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Guam artists raising money for Japan

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - If you love local music and art, make sure to check out "Guam Artists for Japan" this Sunday at Livehouse in Tumon. Guam artists in conjunction with the Japan Club of Guam will be holding an event to aid in Hapan relief efforts.

Local talents are teaming up to help our Pacific neighbors through a display of visual, performing, and culinary arts. Artwork from Judy Flores, to local tattoo artists will display their pieces with donated pieces to be sold via silent auction with all of the proceeds going directly to the Japan relief effort.

Bands such as Mother Brain and Matala will also be performing, with food being provided by aspiring chefs from the local restaurant industry. The event is from 2pm-8pm and tickets are just $10 and can be purchased in advance or at the door.

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