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Monday, November 17, 2014

Margaret Cho in San Francisco, Busking for a Good Cause

Posted By on Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 8:07 AM

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Starting today at noon, Margaret Cho will being an approximate month-long busking tour of San Francisco. She'll tweet the location of her street-performance intersection the day preceding her appearance; today, she'll be at Haight and Ashbury.

The comedian/actress/singer-songwriter is partaking in busking on San Francisco streets to raise money for the homeless, as well as gather donations: food and clothing.

So gather up some money, grab that old coat you never wear anymore and head down to the Haight. And you never know who else you may see; she's encouraged other comedians/musicians/etc to perform as well.


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