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LA Comedians Support Katrina Relief

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The Woman's Club of Hollywood is sponsoring an event tonight, The Stand-Up Chicks, with proceeds benefiting Hurricane Katrina relief. The line-up of over 10 female comedians features Stephanie Whang, our friend Maia Madison singing "All The Good Men Are Gay," and other quirky and divine tidbits of the LA stand-up scene. This fundraiser, originally intended to help support the college fund of a graduating senior at Hollywood High School, has now been expanded to also send supplies to Katrina disaster victims. One night only.

You can stand up for stand-up tonight at 7 pm at the Woman's Club of Hollywood, 1749 N. La Brea Ave. Tickets are $15 and an additional $2 for drinks. RSVP online at this link or call (323) 876-8383. There is ample free parking behind the Woman's Club, and this also gives you a chance to see one of Hollywood's old institutions from the inside out.