson and The Postal Services' Jimmy Tamborello (also of LA's own dublab.com) will be on the decks spinning records while a silent auction featuring some very nice goodies will be going on. Entry is $20 and the party runs from 8 PM to 2 AM.